The KPRC Radio Gardenline Tip By Randy Lemmon For 09-25-03 Printer-Friendly Version
TONS OF TIMELY TOPICS
It Was Hard to Pick Just One This Week….
One of the great things about doing the GardenLine radio program, is that there's never a shortage of topics to talk about from week to week. I suppose that's one of the reasons the radio show lasts for four hours every Saturday and Sunday. But it's that over-abundance of topics that makes it hard to pinpoint singular email tips from week to week.
For the long-time subscribers, you can probably guess that means a compilation email tip is coming your way once again, because I simply can't pinpoint which of these upcoming topics should take center stage. Instead, I give you what has to be the most "comprehensive" compilation email tip since we started this service over three years ago. It's been done for over two and half years on KPRC, but I actually started doing this free email tip service back during my last year on KTRH.
While Brownpatch still seems to be the hottest topic on the radio show these days, that email tip went out a few weeks ago, so most of you should have it already. This week I want you to pick the topic that most suits your situation and click back to what we said a year ago during the months of September and October.
If you're having problems with WebWorms,
< http://kprcradio.com/pages/listenernewsletter/GardenTalk_09-05-02.htm >
If you've ever entertained the idea of planting Wildflowers,
< http://kprcradio.com/pages/listenernewsletter/GardenTalk_10-03-02.htm >
If you're unclear when to Winterize,
< http://kprcradio.com/pages/listenernewsletter/GardenTalk_10-24-02.htm >
If you're considering Cool Season Color,
< http://kprcradio.com/pages/listenernewsletter/GardenTalk_09-26-02.htm >
And lastly, if you're wondering about Dividing Bulbs & Perennials, < http://kprcradio.com/pages/listenernewsletter/GardenTalk_10-17-02.htm >
Until next issue, here's to
Great Gardening from the GardenLine, heard
exclusively weekend mornings from 8 to noon
on Talkradio 950 KPRC.