The Gardenangelists

Hibiscus and Tomato Troubles and Triumphs

July 01, 2020 Carol Michel, Dee Nash Season 2 Episode 34
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Hibiscus and Tomato Troubles and Triumphs
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The Gardenangelists
Hibiscus and Tomato Troubles and Triumphs
Jul 01, 2020 Season 2 Episode 34
Carol Michel, Dee Nash

Dee and Carol talk about hibiscus, both hardy and tropical, plus tomato troubles and triumphs.

Helpful Links:

Flowers:
Hardy Hibiscus from “Rozanne & Friends”   
Tropical Hibiscus from Hollywood Hibiscus
'Sugar Tip' Rose of Sharon from Proven Winners

'Emerald Towers' Basil from Burpee
'Amazel Basil' Basil from Proven Winners

Nolo Bait for grasshopper control

Veggies:
Environmental issues  with tomatoes, from Purdue University
Tomato Blight information from Purdue University

On the Bookshelf:
French Country Cottage Inspired Gatherings, by Courtney Allison

Email us at TheGardenangelists@gmail.com and look for us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and now Pinterest.

For more info on Carol, visit her website.

For more info on Dee, visit her website.

We also invite you to join The Gardenangelists Garden Club on Facebook.

(Some links are affiliate links. If you make a purchase after clicking on an affiliate link, we may receive a tiny commission. It does not affect the price you pay!)



Show Notes

Dee and Carol talk about hibiscus, both hardy and tropical, plus tomato troubles and triumphs.

Helpful Links:

Flowers:
Hardy Hibiscus from “Rozanne & Friends”   
Tropical Hibiscus from Hollywood Hibiscus
'Sugar Tip' Rose of Sharon from Proven Winners

'Emerald Towers' Basil from Burpee
'Amazel Basil' Basil from Proven Winners

Nolo Bait for grasshopper control

Veggies:
Environmental issues  with tomatoes, from Purdue University
Tomato Blight information from Purdue University

On the Bookshelf:
French Country Cottage Inspired Gatherings, by Courtney Allison

Email us at TheGardenangelists@gmail.com and look for us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and now Pinterest.

For more info on Carol, visit her website.

For more info on Dee, visit her website.

We also invite you to join The Gardenangelists Garden Club on Facebook.

(Some links are affiliate links. If you make a purchase after clicking on an affiliate link, we may receive a tiny commission. It does not affect the price you pay!)