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Great Gardening

Get sound garden advice and inspiration to help battle our tough northern climate. Bob Olen and Tom Kasper provide a bushel basket of garden expertise and answer viewer questions live from the WDSE•WRPT studio. Get great garden ideas as host Pamela Fish brings you tips and tours from around the area. Hardy gardening is what we know.

View the list of winners from our 2017 home show drawing


Spring / Summer Garden Tour Tickets


Watch Great Gardening

Thursday nights at 7pm on PBS North
Regular Season: April 6 – June 8, 2017
Watch Archived Episodes of Great Gardening Online

Info from this week's show:

For more about our local Carlton County vineyard go to:
- http://blackhoofestatewinery.com/
- https://www.facebook.com/Blackhoofestatewinery/


Recent / Upcoming Show Schedule

Check back next season - Spring 2018

View / print full season schedule (PDF)



Grow Great Gardening

Great Gardening is powered by you! Keep Great Gardening growing by joining one of our upcoming garden tours or take home great garden perks when you become a member of WDSE•WRPT.


Grow & Show

Don’t forget to send photos of your favorite plants and flowers from the 2015 garden season. Send them to greatgardening [at] wdse [dot] org or mail your non-returnable garden photographs to this address.


Recent Garden Galleries

Carol Woehrle
Zabelle Stodola
Steve Riess
Doris and Joe Jelen
Carol Brown
Terri Hammerbeck

Garden Calendar

Annual Plant Sale - Lake Superior Master Gardener Association of Douglas County

Thursday, June 15, 2017, 4-6 p.m.
Fairlawn Mansion Museum - 906 E 2nd St, Superior, WI
(Parking is open, don’t worry about the construction)

Perennials, annuals and other garden-related items. This sale helps support community projects in the city/county with small grants.


Ask a Question?

Submit your questions during the show: Call 218.788.2844 or email askgardening [at] wdse [dot] org


Browse Recipes from the Show

Thank you to our sponsors: Garden Green, Swanson Greenhouses, Evergreen Lawn Service, Madeline Island Ferry