Martha Stewart Living Radio: The Radio Blog

Entries from the ‘Gardening’ Category

Container Gardening Ideas

Posted by

With our old friend Ken Selody, owner of the great retail nursery Atlock Farm in Somerset, N.J., and a regular guest on Martha’s television show, we got ready [&hellip…

The Case for Shrubs

Posted by

Andrew declared it to be Shrub Day on “Homegrown” this week, making the case that we should all be sure to put aside some of our gardening budget [&hellip…

Happy Spring!

Posted by

It was a pleasure–finally!–to welcome spring officially on this week’s “Homegrown” program.  The vernal equinox, one of just two days each year when the day and night length [&hellip…

Rejuvenating Rhodies Etc.

Posted by

On the March 7 edition of our “Homegrown” radio program on Sirius channel 112,  the subject was shrubs: great ones for the garden, and what to do when [&hellip…

Good Ol’ Boy Hostas, Hot Peppers, & Birds

Posted by

Today’s show covered a lot of ground, and Andrew and I were happy to hear from so many of you who shared your “urgent gardening questions” (as my [&hellip…

The Incredible Peony

Posted by

One of our most beloved gardening friends, Roy Klehm of Klehm’s Song Sparrow Farm (www.songsparrow.com), joined us today and demystified growing tree peonies and herbaceous peonies — the [&hellip…

One Potato, Two Potatoes

Posted by

Seed Month, which Andrew proclaimed for January at the New Year on “Homegrown”, is winding down…though we both expect the topic will come up again and again (as [&hellip…

Sweet Peas and Other Old-Time Beauties

Posted by

Though we’ve been talking a lot about vegetable-growing during seed month all January long, Andrew and I are flower people, too. Today we invited Marilyn Barlow of Select [&hellip…