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SUNUP - What To Do with Your Christmas Trees

Casey Hentges, host of our sister show Oklahoma Gardening, explains how to repurpose your live Christmas tree and other natural items after the holiday season. To learn more about Oklahoma Gardening,…

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Best of Oklahoma Gardening (Trees) #4827

0:00 It is a treetacular 🌲 new year on the Best of Oklahoma Gardening #4827! 1:14 Spring Pruning Espalier Trees Host Casey Hentges takes another look at our espalier trees to see what kind of…

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Enid's Tallest Christmas Tree

As we head into the holiday season many of us are looking for that ideal Christmas tree. Joining us is Craig McKinley, a retired Forestry Professor at Oklahoma State University, who explains how he…

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Oklahoma Gardening Episode #4821 (11/20/21)

Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! King's Mums Host Casey Hentges travels to Sans Springs, OK where we talk with owner of King's Mums, Brian Kanotz, who shows us his beautiful display of…

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Tree Freeze Damage Update

Mark Bays, Urban and Community Forestry Coordinator, joins us to look back at the challenges our trees have endured from last year's brutal freeze and what we can do now to help improve their…

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Oklahoma Gardening Episode #4818 (10/30/21)

Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! Harvesting Sweet Potatoes Host Casey Hentges harvests some sweet potatoes in our raised beds while the soil temperature is still warm. Raunchy Crapemyrtle Carl…

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Eucalyptus as an Annual

Host Casey Hentges informs us that even though eucalyptus are tropical plants, you can still add it to the Oklahoma landscape as an annual. In the colder climates, above cold hardiness zone 9, you…

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OKG: Wattle Fencing in Home Gardens

We visit the local Bustani Plant Farm and talk with owner, Steve Owens, for tips and ideas related to the wattle fence he has incorporated into his demonstration garden. Airdate (10/16/21) #4816 …

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OKG: Growing Figs in Central Oklahoma

We travel to the fruit orchard at the Cimarron Valley Research Station in Perkins where we meet up with Becky Carroll, Extension Fruit and Pecan Specialist, who gives us some in-depth information…

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Oklahoma Gardening Episode #4816 (10/16/21)

0:00 Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! 1:17 Lantana Host Casey Hentges shows us a colorful flower that is full of blooms in the fall. The Luscious® CitronTM Lantana is perfect for butterflies and…

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Top 5 Columnar Trees

Host Casey Hentges walks around campus and points out the top five columnar trees you might consider adding to your landscape. Airdate (06/19/21) #4751 Questions? To find out more information…

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Oklahoma Gardening Episode #4751 (06/19/21)

0:00 Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! 1:19 Orange Reed Stemmed Orchid Host Casey Hentges shows us how to add more orange in your garden with the Epidendrum sp. Orange Reed Stemmed Orchid. 4:09…

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Spring Pruning Espalier Trees

Spring is here and Host Casey Hentges takes another look at our espalier trees to see what kind of pruning needs to take place to ensure that design of horizontal cordons Airdate (05/29/21) #4748…

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Oklahoma Gardening Episode #4748 (05/29/21)

0:00 Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! 1:19 June Horticulture Tips Host Casey Hentges tells us a few tips to be aware of for the upcoming month of June and the warmer weather ahead. You can find…

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Tree Preservation at Oklahoma's State Capitol

Mark Bays, Urban and Community Forestry Coordinator of Oklahoma Dept. of Ag, Food, and Forestry, stands outside the newly renovated visitor center of the Oklahoma State Capitol and shares with us the…

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Oklahoma Gardening Episode #4747 (05/22/21)

0:00 Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! 1:16 Heucheras Host Casey Hentges checks off a few boxes with just one plant, the Heuchera or commonly known as Coral Bells. They are native to North America,…

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