Friday January 23 | Trends in Landscaping and Gardening

January 22, 2009 at 11:31 am | Posted in Coming Up | 5 Comments

Veteran “This Old House” Head Landscaper Roger Cook joins us, along with a panel of local master gardeners to talk about the latest trends in the landscaping industry and we’ll answer your gardening questions.
Roger Cook – Head Landscaper, This Old House
David Goforth – Cabarrus County Master Gardener
Matthew Fulbright – Landscaper, Woodlands Landscaping

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  1. What about Feng Shui, or what some call geomancy? This seems to be a useful trend, as it seeks to create harmonious environments, and is based on the venerable “I Ching”, which has served humanity for thousands of years.

  2. I’m very glad you’ve got David Goforth on the show.

    Mike, thanks for asking your guests about edible landscaping. There is huge interest in this topic now, with the concern about saving energy and local food, and even a movement to plant a 21st Century victory garden on the White House lawn:

    If a landscape can grow a lawn, it will grow food.

    I’ll send an email.

  3. Back to the yard design for a vegetable garden – I have ambitions also to transform my yard but need help in the planning. Where do I go for help? Thanks!

    Sally in Charlotte

  4. Mike I love your show, I just wanted to make sure that you know that CPCC has a Horticulture and Turfgrass Management program where the public can come and take classes to earn a degree, diploma, or a certificate. We offer great hands on real word experience.

  5. Hi there! This post could not be written much better! Looking through this post reminds me of my previous roommate!
    He continually kept talking about this. I am going to forward this information to him.

    Pretty sure he will have a great read. Many thanks for sharing!

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