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The Garden Log is an award winning podcast from Ben Dark, Head Gardener at an English country estate. Episodes begin with a review of events in the flowerbeds, meadows and woodland, before moving on to discuss horticultural matters more generally. Ben is an ever-curious host who does not take himself, his job or gardening too seriously. A half-hour spent in his company is a half-hour spent far away from the myriad concerns of modern life.
 
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Good afternoon, For those that have noticed this podcast has been moved so it uploads at a new time. Our podcast will now come out the following week on the morning of the live broadcast. If interested in listening to the live show, it is on Sundays from 6:00 till 7:30 for the Shade Garden and 7:30 till 9:00 EST for Archer's Blues Pit on xrpradio.c…
 
How much should we clean up debris in our gardens in the spring? What are some great late summer blooming red and orange perennials? Is vegetable garden potting soil the same as flower garden potting soil? And what about moles - they've damaged my lawn! Mark Cullen joins us for these and other great garden questions in this episode. Plus we get a s…
 
It's the First Day of Spring and we have a special guest: Niki Jabbour sharing her tips on "Gardening Under Cover" from Halifax, Nova Scotia. Callers are wanting information about starting seeds, plus NOT starting seeds - like crabgrass. Transplanting trees and incorporating clover into lawns is also addressed.…
 
Transplanting, seed starting and TLC for Birch trees dominates the email this week. Meanwhile callers are interested in pruning lilacs, planting violets and getting hyacinths to re-bloom next year. Charlie follows through on her homework - sharing great plants for a shady, moist corner in a caller's yard.…
 
Special episode with a 4 part interview with dunkie members Anthony Price and Wayne Bassett about their upcoming release of the EP "The Vanishing and Other Stories." Joining them in the interview are Mark Purnell and Sarah Birch to talk about their collaboration on the track "Deep Dark Heart" from the dunkie EP, but we also get some insights into t…
 
Emailed questions include: details on soil testing both in Ontario and Illinois, forcing Forsythia branches and a frustrating Gardenia. Callers are interested in plants for shade - Impatiens and can we still grow them, colour for a dark, moist corner, and a vine for a dark, dry corner?על ידי Zoomer Podcast Network
 
It's a first in The Shade Garden! Juniper held her first interview with a favorite indie musician from her home state, K Michael Joseph! Tune in to hear what inspires him, what his musical background is, and other fascinating facts about his music. Also, tune in to hear many other great independent and unsigned artists as heard on XRP Radio. Note..…
 
Fraser Hetherington (VP) and Arde Eghbali (garden specialist) of Stokes Seeds share trends, small space choices, hot new varieties and the state of the flower and vegetable seed industry. Meanwhile callers need to know more about propagation, and getting Hoya and orchids to bloom!על ידי Zoomer Podcast Network
 
Get your boots and hat and join me in the garden for some bluegrass, country, and country-like tunes. Nothin' like an angsty country sad song or one that makes you want to do a line dance! Y'all come round and get ready to tap your toes, kick up your heels, and cry over your beer.על ידי The shade Garden
 
It's the time of year gardeners struggle with pests on their indoor tropicals. We discuss humidity, light levels, watering and pruning. And some proactive gardeners are out scouting for Gypsy Moth egg sacs on their trees. Never a dull moment in the gardening world!על ידי Zoomer Podcast Network
 
Several callers are having trouble with pesky fungus gnats in their potted plants. Less water and Safer's Sticky Stiks are the recommendation from Charlie. What about re-potting? And pruning? And fertilizing? And the best question - what was that flowering plant I remember from my childhood? Charlie has answers for everyone!…
 
We start the program with a hardy replacement for Buxus (boxwood) plants. Native Ilex glabra 'Compacta' (inkberry) is a tougher choice that sports white flowers in spring and black berries in fall. Callers express frustration due to spring plants growing now - after we had a warm spell in late fall. And amaryllis is discussed again!…
 
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