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Learn About Late-Summer Produce, Growing Tropicals and Carnivorous Plants

assorted tropical garden plants

In this episode of Virginia Home Grown, explore the late summer produce at Amy's Garden, a USDA certified organic farm that specializes in heirloom vegetables varieties. In the studio, Peggy Singlemann and Amy Hicks talk about the benefits of integrated pest management (IPM). Jan Sievers Mahon visits C. Coleston Burrell to learn about tropical and carnivorous plants that can grow in our climate. In The Tip from Maymont, Peggy explains how to tell the difference between poison ivy and Virginia creeper.

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