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Northern Gardening

Northern Gardening

  • 2nd Thursday 7-8pm
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News & Information

Northern Gardening covers a variety of gardening topics relevant to our northern climate. The program airs on the second Thursday of each month from 7-8 p.m. and is rebroadcast the following Saturday at 6 a.m. The program is a partnership between the Northwoods Food Project, the Cook County U of MN Extension Office, and WTIP.

The Northwood's Food Project is a non-profit organization who's purpose is to increase Cook County's long term food sustainability and self reliance by eating and growing locally produced food.
 

Learn more about the partnership between WTIP, the Northwoods Food Project, and the Cook County U of MN Extension Office that makes Northern Gardening possible.

Jeanne Wright and daughter Olya, Diane Booth, and Melinda Spinler in the WTIP studio for Northern Gardening.

 Do you have a question for Northern Gardening? Submit it below in our comments section.


 
What's On:
Container gardening is easy.

Container Gardening & Early Diseases in Your Garden

Northern Gardening hosts Diane Booth and Joan Farnam talk with the experts about container gardening and early diseases in the garden. Click to listen.


 
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Beekeeping and How To Shrink Your Lawn & Plant Flowers Instead

Northern Gardening hosts Joan Farnam and Paula Sundet-Wolf welcome author Evelyn Hadden and bee entomologist Mike Goblirsch on the first show of the 2012 season.


 
 
Purple coneflowers grow well in gardens on the North Shore

Perennial gardening on the North Shore

This week, hosts Diane Booth and Joan Farnam talk perennial gardening on the North Shore with Mike Heger from Ambergate Gardens and author of "Growing Perennials in Cold Climates" and Gan Me


Ruby-throated hummingbirds come to the North Shore.

Landscaping or Lakescaping for Wildlife, or Not?

Landscaping or Lakescaping for Wildlife, or Not?

Welcome to Northern Gardening!


 
Tomatoes

Organic Production, Mulches & Tomato Varieties for the North Shore

Organic Food Production, Mulches, Pruning and Tomato Varieties
April 14, 2011

Welcome to Northern Gardening!


Half-gallon milk jugs can be mini-greenhouses in winter.

Sowing Seeds in Winter

Sowing seeds in the wintertime sounds like a pretty crazy idea, but Northern Gardening hosts Diane Booth and Joan Farnam talk about this amazing trick with  Sue Schiess, U of


 

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