Skunkweed asks a lot of good questions about gardening, and we do our best to give him some answers.
We started doing free verse haiku poems to spice up the required public service announcement and weather segments of the live radio broadcast.
One thing we’ve learned is that it’s best to rehearse if possible. Here we are in Deadwood, SD with local icon, Potato Creek Johnny.
The world premier of Oil Can’s free verse haiku about Blunt, SD. This clip also features references to Confetti Squash and Airwolf.
Rehearsing a song about breaking news in Hot Springs, SD, apparently a masked gardener is illegally pruning trees, downtown in Centennial Park.
We recorded this one live from the public broadcasting tent at the 605 Summer Classic music festival. With performances by Billy Yost of the Kickback, and a local favorite, Condor. Plus News from Pierre, a gardening tip, and a new song by the Rock Garden Tour Family Band. Thanks to 605 Magazine for the invitation, […]
Tony, our preferred stylist, gives Flowerman the “medium” cut while singing a love song by Elvis Presley.
If you’ve ever dreamed of setting a world’s record for growing the largest hailstone, this episode isn’t going to be of much help. But we do talk about the world’s largest turnip at some point. And John Boylan, curator of probably the world’s largest Swamp Thing collection, joins us for an interview. Plus free range […]
Spring is about possibility, and hope, and jokes about Jesse Spano. This episode features less talk and more witty banter about gardening, with an interview with custom chicken coop maker, Greg Peterson, a live performance by Pleasure Horse, and lots of other stuff. Enjoy the show, and keep it rural.