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Let's take a deep dive into all things herbal with some of the best teachers in the field of plant medicine, wild foods, botany and health accessibility. You'll hear class recordings from conferences, narrated plant monographs, books, and blog posts, interviews, event updates and so much more. Have an idea for an episode? Want to share information about your school or event? Interested in sponsoring the podcast? Let me know!
 
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
 
Nature Boy is a general science show hosted by four PhD graduate students studying plant biology at UC Riverside. Join Michael, Marschal, Jon, and Jess the first Sunday of each month as research from varied fields is discussed, made digestible, and often criticized. An irreverent look at the often over revered field of scientific research.
 
This is Plant Daddy Podcast: serving you intersectional horticulture. I’m Matthew, and I’m Stephen. We are Plant Daddies living in Seattle, WA, podcasting about our passion for cultivating plants. Since our identities are intersectional, and [we'd like to think] include much more than just being gay millennial Plant Daddies, we'll also get into pop culture, LGBTQ+ content, current events, and our own personal stories. We chat with such guests as gardening, botany and horticulture experts, am ...
 
Real Herbalism Radio is the weekly podcast created by The Practical Herbalist team to dish up the saucy bits of the herb world in a format that's easy to listen to on the go or relaxing at home. Your hosts, Sue and Candace, offer you their insights into the world of herbs along with a variety of easy, practical ideas for making herbalism a part of your daily life. They'll help you understand some of the complex and often perplexing aspects of herbalism, decode the language of herbalists, and ...
 
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 gardeners.
 
Elim Christian Centre Botany exists to be a centre of hope to reach, serve and influence the community of East Auckland. We are a church that welcomes as family, expects breakthrough, is invitational and are relevant to whoever walks through the doors of 159 Botany road, Botany Downs or listens to one of our messages online. We would love to connect with you and meet you at one of our upcoming Sunday services. Find out more at www.elimchristiancentre.org.nz
 
A selection of nonsense poems, songs (not sung!), stories, and miscellaneous strangeness. The work includes the "Owl and the Pussycat" and a recipe for Amblongus Pie, which begins "Take 4 pounds (say 4½ pounds) of fresh ablongusses and put them in a small pipkin."Edward Lear was an English writer, poet, cat-lover, and illustrator (his watercolours are beautiful). This recording celebrates the 200th anniversary of Lear's birth. (Summary by Adrian Praetzellis)
 
BBS Radio Station Streams, broadcasts, programming running 24/7, including talk shows and indie music! We'll be your favorite! BBS Radio covers an extremely diverse variety of thought provoking talk shows ranging from family entertainment to clean energy, metaphysics to divination, non-mainstream political commentary to alternative health and so much more. Our original broadcasts and podcasts cover exactly what is most stimulating, intriguing and crucial to humanity at this time, such as: na ...
 
Ben Franklin’s World is a podcast about early American history. It is a show for people who love history and for those who want to know more about the historical people and events that have impacted and shaped our present-day world. Each episode features a conversation with an historian who helps us shed light on important people and events in early American history.
 
On The Ledge is a podcast all about indoor gardening - helping you to grow everything from Aloe vera to the ZZ plant. Presenter Jane Perrone has been nuts about houseplants since she was knee high to a Swiss cheese plant. She quizzes the experts, helps you find cool new stuff to grow and figures out how to fix your plant problems. For more information, email ontheledgepodcast@gmail.com or visit janeperrone.com.
 
Eighteen short nonfiction works in the public domain, independently chosen by the readers. Topics include how to swim, Navajo silversmithing, the sun, begonias and ferns, Martin Luther, U.S. Presidents Eisenhower and Nixon, Captain Cook's exploration of Botany Bay, General James Wolfe, and Moravian missionaries in Labrador. (summary by Sue Anderson)
 
A houseplant meets personal growth podcast by Dusty Hegge (that's me!). There are such beautiful parallels between plant growth and human growth and I KNOW that is by God’s design. So, on Grow Well, we talk about both! Everything from soulful personal growth to how to keep your fiddle leaf fig alive - we’ll talk about it all!
 
This is a collection of short (15 minute or less readings) works in English suitable for a coffee break at work or a short commuter ride. The theme for this collection is Nature in various genres -- fiction and non-fiction. Botany, geology, biology, astronomy; flowers, (meteor) showers, bugs, slugs, frogs, dogs, cats, bats -- you name it, as long as it's public domain and between 3 and 15 minutes long.(Summary by BellonaTimes)
 
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe was a German writer and statesman. His body of work includes epic and lyric poetry written in a variety of metres and styles; prose and verse dramas; memoirs; an autobiography; literary and aesthetic criticism; treatises on botany, anatomy, and colour; and four novels. In addition, numerous literary and scientific fragments, more than 10,000 letters, and nearly 3,000 drawings by him are extant. - Summary by Wikipedia
 
Everyday Herbals is your one stop shop for everything herbal! Whether you're a practicing herbalist, beginning herbalist or just fascinated by plants this show has something for you. Join me as I interview the most knowledgable and inspiring herbalists and natural doctors around to learn their secrets for health. Topics include herbal medicine, botany, phytochemistry, homeopathy, ethnobotany, and nutrition.
 
Jennifer Ebeling from 6ftmama.com created Still Growing...with Jennifer Ebeling. Still Growing is a weekly gardening podcast dedicated to helping you and your garden grow. Jennifer hosts this hour-long show interviewing experts from around the country. The podcast also features a bi-monthly Master Gardener roundtable with Master Gardeners who share their gardening tips and horticulture techniques for gardeners of all skill levels. Still Growing is a terrific resource for gardeners looking to ...
 
01 00:00 Chelons R. Jones / I Don't Know (Herbert's Presents Only Mix) 02 04:16 Metro Area / Erodyne (Original) 03 09:05 Feist / My Moon My Man (Boys Noize Remix) 04 13:41 Ame / Balandine 05 18:41 Tiger Stipes / Hooked 06 23:49 Afefe Iku / Mirror Dance 07 29:05 Francois Dubois / Blood (Andy Cato's Pack Up And Dance Mix) 08 35:41 Jorgensen / Untitled (Deadmau5 Remix) 09 38:33 Alan M / Got No Clue 10 44:42 Popof / Lost Thought Part One 11 50:23 Deadmau5 / Arguru 12 55:18 Arno Cost & Norman Dor ...
 
“Nature” is a short essay by Ralph Waldo Emerson published anonymously in 1836. It is in this essay that the foundation of transcendentalism is put forth, a belief system that espouses a non-traditional appreciation of nature. Recent advances in zoology, botany, and geology confirmed Emerson’s intuitions about the intricate relationships of nature at large. The publication of “Nature” is usually taken to be the watershed moment at which transcendentalism became a major cultural movement. Hen ...
 
The writer is as earnest in recommending ladies who belong to the higher class of settlers to cultivate all the mental resources of a superior education, as she is to induce them to discard all irrational and artificial wants and mere useless pursuits. She would willingly direct their attention to the natural history and botany of this new country, in which they will find a never-failing source of amusement and instruction, at once enlightening and elevating the mind, and serving to fill up ...
 
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Candace and Patrick talk about the realities of being in business at The Practical Herbalist and elsewhere. They share their thoughts on affiliate programs, setting goals for the upcoming year, and the importance of connecting with other business owners. They also mention a few upcoming changes for the Herbal Nerd Society and The Practical Herbalis…
 
Yarrow on the battlefields of antiquity? A woman transformed into a laurel tree? Today we’ll hear from herbalist Maria Christodoulou on herbs in Greek myths! Maria Christodoulou is a clinical herbalist exploring the practice of ancient Greek herbal medicine as The Greek Herbalist. In a previous lifetime, she lived on a farm in ancient Greece and fo…
 
From time to time Lucy and Saul decided they wanted to record conversations with other Head Gardeners, Curators, Garden Owners and fellow horticulturists across the UK, these will be published as Bonus Episodes alongside their usual format of chatting about their gardening lives. We hope you enjoy. For the Bonus Episode #9 were joined by horticultu…
 
Today we celebrate one of the first successful uses of the Wardian Case on a ship in 1833. We'll also learn about the Minnesota botanist who discovered a fun new cereal. We’ll remember the beloved British children’s author who wrote in his garden shed. We salute the various ways trees drop their leaves… or not - in a verse by an American writer. We…
 
Plant poaching is abhorrent and we can’t work towards a solution without a proper understanding of the motivations behind it. That's where people like Dr. Jared Margulies come in. In this episode we sit down to talk about what he learned through investigating the illicit trade is one of North Americas most stunning succulents, Dudleya farinosa. Wha…
 
SOS with Jennifer Elizabeth Masters and guest Linzi LevinsonLinzi Levinson Masterful Coach, extraordinaire is my guest! Navigating COVID fatigue. How to date during COVID? How to connect? Do we have sex, zoom or just sext? How can we navigate these holidays during these crazy times?By jenniferelizabethmasters@gmail.com (Jennifer Masters)
 
2020 has been an unusual and difficult year for many, and we understand that the full repercussions of what we have all been through are still to be felt - but with summer waning and the glory of Autumn still to come, we continue with a healthy amount of discussion on some of our favourite horticultural topics, bringing a little dose of the garden …
 
Listener Q&A episode -- Marlene answers listener submitted questions this week. Topics include: Holly bush: How can I propagate it? Succulents: Need to move indoors for the winter? Tuberose: When to stop watering and move inside? Nectarine: Liquid copper for peach leaf curl – what to ask for at the nursery? Rust: Has had rust problem for 5 years – …
 
My guest this week is Travis Cooper aka @plantsdecoop, creator of #PlantsNPoses on Instagram: we cover everything from plant purges and the best Anthuriums for newbies to the power of creativity and the joy of tapping into our childhood playfulness. I also answer a question about choosing a new home with your plants in mind. For full show notes vis…
 
The Chuck & Julie Show with Chuck Bonniwell and Julie Hayden and guests Peter Boyles and Randy CorporonTo concede or not to concede… 710 KNUS talk show host Peter Boyles debates the President’s options with Chuck and Julie.Plus Team Trump lawyers are in Colorado regarding possible election fraud. Attorney Randy Corporon has the latest on that.…
 
Today we celebrate the gardener and writer who turns 91 today. We'll also learn about the man who created the world’s smallest rose garden. We’ll recognize the lost work of an American botanist and painter. We salute November with an excerpt from a book by an American historical crime novelist. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a fantastic book abo…
 
Today we celebrate the English poet who often wrote of the Natural World and the garden. We'll also learn about the man who coined the term “Landscape Architect.” We’ll read a letter written by a garden writer about the last flowers in her fall garden. We’ll learn about the Canadian botanist and writer who had a marvelous column called The Note Boo…
 
After the coup against Spain’s Republican government in 1936, up to 35,000 men and women from over 60 countries came together as volunteers to fight for two years against the forces of fascism, led by General Francisco Franco. The full history of those who took part has now been written by historian Giles Tremlett, following access to Moscow's offi…
 
Last week, the entire pro-democracy caucus resigned from the Hong Kong Legislative Council when it was announced that supporting independence had became a sackable offence.With pro-democracy protesters already off the streets under threat of long prison terms if they continue, is the battle for one country two systems over?…
 
Today we celebrate the man who was a gardener and a poet and he inspired the trend toward the picturesque natural Landscape. We'll also learn about the Swiss botanist who specialized in mosses. We’ll remember the birthday of the Father of American botany. We’ll take a look back at a popular November fruit - I use it to make a traditional Thanksgivi…
 
2020 has been an unusual and difficult year for many, and we understand that the full repercussions of what we have all been through are still to be felt - but with summer waning and the glory of Autumn still to come, we continue with a healthy amount of discussion on some of our favourite horticultural topics, bringing a little dose of the garden …
 
Two years ago the birth of Lulu and Nana, the first gene-edited babies, shocked the world. But their story is a gateway into a much bigger enterprise: the global race to bring cutting-edge genetic modification tools to your local clinic. As we head into the realms of science fiction, are governments and regulation keeping pace?…
 
Today we remember the momentous bursting of a peat bog in Scotland. We'll also learn about the botanist nephew of Benjamin Smith Barton. We’ll honor a British Iris enthusiast and painter. We salute the poet known as the Canadian Keats. We’ll Grow That Garden Library™ with a cookbook for gardeners. And then we’ll wrap things up with the story of a Q…
 
Join us as we chat about some plants we don't really like but "sort of grow!" Don't worry - as always, we manage to find several species in Tradescantia and related genera that we want (and for which we think we have room?) Is Stephen's cruel, sparse aesthetic starting to rub off on Matthew? How is this is one of Stephen's roughly three ornamental …
 
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