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Corona presents the first Green Industry Leaders Network, #plantchat podcast, featuring National Wildlife Federation's, David Mizejewski. The Garden for Wildlife™ movement, started 45 years ago to help gardeners plant with purpose. By supporting wildlife in gardens and landscapes, the movement is an effort to double the abundance of butterflies, birds and other essential pollinators. On this episode, Beth Tuttle, president and CEO of American Horticultural Society, a founding partner of #plantchat, interviewed David to learn more about this fantastic program.
Ask any gardener what they could use more of in the garden, and you’re bound to hear, more money, more time and more tools. It's no surprise, having the right tools for the job can help save a lot of time and money. Over the years, we've talked to a lot of gardeners who have some clear favorite Corona tools in their tool shed.
Winter may not seem to be the ideal time for most people to think about their gardens. However this time of year, savvy gardeners are busy planning and preparing for the upcoming growing season. Including attending a local seed swap for seeds during National Seed Swap Day on 1/28/17.
There is more than seeds at a seed swap event. You'll find educational session from expert gardeners and horticulturists who share great tips and ideas for confident gardening. If you want to learn more about attending one in your area, join us for our first live streaming #plantchat on 1/16. We'll have a live Q&A with Kathy Jentz, editor of Washington Gardener Magazine.
It's that time of year when gardeners everywhere start planting bulbs to produce amazing flowers in Spring. On the next #plantchat, 10/17, we'll dive into the specifics of daffodils bulbs, varieties and tips for growing them with confidence.
If you have ever felt growing roses is too difficult or you just can't do it, we have a boost of Corona Confidence that will make anyone a success when growing and caring for roses. Here are some easy tips you can use to grow them from America’s Favorite Rose Gardener, Chris Van Cleave. He's the co-host of Rosechat Radio, and known on Twitter as @redneckrosarian, and shared his 3 top tips for growing good roses.