Building a tomato garden in Austin Texas is discussed with Zach Buchanan and Dany Millikin in this podcast from 2/16/19 Hr 2 of the HomeShow Garden Pros on SportsRadio 610
Arbor Day, Saturday Jan 19th, 2019 with Garden Pro Zach Buchanan talking about preventing plant freezing due to weather. Charlie Moger sits in for Dany Millikin while Dany is planting trees in Memorial Park.
Pruning Crepe Myrtles, when and how, in the first HomeShow Garden Pros podcast for 2019 with Dany Millikin & Zach Buchanan on SportsRadio 610
Zach Buchanan and Dany Millikin talk black city mold on fruit trees in this podcast from 12/1/18 of the HomeShow Garden pros on SportsRadio 610.
Zach Buchanan and Dany Millikin answer your gardening questions dealing with plants that can handle moisture and shade in this 11/17/18 podcast of the HomeShow Garden Pros on SportsRadio 610.
Ground cover that grows in the shade is discussed in this podcast from 10/27/18 with Zach and Dany in this edition of the HomeShow Garden pros on SportsRadio 610.
Fruit Tree care is discussed in this podcast of the HomeShow Garden Pros with Zach Buchanan and Dany Millikin from 9/1/18 on Sportradio 610
Become a better gardener with Dany Millikin and Zach Buchanan in this podcast from 8/18/18 as they discuss planting fall vegetables on SportsRadio 610
Zach Buchanan joins Dany Millikin to talk about the best smelling plants in this podcast from 7/28/18 on SportsRadio 610. They also answer your gardening questions.
Zach Buchanan joins Dany Millikin in this HomeShow Garden Pros podcast talking about gardening with your children while answering your gardening questions on Saturday mornings at 7:00am on SportsRadio 610.
Suggestions on how to stop Virginia creepers from taking over your the lawn along with other questions on this HomeShow Garden Pros podcast with Zach Buchanan and Dany Millikin from 6/16/18 on SportsRadio 610.
How much water do I need on my lawn per week is one questioned answered in this HomeShow Garden Pros Podcast from 6/9/18 on SportsRadio 610 along with what type of fruit trees are best for our climate.