This week’s exciting episode of Plain Gardening might better be called Fancy Gardening. We’re in one of the gardens featured in this year’s …
Today’s exciting episode of Plain Gardening deals with Bill Finch’s love of Kate Moss…oh, wait…that’s just plain old moss.
Bill Finch from the Mobile Botanical Gardens discusses the snakes you might discover in your garden.
Bill Finch with the Mobile Botanical Gardens tells you how to take care of your cucumber blossoms.
Let there be peas on Earth! It’s harvest time for our pea-pickin’ gardening expert Bill Finch.
In Plain Gardening Sponsored by Stokely’s Garden Express, John Nodar and Bill Finch take a close look at the lupin, also known at the Alabam…
Stokely’s Garden Express presents Plain Gardening with John Nodar and Bill Finch! In this week’s episode, one of Bill’s favorite trees… th…
This week’s episode of Plain Gardening takes place at a world-famous Gulf Coast garden that few locals have seen. Bill Finch takes us throu…
Gardening expert Bill Finch says don’t give up on plants burned by cold weather.
This exciting episode of Plain Gardening drags your 2016 annuals kicking and screaming (not really) into 2017…and saves you lots of money (r…
What do you do with poinsettias after the holidays are over?
On the road with Bill Finch!
This week, Plain Gardening travels to the Seed-to-Table Garden in Renaissance Park.
This week’s exciting episode of Plain gardening deals with digging, drought, and rock-hard soil.
In this week’s exciting episode of Plain Gardening we restore the good name of the beautiful, but much maligned, goldenrod.
Gardening expert Bill Finch says fall is the best time to plant for folks who garden on the Gulf Coast…even better than spring!
Bill Finch and John Nodar talk pollination.
This week’s exciting episode of Plain Gardening deals with the best time of year for planting flowers on the Gulf Coast. Spoiler Alert: it’s…
Bill Finch will show you how plants outdoors can lead to better energy efficiency indoors.
The noise that is the background of summer is just cicadas saying, “I love you.”