Skip to main content
Almanac Gardner Logo Banner
Almanac Gardener

Working with House Plants

Rating: NR

Mike Gray and the panel shares tips on turning plant-growing into an opportunity to check

Almanac Gardener is produced in partnership with North Carolina Cooperative Extension at North Carolina State University.
Mike Gray - Almanac Gardner Host - Headshot
For more than three decades Mike Gray has shared the secrets of master gardeners and horticultural experts. In 1969 Gray became the host/producer of Backyard Gardener, UNC-TV Public Media North Carolina's first-ever gardening program. The name of the show was changed to Almanac Gardener in 1981, but the mission remained the same: answering home gardeners' questions and showing viewers the latest advances in North Carolina home horticulture.
Almanac Gardner Logo

Saturdays at 12 PM on UNC-TV

Whether you’d like to cultivate a window box of flowers, a backyard patch of vegetables, or an acre full of healthy grasses, join Almanac Gardener's Mike Gray, as he and his guest experts take viewers through the finer points of garden planning, maintenance & blooming innovation.
Click Here to Watch Almanac Gardner
Resources Divider Banner
North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service:
Resources and expertise from NC State University and NC A&T State University.
North Carolina State University Apiculture Program:
Understanding honey bee biology and bee management.
North Carolina State University Urban Horticulture:
Soil science, plant pathology, entomology, forestry and wildlife.
Extension Master Gardeners Volunteers:
Guiding homeowners in making environmentally sound decisions in their gardens, lawns and landscapes.
Plant Delights Nursery, Inc.:
Home of Plants with an Attitude! NC/USA based international online store specializing in unusual perennials.
Going Native:
Urban Landscaping for Wildlife with Native Plants: See why landscaping with native plants is better for wildlife and for the environment.
Plant Disese and Insect Clinic:
Diagnose all kinds of plant problems for homeowners, gardeners, landscapers, growers and farmers.
TurfFiles is a Web site created to provide turfgrass information to a diverse audience.
North Carolina Community Gardens:
Dig in to find a community garden near you. Learn how to start a new garden, or find resources to support an existing one.
National Junior Horticulture Association:
A national program that helps young people develop skills in horticulture. Featuring games & resources for teachers.
Popular Topics Banner
Wildlife, Disease and Insect Concerns:
Disease and Insect Management in the Home Orchard