Mid-American Gardener Podcast: Episode 5
We're on the fifth episode of the podcast, friends, and it's a fantastic one - Ella Maxwell, who's a master gardener, certified arborist, and frequent panelist on our TV show, joined host Victoria Shepherd in Studio A to talk about spring and to tackle some of the messages we’ve received in our voicemail inbox, including questions about pruning maple trees, getting rid of scale on magnolia trees, peony problems, and much more. Interested in just a smidge more audio? Check out a little outtake from this episode - Ella talks about her favorite flowers.
Also mentioned in this episode:
Author Tracy DiSabato, whose books are among Ella's favorites
Former MAG host Dianne Noland has written a couple of books - they're also among Ella's favorites. They're not currently widely available, but you can search for Perennials for the Landscape and Floriculture: From Greenhouse Production to Floral Design online - or put them on your library/used book shopping list!
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Thanks, as always, for listening!