Season 19

Virginia Home Grown is a Live TV program that explores the delights and challenges of gardening and growing in Virginia. Host, Peggy M. Singlemann, and Co-Host, Pat McCafferty, interview experts and enthusiasts from around the state. The program airs monthly from March through October.

Video thumbnail: Virginia Home Grown Cacti & Succulents | Silvopasture

Virginia Home Grown

Cacti & Succulents | Silvopasture

Learn about about cacti and succulents and the benefits of silvopasture.

Cacti & Succulents | Silvopasture

Video thumbnail: Virginia Home Grown Gardening that Gives Back | Food & Community at Farfields

Virginia Home Grown

Gardening that Gives Back | Food & Community at Farfields

Visit a garden that gives back, & Farfields Farm. Also, Emerald Ash Borer & Osage Orange.

Gardening that Gives Back | Food & Community at Farfields

Video thumbnail: Virginia Home Grown Foraging for Edible Plants, Community Garden (#1906)

Virginia Home Grown

Foraging for Edible Plants, Community Garden (#1906)

Edible plants, Community Garden at Friendship Court, native trees, plants in a pond

Foraging for Edible Plants, Community Garden (#1906)

Video thumbnail: Virginia Home Grown Attracting Butterflies, Classic Gardening Practices (#1905)

Virginia Home Grown

Attracting Butterflies, Classic Gardening Practices (#1905)

Attracting Butterflies, Classic Gardening Practices, Rockin’ Deep Purple Salvia

Attracting Butterflies, Classic Gardening Practices (#1905)

Video thumbnail: Virginia Home Grown Propagate Plants; Animal Garden Beds (#1903)

Virginia Home Grown

Propagate Plants; Animal Garden Beds (#1903)

Discover how to propagate a plant and how animals can help build garden beds

Propagate Plants; Animal Garden Beds (#1903)

Video thumbnail: Virginia Home Grown Building a Terrarium; Orchids (#1901)

Virginia Home Grown

Building a Terrarium; Orchids (#1901)

Building a Terrarium; Orchid Station; removing invasive Ivy

Building a Terrarium; Orchids (#1901)