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MAKING IT GROW

May 20, 2014

  • Aired: 05/20/2014
  • 54:41
  • Rating: TV-G
Rita Bachmann from Rita's Roots Backyard Harvest and Tony Bertauski from Trident Technical College. The side counter will have Kimberly Ambrose with Leadenwah Landscape making window boxes. The featured segment will be a trip to Lexington, SC where we will see a home landscape that focuses on native azaleas. We will also talk about the Sumter Iris Festival.
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FTC Diversified, McLeod Farms, S.C. Department of Agriculture, Santee Cooper, Glory Foods, Artfields.
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