GLT's Grow From controlling critters to whacking weeds to finding just the right plant for your plot, GLT's Grow is your source for sage gardening advice and down-to-earth tips. Host Patrick Murphy and co-host Laura Kennedy are ready to take on all your gardening questions, so submit yours today. Let GLT help your garden Grow!
GLT's Grow

GLT's Grow

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From controlling critters to whacking weeds to finding just the right plant for your plot, GLT's Grow is your source for sage gardening advice and down-to-earth tips. Host Patrick Murphy and co-host Laura Kennedy are ready to take on all your gardening questions, so submit yours today. Let GLT help your garden Grow!More from GLT's Grow »

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GLT's Grow: Don't Hate The Thatch

Your grass may not be alone. Underneath, there may be thatch lurking. But that may not be a bad thing. Thatch is the build up of old grass roots and rhizomes. Warm climate grasses such as zoysia, Bermuda and buffalo grasses can produce thatch at a reasonably fast rate and may need to be dethatched more often. Cool season grass, like our old friend, bluegrass, produce thatch more slowly. So let's not freak out about thatch. Thatch that's not too think can be helpful. It can keep soil cool, slow

GLT's Grow: Great Bulbs For Spectacular Results

In the midst of autumn, it's a great time to prepare for spring and ensure that your landscape is a stunning site with an array of colorful bulbs.

GLT's Grow: To Rake Or Not To Rake

As your trees leave you the gift of autumn leaves, you're faced with that age old question: Should I rake or not?

GLT's Grow: The Science Of Fall Color

As the days get cooler and shorter, nature puts on a gorgeous display of color as the leaves change — red, yellow, orange and, yes, even brown. In the fall, the trees show you their REAL color. Leaves are green due to chlorophyll and photosynthesis. But when the production of chlorophyll slows and then stops as the season begins to change, then the chlorophyll disappears completely and VOILA! We see the leaves in their true glory. A number of things factor into the change to fall colors.

GLT's Grow: Edible Landscaping

There's an exciting new trend in gardening that's as beautiful as it is delicious.

GLT's Grow: Yard Decor Tips

It's fun adding decor to our gardens. But go too far and you'll end up in tacky territory.

GLT's Grow: Pond Management

Ponds on our property can add beauty and value. They can also add to our to-do list.

GLT's Grow: Making Wildlife Welcome

Right now is a great time to prepare our yards for the wildlife that will stop by in the snowy months ahead.

GLT's Grow: Autumn Yard To-Do List

Fall brings us the opportunity to enjoy milder weather, which makes working in the yard that much more fun!

GLT's Grow: Make Your Own Melon Patch

One of the joys of summer is biting into fresh melon. It can taste better still when you grow the melon yourself. Patrick Murphy has some advice. Melons are members of the cucurbit family. They love warm soil, warm weather and lots of water. Watermelons want a fast draining soil. Other cucurbits like pumpkins aren't so fussy about the soil. If you're going to grow different types of melons in the same patch, keep them apart in different rows. Plant your seeds right in the soil once the threat of

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