Ep. 2-8: Perennial Edibles And The Garden As Art | Renee Garner

Perennial onions about to take over! Egyptian walking, potato onions, multipliers, and l'itoi

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Today’s guest is Renee Garner an artist based out of North Carolina. We ‘met’ online at least a decade ago on Gayla Trail’s You Grow Girl forums, when those were still around. Over the years we’ve exchanged emails, I’ve bought several pieces of her art work, and we’ve seen the addition of children to our gardens! Our conversation was shorter than I would have liked due to circumstances on both of our ends and I didn’t get to cover everything I wanted to ask her about her garden and gardening methods. She recently rented goats to clear some areas of her yard to expand a garden and that was a topic I didn’t get a chance to delve into that! If you are interested in permaculture and growing perennial edibles, this episode is for you! You can visit Renee on her blog or follow her gardening and home renovations on her Instagram account.


Download Ep. 2-8

Music: ‘Going Home’ by Lee Rosevere

Show Notes:
+Bokashi composting
+Making your own walnut ink
+Permaculture design course
+DIY Seed Bombs
+Homemade Elderberry Syrup
+Sorrel
+Sunchokes

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One thought on “Ep. 2-8: Perennial Edibles And The Garden As Art | Renee Garner

  1. Eren says:

    Renee!!! I have known Renee through the internet since we were in VA! How nice to get caught up with her. I love hearing you to talk about gardening with your littles. It does get easier, but then gets a bit harder when they’re teenagers. Ha! Kept up the great podcasts!!!

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