Ep. 3-22: Tropical Aspirations and Edible Gardening in New York State | Sheron McFarlane

#gardenbliss I thought that my #2017garden was breathtaking but the plans I have for the #2018garden has me pretty speechless 😶 This area is undoubtedly beautiful on it’s own but soon will be filled in with some dual purpose florals and herbs to attract the beneficial insects as well as to bring continued health and […]

Ep. 3-21: All About Hoyas | Sara Pham

This week’s episode is moving indoors—to indoor plants! My friend Sara has become a serious hoya fanatic over the last 10-12 years. I invited her on to the podcast to talk about her love affair with hoyas because houseplants are one aspect that I don’t have a lot of experience with in gardening. While I’ve […]

Ep. 3-12: Bamboo, Plant Obsessions, and Creating Ninth Ward Nursery | Mark Sanders

Welcome to the Jungle A post shared by Ninth Ward Nursery (@ninthwardnursery) on Sep 19, 2017 at 12:52pm PDT What if you took that step from selling the extra cuttings and propagated plants from your garden on Craigslist and Ebay to the next level and upped the game to build your own full-fledged nursery? Sounds […]

Ep. 3-6: Bromeliads | Joanne Woolsey & Jimbo’s Nursery

Today’s guest is Joanne Woolsey of Jimbo’s Nursery here in Greater Houston. As you will hear in the episode, Jimbo’s is specialty nursery focusing primarily on a variety of bromeliads as well as other tropicals, including succulents. This kind of nursery is very unique for the area! My first visit to Jimbo’s was back in […]

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