Savor Life's weekly hour dedicated to the splendor and beauty of everything growing in our region.
Since 1994 your host Michael Warren Thomas has brought his knowledge of gardening, landscape design, and horticulture to listeners through this show.
Callers often have questions about when to prune trees, when it's safe to put new plants in the ground, and how to care for their gardens. Additionally, Michael is often sent photos of things that callers are hoping to identify and learn more about!
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Look for hardy Cyclamen and Toad Lilies to add to your garden for fall flowers.
More cool temperatures on the way, time to plan which annuals to bring inside as houseplants before there is a hard freeze in October.
Time to protect some plants from potential frost over the next several nights.
Time to harvest basil for pesto. Also it is another Open Garden Day at Linwood Gardens, register online at LinwoodGardens.org
2019 interview with Petra Page-Mann of Fruition Seeds in Naples. While this is a spring interview, check their website and Facebook page for details on what you can sow in the fall. It isn’t too late for radishes and greens.
2018 interview with RIT Professor Alan Singer
2019 interview with Larry Nau of Bergen Water Gardens, see their extraordinary Lotus collection in bloom right now on Buffalo Road between Churchville and Bergen.
Only a few thunderstorms in the forecast for Sunday and Monday, and if those don’t arrive our plants will be getting desperate for a drink.
Slime mold, Goldenrod, and Rose of Sharon are among the things that are discussed.
On August 8th from 9-1pm Cornell Cooperative Extension is having their summer sale of gently used tools, books, and much more – everything related to gardening. Stop by their headquarters on St. Paul Blvd, just north of the zoo entrance. Call them about making donations, 585-753-2558