Ep. 3-4: A Good Garden Conversation | Julie Rorrer

We ventured out of the garden recently, because itโ€™s September which is when all the prickly pears (tunas) are ripe, and came back with 220 pounds of prickly pears. We peeled them (which takes a long long time as you try to avoid getting any glochids in your hands), juiced them, strained them, strained them […]

Ep. 3-3: The Beginner’s Garden | Jill McSheehy

A post shared by Journey with Jill (@thebeginnersgarden) on Sep 30, 2017 at 6:59am PDT Earlier this year I was doing my monthly search for new gardening podcasts on iTunes when I was delighted to find Jill’s podcast The Beginner’s Garden. A relatively new gardener herself, Jill gets down to business on her podcast talking […]

Ep. 2-11: Southern Fruit Trees and Easy Edibles | Trey Watson

A Red Gold nectarine tree blooming here today ๐Ÿ˜Š – – #nectarinetree #nectarine #fruittree #fruittreeblossoms #blossom #bloomingnow #flowering #orchard #leggcreekfarm A post shared by Legg Creek Farm (@leggcreekfarm) on Feb 24, 2017 at 8:29pm PST Last fall Trey Watson with Legg Creek Farm reached out to me, requesting to be a guest on the podcast. […]

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 A post shared by Renee Garner (@wolfienthesneak) on Jul 27, 2016 at 11:03am PDT 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 […]

Ep. 2-5: Adapting Where You’re Planted | Nicole Poole

Last one. Greens, greens & more greens. Sorry for the overgram of the garden today. BUT FALL gardens rock! #backyardgarden #urbangarden #houstongarden A photo posted by Nicole (@offshorewife) on Oct 13, 2016 at 4:00pm PDT This week’s episode is another gardener from the Houston area who has roots in northeast Louisiana. Nicole Poole began gardening […]

Ep. 2-2: Local Food, Farmers Markets, and Simple Living | Lisa Valinsky

A few years ago I came across Lisa’s blog and was intrigued by her writing about life in New England, from the gorgeous farmers markets she visited, the the wonderful places she was often hiking. Over time we made a connection and have become internet friends and after seeing Lisa post about getting a garden […]

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