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This podcast is devoted to all things gardening. National gardening television host, Joe Lamp'l, guides you through each episode with practical tips and information to help you become a better, smarter gardener, no matter where you are on your journey. This series has a strong emphasis on organic gardening and growing food, but covers a diverse range of topics from one of the country's most informed and leading gardening personalities today.
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Gardening with the RHS

Royal Horticultural Society

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'Gardening with the RHS' offers seasonal advice, inspiration and practical solutions to gardening problems. Trusted gardening professionals give you the latest horticultural advice, scientific research and tried and tested techniques to bring out the best in your garden. Topics covered include: growing your own vegetables, flowers, garden design, lawn care and gardening with children. Plus expert masterclasses in topics ranging from cottage garden plants, growing orchids, to pest control and ...
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Gardening Simplified

Newsradio WOOD 1300 and 106.9 FM (WOOD-AM)

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Introducing Gardening Simplified, a new radio show and podcast from Proven Winners ColorChoice Shrubs. Hosted by life-long gardeners Rick Vuyst and Stacey Hirvela, the Gardening Simplified show is designed to share our love of plants and gardening. Whatever your skill or experience level, you’ll find something interesting, useful, and just plain fascinating in every episode.
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Join professional gardener, podcaster, broadcaster and garden writer, Mike Palmer, for lively discussions with gardening personalities and experts from the fantastic world of gardening. Look out for Mike's 'Plant Specials' including dahlias, roses & clematis with more to come. You can see & hear more from Mike in his beautiful garden at his popular Instagram account @mike_thegardener. Mike's podcast is sponsored by Natural Grower the supplier of plant-based products for organic & chemical fr ...
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Al Musthafa Landscape & Gardening is a highly sought-after landscaping company in Dubai that offers high-end residential, villa, and commercial landscape design, development, maintenance & construction services. Al Musthafa Landscape & Gardening Office No 603, 6th floor - Prime Business Centre Tower B - Al Barsha South 4 - Dubai - United Arab Emirates +971555234669 https://almusthafalandscape.com/
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Gardening Related

Master Gardener Rebecca Landrum-Rama & Elizabeth Madison, her niece

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Starting her first garden, Elizabeth turns to her Master Gardener Aunt Rebecca for help. Loving and lively talks about gardening between an up and coming niece and her experienced gardener Aunt. Conversations about life & gardening shared with humor & love. Women supporting women.
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In this podcast, lifelong gardener Don Kinzler joins host John Lamb for a weekly dig into the fruitful topic of gardening in the upper Midwest (North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, eastern Montana and southern Manitoba). Don Kinzler is a horticulturist with North Dakota State University Extension for Cass County. He has been a trusted resource for gardeners in the region for decades. Lamb is an arts and entertainment reporter for The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead and a novice gardener, ready to ...
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This is the home of Podcasted episodes and highlights of Home with the Gardening Gang. Cheralyn Darcey & Pete Little share home & garden news, views and fun every week at Coastfm963. Special guests plus regulars - What’s Hot Vicki, Pet Vet Nurse Tanya, Chef Daniel, Property Guru Lachlan McDonald, and Markets Queen Doreen! At Home with the Gardening Gang is live every Saturday morning 8am - 10am - (Sydney, Australia time) local airwaves Coastfm 96.3fm across the Central Coast of NSW coastfm.o ...
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Hey Zone 9 gardeners! Did you know that we can harvest year round? In the wild child garden, we harvest beautiful veggies 52 weeks a year. There is no need for cover crops, never a time when we can’t plant something, and there is always room to add beauty. Learn how to grow like a wild child in your garden too!
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Do you want to know how to grow plants and get the best out of your outdoor space? Do you find traditional gardening media baffling and/or boring? Then you’re in the right place, because the Roots and All podcast is here to dig deep into how to create a successful garden. If you want honest information and insider knowledge about how to get results, join irreverent horticulturist Sarah Wilson as she chats to the best people from the world of plants and gardens. Sarah is on a mission to help ...
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Ben Gardner and Batavia have been gardening for over 25 years and we want to pass our knowledge on to you. Backyard Gardens is here for everyone to have fun while learning how to grow more food and flowers in their gardens. Every week we break garden topics down like a compost pile so it is easy to understand. We want you to have the most productive and easy to maintain garden so you can spend more time enjoying your space. So let‘s all Learn to Grow and grow for change together.
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Talking Heads - a Gardening Podcast

Lucy Chamberlain and Saul Walker

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Follow head gardeners Saul Walker and Lucy Chamberlain as they reveal exactly what it’s like to be professional horticulturists leading busy teams on large, private estates. Lucy and Saul have a decade of Head Gardening experience and it soon became clear to them both that life as a Head Gardener can be incredibly diverse, occasionally challenging and hugely rewarding and so they regularly discuss horticultural topics close to their hearts and give you an insight into their lives as gardener ...
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Follow along on our journey of living off-grid on our 42 acre homestead in western Colorado as well as running a medicinal herb farm and creating seasonal herbal products to meet the needs of our community. Other topics discussed will include planning and goal setting for your best life, the importance of community building, and tons of DIY projects for the farmstead. Help keep the show going by checking out our online farm store at foxandelder.com/shop. We appreciate your support so, so much!
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Grow a better vegetable garden, whether you're a seasoned gardener or have never grown a thing in your life. Karin helps home gardeners learn to grow their own food using evidence-based techniques and research. She talks all about specific plants, pests, diseases, soil and plant health, mulch, garden planning, and more. It's not just the "how" but also the "why" that makes us better. The goal? For everyone to know how to grow their own food no matter what sized space they have or their exper ...
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Organic Gardening For Beginners is a podcast that helps overwhelmed and time-crunched new gardeners start and maintain their own thriving garden. Join Jessica, owner of Homegrown Food and Flowers and a seasoned gardener with over 20 years of experience, as she shares her tips, resources, and inspiration to help you overcome common barriers to gardening. Get valuable insight on topics like companion planting, seed starting, gardening planning, summer maintenance chores, growing cut flowers, a ...
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Gardening In Canada

Ashley Labrecque

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Gardening in Canada podcast is a podcast dedicated to the science of gardening. From cold climate gardening to indoor plants a soil scientist takes you on the journey of being a plant hobbyist
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Loving Your Garden is a Facebook Group set up by broadcaster Rod Whiting during the very first Covid lockdown in April 2020. It has quickly grown to more than 125 thousand passionate and inspiring gardeners, thanks in no small part to knowledgeable and expert members like John Stirland. John has more than fifty years of experience in horticulture and you can now access his knowledge and that of our members as we link our podcast to LYG’s fortnightly live feed. Each week, we’ll discuss the jo ...
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Dobbies - Our Gardening Podcast

Dobbies - Our Gardening Podcast

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Welcome to our gardening podcasts, your one-stop-shop for all things plants and gardening related. Whether you’re a keen gardener or just getting started, we’ve got something for everyone. Over the coming months, host, gardener and writer, Louise Midgley, will be joined by a series of special guests, giving listeners trusted advice, tried and tested techniques and handy tips to bring out the best in your garden this season.
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The traditional starting point for many gardeners - Easter - falls early this year, so there’s much to be getting on with. Dig It’s Peter Brown and Chris Day bring us the latest events, news and topical advice for the month. Plants mentioned: Forsythia, Snowdrops, Winter Aconites, Narcissi, Ulmus wredei, Buxus, Euonymus Jean Hugues and Green Spire,…
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From rain in January to a blizzard bookended by unseasonable warmth, it's been an odd winter for gardeners in our part of the world. In this episode, Don and John field questions from your fellow Growing Together listeners on what to do and what to look out for as we transition from not-winter to spring.…
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Let's delve into British gardening in former times! Ivonne visits the Garden Museum in London. The galleries here tell the story of gardens in Britain from the 1600s until today. Ivonne points out several nice to know facts. What was the title of the first magazine designed specifically for the amateur gardener? Which flowers did soldier George Moo…
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This week we’re exploring small but useful nuggets of information that have the potential to change the way we interact with our surroundings this growing season. We’re getting seasonal tips on GYO – things like training and pruning apple trees and preparing allotments for the busiest time of year. And, we’re delving into plant names – and the syst…
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Once you decide to make a change your garden will improve over time. Slow and steady wins the race. Learn to Grow. Grow for Change. Buy some of our seeds- https://backyardgardensseeds.etsy.com Get the planter App here https://planter.garden/get/backyard Customized seed starting schedule- sandybottomhomestead@gmail.com Become a Patron to grow our co…
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In this week's episode of the Mike The Gardener - Gardening Podcast, I chat once again to Jekka McVicar whose new book '100 Herbs to Grow' is published 7 March 2024 by Quadrille Publishing.In this fascinating and in-depth chat, we talk about: Jekka's new book, '100 Herbs to Grow'. How to inspire people to grow The future of small and independent sp…
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Pesticide regulations are designed to reduce the harm that pesticide use has on humans and wildlife, but they are not intended to eliminate all risks and ecological damage. To explain how gaps in pesticide regulations fail pollinators and other beneficial insects, pollinator conservation specialist Emily May of the Xerces Society joins me on the po…
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On this episode we are digging in to some of the challenges of growing in our zone 9 climate. I get it, there are definitely challenges, but they should not keep us from growing. In fact. If you have a solution to the challenge, it isn't really even a challenge anymore. That is what we are going to do today! Let's get some solutions to these challe…
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How do You Grow & Preserve Herbs? Jen Jones Pickle's Patch & Permaculture Central Coast Inc. Listen in LIVE 8am - 10am every Saturday morning, locally on the Central Coast of NSW, Australia Coastfm96.3 and streaming everywhere. You can also download the app at Community Radio Plus At Home with the Gardening Gang…
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Spring is such a busy time of year that even knowing where to start can seem overwhelming. This episode breaks down how to avoid that overwhelm and instead learn how to take full advantage of your space and season, starting this spring. Use methods like succession planting, relay planting, transitioning beds, and overwintering to always have someth…
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Potatoes are a cool season crop, and most varieties need between 60 and 120 days to mature, so that means getting them in the ground as soon as the soil can be worked and giving them the time they need to grow. The great thing about potatoes is they can be harvested at any size, so it’s a crop that can do well in a short-season area and can also be…
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In Episode 24, Shane Holinde, the Outreach Manager for the Kentucky Mesonet and Kentucky Climate Center, discusses various topics. He discusses the KY Mesonet, the free downloadable app, and Kentucky Climate Trends. He also talks about the recent USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map change. Additionally, Shane has over 22 years of experience working in te…
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Vicky Chown is a Medical Herbalist, foraging instructor and self taught permaculturist. She’s head gardener at Omved Gardens, a fascinating community garden in London which focuses on food, creativity and wellbeing. What we talk about The idea behind Omved Gardens How nature factors in to the garden Where food and creativity fit in The design of th…
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"Purple" is a new tomato from the Norfolk Plant Science group in England that has genes from a purple snapdragon flower. That modification gives the tomato its deep purple hue through and through, plus packs in more antioxidants.על ידי Charlie Nardozzi, Mary Williams Engisch
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In this episode, we go over more than a dozen topics quickly, based around the Hort Journal's editor's best article picks for 2023. Karen Smith is my mentor and also the editor for our Australian horticulture industry's best magazine, and she has her finger on the pulse when it comes to amenity hort in this country. You'll hear about emerging pest …
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One of Australia's most gifted wildlife photographers, Georgina is passionate about nature. Her books For The Love Of Flora and For The Love Of Birds celebrate the enchantment, beauty and diversity of our natural world. https://www.hoselink.com.au/?utm_source=podcast&utm_medium=all+the+dirt&utm_campaign=5+percent+off…
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In this episode of GardenDC: The Podcast about Mid-Atlantic Gardening, we talk with herbalist Susan Belsinger all about Elderberries. The plant profile is on Dill and we share what's going on in the garden as well as some upcoming local gardening events and this week's garden tasks in the What's New segment. We close out with the Last Word on Winte…
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Should you be pruning now? Today we talk about what you should prune in spring and what you should not. Hear how this unusual spring is affecting honey bees and tapping maple trees for maple syrup with beekeeper and expert, Don Snoeyink. Featured plant: Rise Up Lilac Days climbing rose.על ידי Newsradio WOOD 1300 and 106.9 FM (WOOD-AM)
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Welcome to the February edition of our gardening and allotment podcast! As winter begins to loosen its grip, join us as we dive into the world of blossoming possibilities for your garden and allotment this month. In this episode, we'll explore the exciting tasks that await you in February – from early spring planting tips to essential maintenance f…
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Deep Joy! Winter's last hurrah is nearly upon us, at least if you're in Northern Europe, and it's time to finish off the Winter pruning. Our resident horticulturist John Stirland covers the basics and answers member questions on specific plants including Philadelphus, Fig, Ceonothus, Honeysuckle, and roses. As ever, John covers a lot of ground with…
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Dig in to learn about growing peppers from seed. Find out what to look for on your plants for diseases, where to grow your peppers in the garden, and tips for starting your seeds and warming the soil before transplanting. Want to see the chickens and the farm? Watch the latest video here: Chicken Chores After The Storm Support the podcast at no add…
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On Sunday 18th February, Virginia Heywood - Guide, Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne, was joined by Chris Williams - Lecturer, Urban Horticulture, University of Melbourne, Penny Woodward - Author & edible plant expert, and Karen Sutherland - Edible Eden Design.This week is also subscriber week at 3CR! Listeners who call up during our show to subscrib…
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Winter in the UK is either mild and damp, or cold and windy - and who would want to be outside as a gardener at this time of year - well Saul and Lucy for one, as these months are some of the busiest in all of the 12. While the garden may be slumbering, Head Gardeners and their teams are beavering away on major jobs, garden renovations, cleaning an…
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In this episode of the Maritime Gardening Podcast I talk about everything you need to know about growing strawberries: varieties, what to buy, when to plant, how to plant, maintenance, plant needs and propagation. If you enjoyed this content, please like, share and/or subscribe to my YouTube channel. You can also check out my free audio podcast Mar…
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Our CEO Fiona Taylor visits Slimbridge to chat to Simon Rose from the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust (WWT) about ways to create similar habitats in your growing space. With 75 per cent of wetlands in the UK lost in the last 300 years, Fiona explores the importance of urban bluescapes and bogs as a homes for wildlife. “Wetlands are really rich in wildl…
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