From selecting the right plants to proper watering techniques and dealing with pests, host Dan Gill delivers the information you need to garden successfully in Louisiana's unique climate.
So far, this has been a relatively mild winter, as a result many of the tropical plants in our landscape get really big by July.
Plants get essential nutrients from the soil, but if they're in short supply fertilizer is the supplement.
Yellow leaves and leaf drops are a rather ambiguous symptom in plants. A range of problems and normal cycles cause it.
Now's the time to do it. The cool winter months are the best to plant trees.
Lawns are still dormant now, so don't judge them too harshly. But you can tend to areas where grass has died out completely.
Likely, there's no better loved flower than the rose. If you're thinking of planting some, now is a great time to do it.
The rain brings out the snails and slugs. Dan Gill explains how to trap them in your garden.
While you're singing, "Rain, Rain, Go Away," your plants are too.
It's not soil or fertilizer that sustains plants, it's sunlight.
After the holidays, poinsettias and Christmas cactuses can still have life.