Growing it in Virginia features the farmers, gardeners and growers of Southwest Virginia.
From alpacas to zinnias, if it grows in Virginia, we’ll bring you the story.
Mushroom Barley Soup
How to Grow Plants from Seeds
Cooperative Extension Agent, Evan O’Neill gives us a few tips for starting plants from seeds.
Evan O’Neill with the Virginia Cooperative Extension teaches us how to test our soil in order to have a successful yard and garden.
Peanut Butter Snack Dips
Baked Honey Granola
SESAME, TOMATO & CUCUMBER SALAD
UPCYCLE CONTAINER GARDENING
4-H Youth Development Associate, Jonette Mungo, shows us how easy it is to grow our own microgreens, at home, using containers we already have available.
CARAMEL APPLE COFFEE JAM
BLACK WALNUT CAKE
SWEET POTATO SOUP
APPLE STUFFED ACORN SQUASH
Lynchburg Grows is an urban farm dedicated to providing fresh and local produce for Lynchburg residents, restaurants, and organizations, while also providing onsite vocational training for disabled and low-income individuals. Get more information at LynchburgGrows.org or 434.846.5665.
WILDWOOD FARMS DAYLILIES
If you love daylilies, you’re going to love Wildwood Farms Daylilies in Floyd. In this segment of “Growing it in Virginia” we chat with Judy Bowman, owner of Wildwood Farms, about the lifespan and care of daylilies. Get more information at WildwoodFarmsDaylilies.com
OLD HOLLOW FARM
If you’ve ever been curious about hydroponic farming, our first episode of “Growing it in Virginia” features Old Hollow Farm in Buchanan. Owner and grower, Andy Bell, talks about his farm and gives us tips on how to start a hydroponic garden at home. Get more information at https://www.facebook.com/everfresh.botetourt/ or firstname.lastname@example.org