(Video 02/24/16) Watch and learn about caring for calla lilies on this edition of Get It Growing.
(Video 02/17/16) Watch this edition of Get It Growing for information on beautiful columbine flowers.
Corn harvested from the home garden and cooked within minutes is considered one of life’s great treats
It's nearly time to plant citrus trees here in Louisiana - that is, after freezes are gone. On this edition of Get It Growing, LSU AgCenter horticulturist Dan Gill explains which citrus are most and least tolerant of cooler weather and how to care for them.
Pineapple guava is a plant you can grow as a privacy screen or grow into a tree. But as LSU AgCenter horticulturist Dan Gill explains on this edition of Get It Growing, the pineapple guava has no major insect or disease problems and produces delicious fruit.
By Dan GillLSU AgCenter Horticulturist (02/26/16) Mention blooming wildflowers and most people think of country meadows and drives along rural roads.
By Dan GillLSU AgCenter Horticulturist (02/12/16) February weather often includes heavy and frequent rain, and this should remind us that Louisiana has a relatively wet climate.
By Dan Gill LSU AgCenter Horticulturist (02/19/16) Color is very important to us. We use it everywhere in our surroundings and on our bodies
By Dan GillLSU AgCenter Horticulturist (02/05/16) Gardeners often wait until April or May to purchase blooming roses from nurseries and plant them.
You might not think winter is a good time to visit a nursery, but think again. On this edition of Get It Growing, LSU AgCenter horticulturist Dan Gill gives some reasons why now is a great time to visit your nurseries and select plants like trees and shrubs.