The Gestalt Gardener
The Gestalt Gardener | Sticker Bush
It may be December but the weather outside is far from frightful. The garden still needs tending and Felder is ready to help with his brand of southern gardening advice. Let's get dirty!
The Gestalt Gardener | Smug Lessons
Thanksgiving is around the corner and Felder is taking some well-deserved time off. But before Felder frolics in the autumn sun, he brings the best garden party to your radio (or podcast) and helps with another round of southern gardening questions. Also, he learns a few lessons along the way. Let's get dirty!
The Gestalt Gardener | Perennial Veggies
Who does not love a good and healthy vegetable garden? How about one that sprouts and produces year after year? In this edition of the Gestalt Gardener, Felder is asked to suggest perianal vegetables that would make for a great year-round garden and gets an assist from an unlikely source. Also, he fields questions about lawn grass, weed & feed, and other timely southern garden questions. Let's get dirty!
The Gestalt Gardener | Fall Flavors
While autumn is the proper name for the season between summer and winter, the name that you are most likely to hear is fall. This four-letter word perfectly describes this time of year with the falling temperatures, falling tree leaves, and falling away from the bright colors of summer. Today Felder brings in a great fall bouquet with color and flavor to represent the season and shares a message of what is on the other side of a gardener's life. And as always helps out with your southern gardening questions. Let's get dirty!
The Gestalt Gardener | Fire Fingers
This is Halloween weekend and there is something scary happening in lots of gardens around Mississippi: Nothing! Felder does his best to answer another round of your southern gardening questions and celebrates the spooky season with a very timely tune. He also tips the Scoville scale with his weekly show and tell plants. Now let's get dirty!
The Gestalt Gardener | Drive Time Pt.1 & 2
On this extended edition of the Gestalt Gardener Felder Rushing expresses his gratitude for all the people who support his show and the not-for-profit radio station MPB Think Radio. There are extra cheesy tunes during this special Drive Time episode and all the southern garden party talk you have come to love and expect. Amongst the regular Felder yakety-yak, he takes listener questions about pine trees, mowing high, greenhouse growing, and more. Let's get dirty!
The Gestalt Gardener | Felder's Fish
Starting small is a great motto when approaching the art of gardening. Start with a pot, then move to a box and next thing you know you will be maintaining a beautiful garden. Or in Felder's case start with a coffee mug water garden before you graduate to the full-sized pond. During this round of southern gardening questions, Felder talks about magnolia tree roots, small peppers, and just about everything in between. Also with his cheesy tune, Felder pays tribute to one of the first true superstars of space. Let's get dirty!
The Gestalt Gardener | Persimmon Predictions
When Felder is not on the road he loves a good show-n-tell segment in the studio. Today he brings in a persimmon seed to help predict the upcoming winter season. It may just be folklore but this is common practice in many parts of the country. Also during another round of southern gardening questions, Felder shares his opinion on the Farmers Almanac and planting by the moon. It is October and things are getting spooky. Let's get dirty!
The Gestalt Gardener | Queen City Love
Felder Rushing is back in Meridian ahead of another Saturday morning talk at The MAX: Mississippi Arts + Entertainment Experience. Broadcasting live from the courtyard at The MAX he answers another round of southern gardening questions and gives some love to the master gardeners of the Queen City.