Published on 05/06/99

Herbs for South, Roses on May 13 Georgia Gardener

You're not getting the best flavor from your vegetable garden if you're not growing your own herbs, too. On "The Georgia Gardener" May 13 and 15, host Walter Reeves and guest Wayne McLaurin will talk about herbs as they plant the 10 leading herbs for gardens in the Southeast.

Walter will show how and when it's best to spray roses for black spot, too. He'll also examine different kinds of hose-end sprayers and help you pick out the best for you. Finally, he'll show how to divide the seedlings you buy from your garden shop and get more plants for your money.

"The Georgia Gardener" is designed especially for Georgia gardeners. It airs Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. and Saturdays at 10 a.m. on GPTV. The show is a production of the University of Georgia  College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and PFC Holding Company.

Dan Rahn is a news editor with the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.