As we wrap up Season 16 of Virginia Home Grown, host Peggy Singlemann travels down the James River to Carrollton, Virginia for a glimpse at a private “gardener’s paradise” and gets some tips from Bill & Linda Pinkham about Landscape Design.
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Host Peggy Singlemann travels to Gloucester, VA to talk with Becky Heath about chemical-free gardening at Brent and Becky’s Bulbs. Brent Heath will be in the live portion of the show to talk about growing bulbs.
In the first half of our show, Peggy Singlemann (host) explores how we can be kinder to ourselves as gardeners as we use our tools in the garden.
On every episode of Virginia Home Grown, host Peggy Singlemann and co-host John Thompson answer viewer questions sent in through email, phone calls, and social media. Viewers love to ask how to start, maintain, and grow their garden. Here are Peggy's top five resources to help do just that!
Tune into a new episode of Virginia Home Grown April, 26 at 8 pm to see more gardening questions answered on the show.
George Cowart, Horticulture Manager, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, talks with Peggy about planting early, middle and late-blooming plants & dealing with cold-damage.
Doug Coleman, Biologist and Executive Director of The Nature Foundation at Wintergreen, speaks with John Thompson about native plants.
The 16th season of Virginia Home Grown premieres Tuesday, March 29 with the show’s new host Peggy Singlemann. Peggy is joined by John Thompson, another familiar face to Virginia Home Grown fans from the show’s “Plant of the Month” segment. John works for Virginia Cooperative Extension in Fluvanna County serving as Extension Agent for Agricultural and Natural Resources. Both Peggy and John are experts in their field and bring valuable gardening tips and tricks to the series.