“Indoor Gardening”  on Garden World Report Show

“Indoor Gardening” on Garden World Report Show

by / 7 Comments / 374 View / November 17, 2009

It’s Fall and many cold climate gardeners are bringing their plants indoors.

The focus of this week’s Garden World Report is “Indoor Gardening” to  inspire gardeners to be as creative indoors as they are with their outdoor plants!

The impressive show lineup includes:


Paul Epsom, host of the PBS “Victory Garden” show and podcast. Paul will take us on a tour inside his home to view two of his unique tabletop gardens.


Billy Goodnick, blogger at Garden Wise Guy will debut his “Crimes Against Horticulture” series


Mark Highland, president of the Organic Mechanic soil company will lead a tour of the Longwood Gardens conservatory and annual Chrysanthemum Festival!


Jenny Peterson, a landscape designer from Austin Texas shows us how to make an “Instant Succulent Wreath” that can be used as holiday tabletop decor.


Dan Eskelson, landscape designer and talented musician who will present a special music video inspired by his gardens.

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I’m going to share “professional design tips” for indoor garden arrangements and preview the “PotRiser” on Garden Center TV.

I hope you enjoy the show. It will be looping on the video player until next Monday when a new Garden World Report show is posted.

You can access archived shows and individual contributer videos at GardenWorldReport.com by selecting the “Latest Videos” tab.

Watch live streaming video from gardenworldreport at livestream.com

7 Comment

  1. Hi Math,
    Thanks for visiting and commenting. I will check out your videos.

  2. Hi. In response to this quote Shirley stated , I

    ” I don’t know of any sculpture or art that rivals the beauty of a plant and costs as little! There’s this link of luxury garden floors and decks that can be the meeting space with the plants.
    Check out my design videos on vimeo under “super visor” I design luxury decks and outdoor scapes on the ground with eco art products.

  3. I agree. I don’t know of any sculpture or art that rivals the beauty of a plant and costs as little! thanks for visiting Eden Makers from the UK!

  4. Indoor gardening is the best option to increase the aesthetic sense of the home.

  5. Hi Shirley, I thought the show was really good this week. I wanted to thank you too for participating in Operation Christmas Child. We raised $800 and made 20 boxes for the little kids.

  6. Thanks for watching and commenting Kathy. when are you going to contribute to the GWReport? We need to hear from someone in Washington!

  7. Zone 24, huh?
    Love the Garden Police shout out, the miniature and gnome gardens are so enchanting, and so many good tips in this episode.

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