Season 6 - Garden Connections
Springtime Pruning and Bee Pollination
On this episode, Rick Pleggenkuhle helps us make the right cuts when pruning our plants in the spring. Andrew Pruett shows us why bees are important friends in the garden. And, of course, Chef Stephen Larson brings us his tasty take on spring garden produce -- this time it's Belgian Endive.
Micro-greens and Sustainable Foods
Growing Asparagus and Soil Quality
Growing Mint and Using Low Tunnels
Hydroponic Gardening and Diagnosing Plant Problems
Native Plants & Labyrinth
On this episode we learn about native plants, visit a labyrinth garden and get a recipe from Chef Larson.
On this episode we visit 2 different gardens. One from the Rochester Garden Tour and Silver Bee Farm which is a working market garden. Chef Larson will also give us a recipe for fried red tomatoes.
Fairy Garden and Hops
On this episode we learn how to make a fairy garden and grow hops for home brewing.
Organic/ Blue Fruit Farm
On this episode Organic farms are explained as we visit Blue Fruit Farm.
Elderberry Wine Making & Oronoco Garden
On this episode, we learn about growing elderberries and making wine from them. Also we visit an Oronoco, MN garden with a large pond.
Minnesota Nuts and the Pepperfield Project
On this episode we learn, after the development process of 30 years, how nuts are grown in Minnesota. Then we visit the Pepperfield Project in Decorah, IA
Permaculture Gardening and Gardening in Small Spaces
On this episode we learn what permaculture is and also how to do gardening in smaller spaces.