- Author: Loren Nelson
This week on In the Garden with UC Master Gardeners, we are revisiting a show played a year ago called “Color for the Winter Garden”.
MG and KUCI staff host Sally Richards is discussing this subject with Cathy Moine, a California Certified Nursery Professional from Green Thumb Nursery.
Learn about what can be planted by seed or six-packs, how to plant and fertilize, and what will bloom this time of year. And why! Dormancy! Vegetables can provide color too! Try Asian greens like Mizuna Purple and Han Tsai Tai (beautiful and tasty) or Ornamental Kale and Cabbage. Pansy/Viola, Snapdragons, Sweet Peas, Cyclamen, and Stock are discussed in much detail. African Violets for the inside also.
Podcast Topic: Color for the Winter Garden
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