Virginia Home Grown
Dig in to a world of growing and gardening - with experts and plant enthusiasts from across Virginia.
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Farmers Create Value-Added Products
Meet farmers taking what they grow to the next level by creating value-added products. At Wandering Cow Farm, Peggy Singlemann learns about raising sheep for wool. Keith Nevison visits Tonoloway Farm and tastes tree syrups including a unique black walnut variety.
Spring is Officially Here, and so is Frost
Now that spring is here, we're getting more active in the garden! It's time to get cold-tolerant vegetables in the ground, but wait to plant nightshade varieties. Prune roses, and tend to trees and shrubs damaged by the recent ice storm. Join us for the premiere episode of Virginia Home Grown on Tuesday, March 30 at 8 p.m. on VPM PBS.
About Virginia Home Grown
Dig in to a world of growing and gardening with experts and plant enthusiasts from across Virginia. Experience how-to demos and video-visits to gardens, farms, and growing sites. Watch live and join the conversation via email at [email protected] or on Facebook.
Virginia Home Grown is hosted by Peggy Singlemann, Director of Park Operations and Horticulture at Maymont in Richmond, and co-hosted by Keith Nevison, Farm & Natural Resource Manager at Bundoran Farm. Featured contributors also include Randy Battle, Allison Hurst, Jen Naylor and Dr. Robyn Puffenbarger.
Our mission is to enrich growers and gardeners of all levels by connecting to new voices and fresh ideas, to highlight the unique richness of gardens and natural ecosystems throughout Virginia, and serve as a resource for our community.
Gardening is for everyone. We are all growing and learning together.