He has a radio show on WSB-AM. You can also watch videos on just about everything to do with gardening at www.gardeningingeorgia.com. Mr Reeves is quite busy for a retired man.
There are a number of blogs that give good information but the cutest Georgia-based gardening blog I have found is www.gardenchick.com. Isn't it adorable? I don't know if there are as many tips as other blogs but the photos are very pretty and the "gardening with kids" section is inspiring. It looks like there are more products to sell than gardening tips but I still love this blog.
I have often downloaded information from www.caes.uga.edu/publications. On this page you can enter a keyword and search for your topic. It is amazing how much information you can get here. You can also find a contact for your local extension agent and contact them for soil sample tests and more information.
YouTube is a good resource for almost any kind of "how-to" video. Above is a video demonstration about organic gardening. Sometimes you learn more about watching someone do something, rather than reading about it. Most of the how-to videos are by ivillage. They are kind of low-tech and not all of them are good but you may find something there that can clear up a gardening problem.
There are quite a number of tips on websites like Pike Nursery, above at www.pikenursery.com/tipsandadvice. I particularly like their monthly calendars.
Above is one of our local Garden websites. I am sure if you couldn't find some information from this or you could drop by and ask some questions.
I would love to hear about your favorite gardening websites and blogs. If you have one to suggest, please leave a comment.