Tis the season of seed starting (well, at least, ordering) and pruning. Host Glen Andresen and guest Jim Gilbert have compiled a list of local and national seed suppliers worthy of your attention (and they are listed below). And we have tips on how to make the first (and subseqent) cuts on a dormant fruit tree. We also discuss watering wands (and to a lesser extent, hoses). We'd like to hear from you if you have a favorite type of watering wand or hose.
As always, we'll have a new Plant of the Month (olives). And a reminder, the Garden Stumper is back! The winner gets a free sharpening of a hand tool from Cully Farm Store in Northeast Portland! Plus, our Dirtbag Dictionary term is auxin. And, of course, what's annoying Glen this month.
Don't forget, if you have a gardening question, or the answer to the Garden Stumper, you can email us at email@example.com -- we'll answer your question on the air during the next show!
The Dirtbag... Listen. Laugh. Learn.
Seed Research for Pacific Northwest Gardeners
Culinary Breeding Network www.culinarybreedingnetwork.com
Open Source Seeds www.osseeds.org
Nichols Garden Nursery www.nicholsgardennursery.com
Territorial Seed Co. www.territorialseed.com
Fedco Seeds www.fedcoseeds.com
One Green World www.onegreenworld.com
Burnt Ridge Nursery & Orchards www.burntridgenursery.com
Raintree Nursery www.raintreenursery.com