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The Family Plot: Gardening in the Mid–South​

About The Family Plot: Gardening in the Mid-South

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Production funding for The Family Plot: Gardening in the Mid-South, is provided by  Good Winds Landscape and Garden Center and International Paper. 

New episodes premiere every Saturday afternoon on WKNO-TV and repeat on WKNO2 and the Tennessee Network. If you missed a show, watch past shows here.

 

Watch this episode on Saturday, Oct 23rd, at 3:00 p.m on WKNO Channel 10.

This week on The Family Plot: Gardening in the Mid-South

This Week on The Family Plot: Gardening in the Mid-South, University of Memphis Director of Landscape, Joellen Dimond, plants pansies and snapdragons for winter color. Also, Retired MSU Extension Agent, Lelia Kelly, talks about some of the superstitions around plants.

More from Chris

Dr. Chris Copper, host of The Family Plot, is a UT Extension Horticulture Agent and Coordinator for the Master Gardener Program in Shelby County.  Chris can be found throughout Shelby County conducting educational programs addressing issues that affect urban and home horticulture.

Chris has a B.S. degree in Soil Science from Southern University, Baton Rouge, LA., and a M.S. and Ph.D. in Plant Physiology from Alabama A&M University, Huntsville, AL.

Check out this interview with Dr. Christopher Cooper and Debby Hall of WREC

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