Virginia Home Grown
In the season finale of Virginia Home Grown, Peggy Singlemann visits with Truetimber Arborists Jim Licklider to talk about Air Spading, using a construction compressor to blow dirt away from tree roots to aid in the search for girdling roots, disease and other problems.
Each month Virginia Home Grown gets questions we're unable to answer during the show. Here are a few that came in during our early October episode answered by our Host, Peggy Singlemann and guest Amy Wildermann of RVA's Urban Farm.
Each month Virginia Home Grown gets questions we're unable to answer during the show. Here are a few that came in during our September episode answered by our Host, Peggy Singlemann.
Due to an overabundance of rain, many gardeners are tackling overgrown areas and vowing to “reorganize”…next year. Most gardeners simply run out of room, then are faced with tough plant selection choices. With space always at a premium, consider using a fence or a blank wall to espalier a new tree, shrub or climbing rose against.
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