Watch: Gardening that Gives Back | Food & Community at Farfields Farm
Virginia Home Grown host Peggy Singlemann takes us on a tour of an Ashland garden with and Julie Erickson.
Learn about tropicals in-studio with Scott Burrell.
Visit Farfields Farm in Afton where Kelly Walsh and Lilia Fuquen discuss food and community with co-host Pat McCafferty.
Alexandria Searls of the Lewis and Clark Exploratory Center presents Osage Orange as the Plant of the Month.
In the Tip from Maymont, Peggy examines the Emerald Ash Borer pest.
Viewers can interact with the experts by submitting questions via email to VHG@vpm.org or by phone (toll free) to 1.866.220.0911 (only during the LIVE show).
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Virginia Home Grown is a Live TV program that explores the delights and challenges of gardening and growing in Virginia. Host, Peggy M. Singlemann, and Co-Host, Pat McCafferty, interview experts and enthusiasts from around the state. The program airs monthly from March through October. Full episodes and excerpts are available through vpm.org/vhg and on Facebook.