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Hello. This is our newest, weekly series. The host, creator, producer of this show is a veteran podcaster and the Executive Producer and Host of National Public Television series: Growing a Greener World (currently in its 9th year). (www.GrowingAGreenerWorld.com). The site that hosts our podcast show is a companion site to our television show site at GrowingAGreenerWorld.com. Thank you.

Hello. This is our newest, weekly series. The host, creator, producer of this show is a veteran podcaster and the Executive Producer and Host of National Public Television series: Growing a Greener World (currently in its 9th year). (www.GrowingAGreenerWorld.com). The site that hosts our podcast show is a companion site to our television show site at GrowingAGreenerWorld.com. Thank you.
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United States

Description:

Hello. This is our newest, weekly series. The host, creator, producer of this show is a veteran podcaster and the Executive Producer and Host of National Public Television series: Growing a Greener World (currently in its 9th year). (www.GrowingAGreenerWorld.com). The site that hosts our podcast show is a companion site to our television show site at GrowingAGreenerWorld.com. Thank you.

Twitter:

@joegardener

Language:

English

Contact:

678.404.7878


Episodes

035-Gardening Myths BUSTED, Pt. 2 with Linda Chalker-Scott

1/16/2018
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In this podcast post, Dr. Linda Chalker-Scott continues to shed light on some of the most common gardening myths. Today we’re covering a diverse range of topics including controlling Japanese beetles, companion planting, composting techniques, watering, why not to use baking soda for disease control, and do scarecrows work? The following commentary is derived from […]

Duration: 00:57:06


034-Gardening Myths BUSTED, Pt. 1 with Linda Chalker-Scott

1/11/2018
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SHOW NOTES WILL BE POSTED BY 5:00pm ET – 1/11/18

Duration: 00:58:18


033-Savvy Seed Catalog Shopping

1/4/2018
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SHOW NOTES FOR THIS EPISODE WILL POST ON 1/4/18 BY 5:30PM EST

Duration: 00:57:21


032-What’s Ahead for 2018

12/28/2017
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SHOW NOTES FOR THIS EPISODE WILL BE POSTED ON 12/28/17 BY 11:30PM ET.

Duration: 00:37:04


031-Botanical Latin 101: The Non-Geek’s Guide to the Language of Plants

12/21/2017
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Learning Botanical Latin 101 is the gold standard for gardeners who really want to start expanding their knowledge of plant names. But finding resources for learning the official language of plants can be a challenge. Few classes are offered to the public around the country on the topic (Botanical Gardens are your best bet), and […]

Duration: 00:42:41


030-Best Gardening Products Ever: Gear, Tools & Resources We Can’t Live Without

12/14/2017
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I’m a sucker for the next great gardening gadget. But I hate to waste money. I’ve wasted a lot of money. So finally, after too many times getting sucker punched, I decided it was time to take matters into my own hands. Suffice it to say I was sick and tired of taking the bait […]

Duration: 00:40:44


029-My Five Biggest Gardening Mistakes of All Time (and what I learned from them)

12/7/2017
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COMPLETE SHOW NOTES WILL BE POSTED ON 12/8/17 BY 10:30am EST

Duration: 00:43:32


028-The Role of Minerals in Making Great Soil

11/30/2017
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Complete show notes for this episode will be posted by 9:30am EST on 12/1/17. Thank you!

Duration: 00:28:45


027-Changing the Way America Eats with Dan Barber

11/23/2017
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This episode is a fascinating discussion with one of the great chefs and thought leaders of our time. What Dan Barber so passionately and eloquently shares in this podcast I cannot do justice by trying to translate it into show notes. So I won’t. To fully appreciate Dan’s message here, it needs to […]

Duration: 00:55:10


026-Using Leaves as Mulch and Compost (and why leaves change color and shed)

11/16/2017
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I consider leaves to be Mother Nature’s greatest gift to gardeners. Beyond their unparalleled beauty when they peak in a kaleidoscope of fall color we all enjoy; real gardeners know the greatest gift is still to come. While there is no dispute over the spectacular beauty of leaf color change each autumn, I’m the guy […]

Duration: 00:37:30


025-Five Biggest Mistakes of Tree Care

11/9/2017
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Show notes will be added on the morning of 11/9/17 EST. Thank you.

Duration: 00:56:16


023-Attracting and Protecting Pollinators with Eric Mader

10/26/2017
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Attracting and protecting pollinators is something many of us have become more concerned about in recent years. The combination of wide-scale pesticide use and habitat loss are two of the biggest culprits to the problem. While it’s unfortunate that we are facing such broad threats of species loss and extinction, fortunately, we have organizations […]

Duration: 00:42:03


021 How Plants Work with Linda Chalker-Scott

10/12/2017
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Understanding how plants work has been one of the most liberating experiences of my gardening profession and avocation. While I will always remain curious, especially when it comes to plants, I will never know it all. Nor do I want to. What’s the fun in that? However, having a sound basis from which to draw […]

Duration: 00:50:55


020-Gardening for the Birds with Margaret Roach

10/5/2017
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Acclaimed gardener and passionate bird enthusiast Margaret Roach will often say that the birds taught her how to garden. Accordingly, she found herself gardening for the birds. Over time, Margaret created a 365 day-a-year bird-friendly garden that also provided year-round beauty. Today, countless birds and over 1000 people a year visit her stunning 2-acre wildlife […]

Duration: 00:56:55


019-GardenFarm Audio Journal – First Day of Fall, 2017

9/28/2017
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Photos and notes for this podcast will be posted on Friday morning, 9/29/17 – EST. Thank you. We’re sorry for the delay. Links & Resources

Duration: 00:44:17


018-HGTV’s A Gardener’s Diary with Erica Glasener

9/21/2017
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For any veteran lover of great gardening television shows, HGTV’s A Gardener’s Diary with Erica Glasener will always hold a special place. Such is the case for me. Even though the show aired its final season in 2006, viewers long for a way to watch any or all the episodes again. Unfortunately, HGTV, the owner […]

Duration: 00:43:08


017-The Five Biggest Mistakes Gardeners Make

9/14/2017
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Over my many years of traveling the country touring gardens both great and small, I’ve managed to summarize what I believe are the five biggest mistakes gardeners make in their home landscapes and gardens. They also happen to be some of the most common. In speaking with horticulturalists and gardeners at every level, as well […]

Duration: 00:45:47


016-Composting A to Z: The Quick and Dirty on Everything Compost

9/7/2017
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If I were only able to give one piece of gardening advice, it would be to feed the soil (and let the soil feed the plants). The essence of any garden’s success begins and ends with the soil. And the best way to build the health of any soil is with compost – the greatest […]

Duration: 00:50:17


015-Life Lessons on Gardening and Design with Margaret Roach

8/31/2017
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Over my long career in horticulture and gardening media, I’ve had the privilege of meeting pretty much all my hero’s – the people that really walk their talk and that I truly respect and admire. In my short list of standouts is Margaret Roach. Our kindred spirits have united us as good friends. […]

Duration: 00:57:45


014-Top Tips for Saving Money in the Garden

8/24/2017
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Several years ago, I was challenged to offer my top tips for saving money in the garden. At the time, the economy was down and a lot of people started growing their own food to try and save on their grocery bill. Unfortunately, a lot of that was often spent gearing up, negating any savings […]

Duration: 00:51:55

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