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.
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.
Winter is a great time of year to evaluate shrubs, trees, hedges, and foundation plantings for any needed pruning. But for spring-flowering plants, it's best to wait.
While the pace of things in the garden is slow, it's a good time to clean-up and repair tools and tuck plants in for cooler, wetter weather.
Rather than sending it to the landfill, you can easily recycle the seasonal confetti as mulch or compost.
Cool season bedding plants thrive in the mild days and chilly nights during the fall, winter, and spring in Louisiana.
Hedges, created by planting a row of bushes or small trees, provide privacy, screening, and a backdrop for beds of colorful flowers.
There are few spring flowering bulbs that can surpass the stately beauty of the amaryllis. Typically blooming in April in Louisiana, this popular bulb is a star performer in the spring garden.