Hadley Growers

Hadley Growers Chat 9/5/2019

September 5, 2019 at

Calling all Gardeners! Join Ed Haines and fellow Hadley learners as we "dish the dirt" on all things horticultural.
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Past Discussions

Summer Vegetables

August 1, 2019

This month we dished the dirt on the summer vegetables we're growing. We also shared tips on rescuing some of our favorite plants with pruning, fertilizer, and more.

Perfect Perennials

June 6, 2019

This month we talked all about how to plan and plant a forever garden and shared our favorite perennials.

A cutting garden is a great way to have your own private source of bouquets to brighten the indoors. Danette Johnson, Hadley Practice Leader and professional flower farmer, hosted this month's discussion where we discussed growing and maintaining a cutting garden.


For Dwarf Zinnias: Jung Seed Co.

In this discussion we talked about tips for indoor gardening. We shared our favorite houseplant and how to keep them surviving and thriving inside.

Tip from Ted, for anyone wishing to drive steel posts for garden vine supports:

Use a 4.5 foot length of heavy 2.5 inch steel pipe and put a heavy bolt at one end. Just slide the pipe over Stand up the post and slam the pipe down until you get the required depth. Safe and fast. Just be careful lifting the pipe off when done.

Whether you're a veteran gardener or just starting out, looking forward to growing season is always exciting. In this discussion, we talked about planning and plotting this year's garden.

Larry Meiller's Garden Talk on Wisconsin Public Radio

The Ruth Stout System

Advice for New Gardeners

February 7, 2019

In this discussion we heard from veteran growers on their tips and tricks for beginner gardeners

Garden Pest Problem Solving

January 3, 2019

In this discussion, we talked about fire ants and other pests and how to get rid of them using materials such as diatomaceous earth. Then we discussed different types of teas to harvest.