Clip of the Week: Winter Garden Care

January 7, 2011 at 12:20 AM Leave a comment

Happy Friday, everyone!  Is your new year off to a good start?  I sure hope so!

Before we get to our clip of the week, I wanted to make two announcements.  First, tomorrow (Saturday, January 8th) I will be doing an hour long radio show for McLendon’s Hardware.  The show will be called “McLendon’s Home and Garden Show,” will be from 10:00AM to 11:00AM, and will be on K.V.I. (570 on the radio dial).  This is a live show, so please feel free to call in with any questions you may have!

The second announcement is that I am doing several radio segments for several stations in Eastern Washington.  The segment is called, “Weekends Around the Northwest,” so if you want to know where to listen to it in your area, that is the name to search for.  These segments are taped and broadcast (ie not live), so unfortunately I cannot answer questions on them.  However, they are chock full of so much information that you will surely learn a thing or two by tuning in.

This week’s clip points out a few things in your garden that you can give attention to this Winter.  Sure it’s cold and wet out, but your garden still needs care!

As always, our videos can be viewed on our channel (link to the right) or downloaded for free from the iTunes Store (search for “ed hume”).

Have a great weekend, and remember to call in Saturday morning with your questions!




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