The Gestalt Gardener
The Gestalt Gardener | Wild Citrus & Berries
Felder is excited during today's garden party because soon he will be out among the people. Socially distantly among the people but he is ready to get out and say hello. In between calls about growing blueberries, grass, and finding wild citrus, Felder shares is upcoming itinerary of events. Also he pays tribute to the last weekend of summer with a cheesy tune. Let's get dirty!(Cover Image by Felder Rushing: Hardy Orange, wildflowers, and the Magnolia Flag)
The Gestalt Gardener | Just A Little Paint
Felder is a guy known for doing things his own way. Even if that means spray painting a yellow flower purple, because if adds character. But as a beloved gardening expert he should be afforded such leeway. Why? Because he knows what he is doing. During this episode full of southern gardening questions Felder helps out a middle school student with her black eyed peas, explores the different basil plants in his garden, and remembers that talk like a pirate day is coming up next week. Let's get dirty!
The Gestalt Gardener | Mighty Magnolia
After rounds of discussions and votes, the Mississippi Flag Commission have made their final selection about a potential new Mississippi state flag. And to the delight of Felder Rushing it features a magnolia, the official state flower of Mississippi. He has been pushing for this type of change for sometime, so during the show he talks with the designers of the flag and as always answers your southern gardening questions. Two cheers for the mighty magnolia! Now let's get dirty!
The Gestalt Gardener | Uneven Bouquet
Felder is always on the hunt for a great time and always seems to find it! No matter if it is on his walks around the neighborhood, drives across the country, or weekly garden party on the radio, Felder brings the smiles and wit to keep things going. On this episode of The Gestalt Gardener he dashes a callers dreams of growing kiwi, talks about attracting butterflies in New Orleans, and gives more southern garden advice. Let's get dirty!
The Gestalt Gardener | Bye Bye Pogo
For quite a while Felder has been caring for a baby possum that made a home in his garden, but now is the time for them to part ways. Pogo the possum has been a talking on the show for sometime. If you want to hear about their adventures just listen back to the past several episodes to the show. Inside this edition of the Gestalt Gardener, Felder shares another round of garden advice, bids farewell to a friend, and plays a tune from his youth. Then, like always encourages everyone to: Get Dirty!
The Gestalt Gardener | Summer Summer
Felder is always ready for most questions that come his way but he also does not mind getting stumped. During today's garden party he talks about getting that last crop planted before the cut off, when and how much to cut back, and how community gardens are "everywhere" if you know where to look. Let's get dirty!
The Gestalt Gardener | Pepper Smoke
Since Felder is not in Europe this summer his garden is bustling with life. Also he is noticing plants that he might miss while traveling abroad. Between the laughs and general southern garden advice Felder fields several calls about growing peppers. It just so happens Felder brought a pepper to the studio. Then he starts seeing peppers in the MPB Think Radio logo! Just another great garden party. Let's get dirty!
The Gestalt Gardener: Fig Time
Felder has not spent time in a Mississippi summer for quite a while. But now with time and Mississippi soil on his hands Felder has been producing and sharing with anyone within reach. Also he has been visiting some friends and enjoying what they have to offer. His latest venture awarded him a few gallon of figs (which seem to be everywhere these days). Hear Felder talk about his latest creations, flowers, and garden advice during this edition of The Gestalt Gardener. Let's get dirty!
The Gestalt Gardener: These Peaches
Felder often comes to every show with something he "liberated" on his walk to the studio. But today he had to take a mid-week drive to bring in something special. With some extra time on his hands Felder visited an orchard in northern Mississippi and has the fresh peaches to prove it. Also during today's garden party Felder explains why bunching up your greens will not get the job done. Let's get dirty!