Ep. 4-7: A Passion for Peppers | Kearley Seed and Pepper Co.

View this post on Instagram This is the second van full of plants we’re loading to bring to the @txhotsaucefestival for this weekend! #peppers #pepperplant #pepperplants #hotsaucefestival #texashotsaucefestival #kspco #kspco2018 A post shared by Kearley Seeds & Pepper Co. (@kspco_) on Sep 21, 2018 at 5:31pm PDT Music: Going Home by Lee Rosevere Show Notes: […]

Ep. 3-8: Hurricane Harvey & Gardening Through Natural Disasters

I wasn’t sure how to talk about Hurricane Harvey or even if I should even discuss it on the podcast. While I experienced some flooding issues related to my garden and yard, my house is still in tact. That said, I think it was and is valuable to talk about the storm and other natural […]

Ep. 3-7: Fall Edible Garden Tour

This is the first in a series of solo episodes for late fall/early winter. Back in October I recorded an audio tour of the the edible garden! I think you will enjoy this episode—there’s a chorus of crows to add some ambiance throughout the show! All of the plants I mentioned are in the show […]

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 […]

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

We ventured out of the garden recently, because it’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 […]

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