Finding a Farmer's Market
If you'd like to talk
personally to the person who harvested the corn, picked the tomatoes or
packed the parsley you eat, there is no better place than a local
farmer's market. Several have sprung up in recent years, both intown
and in the suburbs. I've
collected a big list - make plans to visit and be sure to bring the
Listen this Saturday at 9:00 a.m. and I'll give you more information
about vegetable gardening.
| Come see me in this weekend!
Come see me this weekend! I'll join Theresa Schrum and Bruce Holliday
for a live radio broadcast this Saturday at the Toco
Hill Pike Family Nursery on LaVista Rd. On May 12 we'll be at
Champion Windows and Patio Rooms for a morning of garden radio
Listen Saturday morning 6:00 a.m. before you start working in your yard
to learn more about lawn care!
Watch me on "Gardening in
Georgia" this week - I'll talk about growing ferns and peaches.
Q: Is it possible to have a
benign relationship with thorny elaeagnus? I love the scent of the
flowers, but that pleasure is more than offset by yearly pruning. - Dan
| Q: Our pin oak
has some kind of bug or fungus growing on it. Can you please identify?
- Debbie and Charles P.
| Q: I am trying to find the
correct name for the tiny wild iris that grow in the north Georgia
mountains. Can you help?
- Owen L.
No matter which grass, your turf will look its
best if you follow a calendar of maintenance tasks. Download
your lawn calendar here