Featured on the Garden World Report Show
The latest "Garden World Report" show is all about plants and the good things that people are doing with them to enhance our communities and the lives of others.
It is our most ambitious Garden World Report show to date and includes reports from Denmark, Australia and the USA!
New in Plant Varieties!
Go behind the scenes to the annual "Spring Trials" tour, a garden industry event for "pros only" and preview the latest plant introductions from major plant brands.
Burpee Home Gardens display Wave Petunias
Simply Beautiful Plants
How to Select Wave Petunias for Your Garden
Are you a "raving fan" of Wave Petunias?
I'll show you how to select the perfect one for your garden!
Not all petunias are alike, you know.
The High-Tech Gardener
Also on the show, Hort Couture, a forward thinking plant brand, presents the "virtual plant tag."
Never lose your plant tag in the garden again!
Shirley and Jessie, of Burpee Home Gardens peruse Burpee's new line of ready-to-plant vegetables!
The Gardening News!
Find out how.
Los Angeles Mayor, Antonio Villaraigosa showed up to help plant trees at a local high school and deliver a special message to the community.
Learn To Speak Botanical Latin!
Nicholas Staddon of Monrovia Growers teaches us how to pronounce botanical plant names in our exclusive series, "Say it in Botanical Latin!"
Tour a Garden Center in Australia!
Welcome internationally-known garden retail guru, John Stanley as a "Professional Contributor" to the Garden World Report Show.
John will be taking us all over the world to destination garden centers that offer inspiration and education for the gardener.
On today's show, John will showcase gorgeous Australian plants from Zanthorrea Garden Center and explain how to get the most out of your local garden center.
Award-winning, Zanthorrea Garden Center in Western Australia
Plants from Denmark
Last, but not least, Kristian Madsen of FairyTale Flowers in Denmark demonstrates how they test their plants before shipping throughout Europe.
You have to see it to believe it!
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