There's still planting to do this fall... get ready for spring 2013!
Fall is a good time to plant some evergreens in pots.
Mark & Angelo tell you how to put your garden to bed AND plant your winter wheat to help your beds next spring!
Now is the time to move your gardening efforts indoors.
NOW is the time to plant your bulbs for next spring!
Put some fall color in your planters.
Not just mums... also MONSTER MUMS.
It's time to rejuvenate your lawn!
Repair your drought damaged lawn...Angelo tells you how.
Here are taller plants that will put color into your yard this fall.
Want fall color? Here are shrubs that get colorful leaves & berries.
These don't mind heat, these don't mind drought... these are Ornamental grasses.
There are plants that can handle heat and drought. Angelo shows us plants for a "Drought Garden".
If you don't have ornamental grasses in your landscape... you should consider them.
The hardy, butterfly attracting favorite... the cone flower. Now there's lots of variety too!
Shade loving plants that resist deer.
Something brand new -- Drift Roses
Knock-out roses... they get better and better every year!
Join us for "Pink Day" and purchase a special Hydrangea to help support breast cancer research.
A tree with many different uses, the Japanese Maple.
Perennials... always a good answer for color in your garden.
Make a statement in your garden with Evergreen Art.
Mark & Angelo teach us how to prepare the soil for our gardens.
Angelo shows us some exciting new varieties of berries for your garden.
It's time to plant the pansies, violas and other spring color makers for your garden!
Mark and AJ Petitti discuss fertilizing and overseeding you lawn.
Mark and AJ Petitti show you some beautiful plants for Easter... and some gift ideas too!
What better way to decorate your outdoors for the holidays- live greens!
The permanent Christmas tree has improved greatly in the last 10 years. Mark and Angelo take a look.
Once again it's time for Petitti's own Winter Wonderland!
Angelo shows us some bulbs that you'll like, but deer won't.
You can add color to your landscape that can last until the snow flies.
Fall is the perfect time to plant Evergreens.
Angelo has a bumper crop of pumpkins & gourds.
Trees that grow more UP than OUT... perfect for small spaces.
A lot has changed with the Rose of Sharon. Mark & Angelo revisit the longtime favorite.
A great source of beautiful color... the many varieties of Hydrangea.
There are ways to help your plants through the drought... use mulch to preserve moisture.
Everyone should have PG Hydrangea... they bloom continuously!
Angelo has the best and brightest hydrangeas, right in time for Hydrangea Week!
A perfect year for tomato lants... how to keep them healthy.
Keep deer from your sun loving plants.
|Meet Angelo Petitti|
Television: NewsChannel 5 - Mark’s Garden
Wednesdays: 12 noon (Apr - Dec)
Fridays: Live On Five; 5 p.m.(Apr - Oct)
Radio: Angelo answers callers gardening questions live on air
Saturdays: 8 a.m.- 9 a.m., WTAM 1100
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