Fresh off a road trip, Felder talks about the plants he picked up along the way and gives an update on his wildflower garden. He also brings in THE CHEESIEST SONG EVER!
On this Mother's Day, episode Felder is giving flower decor advice, talking fruit trees, and looking for hummingbirds.
April showers bring May flowers. And a cold snap! But Felder still lets you know how to handle your southern garden in any weather.
Several callers had Felder scratching his head for answers. Listen and see if you can help our garden party maestro.
Felder pays tribute to his friend and former co-host Leon “Dr. Dirt” Goldsberry.
The time is right to plant your spring garden. Felder is full of spring gardening tips and information about plant swaps around the state.
Felder is ushering in Spring by helping you get rid of some unwelcome guest in your garden
Felder starts this week's garden party with some sad dandelion news. Then has a lengthy talk about peppers.
Calling in from the San Diego Botanic Garden, Felder is still here to help with your “not yet spring” garden.
Fresh from a garden talk the night before, Felder is ready for the garden party with your calls and emails. He also takes us back in the past with a call from his very first radio program.
Felder brings in his cheesiest song to date and talks about the roses that are already in bloom. And if you can believe it Felder does something he has never done on radio before.
Felder brings in an “O.G.” Don Featherstone and reminds us all that it is not spring yet.
Felder schools us on plants with African origins, when to break the rules, and the difference between a gardener and a horticulturist.
Felder opens this episode with some pruning advice before his usual garden party antics. And did we mention his cheesy music.
Felder spends time talking to Ed Croom, author of the book The Land of Rowan Oak:
An Exploration of Faulkner's Natural World. We also hear from The Chairman of the Board, Frank Sinatra.