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Across the Fence is the longest-running locally-produced program in the US. We have been on-air on WCAX-TV since 1955! Across the Fence is produced by the University of Vermont Extension. Visit http://www.uvm.edu/extension/atfence Bud Qualk travels to an iris paradise just off of Kentucky Lake at the home of Dennis Dreyer, iris horticulturist. Dreyer has been growing irises for thirty years and has around seven-hundred varieties of tall bearded irises that he cares for and hybridizes. The gardening show where you learn from the masters. Bud Qualk, Purchase Area Master Gardener, has hosted Master Gardening since its inception in 2004. Paducah 2 Television is produced through the facilities and administration of West Kentucky Community and Technical College. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsExtension Master GardenersA Statewide Tour of Tennessee Extension Master Gardeners- 2018Extension Master Gardener-CompostingLicking County Master Gardeners 2019 {GARDEN}Master Gardeners gather for biennial conferencePima County Master Gardeners

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13 Comments

  • Equal Justice Liberty 1 month ago

    I have some light purple irises that smell like grape popsicles.

  • Sweta Wexler 1 month ago

    Where does one get good iris varieties? I am really loving these flowers.

  • Beverly Brown 1 month ago

    Where do you get the metal flower supports

  • Pavazamalli 1 month ago

    Informative, thanks. Oh, let him have a few rhizomes and the wife some flowers. The joy is in the sharing 🙂

  • This guy sounds just like John Goodman

  • The Hobbit 1 month ago

    what an idiot. If you don't know shit…just laugh half of your video…. people won't kown. Cause most people are infact as pointless as you are.

  • wildchook (Mary) 1 month ago

    Great video.

  • Nicole Schiffhauer 1 month ago

    This was an awesome video! Answered all my question except one. Does Mr. Dreyer sell any of his plants? Love the fact that he addresses clay soil too and exactly how much sun he gets. I live here in Southeast/Coastal Georgia. We have really hot sun and most plants that need full sun actually need a bit of shade here. Also loved the host and this channel. I watch for other varieties of flowers as well!

  • League of Legends ARAM 1 month ago

    Bud Qualk don't sound like no master gardener to me, hell nah

  • Nightmare Munoz 1 month ago

    I wanna know where he got those metal stands for the flowers freaking awesome

  • Nicolaas Strik 1 month ago

    The host a bit too giggly. Maybe he is smoking some plants?

  • dc0145a 1 month ago

    Just found your channel…. Very informative. Can't wait for spring to get out in the garden….

  • Jeri Green 1 month ago

    totally informative … thank you!!!!