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The Daily Gardener is a gardening podcast that is published every weekday. Jennifer Ebeling shares thoughts and brevities to help you grow. She writes and records the show in her home studio in lovely Maple Grove, Minnesota. Show notes and additional information are available at thedailygardener.org
 
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On this edition of The Palace Of Pistons Podcast, Aaron Johnson is joined by Jacob Rogers and James Edwards III of The Athletic. The panel begins the show by discussing the report of Andre Drummond wanting a max contract extension and they debate if the Pistons should meet Drummond's desire. Then, they talk about Derrick Rose's integration onto ...…
 
Hey everyone. This is Laz Jackson of Detroit Bad Boys, and we're still talking preseason basketball on the DBB Podcast. Ben Gulker soothes my fears around Blake Griffin's health, we discuss the Detroit Pistons' rumored interest in Frank Ntilikina, and I play devil's advocate on Detroit keeping Christian Wood. As always, we appreciate your conti ...…
 
Hey everyone. This is Laz Jackson of Detroit Bad Boys, and we have something a little different for you today - an actual interview. DJ Bakker, Player Development coach for the Detroit Pistons, came on to talk about, well, player development. I learned about lot about the ins and outs of the work the players and coaches do during the summer fro ...…
 
Does your Christmas Cactus have red on its leaves? If so, that red is an indication that the plant is stressed out. It could be that it has that color on the leaves when it’s blooming because blooming puts pressure on the plant. In general, those leaves will turn a little red if you’re watering them too much or If you have them too much sun. On ...…
 
Last night, I met with my Social Media team and we were having so much fun coming up with designs and quotes and all kinds of things for merchandise for the show. We're putting together t-shirts, tote bags, and stickers. With any luck, we'll have Daily Gardener gear and merchandise ready to go live for you on November 1st. So keep that in mind. ...…
 
Mark from Little Prince nursery and I became friends on Facebook over the past month. I was immediately taken with the images on his feed, which is so full of the most beautiful blooms. His dahlias were to die for. Anyway, at some point I gave him a call and we were talking away and Mark asked if he could send me some plants. Um... yay! They ar ...…
 
Hey everyone. This is Laz Jackson of Detroit Bad Boys, and on this week's podcast, we're back! And so are the Pistons! Ben Gulker and I discuss the Joe Johnson addition (and our concern over his role on this team), what we're looking forward to seeing in the preseason, and what we expect from the Pistons this year. As always, we appreciate your ...…
 
On today's edition of The Palace of Pistons Podcast, Brendan Johnson, Aaron Johnson, and Ryan Paye have an open conversation about all the recent storylines coming out of the first few days of the Detroit Pistons' Training Camp and Media Day. Topics discussed include Andre Drummond's interest in discussing a contract extension, the raving revie ...…
 
Every autumn, we owe a debt of gratitude to our trees. They give our gardens the best gift: leaves. Over the past decade, there's been a resurgence of interest in the restorative power of leaves in the garden. For some gardeners, this is new news. Yet, we've known about the wonderful contributions of leaves in the garden for a long time. As pro ...…
 
I always write down little things the kids say that strike me as funny or sweet. Here's a little blast from my past on this day in 2010: At bedtime tonight, PJ told me he wanted to bring cold lunch to school. I told him no because we have paid for hot lunch. (Apparently many kids in his class bring cold lunch.) I told him that they probably bri ...…
 
Today is National Pumpkin Seed Day. Pumpkin seeds, also known as pepitas, are native to the Americas. They were discovered by archaeologists in Mexico in caves that date back to 7,000 B.C. Today, China produces more pumpkins and pumpkin seeds than any other country. Pumpkin seeds are loaded with protein; a single cup provides 8-10 grams of prot ...…
 
Today is International Coffee Day. There is a legend that tells of coffee's discovery: In Ethiopia, there was a goat herd who observed his goats didn't want to go to sleep at night after eating berries from a certain tree. After he reported this to the Abbot of a local monastery, the Abbott gathered the berries himself and then made a drink wit ...…
 
I was reading in Facebook yesterday, a friend had planted all of these autumn crocus, colchicums, in her garden. Like any bulb, it takes lots of dedication to get them planted and then you have all of the anticipation - waiting to see if they come up and if they meet your expectations. Anyway, she'd invited some friends over to come and check t ...…
 
On this week's edition of The Palace of Pistons Podcast, Brendan Johnson, Aaron Johnson, and Ryan Paye are in studio to discuss the news that the Detroit Pistons are working out guard Jordan Crawford. Following their talk on Crawford, the trio breaks down all the stories surrounding the Pistons before the beginning of training camp next week. T ...…
 
What are you doing with all of your tomatoes? A few years ago, I stumbled on Ina Garten's Recipe for Roasted Tomato Soup - it's the best roasted tomato basil soup recipe out there if you ask me! Ina's recipe calls for fresh tomatoes and herbs and she doesn't use cream or milk. Best of all, Ina's soup is rich and full of flavor. Ingredients 3 lb ...…
 
Right now is the perfect time to bring some nature indoors. Why buy something manufactured to look like nature, when some of the most impactful pieces can be found right in your own garden? I love to bring in some of the bird's nests from my garden. I place them on top of a stack of books, in a crystal bowl or on a bookshelf. They add wonderful ...…
 
If you're feeling a little glum about the end of the gardening season, here are a few activities that can help you rebalance: First, support your local farmers by shopping at a local farm stand. Often the growers will have insights on plants and practices that are applicable to your own garden. Get inspired by seeing some of the different varie ...…
 
One of my favorite shoulder season plants is my magnolia. The beautiful white blossoms in the spring and the glorious yellow leaves in the fall bookend a summer of hardy greenery. Then all winter long, the dormant flower buds will pop out adding interest and promise during those final snowstorms in late March and April. If you're looking for so ...…
 
Today is the first day of Autumn also referred to as the Autumn Equinox. Equinox means ‘equal night’. On this day, both day and night are nearly the same length. Thereafter, the dark part of the year begins. Brevities #OTD Today is the birthday of the grandson of Genghis Khan, Kubla Khan, who was born on this day in 1215. Kubla Khan's Summer Ga ...…
 
On this week's edition of The Palace of Pistons Podcast, Brendan Johnson, Aaron Johnson, and Ryan Paye ranked every player on the Detroit Pistons roster going into training camp. They start from the bottom and go all the way to the top. A spoiler: All three ranked Blake Griffin at 1. But the rest, you'll have to find out where Brendan, Aaron, a ...…
 
Folklore and legends are often intertwined with plants and gardens. Today, I stumbled on a Swedish Legend called "The Harvest That Never Came" and I thought you'd get a kick out of it. The story has been used in lesson plans, to teach kids problem solving. I'm going to abbreviate it a bit, but I'll share a link to a good English translation in ...…
 
There's are some lines from a TS Eliot poem that go like this : Oh, Do not ask, "What is it?" Let us go and make our visit." If you've never visited your local botanic garden this time of year, you really should go. I have a friend who recently did this, and she posted amazing pictures from her visit to the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum. She sa ...…
 
Last night I shared the trailer for The Secret Garden remake which just dropped. It is a visual feast for lovers of gardens everywhere. The new adaptation of the children's classic stars Colin Firth and Julie Walters and is set for release in April (2020). It looks fantastic. The Secret Garden is a children's novel written by American author an ...…
 
There's are some lines from a TS Eliot poem that go like this : Oh, Do not ask, "What is it?" Let us go and make our visit." If you've never visited your local botanic garden this time of year, you really should go. I have a friend who recently did this, and she posted amazing pictures from her visit to the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum. She sa ...…
 
#NationalIndoorPlantWeek is this week! Be sure to follow my friend, Lisa Steinkopf - the @HouseplantGuru- on twitter for a chance to win copies of her books and some houseplants. And remember, it's all week long - so Happy Indoor Plant Week. Go get yourself something new for the Indoor season which is just around the corner if you live in a col ...…
 
On this week's edition of The Palace Of Pistons Podcast, Brendan Johnson, Aaron Johnson, and Ryan Paye go through all the ins-and-outs surrounding the latest news of the Pistons signing Joe Johnson, including what he will bring to the team, what it could mean for the likes of Christian Wood, Khyri Thomas, and Langston Galloway, and more. Then t ...…
 
What's the secret to beautiful begonias? I asked this to a friend recently who has the most gorgeous begonias every single year. Her answer: fish emulsion. This means you should feed your begonias with fertilizer. Since we love that begonias flower and they do flower their hearts out, that makes begonias are heavy feeders. Since fish emulsion ( ...…
 
How's your garden doing? Is there something blooming that is stealing your heart? In my garden, I'm especially enjoying the Yellow wax-bells or Kirengeshoma palmata ("kih-ren-gesh-OH-mah palm-AY-tah"). Heidi Heiland installed these for me last summer during my garden renovation. They are right up by my front door in a North-facing garden - and ...…
 
If, over the course of the summer, you found yourself driving down the road and spying a little electric blue blossom by the side of the road; chances are, you are looking at chicory. Listener Danny Perkins shared a post at the end of August sharing beautiful photos of chicory. A few years ago, I used to drive the boys into St. Paul for basketb ...…
 
Right about now is the perfect time to get out the power washer. Clean your water features, edging, rocks, fountains, and your outdoor entertaining spaces. The reality is that once you start up that power washer, the list of things that you can clean with it goes on and on. As you're working, you invariably find more things to wash. When it com ...…
 
I thought I'd start today's show off with a quote by Beverley Nichols from his book, Sunlight on the Lawn: “Why do insurance companies, when they want to describe an act of God, invariably pick on something which sounds much more like an act of the Devil? One would think that God was exclusively concerned in making hurricanes, smallpox, thunder ...…
 
On this week’s edition of The Palace Of Pistons Podcast, Brendan Johnson, Aaron Johnson, and Ryan Paye reconvene to discuss all the latest news surrounding the Detroit Pistons. The podcast begins by listening to audio from Pistons’ point guard Derrick Rose, who went on Sirius XM NBA to talk about Detroit. He said he feels that the Pistons can w ...…
 
September is my favorite month for planting trees, shrubs, and perennials. The cool air makes outdoor exercise a joy and the ground temperatures add the perfect amount of warmth for plants to get established. Planting in the fall is preferred because it's the time of year when perennials experience less transplant shock. At the same time, there ...…
 
If you have struggled to grow tomatoes successfully, maybe it's time to give cucumbers a try. They are much easier to grow than tomatoes. Just add some organic matter to the soil and mulch around the base of the plant. Cucumbers benefit from support, so install a trellis for the vines to climb. That's it. The saying, "cool as a cucumber" refers ...…
 
I had to chuckle the other day as I was putting together my fall containers. The first thing I do when I transition from one season to another, is determine which plants are salvageable - the ones that have enough gas to go another season. One of my pots ended up being a bit of a hodgepodge. I call it my "Must Go" Container in honor of my husba ...…
 
Have you ordered your spring bulbs yet? Here's a new perspective on planting spring bulbs - they're important resources for pollinators. Most gardeners think about spring flowering bulbs in terms of color - which is something we desperately need after a long winter. But spring flowering bulbs are valuable for another reason: they're an early so ...…
 
On today's edition of The Palace Of Pistons Podcast, Brendan Johnson and Aaron Johnson breakdown Andre Drummond's impending free agency, and talk about what the big man may do after declaring that he is excited to go through the free agency process next July. They then discuss how Caris Levert's extension with the Brooklyn Nets impacts the Detr ...…
 
Now is the perfect time to play doctor in the garden. Look for the sick or injured. Look for plants that haven't thrived, plants with disease, and plants riddled with pests. You don't want to leave any diseased plants in your garden over the winter. If you are able to do only one fall garden chore, taking out the sick and infirm is what you wan ...…
 
Well, it's time to get serious about remaking our containers – especially on the front porch and around the front door. Editing containers from time to time is essential to keep them looking great. Sometimes combinations don’t work well, other times plants can grow in unexpected ways – too tall, too bushy, or just an abject failure. With the ar ...…
 
This past week, I started looking for perennials I want to divide. After the hail storm and siding installation we had earlier this month, I don't feel too bad about digging up the plants. The garden looks tough. Might as well dig up old plants. I always start with my hostas - in part, because they recover so quickly. Next spring, you'll never ...…
 
Today is National Banana Lovers Day. Botanically speaking, the banana is a berry - a many seeded fruit. And, banana trees are not trees. The banana plant is a giant herb. Inside the guts of the banana tree trunk is a white tube. It may be cooked, and tastes like bamboo shoots. Under a black light (ultraviolet or UV), ripe bananas glow a beautif ...…
 
If your garden looks a little sad right now, it could probably benefit from the addition of some no-fail fantastic fall perennials. Here are some of my favorites: If you have a sunny, wet area, Joe-Pye weed is a perfect choice. The blooms are super tall and a favorite with pollinators. The latin name is Eutrochium purpureum. Sedum ‘Autumn Joy’ ...…
 
On today's episode of The Palace Of Pistons Podcast, Aaron Johnson and Ryan Paye begin the show by discussing the recent playoff predictions for the 2019-2020 NBA season that do not include the Detroit Pistons. After venting about how much they disagree with those rankings, the duo talks about Kevin Porter Jr., who the Pistons basically traded ...…
 
Sometimes I think cutting your bangs are a great analogy for pruning in the garden. You know how when your bangs are growing out - maybe a little past your eyebrows - and you think, "I am gonna grow these bangs out. I’m gonna have amazing hair." Then, they start to go past your nose and you realize that this was a complete mistake. Then, you do ...…
 
At the cabin, a Mullein has seeded itself in one of my beds and I’m letting it grow. (I was touring gardens in Washington DC a few years ago and the garden had a section for Mulleins. It was so pretty.) On more than one occasion, I have had to rescue it - to make sure that no one in the family pulled it or weed-whacked it. Now, there it stands; ...…
 
How do you start adding living mulch to your garden? One of the simplest ways, is just to look for the spots in your garden that are bare. Look for the open areas and start there. Look under your shrubs. Look along the edges of your beds. Instead of adding another layer of mulch, add plants. Think about planting these living mulches in terms of ...…
 
"You don't have a garden just for yourself. You have it to share." - Augusta Carter, Master Gardener, Pound Ridge, Georgia Pass-along plants have the best stories, don't they? They have history. They have personal history. One of my student gardeners had a grandmother who recently passed away from breast cancer. Her mom was no green thumb. But, ...…
 
Today is National Potato Day. Here are some fun potato facts: The average American eats approximately 126 pounds of spuds each year. And, up until the 18th century, the French believed potatoes called leprosy. To combat the belief, the agronomist Antoine Auguste Parmentier became a one-man PR person for the potato. How did Parmentier get the Fr ...…
 
Brendan Johnson, Aaron Johnson, and Ryan Paye discuss the Detroit Pistons signing Michael Beasley and how that will lead to a training camp battle between him and Christian Wood for the final spot on the roster. They then look over the newly released schedule for the Pistons, in which they talk about how a tough March schedule will show how goo ...…
 
Are you swimming in zucchini yet? Emily Seftel, of The Tennessean, wrote an article in 2006 that was titled Gad zuks!- which I think is hilarious; we don’t use that term enough, do we? Anyway, the article started out this way: "Zucchini, the summer squash, is the Rodney Dangerfield of the produce world it gets no respect." Then, the article goe ...…
 
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