Wisconsin Gardener Segments tagged as Four Seasons
Grow orchids as a respite to the winter blues. John Mather, greenhouse manager for the UW-Madison Department of Horticulture explains how.
Explore the wide selection of trees and shrubs that create beautiful colors in the fall.
Join UW-Madison Arboretum Naturalist Ken Wood to learn about trees and shrubs that bear fruit in the fall.
Attract birds to your winter garden. UW-Extension Wildlife Ecologist Scott Craven tells us how.
Tour Olbrich Botanical Gardens in Madison with Jeff Epping to learn which plants will provide some visual interest in your garden in the winter time.
Force bulbs such as tulips and daffodils to bloom in the dead of winter. Karen Johannsen from Johannsen's Greenhouse in Madison shares her secrets. Topics include bulbs, pots, the ideal storage temperature and which bulbs can be transplanted into the ground.
Landscape manager Mark Dwyer takes viewers on a tour of Rotary Gardens in Janesville as it blooms in early spring. He suggests some reliable spring bloomers that can brighten the season, including blubs, and some underused trees and shrubs.
From inside the Thai Pavilion at Olbrich Gardens in Madison, Jeff Epping explains how to create a hardy tropical garden in Wisconsin backyards.
John Gishnock of Broadhead's Applied Ecological Services explains how rain gardens decrease water run-off. He shows viewers how to create and maintain the native plant-populated gardens then create beauty in all four seasons.
Celebrate harvest traditions by learning how to create a fall wreath at Monches Farm. Floral designer Johanna Klecker shows how to bring a little bit of the outdoors in even when the weather cools.