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Mum’s the Word

Season 3 Episode 309 | 25m 46s

Mum’s the word, as the chrysanthemum takes center stage. Host J Schwanke shows the many shapes and sizes of this beautiful flower. Included: a flower farm visit, and a chrysanthemum cocktail.

Aired: 03/31/21
Distributed nationally by American Public Television
Extras
J visits a butterfly garden, finding inspiration for flower arrangements and a cocktail.
J shares ways to enjoy flowers for the Christmas Holidays - including projects and crafts.
Dried Flowers take center stage as J shares his favorite tips for drying fresh Flowers!
Become a flower tourist with J Schwanke and travel the flower world without leaving town.
J explores Innovations in the world of Flowers including technology and hybridization.
J hosts a savory swing through the herb garden – with fun and tasty projects!
J shares personal flower-themed collections: vases, hosta plants, trees, artwork and more!
J shares personal flower-themed collections: vases, hosta plants, trees, artwork and more!
J arranges blue Flowers – both natural and dyed – in this show about flowers of blue.
Flowers have a language all their own. J shares the meanings of flowers and their colors.
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J shares themes for winter flowers and goes beyond traditional holiday red and green.
The theme of shade includes flowers in containers suited to for shady spots.
J explores advantages to being a good neighbor including expressing thanks with flowers.
J explores ways to live the flower life and practice self-care principle in the process.
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A look at the tea leaves reveals an immediate future including flowers, family, and tea.
Flower friend Sandy Villegas shares paper flower making and Día de los Muertos traditions.
A show about the “other” rose - garlic. A garlic farm, garlic scapes and a garlic martini.
Flowers and kids team up for exciting projects. Included: a visit with Wimee the Robot.