Ep. 4-12: Edible Abundance in the North Country | Meg Cowden

View this post on Instagram Textures. I love the textures of a well-planted veggie patch and how the leaf structures and colors create pockets of edible artwork that become as beloved and necessary as visual nourishment as they are actual nutrition. I tend to plant in blocks, usually in a minimum of a 4’x4’ square; […]

Ep. 4-11: Collard Greens + Mangoes: Merging Southern and Tropical Flavors in Florida | Danielle Rose

View this post on Instagram My grandma gave me bulbs of her gloriosa lilies and now they’re trailing all over our yard, up the lemon tree, and over the fence. Fine by me. #gloriosalily #floridagarden #grandmasgarden #gloriosa #flamelily A post shared by Suwannee Rose (@suwanneeroses) on Nov 20, 2018 at 10:18pm PST Music: Going Home […]

Ep. 4-10: A Passion for Plants and Garden Design in Ireland | Peter Donegan

View this post on Instagram 12 Dec 2018: episode 398 – My guest, David Ward Garden & Nursery Director @bethchattogardens Subscribe in iTunes, Spotify etc or catch it on the website. pic: w/ thx Lee Connelly @skinnyjeangardener A post shared by The Sodshow (@sodshow) on Dec 5, 2018 at 5:44am PST just broke ground at […]

Ep. 4-9: 2018 Garden Year in Review

View this post on Instagram I’m loving the texture on this Thompson’s yucca, Yucca thompsoniana, at the Chihuahuan Desert Nature Center and Botanic Garden. We stopped by the gardens for a hike and enjoyed a bit of their gardens before heading for our destination of Davis Mountains State Park over Thanksgiving break. Since I’m finally […]

Ep. 4-8: Cultivating Resilient Garden Design in Central Texas | Michael Wolfert & Symbiosis Regenerative Systems

View this post on Instagram This is a swale and berm system we set up to deter water away from the house. Swales and berms are great for under ground aquifers, as low maintence gardens, and are ideal for planted trees! #permacultureatx #atx #austintx #hillcountry #offgrid #greenliving #symbiosistx #permaculture #swales #berms A post shared by […]

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. 4-6: Nurturing an Urban Gardening Community and Business | Timothy Hammond

View this post on Instagram Farm Friday 👨🏾‍🌾 On Friday I’m going to be giving an update on what’s going on at the Big City Gardener farm space. Planted 6 rows: 2 cilantro, 2 arugula , and 2 mesclun greens. Still have a lot of work to do and rows to plant. Need to cut […]

Ep. 4-5: Nerding Out on Gardening | Christy Wilhelmi & Gardenerd

View this post on Instagram I have a feeling it's going to be a good tomato year. Happy Saturday!! Enjoying my Marvel stripe tomato. 🍅 A post shared by Gardenerd (@gardenerd1) on Jun 30, 2018 at 10:04am PDT Music: Going Home by Lee Rosevere Show Notes: +Gardenerd.com & Gardenerd Podcast +@gardenerd1 on Instagram +Gardenerd on […]

Ep. 4-4: Permaculture, Natural History, & the Urban Garden | Katelyn Reeves

View this post on Instagram Prepping my ethnobotany presentation today for the Native Arts Day event. It's hosted by the Rio Brazos Master Naturalist this coming Saturday at Big bear Museum in Cleburne. Trying to pick which native plants would be most interesting but also most significant to the tribes who lived here for ages […]

Ep. 4-3: Wildflowers of Texas | Michael Eason

Zinnia grandiflora Asclepias asperula Stretpanthus culteri Stenandrium and Physaria All photos above courtesy of Michael Eason. Photo cover from Timber Press. In the spring I previewed and then bought the newly published Wildflowers of Texas field guide which has turned out to be the book I’ve always wanted but had been missing from my field […]

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