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P. Allen Smith's Garden Home

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Allen is very passionate about poultry! In this episode, Allen talks turkey, chickens and ducks with a few poultry experts. He also shows us his flock of Sebastopol Goslings and the new waterfowl shelter. So if you want to learn a little more about the importance of poultry, this is the show to watch!

Allen loves roses! In this episode Allen visits Monticello, the home of Thomas Jefferson, where he discusses antique roses and shrub roses. Allen then comes back to Arkansas to show off the new rose garden at the Garden Home Retreat. He also tells us how to problem-solve when your roses aren't blooming and how to plant roses in containers. We also visit a garden in Oregon with outstanding shrub roses.

Allen picks a few of his favorite topics to discuss in this episode. He talks to experts about antique furniture and blackberries. He also tells us about heirloom tomatoes and white superior potatoes. We'll also get educated in planting garlic and the different breeds of chickens. Plus Allen visits with an expert on pine straw.

Allen spends time in New York with artist and writer Robert Dash talking about the Madoo Conservancy often described as one of the ten best gardens in America. Next, Allen visits with sculptor and master stone carver Simon Vierty whose work is often garden sculpture. Allen next pays a visit to the renowned Longhouse Reserve. Chef Cassidee Dabney joins Allen in the kitchen to make a delicious Garden Pepper Marmalade.

Allen visits the historic Arlington National Cemetery for its annual Renewal and Remembrance event. Allen learns about the history of the grounds and what Memorial Day means for this historic cemetery. Allen also pays a visit to the Mt. Vernon Estate for a history lesson on the connection between Arlington and the home of our first President. Also, Allen shares his delicious Rosemary Chicken recipe.

Getting started on a gardening or decorating project can be intimidating to some people if you don't know where to begin. That's ok, because today P. Allen Smith is going to hold your hand and help you through every step. We'll learn the top five, first-time gardener mistakes, see someone with a black thumb turn it green and understand when it's time to call in reinforcements.

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