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#93 – Growing Hydrangeas as Cut Flowers

#93 – Growing Hydrangeas as Cut Flowers

Looking for big, beautiful flowers to fill up your summer bouquets? Wondering how to grow, harvest, and store hydrangeas to ensure a long vase life and prevent wilting? Today, Lisa and Layne discuss the ins and outs of growing hydrangeas as cut flowers. They cover why...
#92 – 5 Common Cockscomb Questions

#92 – 5 Common Cockscomb Questions

Frustrated by cockscomb plants blooming on short stems? Confused by conflicting information about whether or not you should pinch your plants? Today, Lisa and Layne discuss five of the most common cockscomb (Celosia argentea cristata) questions. They cover pinching,...
#91 – All About Flower Support Netting

#91 – All About Flower Support Netting

Wondering whether or not you should bother netting your flowers? Curious about when to install support netting, what height to place it at, and the most efficient and effective way to install it? Today, Lisa and Layne discuss the ins and outs of flower support...
#88 – Growing Peonies as Cut Flowers

#88 – Growing Peonies as Cut Flowers

Searching for the perfect focal flower to star in your spring bouquets? Wondering how to grow, harvest, and store peonies to ensure loads of luscious blooms with the longest possible vase life? Today, Lisa and Layne discuss the ins and outs of growing herbaceous...
#87 – Cover Crop Basics

#87 – Cover Crop Basics

Looking for ways to suppress weeds and improve your soil? Wondering what cover crops are and if you should incorporate them into your farm or garden? Today, Lisa and Layne discuss the ins and outs of cover cropping. They cover what cover crop is and why it is used,...
#85 – Warm-Season Planting Checklist

#85 – Warm-Season Planting Checklist

Looking forward to a flower-filled garden all summer long? Wondering when to plant, and how to adjust your grow room to provide the optimal environment for warm-season seeds and seedlings? Today, Lisa and Layne discuss their checklist of key items to keep in mind when...
#79 – Early Sunflower Checklist

#79 – Early Sunflower Checklist

Would you like to have sunflowers blooming as early as possible in your growing season? Wondering what steps you should take to make that happen and which varieties to choose? Today, Lisa and Layne discuss a checklist of key items to keep in mind when planting...
#78 – Grow Light FAQs

#78 – Grow Light FAQs

Wondering how far above seedlings to place your grow lights? If a seed needs light to germinate, should your trays be under grow lights from the moment you sow the seeds? Today, Lisa and Layne discuss some of the most frequently asked questions about grow lights. They...
#77 – Growing Hellebores as Cut Flowers

#77 – Growing Hellebores as Cut Flowers

Looking for an early-blooming, low-maintenance perennial that thrives in the shade? Wondering if hellebores can be used as cut flowers and, if so, when to harvest to prevent wilting? Today, Lisa and Layne discuss tips and tricks for growing and harvesting hellebores....
#76 – Soil Blocking Mix FAQs

#76 – Soil Blocking Mix FAQs

Wondering how soil blocking mix differs from regular seed starting mix? Confused about how wet your soil mixture should be or why you are having issues ejecting your blocks? Today, Lisa and Layne discuss some of the most frequently asked questions about soil blocking...
#74 – Soil Blocking FAQs

#74 – Soil Blocking FAQs

Looking for an efficient seed-starting method that allows you to maximize your indoor growing space? Wondering what soil blocking is and whether or not it is right for you? Today, Lisa and Layne discuss some of the most frequently asked questions about soil blocking....
#71 – Seed Organization Tips

#71 – Seed Organization Tips

Has the turn of the year inspired you to get organized? Wondering the best ways to categorize your seeds for easy access and efficiency? Today, Lisa and Layne discuss some helpful tips and considerations to keep in mind when organizing your seeds. They cover...