Little kids have Christmas. Gardeners have spring. To us, this is the most wonderful time of the year. And with the start of the season come those inevitable trips to the nursery. In an effort not to max out their credit cards, this spring Carol and Danielle are making shopping lists of plants that they will be on the hunt for. These species are going to fill a particular need or want in their gardens, and they might do the same for you. Listen today to see what our hosts are dreaming of adding to their beds and borders.
Special guest: Kim Toscano is a horticulturalist based in Stillwater, Oklahoma. She previously hosted Oklahoma Gardening, a weekly PBS television program produced by the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service.
‘Jelena’ witch hazel (Hamamelis × intermedia ‘Jelena’, Zones 5–9)
‘Summer Beauty’ allium (Allium ‘Summer Beauty, Zones 4–9)
Queen of the prairie (Filipendula rubra, Zones 3–8)
‘Cascade’ hops (Humulus lupulus ‘Cascade’, Zones 4–8)
‘Waikiki’ elephant’s ear (Colocasia esculenta ‘Waikiki’, Zones 7b–10)
‘Falling Stars’ allium (Allium cernuum ‘Falling Stars’, Zones 5–8)
‘Cat’s Meow’ catmint (Nepeta × faassenii ‘Cat’s Meow’, Zones 3–8)
Beyond Pink’d® bluebeard (Caryopteris incana ‘DCARBEYBAR’, Zones 7–9)
Kodiak® Black bush honeysuckle (Diervilla rivularis ‘SMNDRSF’, Zones 5–7)
Red buckeye (Aesculus pavia, Zones 4–8)
Indian grass (Sorghastrum nutans, Zones 2–9)
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