The Gestalt Gardener
The Gestalt Gardener | Before the Road
Felder Rushing is getting ready to hit the road! But before he takes his John Deere green pickup truck around the state, he answers another round of southern gardening questions. And one that permeates throughout the episode is about getting rid of lubbers. Does anybody have a shop vac handy? But seriously Felder shares his latest garden bundle, brings in two cheesy tunes, and sets up a plant swap with a fan that has something special from Arizona. Let's get dirty!
The Gestalt Gardener | Meridian Man
Felder Rushing is back in the Queen City! Broadcasting live from the Mississippi's Arts + Entertainment Experience, Felder is on the road spreading his brand of gardening advice. Always ready to help with your southern gardening questions he also talks with Scarlet Miller from Van Zyverden about their bulbs and education programs. Let's get dirty!
The Gestalt Gardener | Blackberry Winter
Blackberry winter is the name for the cold snap that seems to happen every early spring. As soon as the blackberries peek out the temperature takes a quick dive. Felder urges not to plant at the first sign of warm weather, because blackberry winter is usually on the forefront ready to stunt a few of our plants. During this round of southern gardening questions, Felder spreads his brand of optimism mixed with years of horticultural knowledge. Then plays a cheesy tune that focuses on a certain demographic. Let's get dirty!
The Gestalt Gardener | Held Accountable
The weather has been mighty fine and you might be itching to start planting. The horticulturist in Felder would tell you it's too early. Yet, the gardener side of Felder is telling you to dig that hole, put something in it green side up, and hope for the best. In this edition of the Gestalt Gardener, Felder tries to balance his two sides to make your garden flourish this time of year. Also, he brings in a mellow tune to even out these early spring days.
The Gestalt Gardener | Radish Capital
Did you know that once upon a time, Long Beach, Mississippi was known as the radish capital of the world? These are the bits of information you can get only on the Gestalt Gardener. Felder Rushing leads another edition of MPB's garden party and answers more of your southern gardening questions. The weather has been really nice, but is it time to plant yet? Tune in and find out!
The Gestalt Gardener | Icey Patterns
After a week of being iced in place, Felder was really happy to walk into the studio for today's garden party. He was ready for this week's round of southern gardening questions because his answers were already prepared. Bouglification was a big topic on today's show as many gardens could not handle the sudden drop in temperature last week. Inbetween questions Felder recalls his winter storm experience and plays an important cheesy tune that truly sets a path for his life. Let's get dirty!
The Gestalt Gardener | February Freeze
Mississippi is scheduled for a deep freeze and some of your plants will not make it. As Felder says throughout the show, that is just a part of gardening. But all is not lost because there are some tips to help your plants make it through the frigid temperatures. Between answering your southern gardening questions Felder and his friend Gary Bachman discuss a few tips that will help during this time. And like always this week's cheesy tune is as timely as ever. Put your coat on and let's get dirty!
The Gestalt Gardener | New Book, Who Dis?
Even in the winter, there are plenty of plants that will thrive in your garden. Many of them can be sliced and diced and made into a delicious salad. Today, Felder brings in a harvest of fresh winter vegetables and answers another round of southern gardening questions. Also during the show, Felder receives a very important package from the University Press of Mississippi. Let's get dirty!
The Gestalt Gardener | Winter Greens
Felder has plenty of gardening knowledge from years of horticulture training, but like many of his listeners, he is a very practical gardener. Dig a hole, put something in it green side up, hope for the best, and keep at it if it doesn't work. With his wintergreen bouquet and coffee mug freshly filled, Felder helps out with another round of southern gardening questions and chats with an old friend who is getting ready to leave her Tennesee garden. Let's get dirty!