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GROWING A GREENER WORLD

Saturday, May 28th

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Epic Tomatoes with Craig Lehoullier

There's nothing like a homegrown tomato... unless, perhaps, that tomato is EPIC. We're talking the biggest, prettiest, tastiest heirloom tomatoes in varieties that you simply won't find at the big box store. Come along with bestselling author and master tomato grower Craig LeHoullier for innovative techniques that you can also use to grow tomatoes that are truly epic.

Saturday, June 18th

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In Susan's Garden

It's always fun to visit a perfectly-manicured botanical garden, but the best learning often comes in everyday gardens grown by regular folks just like us. Today we travel to the Pacific Northwest to visit the personal garden of Susan Mulvihill, a Master gardener, author, and blogger whose beautiful blooms and smart improvisations just might inspire you, too.

Saturday, June 25th

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The Spark In Sparta

This tiny Georgia town was one of many that never fully recovered after the boll weevil decimated the cotton industry in the South. But the future is looking brighter after one couple provided an unlikely spark, and accidentally started an urban farming revolution smack in the middle of downtown... from front yard gardens to a mushroom-growing warehouse.

Saturday, July 2nd

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Fall Garden Chores

The decisions you're making in the garden as this growing season winds down are already affecting next season's success! Joe invites viewers to tag along as he puts the Garden Farm to bed in the fall and demonstrates the simple steps you can take now that will pay off with bigger, better results when next spring's planting season rolls around!

Saturday, July 9th

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New Ways of Growing Our Favorite Vegetables

Gardeners tend to go with what's tried and true. A growing season is too precious to roll the dice on some wacky experimental technique that may or may not work. In this episode, foodscape correspondent Brie Arthur- basically a rocket scientist when it comes to growing things- thinks outside the pot to show unorthodox methods that can produce big results in the home garden.

Saturday, July 16th

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Redeeming Your Ground

Sprucing up a corner of your yard is one thing. It's quite another, though, to totally transform a property and compensate for years of neglect. "Redeeming the ground" is what one amazing family set out to do when they moved into a home no one wanted. They changed their landscape into something truly special. And in the process, they changed their whole life.