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"john belk nascar" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"A good time as you can hear John chuckling during breaks. That's his favorite part of the show was during the breaks, get Pella FOX John Bagnasco, Brian main, we are as they used to say in radio coming at you. Nobody's doing anymore. We're coming at you coming at you. Saturday afternoon. If you're back east into Saturday morning for the rest of the country, keep those questions, coming Facebook live. You can also call us at eight five five four two four nine eight to five John at garden. America dot com. I saw something for the first time last week. Whoa. Do you want us to guess? Well, I told you that I had planted Australian grass trees from seat. Right. And it's been thirty over thirty years ago, and they bloomed for the first time, and they put up this flower spike that looks like like a mosquito chaser, giant mosquito chaser. Or punk you remember that stuff, you'd light? And yeah, that's what the, the blue light looked like, but then little white flowers, all up and down the stem are starting to come out, so there's thousands and thousands of women that I had never seen that before. I didn't even know that would happen. So, so we'll it happened again in thirty years. No, it should happen every year. Now, now that they're old enough to bloom. Maybe I don't know. We'll see you want me to take a picture for you. Yeah. The last longer. Took a picture to last longer. But it's just something that, you know, I've never seen before. So what's interesting to see that? Well, I appreciate your sharing that with us. What do you what do you think John? So I told you in, in the showed a picture of Isaac's grouping of poppies. I thought it looked good, right? Yeah. Is your son? My four year old son who grabbed a packet of poppy seeds and dump them in one spot. And then they grew. Now, this goes back to a conversation before the break-up, people are frayed. Yeah. They're gonna fail, and there's so much that goes into gardening. Isaac has no fear of role. Just pours a bunch of seeds on the ground, and it's thriving. So are they were their butts on their looks like? But not yet not yet, but he also through a package of sweet peas out in an area and they're starting to grow you think I'll give flowers on them? It's too late. Yeah. Well you live in San Diego. Right. So it's possible because sweet piece don't like hot weather, right? Yeah. And they're kind of in a part shade area. Weatherwise his micro climates. I've been good for that. Well, and also, what is made been here in San Diego has been really, if we hit seventy it's hot date like the whole next ten days note, nothing in the seventies rainy tomorrow. Yeah. So here's the problem with Isaac zone. So you think you think I might get some flowers on them? It's possible. That's cool. Nashville usually plant sweet peas in October. Right. Well, here's Isaac think thinks now, this is the way your garden. Oh, you just throw stuff around. Right. Open the package. And just just just like throw it around. Yep. There you go. People who are frayed to garden. Right, try that finding area tried that give it a little water. And if it rains, if you're that much ahead of the game, I feel I'm I need my son to fail though because I'm he's funny. So we have a little tortoise, also he's been leaving her out and normally she'll run away and we won't find her for like one time she was lost for three months for it. But, but still in your yard, well, we found her she came back. Okay. Well, so he's been leaving her out in the yard and she's just a little baby. Tortoise, only about five inches. And so we keep finding you're in. You're lucky you're finding that's what I'm saying. We're lucky we're finding her, but Isaac. Everything he touches is just fine is his historic, as a he'd like so that's why he takes it out because he wants to make her upset four years. Yet. Does he have a job yet? At least. Oh, he's such a mooch. I remember when I was forty or so things were different different kids, these days, they'll get away with anything for years old. Come on. What are you doing? I remember that my daughter had a little pet mouse and Justice Gina. Right. Right. Okay. Jesse when he was little thought it would be great to give the mouse a ride in the bar. Into what Barbie Barbie car with that movie. Some Louis the mouser. Oh, Stuart Stuart little. So he's driving the, the, the mouse around surround in, in the car. But we also had a Yorkshire terrier. So he left the mouse on a tent at Yorkshire terrier. I mean they're good. Yeah. So came in grabbed it shook a sick out of it. Oh, it was just a mess when gene got back there. Oh, that's terrible. I mean, especially for little kids to see that. I remember one time a long time ago, this house, we lived in we had a dog, and he was, like, we had all this brush thick brush. And he was barking, just like going crazy. We're like, what are you doing? Just wouldn't listen to us. And finally, this possum comes out to try to nip at him. And the dog grabbed him and it was a big possum. And I thought, well, here this oughta be interesting and that dog just possum, had no chance in possums are pretty. There tomatoes. They're pretty. They're pretty date. They are that can be very mean. And that was kind of sad to see that. But yeah. I we I had a client have a run in with a possum midday this week, which was very rare, usually they're on the evenings. And we had a friend in the neighborhood that moved a skunk midday. The skunk was out in the yard midday. He moved it while they caught it and then transported it somewhere sprayed. You know, we've gotten skunks at the nursery before because we have traps that we sometimes set for raccoons and stuff that will come into the seed bags and things like that. They'll probably have wraps. Yeah. And if you just drop if you get it into the trap, and you drop a blanket over the trap, you're usually pretty good. They usually don't really because they'll spray themselves, and they don't like to do that. What does it call that he's using that scares me as usually, sometimes they spray the, the thing, and then you don't get it on you, but the whole contraption smells now you can have that take. They can take that away from where they call that they can actually end. They can't absolute and they make good pets. Yes. You can you can do that way. They can take whatever that is. They can they can remove it. And you have a good pet. They removed the sub-clans Glenn. Thank you, John Glen, just, and then if we do get it on your you're supposed to use what tomato soup tomato sauce or something? Smell off you. Fritters critters in the yard or another challenge for everyone Rick pointed out on Facebook that he had put a layer of mulch down around his stri, actually around his tomatoes as vegetables and lifted it up the other day. And he said there were all kinds of worms down there and then made the comment that people in California don't mulch enough, and that's absolutely true. If any state should mulch, nobody mulches and you go back east into the mid west this time of year, and they're selling mulch at gas stations. Standard operating procedure back east. Join everybody just dumps ton van, and they don't really need it compared to here. Right. So, yeah, the more mulch, you can add the better I find more on my patio a lot, which is a good sign. Yeah. That's a great sign. I mean, that just means that you have the, the life in soil that need earth. Knew that needs to sustain the plants. Well, you know. Know what I mean as long as you have worms in. You've got the breaking down of Julie. Some people come in to the nursery, and they show me a picture of that white kind of mold growing, on top of moult. Sometimes it's yeah. Yeah. Like that. And they go what's what's going on. You know, worried I go. That's good. That's nature. That's breaking down. That's putting life Eck in the soil. That's exactly what you want. And now I mean some areas start growing mushrooms, attractive in, you know, but you might have a little too much water in those areas. But it's not really, you know, bad, as long as one of the main reasons for using mulches you don't have to use as much water. Yeah. Why Shannon Mary John, don't you want a lot of reasons? But the big reason was good drainage. John has good drainage, so they to work, and that's what you need for potted plants. Always have good drainage. You can't over water. That's the key ki-be successful. Yeah. All right. Facebook live still get some people a hanging on no questions that I can see yet as far as anything new. I think we've addressed most of it podcast following Michelle will be about citrus. We will upload that podcast to the heart media platform. I'll do that on Monday morning. It's going to be talking about, John, you're going to Beatrice. You're going to be actually the extra charge of this. It's going to be citrus. You'll be heading up this podcast on citrus. We're gonna be talking about what we mentioned during our show right now. You know wind Harvest Right. Out of harvest what to watch out for because, you know, there's a lot of things that people get worried. They, you know talking about failure with citrus that people get worried about. But as Lance mentioned this morning, actually very hardy, plants and sure. Well, you can not prune them and they're still going to produce. Unlike some other fruit trees that you have to prove for production citrus trees. You can just leave alone in it will produce like roses. Yes. Yeah. A lot. Like you don't need to do. Rosen because they have the thorns. Like why what he means is terms of you can neglect roses, and they're still going to perform, right? I don't know. You mean like they like cactus. What are you talking about? No, no. They, they like they are turned to Spar with him now. After the break. We'll continue can explain to me during the break with your we have one more segment coming up to stay with us. Johnny garden. America dot com. Questions comments, right there on Facebook live do prefixing supporting guard the Erica empty in there every weekend. Okay. Cappella John Belk? Nascar went flying made going to take a break. Mention one more segment coming up as you're listening to the America media and leave your show. Looking for a safe and natural organic fertilizer.
"john belk nascar" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"And if you're watching us on Facebook live, you can also post your questions and comments right there on our page during the broadcast. Now, here's Brian main John Bagnasco and tiger Palo FOX on the garden. America radio in media network. And just like that here. We are another Saturday morning. I'm Brian mental tiger Pella FOX John Bagnasco for those of you are back east. It is Lebanon six year in the west coast, eight hundred six we hope you have a good weekend. And yeah, some people down south tornados happening in the past couple of weeks or so prayers and thoughts go out to them and even tornado warning from what I understand the in one of the states down there this morning too. So here in San Diego the last couple of weeks, nothing, but rain, I think we're going to dry out for how Long John Monday Vick big rainstorm coming in Monday. I can't remember the last time we've had this much rain. We're at least we didn't have a couple of weeks in between. It's like it's like we got a couple of days, and boom, it's fine. It's fine. This is good. It's a rain saturate rain saturate. Floods reported. I know of yet. I truly feel something at don't say that any listeners northern California. Underwater. Like, I truly feel them. The cities have been doing some really good prep work. You know, they've been maintaining the drainage systems they've been, you know, making sure that all the overflows are cleaned and ready to go. Because like like you say like usually when we have this much rain here in San Diego. We we do see the effects of it. But it hasn't been too bad. So that's nice. What's unusual? I think this year is the way that the rain came not all want usually we have one week of rain all at once. But it's been spread over months. So it's worked out real. Well, what Monday last Monday, they started grading my property where did you get an A or B? Right now. I think it's the plus, but they're supposed to finish. I think by next Monday. So things are happening. Things are happening. A lot of probably still isn't a reality to yet. Right. But this is one step closer. Because once the gradings done I can actually move roses from my house over two minute. You're you're legally right now. No. But I'm saying after the grading you can do it. Now, it's not legally it's just that I'll have a place to put because if I had brought him over earlier in a bulldozer. Yeah. My wife would say just push him into that whole over since they have some heavy equipment. There you bring it over any loads of soil amendments having them just kind of move around for you to not l amount. Oh, you guys got to move that mountain now. I'd like to see take a picture of your property. Do you have any idea? What it looks like if you been there and tiger. I saw a picture. I saw co picnic a lot. Well, yeah. When he showed us pictures of where the shed was. And then there was a couple of other pictures, you showed of the law. But definitely have you know, it'd be neat to see that grading. Good. To come over anytime. How far from your current location? About three miles. Okay. You're just down up a road or down the actually closer to the freeway. So to be closer. Now. How the neighbors Nazar buddy happy now getting along. Nobody likes Hatfield mccoys shooting at one another. No neighbors are fine. Okay. That's actually the guy that that remodeled. My house before we moved. Before we sold it. Bought the property right across the street. And he's building a house there. Really? So so my son has been helping him with chipping some avocado trees and cutting and he'll help us a little bit. So that'll be nice. Well, that said walk in the garden America, we do this every week at this time six after the hour, and again, Brian main John Belk NASCAR tiger Pella. Fox good to have you along wanna give us a call anytime during the show for the next couple of hours eight five five four two four nine eight to five John Gardner, America dot com. And of course, John's Email address if you want to say, this pictures, what is going on on your property. Your backyard front yard side yard, whatever bears animals plants. We'll take a look at it and posted someplace, and we have a busy show this one. We haven't done this in a long time to guess today. Just because it's starting to break into spring, right? There's going to be a lot of activities happening. So we want to make sure our listeners get the most out of our show. So this morning, we're going to have David Keene from the Los Angeles seed Bank. Their seat exchanged group up there in LA that basically is trying to make sure that they preserve varieties. Heirloom varieties for generations to come. And then we have Scott digger with tomato mania. And this is a a group that moves around California, and they have special tomato events classes events seminars. And they also sell tomato plants at these that are mostly heirloom varieties that you won't find in most kind of retail centers and things like that. So we're going to have them on later in the show. We're really excited because lots of good info coming up speaking seeds. I applauded our last podcast that we did last week. So those anyway here about twenty twenty five minutes of seeds. You can go to iheartmedia. Download the app, but John puts the Lincoln the newsletter. I took that link from the news later on our Facebook page. So it's everywhere now night just click it you'll see a big list of very shows. We've done the latest one is on seeds. Some people watched it last week Facebook live those that didn't can go back to Facebook page, and then check it out and get some great information on seeds. It's that time of the year. I haven't been paid for that. By the way, you will. I was expecting checks in the mail expecting some seed money. You were just talking about tomatoes tiger and Denise from Mississippi. Yes. Was was nice enough to send us note that about John Denver song homegrown tomatoes. Right saying that we should play and we need to and we would be happy to, but we're not allowed to not allowed to because a Facebook live at all has to do Denise with licensing. And they have algorithms that go through there. So if I do play a song they will pull this off. But John has agreed to sing it. Yes. No, no because it would be indecipherable. And there's no way the through that could get by. Yeah. You do have quite the voice voice. Okay. Here in San Diego. People tuning in AM twelve forty Mission Hills nursery, what are you guys doing? Now. What's happening at the nursery are most nurseries. This time of the year Tigar well for the western nurseries. They're gearing up we're we're spring. So we've got vegetables coming in every week. We've got the Perennials and flowers coming in every week Rosenstock fruit trees aren't sock. All of that stuff is gearing up right now, we're kind of ramping up with all of that fun stuff for spring for those of you that are in the, you know, Easter or mid under snow, you're still holding out. You know, as we all know, you know, we we expect those people to not be gearing up until my mother's day, exactly. Or at least planting until mother's day usually gear up a little bit before then. But you know, so so lots of fun stuff. But one of the things that we talked about with Melinda Meyers last show was just you know, the soil. Up. And so a lot of prepping a lot of fertilizing a lot of organic fertilizers and going out the doors for people that are getting those beds ready to do this spring planting or to be starting some of the seeds in those vegetable gardens, and so on I'm not sure if we upset people who are back east and through the midwest, we talked about getting ready for spring and things are happening. And they'd say, oh, not us not to mother's day. But we're a little ahead of you because of the weather so on and so forth. So we're not trying to rub it in just talking about what's going on here. I think if they're gardeners, they're happy. They understand. They should be happy for us. Right. Good way to look at it. John. Let's see anything new this year is tiger that people should let this changing. That's. That's what I saw the newsletter. So we're going to lose an hour tonight because we're going to bring forward, right? Yeah. It seems like it happens earlier each year. It's daylight savings time happens earlier and vice versa. I think this is about the same time as last year. Used to be in April. I thought. Used to be different tastes anyway. So gear up for that. But in and then there's the thought process on why we do it. Right because he never did figure that that goes back to the farmer's years ago that needed more daylight, correct? That's what everybody says. But I don't think it was the farmers, and then not only that like electricity and all of that stuff back in the day when it was hard to produce. And they're saying oh would save us on having to produce so much electricity and all of that. I don't think I was electrically. I think it was candle candles. Yeah. Okay. Sorry. Early save on. So we just kept it daylight savings time all year, which I know we just passed. Well, we passed a law right at the federal government right now. But we actually just passed a law in California. We didn't pass a law. We just passed the ability for the legislators to make a decision on it. They can keep it at daylight savings time with your now it's up to them now. But even in the wintertime, it was a tax Bill. We wouldn't they? Approval. They just go ahead and do it. Anyway. True for something serious. Like changing the time know, then they have to have permission. It is sixteen minutes after the hour. Get a break coming up here. John your quarter the week. Can we get that in real quick here? Okay. The quote of the week is by Tom Vilsek who used to be the secretary of agriculture under Obama. And he said, I don't care what anybody says nothing is better than a tomato you grow. There's something about it. It's different than tomato. You can buy. It's a great thing. And he is absolutely correct. Yes. Okay. Break coming up here in just a very few minutes. We're going to be back with our guest. We have two guests this show with this two hours with our second guess next hour being our guests will be Scott dagger with Tamayo mania. Okay. And coming up soon as David king right into tomato tomato maniac should say March fifteenth through the fourteen. Okay. So that said don't hear the music, but we do have a break coming up. So we're going to step aside garden America coming. Right back studying a.
"john belk nascar" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Back. Thank you so much for your time. Your dedication your support of garden America whale. Appreciate it. I'm Brian main John Belk NASCAR tiger Pella. Fox the usual suspects are here. We all your garden buddies Stephanie is standing by. And we're going to be giving away a one hundred dollar gift certificate today. But first of all this show just wouldn't be complete without John's famous quote of the week. You know, I picked a quote in honor of having Stephanie from heirloom roses on the show. And the quote says I'd love to prune my roses. That's the one thing. I feel that I really do pretty well. It's like if you're a painter you can forget everything else while you're doing it where you have to because you're going to get stuck with thorns you've got to be paying attention. And that quote was from Julie Andrews, really, yeah. Good for you. Julie now tiger can attest to the fact that when I I'd have to trim my roses back. I've got so many plants in the way in terms of trying to maneuver around everything. There's no doubt that I'm gonna get stuck. I'm going to get pricked. I'm going to get thorny. It's going to be a thorny pruning day for me. It's painful, it is painful. Beauty pruning roses is not for sissies. Sammy way scriptural headfirst into a rose the other day, by the way up my face. You did. Yeah. I thought I figured you just started playing hockey. You are back on the ice at bled all over one in the house and the part that was bleeding. I got to stop. And then I looked at my face in the mirror. There's three other thorns in there. You know, what I I see your nose. And that's where it was right there on your no maybe later on. We'll get we'll get a close up because people are dying to look at your nose. All right. Speaking of roses, and thorns triad. So speaking of roses and thorns, but also beautiful things we have Stephanie Coker with heirloom roses, and she's going to bring us up to date on what's happening over there at heirloom roses, because they have a bunch of new things that they're introducing this year plants roses, all of the sorts. Stephanie good morning. Hey, good morning guys. Hey, so heirloom roses is is like reinventing themselves over there. I mean, they're not just roses. Now, I was that you guys is website just the other day and all of the new items aside from plants even there, you know, the the gift items the the plants the roses. You guys have been busy this off season. Yeah. We have been busy. And you know, I it actually started last year we had a bit of demand from our customer for some companion plants people were looking for some some plants to kind of balance out there rose bed. And so we brought in some hide ranches. And the response was just absolutely incredible. We told out of every branch, and we had and so we started we started reaching out into some new areas this year and have brought on some additional companion plants, and so far the response has also been very very good. So we're gonna continue that you know, what it is just like a Rosenthal. To not be satisfied with only four thousand plans to choose off course. Are you? Are you kidding me? You know, this is a this is a company over here that's doing their best to preserve rose varieties provide as much selection as possible to these people, and they just aren't satisfied that they're like we want more that airline roses has to go out and find other plants for them to help pick. But think of it. I drink is growing the shade. Right. Rhododendrons straight roses. Don't right. So there you go. That's right. So if you want to do your entire landscape you can now go to heirloom roses and get plants for sun. Yeah. So seventy give us a little taste of what you guys are. Introducing now I do have some images up. So let me start off with ones that we have. And you're going to have to correct me if I'm saying this wrong, but we'll start off with a road rhododendron. And it goes by the name of is it bait and Bayden. Red. Yep. Oh, Bonbonniere Baden-Baden, right? Tell us a little bit about Baden Baden Baden Baden is a a reddish color, a bright red waxy flowers got a real dark center to it. The foliage is beautiful foliage is a bright green, shiny. And it's it's really a good hardy variety. It's good and don't five through ten and it's a nice compact side. It's not gonna get crazy on you. It's going to be about two feet by three feet spread. So beautiful variety. Partial sun, just a great read kind of a companion plant for you. And we have that up on our Facebook right now, those of you watching on Facebook, and then let's stay with rhododendrons. But I found this one really interesting because the bud color of the flower for this rhododendron. Is different than the flower color. This is Percy Wiseman, and it's got that really deep kind of pinkish, bud. But then when it opens up, it's kind of a pale almost white flour. And I thought the contrast on the plant looked really spectacular. Yeah. It's kind of a pale white bloom, and it's tipped in the pink on the edges. The really neat thing about this one is the green leaves have sort of a velvety tan underside. So if you're kind of doing it from the side, you get a different look at it. Then if you're doing it from the front beautiful landscape plant as well, very versatile. Good for mass planting so if you wanna do a hedge or you've got an area where you want a few of them Percy. Weisman would be a great choice. He will before we when we switch to another plant here. I wanna ask you we when we were in England this past year, we saw rhododendron, and it was probably about eleven to twelve feet tall or any of these Friday that you guys releasing big ones or are. They all the more compact ones. Yeah. I kept everything pretty compact this year, just because you know, a lot of our our customers are are supplementing their current gardens. And so I didn't think that anybody really wanted anything that was going to get that that big. But certainly if somebody had a request for something, I certainly would entertain it. Most of them are that we're looking at are going to get about three to four feet at the at the maps. You. I just had an idea since you're talking about rhododendrons. I notice it that our good friends. Sue crane was on Facebook. Yes. She's on watching the show and her husband. Yeah. Found a rhododendron that came up from a seedling that is a spectacular color. It was huge wasn't it. And what did they name it? We had we had a contest for the night. Trying to think of what the name was. But I was thinking wouldn't that be great exclusive for heirloom roses? That's a lot of pressure to put on Bob there. Well, all he would have to do it would be to give them one. And then they can do. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. Got my attention. So so get in touch with me. And we'll see what we can't do. There you go. Hey, now, let's switch up because this was a okay in San Diego. We have a neighborhood called south park in through south park, the streets, all go intrigue names. So there's I street cedar street, pine street all the basics, but I've always seen cow ministry, and I've never really known what a cow Mia was. And I saw you guys are listening, and then the one that I picked out, and I'm showing on Facebook Libery now is is minuet. So what what's a cow Mia? Me is are a a shrub, and they're they're similar to rhododendron only much much smaller. The neat thing about county. Is there also known as far as a mountain laurels cameras or compact their blooms are really neat because they start off with sort of berry berry like sized, bud. And then just sort of pop open to this little umbrella shaped sort of bloom, lots of arrogation in the bloom and just a beautiful little landscape plan, very.