Volunteering with the Watson Rare Native Plant Preserve

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Ti-Ti, Cyrilla racemiflora, blooming in its appropriate habitat location.

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A treefrog found a temporary place to rest on Lisa’s leg!

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Calopogon tuberosus

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Show Notes:
Watson Rare Native Plant Preserve
Watson Rare Native Plant Preserve Facebook Group

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Wild Edible Botanicals of North America | Jimmy Fike

Jimmy Fike, an Arizona based artist who recently spent more than a decade photographing North America’s Edible and Medicinal Plants, produced gorgeous photographic prints of his subjects and turned them into a beautiful coffee table book. The prints are meticulously photographed, designed to allow the viewer to get an up close and personal view of the species displayed, supplemented with short narratives about each plant. In our conversation, Jimmy talks about how the project began and evolved through the decade+ of working on the project, his favorite species encountered, and how he photographs and works with each specimen.


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Show Notes:
+Jimmy Fike’s Website – Find his book, prints, and social media here!

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Penstemons, Bog Gardening, and Spring Unfolding | A Garden Catchup Episode!

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Music: Going Home by Lee Rosevere


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Show Notes:
Concrete Beds 1 & Concrete Beds 2

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Introduction to Florida’s Carnivorous Plants | Kenny Coogan


We’re back in Florida today with my guest Kenny Coogan. Kenny is the author of the soon to be released book FLORIDA’S CARNIVOROUS PLANTS: UNDERSTANDING, IDENTIFYING, AND CULTIVATING THE STATE’S NATIVE SPECIES, Education Director of the International Carnivorous Plant Society, and also sells carnivorous plants at some of Florida’s various markets as well as occasionally online. Now, I have a fairly basic understanding of carnivorous plants and how they work but Kenny and his book take it to another level, bringing the knowledge straight to the beginning grower but also making it interesting enough for those who may already be growing or familiar with some of North America or Florida’s carnivorous plant species. While we talk about the book itself we branch out into other species that can be found worldwide as well as talk about the International Carnivorous Plant Society, the upcoming World Carnivorous Plant Day and it’s associated photo contest. There’s a lot packed into the episode and you’ll have to be sure to check out the show notes for the episode for a discount code on your pre-order of Kenny’s book as well as where to submit your own photos for the World Carnivorous plant day photo contest.

Music: Going Home by Lee Rosevere


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Show Notes:
+World Carnivorous Plant Day Merch that helps with conservation efforts
+ICPS Photo Contest Details
+Get an Autographed Book from Kenny here!
+Coupon code is FLCP30 and expires May 31: Florida’s Carnivorous Plants via the Publisher’s website
+Critter Companions on Facebook & Critter Companions by Kenny Coogan on Instgram.

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Getting to Know the Florida Native Plant Society | Valerie Anderson

Music: Going Home by Lee Rosevere


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Show Notes:
+Florida Native Plant Society
+FNPS YouTube channel

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Bicycling with Butterflies | Sara Dykman

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Sara Dykman embarked on her Butterbike Tour, leaving Mexico and following the monarch migration to Canada and back to Mexico in 2017. She published Bicycling with Butterflies in 2021 which chronicles her encounters with monarchs, humans, and nature along the way.

Music: Going Home by Lee Rosevere


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Show Notes:
+Beyond A Book

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Mini Fruit Gardening & Fiction Garden Writing | Christy Wilhelmi

Music: Going Home by Lee Rosevere


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Show Notes:
+Gardenerd.com & Gardenerd Podcast
+@gardenerd1 on Instagram
+Gardenerd on Facebook
+Ep. 4-5: Nerding Out on Gardening | Christy Wilhelmi on The Garden Path Podcast
+Christy’s Patreon
+Christy’s YouTube
+Episode 19: Christy Wilhelmi on the Root Simple podcast
+Ep. 105: Gardenerd’s Tips for Organic Gardening Success on the Root Simple podcast
+Episode 119: A Chat with Gardenerd on the Root Simple podcast
Christy’s Books:
+Gardening for Geeks
+400 Tips for Organic Gardening Success
+Garden Variety
+Grow Your Own Mini Fruit Garden

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Tracking Novel Invasive Species: Green Cliff Brake Fern & the Jorō spider



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+The Jorō Jungle in North Georgia via Using Georgia Native Plants
+Invasive Spiders Don’t Have to Stay via Using Georgia Native Plants
+NEW FIND: JORO SPIDER via Southern Meadows
+JORO SPIDER UPDATE: CONTROLLING THIS INVASIVE SPECIES via Southern Meadows
+The Status of the Non-Native Fern Cheilanthes viridis (Pteridaceae) in the United States.

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Sowing Tomato Seeds

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Winding Down the 2021 Garden

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Salvia madrensis


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