Vermont Garden Journal

Vermont Garden Journal

From Vermont Public Radio

The Vermont Garden Journal is hosted by horticulturalist Charlie Nardozzi and focuses on a topic that's relevant to both new and experienced gardeners, including pruning lilac bushes, growing blight-free tomatoes, groundcovers, sunflowers, bulbs, pests and more.More from Vermont Garden Journal »

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Vermont Garden Journal: How To Rid Your Garden Of Flea Beetles

As the weather warms up, plants are popping out of the ground and so are the insects.

Vermont Garden Journal: A DIY Flower Basket Perfect For Mother's Day

It's Mother's Day and what better gift to give mom than a flower basket for her garden or patio.

Vermont Garden Journal: The Wide Variety Of Mint

This common perennial herb is known for its many medicinal and culinary uses. And since it's almost Kentucky Derby time, I'm talking about mint!

Vermont Garden Journal: The Many Colors Of Foliaged Perennials

Different colored foliaged perennials have become very popular. Silver is a color that is often overlooked which I like for brightening dark areas and adding contrast.

Vermont Garden Journal: Pro Tips For Raised Bed Gardening

Looking around yards in Vermont, it's clear that raised bed gardening is quite popular. That said, I've put together some tips on building raised beds.

Vermont Garden Journal: The Best Variety Of Lavender For Vermont Gardens

Lavender is a beautiful plant in the landscape with gray-green leaves and sweet-scented, colorful flowers. There's nothing like viewing and smelling a field of lavender in bloom.

Vermont Garden Journal: The Best Variety Of Lavender For Vermont Gardens

Vermont Garden Journal: A Hardy Perennial For A Shady Garden

If you're looking for a tough plant to grow in your shade garden with Hostas and Hellebores, look no further than Astilbe.

Vermont Garden Journal: Earthworm V. Snake Worm

Earthworms are generally thought of as a sign of a healthy garden. But that's not the whole story.

Vermont Garden Journal: For The Love Of Beets

The beet is a popular root crop originating in North Africa. The root gained popularity in Europe first for its greens then for its root, which can be red, white, yellow or even striped. Some love it, while others loathe it.

Vermont Garden Journal: A Shamrock Substitute For St. Patrick's Day

There are many plants associated with St. Patrick's Day. The most popular is the Shamrock which is a type of clover. Since clover isn't growing yet, a suitable substitute is the Oxalis plant.

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