The show is a production of the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and PFC Holding Company. The Georgia Gardener is a show designed specifically for Georgians. It airs at 7:30 p.m. Thursdays and 10 a.m. Saturdays on GPTV. It’s a three-step process. Reeves shows how to (1) fertilize, to stimulate new growth and new flowers; (2) deadhead, to remove faded flowers and encourage more blooms; and (3) replace weak plants and replace them with healthy ones. Annual flowers make summer more beautiful, but they need a little help to look their best. On “The Georgia Gardener” Aug. 5 and 7, host Walter Reeves shows a simple approach to making the most of your summer annuals. Finally, Reeves visits a beleaguered Burford holly and finds a dramatic problem with insect pests. And sometimes, he says, the solution to such attacks isn’t easy. Reeves also talks with Hank Bruno, trails manager at Callaway Gardens. Bruno shows how to get a drooping azalea limb to make a whole new plant the easy way.