East Coast Home Show: August 19 & 20 2017

Come on out on August 19, & 20 . 2017.  Yours truly will be giving talks Saturday and Sunday.   Please come out and support local businesses.    Bring your soil samples as I will be doing free pH testing.  If you would like more information please visit: https://www.tampahomeshow.com/

Talks on Saturday and Sunday are TBD.

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Ask Mr. Greenthumb Sizzle Reel 2017

A New Gardening Show dedicated not just for Florida but the entire country, check your local PBS listing this Spring 2018.
For Potential Sponsors Please download this Ask Mr. Greenthumb TV Series Media Proposal Kit

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Growing Bonsai’s

Everybody calls it “Bons Eye” but it’s actually pronounced “Bone’s Eye” These plants are trying to be miniaturize trees. It doesn’t matter if it’s an elm or a pine, you are going to keep them a small plant. This often involves root pruning and trimming of branches in order to keep a tree like appearance.

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We are proud to announce that Ask Mr. Greenthumb with Stan DeFreitas will be coming to television. Beginning May 1, 2011 you can catch Ask Mr. Greenthumb with Stan DeFreitas on WTSP Channel 10 in Tampa.

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Stan is firing up the microphone and laying down some tracks to some future podcasts. Stay tunned for more news on this and other great stuff from Mr. Greenthumb.

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About

Also known as “Mr. Greenthumb”, Stan DeFreitas has experience as a urban horticulturist working for the Pinellas County Extension Service and has taught horticulture at the St. Petersburg College. “Mr. Greenthumb” has spread gardening know-how on radio, tv and newspaper columns in both the Clearwater Sun and the Tampa Tribune.