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Program Information
August 2014

 

Air Dates:  8/7 & 8/10 | 8/28 & 8/31
Monthly Program Listing

Episode 2306 
Airs 8/7/14 and 8/10/14

Sheri Gramer visits Stoney Creek Farm in Franklin where the growing season brings corn, tomatoes and okra on this U-Pick-It.  Jeff Poppen explains and demonstrates how deep plowing keeps moisture available for the crops year round with no irrigation. Troy Marden tours the expansive gardens of an ornamental plant collector.  Julie Berbiglia learns about a way to recycle or trade horticulture weight plastic.

Sheri's segment was in conjunction with Stoney Creek Farm
www.stoneycreekfarmtennessee.com
4700 Coe Lane
Franklin, TN 37064
615.591.0015

Troy's segment was taped in conjunction with Allen Bush.  Plants featured were
Gladiolus gandavensis 'Boone'
Seseli gummiferum (moon carrot)
Stachys 'Silky Fleece' available at Jelitto.com
Chasmanthium latifolium (northern sea oats)
Sporabolus (dropseed, rushgrass)

Julie's segment was in conjunction with Gardens of Babylon Garden Center
900 Rosa L Parks Blvd #101
Nashville, TN 37208
615.244.8949

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Episode 2309
Airs 8/28/14 and 8/31/14

On this Volunteer Gardener, herbs have been used for centuries to ease ailments and promote well-being.  We'll visit Lisa's Greenhouse that specializes in medicinal herbs, and native plants.  Plus, we meet a backyard gardener who utilizes tried and true methods for growing blueberries, blackberries and strawberries, all with success.

Sheri's segment was done in conjunction with Lisa's Greenhouse and Gardens
www.pipsissherbs.biz
450 Davidson Chapel Lane
Bloomington Springs TN 38545-7075
931.653.4402
Plants featured:
Pycnantheum virginanum (mountain mint)
Lycopus virginicus (bugleweed)
Eutrochium purpureum (Joe Pye weed)
Hypericum prolificum (St. John's wort)
Althea officinalis (marshmallow)
Angelica archangelica
Arctium lappa (common burdock)
Artemisia annua (sweet Annie)
Dispacus sylvesiris (wild teasel)
Oenothera speciosa (showy evening primrose)
Oenothera macrocarpa (Missouri evening primrose)
Monarda didyma (beebalm, scarlet monarda, bergamot)
Achillea millefolium (common yarrow)
Pycanthemum incanum (Cherokee sweat mint, hillside mint)

Julie's segment was done in conjunction with Jim Semmens.  He stated that he has learned gardening from a variety of readily available resources in Davidson County Tennessee.
Davidson County Master Gardeners
www.mgofdc.org
www.dcmg.org

University of Tennessee Agricultural Extension, Davidson County
https://extension.tennessee.edu/davidson/Pages/default.aspx

All New Square Foot Gardening by Mel Bartholomew, second edition. He has also authored Square Foot Gardening Answer Book.

Jeff Poppen, the barefoot farmer is found at www.barefootfarmer.com

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