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Tips on growing and caring for a healthy garden inside a home or apartment.
September 28, 2002
A report on the diverse family of Gesneriads. Also: a visit to an indoor gardening show. Host: Jan Goldsmith.
September 21, 2002
Tips for growing scented geraniums and other of scented plants. Host: Jan Goldsmith.
September 14, 2002
Spring bulbs are forced into bloom with the aid of a refrigerator. Also: amaryllis are propagated using a method called “scaling.” Host: Jan Goldsmith.
September 7, 2002
Tips for growing healthy house plants. Also: a tour of an indoor garden located in a mall. Host: Jan Goldsmith.
July 27, 2002
Creating a garden of miniature plants. Included: bonsai trees.
July 20, 2002
Tropical ornamental plants called bromeliads are featured.
July 13, 2002
July 6, 2002
Plant propagation is discussed.
Plants with shaped leaves and unusual colors are surveyed. Also: how to decorate with containers.
Plants for cool, drafty rooms are shown. Also: how to transport plants in cold weather.
Buying plants for a loved one is discussed.
Growing bulbs indoors, including amaryllis specimens.
An overview of ferns, including how to grow them, how to decorate with them and how to mimic the forest soil in which ferns thrive.
Growing English ivy; making an ivy topiary.
Buying houseplants and cut flowers; making tools for indoor gardening.
Hydroponics; growing tomatoes indoors.
Growing trees indoors; creating interior landscapes.
Ordering plants on the phone; giving plants as gifts; making flowers last as long as possible.
Growing edible plants indoors. Also: orchid propagation; edible flowers.
Bonsai is spotlighted by an expert in the art. Included: soil watering and fertilizing.
Growing roses indoors; freeze-drying bouquets of roses.
Growing plants under glass; using various fertilizers.
Tips on growing cacti include ways to force them into bloom.
A look at keepsake plants. Also: the world's largest indoor plant; how to preserve leaves and flowers.
Using a living Christmas tree; using ivy for Christmas wreathes.
Spotlighted: toxic plants. Included: safe herbs and flowers.
Carnivorous plants are shown. Also: home composting---indoors.
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