Wisconsin Gardener Segments tagged as Garden Design
Mark Dwyer from Rotary Gardens in Janesville offers wonderful ideas for garden beds focusing on color and texture.
Make beautiful concrete leaf sculptures with host Shelley Ryan and David Calhoon of Swanstone Gardens in Green Bay. Calhoon shows that it's easy for all!
Horticulturist Christian Harper teaches Shelley Ryan how to use a soil probe to plant blubs. The probe makes it easy to plant through turf or meadow without crawling on the ground.
Avant Gardening's Liza Litefoot, originally from South Africa, shows how simple it is to construct a small water feature for the yard, patio or garden.
Visit Vic Wayland and Ted Stresemann's truly secret garden. Tucked into a busy Madison neighborhood is a garden that includes an English-themed respite for the homeowners. The pair also has fashioned a Japanese moss garden and installed a number of water features.
Lake Geneva's Barbara Barren is an experienced gardener who teaches viewers about the importance of proper bed placement, planning and preparation.
Susan Churchill discusses how she designed her garden to research the culinary and medicinal uses of herbs. Churchill teaches the basics about herbs for cooking and blending teas.
In Mt. Horeb, rock gardening enthusiast Ed Glover shows how to create a lightweight container that looks like it's made from solid rock. They are durable, lightweight and more practical than real stone.
At Northwind Perennial Farm in Lake Geneva, Roy Diblick is an advocate of successful gardening through plant communities and plant relationships. Find out how it all works and get tips on how to garden according to personal time commitments.
Jan Wos, owner of Mayflower Greenhouse in Green Bay, demonstrates how to create a picture frame garden and paint with plants.