Special information about horticulture at the Louisville Zoo, and the meaning of the term “ectotherm,” is the menu of HomeGrown this week.
Cheese and seed are the boutique-sounding subjects on HomeGrown this week.
The seasonal guests on HomeGrown this week include Andrew Meadows of Citrus Mutual, who explains the horticulture and business aspects of Florida’s massive citrus industry, and Chris Higgins of Plant & Gnome Nursery in West Virginia who has some tips for tough, colorful red twig dogwoods to liven up your winter landscape.
Landscape designer Kathy Stokes-Shafer explains how to create a picture-perfect front yard garden, and environmental photographer Ian Adams offers excellent tips on capturing its beauty on film or in pixels.
“This is another terrible day. The water is still rising and we hear distress cries everywhere… It is so bad outside. Electricity is gone. No lights or radio.” So reads the diary of a Brandenburg, Kentucky woman on January 22, 1937. The Ohio River flood of 1937 left 385 people dead and about a million… Continue reading Remembering the 1937 Flood