The Gestalt Gardener
The Gestalt Gardener | Peppers Galore
The trinidad scorpion pepper is one of the hottest peppers in the world. Only the carolina reaper measures higher on the Scoville scale, and Felder just happens to bring one to the studio for today's show. During this round of southern gardening questions he discloses his love for a good pepper and shares a cheesy tune that he only knows how to find. Let's get dirty!
The Gestalt Gardener | Snapdragons
Snapdragons are seen this time of year just like all the colors that make fall a rainbow of reds, oranges, and brown. Felder reminds us that these beautiful colors are always there but the spring and summer chlorophyll dominates most of the year. With another round of southern gardening questions that criss cross the state, Felder talks about his weekly haul, and provides a cheery cheesy tune to keep things in perspective. Let's get dirty!
The Gestalt Gardener | Ugly Tomatoes
Ugly tomates! No problem! Felder knows everything you plant will not come out picture perfect. So when some of his tomotes have more "character" then others he knows not to throw them out with the trash. Like always on this edition of the Gestalt Gardener Felder shares his brand of gardening advice and brings a cheesy tune perfect for post election feelings. Let's get dirty!
The Gestalt Gardener | In Due Time
Felder will be the first to tell you he is just an okay gardener, but that is what makes him a great person to dish out garden advice. He will not make something up just to appease a caller. If he does not know the answer he will say so. Just take a listen to this shows last caller! And with days before the election Felder champions the potential state flag on the ballot. Let's get dirty!
The Gestalt Gardener | Hospitable Blossoms
Felder really is a "live and let live" type of guy. So much so, his garden is a certified wildlife habitat. Felder knows the important roles that the crawly, slimly, and sometime stingy bugs play in our everyday life. And why should he get in the way of them doing their job? Today he talks about some of these bugs around his home, a plant know as "campers friend", and answers a variety of southern gardening questions. Let's get dirty!
The Gestalt Gardener | Sweet Life
On this special "Drive Time" edition of the Gestalt Gardener, Felder shares about his recent trip to the state fair and his profitable chat with some local sugar cane farmers. And as always answers your southern gardening questions. To show your support for The Gestalt Gardener and MPB Think Radio visit our website,MPBonline.orgor call 1-888-372-4483.
The Gestalt Gardener | Blooming Beds
With Hurricane Delta on the horizon Felder was still on hand sharing his brand of gardening advice. With his minutrare truck garden in hand he is looking forward to one of the few plant swaps happening this year in Hattiesburg. Also during one of his first calls Felder shares advice with a listener whose recently deceased father got him started listening to the Gestalt Gardener. Then he answers questions about rosemary, pecan trees, and other southern garden uncertainties. Let's get dirty!
The Gestalt Gardener | Felder To The Max
On this edition of the Gestalt Gardener, Felder is broadcasting from the Queen City aka Meridian, Mississippi. Before giving a talk about yard art at the Mississippi Arts + Entertainment Experience, Felder sat in a socially distant studio and answered your southern gardening questions. There was a tiny audience there to witness this week's garden party and I think it's safe to say Felder made a few new friends. Links:Felder broadcasting at the Mississippi Arts + Entertainment Experience (The Max) Felder Rushing Yard Art
The Gestalt Gardener | Rainbow Garden
This summer has been a challenge for all but in Felder's world his garden has been a beacon of light. Usually overseas for the summer months Felder used his quarantine time to get dirty in the Mississippi soil and actually plant a garden. And by the color of his harvest you can tell he is mighty proud of what he planted. During this round of southern gardening questions Felder helps with red spider lilies, a jujube tree, and other everything else under this early fall sun. Let's get dirty!(Cover Photo by Felder Rushing: red jalapeno pepper, sweet potato, Lemon Boy tomato, persimmon, goldenrod, green pepper, burgundy okra, beauty berry, purple pepper, purple sweet potato, violet basil)