Dean of Green
Moss Lawn and More09/26/14
Joshua from Georgia asks Murph's advice on growing a moss lawn and starting a perennial bed.
Bring on the Bees!
Sarah from Indiana asks for advice on attracting more bumblebees to her yard.
What's Eating This Tree ?
Kathleen in Normal wonders what strange beast is devouring the leaves of a nearby tree.
Dead Oak Branches
Mary in Hudson, IL needs help with her oak tree branches.
Trouble with Scale
Murph and Laura welcome a special guest to talk about the problem that a lot of plant lovers detest: scale.
Murph has some advice for creating a great outdoor space for entertaining.
Shoot the Bamboo!
Joan from Pontiac, IL asks for Murph's help with her yellow groove bamboo.
Murph helps Angela in Normal, IL fight the ivy that's taking over her yard.
Stephanie from Bloomington, Illinois is concerned about her baby redbud and asks Murph for a diagnosis.
Spray The Right Way
Murph has advice on what's good (and not) to spray in your yard.
Want to know how to diagnose a problem in our garden? Take some advice from Murph!
Murph has advice on watering trees.
Mulch and Invading Grass
Patrick Murphy has advice for using mulch and repelling grass in landscape borders.
Patrick Murphy helps out a listener with a sawfly problem, plus talks about the Illinois State University Fell Arboretum.
The Dean of Green Has Retired and So This Podcast
After 22-years Don Schmidt, our Dean of Green, has called it a day. Enjoy the archive episodes and subscribe to our new gardening podcast, "Grow."
So long, Deano!
Don Schmidt looks back on 22 years as The Dean of Green as he ambles off to retirement.
The Dean of Green helps out a listener who wants to relocate her lilies. Plus, Deano has an important announcement.
Tomatoes Versus Strawberries: Who Will Triumph?
Deano helps a listener figure out if his tomato plants are causing problems with his strawberry plants.
Pat in Bloomington, IL is having trouble with her hostas, so it's Deano to the rescue!
The Dirt on Soil
Deano helps a listener understand the different commercially prepared soils.
- Normal, IL