Making It Grow

Making It Grow is SCETV's weekly gardening show.

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Episodes

  • The Aquarium and Reptile Conservation Center

    Amanda and Terasa are joined by Christopher Burtt and Carmen Ketron.
  • Carnivorous Plants and Citrus

    Carnivorous plant gardens and Orangeburg citrus.
  • Catahoula Flutes and Kalmia Gardens

    Amanda and Terasa are joined by Vicky Bertagnolli, Dr. John Nelson, and Davis Sanders.
  • SCBG Bird Garden

    Amanda and Terasa are joined by Vicky Bertagnolli, Dr. John Nelson, and Davis Sanders.
  • Citrus Trees and Colonial Williamsburg Apple Trees

    Amanda and Terasa are joined by Jackie Jordan, Rob Last, and Mary Vargo.
  • Fall Inspired Ikebana and Historic Columbia

    Amanda and Terasa are joined by Jackie Jordan, Rob Last, and Mary Vargo.
  • Hickory Top Farm, Oak Leaves, and The Watergoat

    Amanda and Terasa are joined by Rob Last and Dr. Herrick Brown.
  • Sal's Ol' Timey Feed & Seed, Gills Creek Watershed

    Amanda and Terasa are joined by Rob Last and Dr. Herrick Brown.

About Making It Grow

Making It Grow is an award-winning program produced by SCETV and Clemson University. Host Amanda McNulty from Clemson Extension along with Clemson Extension Master Gardener State Coordinator Agent Terasa Lott plus other Extension Agents and featured guests offer research-based information on a variety of gardening, agricultural, and environmental topics, while also highlighting interesting places and products from around South Carolina.

  • ETVHD: Tuesday at 7 pm, Saturday at 8 am
  • SC CHANNEL:  Tuesday at 8 pm, Saturday at 5 pm  

Funding for Making it Grow is provided by: The South Carolina Department of Agriculture, McLeod Farms, The South Carolina Farm Bureau Federation and Farm Bureau Insurance, Wesley Commons, and Boone Hall Farms

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Making It Grow

Gardening and horticulture news and tips, as well as agricultural information from Amanda McNulty, the host of SCETV's "Making It Grow" and Clemson University Extension Agent. Produced by South Carolina Public Radio.Making It Grow Minutes are produced by South Carolina Public Radio, in partnership with Clemson University's Extension Service.

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