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On The Ledge
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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.
 
Ellen Zachos and C.L. Fornari help you discover the amazing world of plants: in the garden, in the wild, and on your plate. They show you how to grow plants successfully, how to enjoy your natural surroundings, and how to make the most of your harvest, whether it's cultivated or foraged. (Spoiler alert: they don't always agree!) You'll find three different topics in each episode, plus email questions from listeners.
 
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Grow Well
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Grow Well Podcast is a houseplant meets personal growth podcast. I can't help but see the parallels between plant growth and human growth and I KNOW that's by God's design.Instagramhttp://instagram.com/growwellpodcastWebsite & Show Noteshttp://dustyhegge.com/podcast
 
Bloom and Grow Radio is a weekly Podcast designed for the Urban Jungle Dweller, Houseplant Enthusiast and Succulent Killer alike. Maria Failla, a "plant killer turned plant lady" interviews different Plant People in the Urban Gardening community to source houseplant care tips, stories and lessons they’ve learned from caring for their plants along the way. Each episode has practical and spiritual tips and stories that empower and inspire the listener to have their own houseplant collection an ...
 
Two friends talking about Music, Media and the Mission of Jesus
 
Bloom and Grow Radio is a weekly Podcast designed for the Urban Jungle Dweller, Houseplant Enthusiast and Succulent Killer alike. Maria Failla, a "plant killer turned plant lady" interviews different Plant People in the Urban Gardening community to source houseplant care tips, stories and lessons they’ve learned from caring for their plants along the way. Each episode has practical and spiritual tips and stories that empower and inspire the listener to have their own houseplant collection an ...
 
Modern living is exhausting and quite frankly, toxic and emotional labor. You should really take a moment for yourself, but how? Join comedians Cait Raft and Drew Spears as they and their guests venture into the world of self care and report on the good, the bad and the bougie. Listen in, because otherwise they’ll just be talking to their houseplants.
 
Musings with people in the world of gardening, botany, horticulture and nature. Marlene takes her years of gardening experience, success and failures and turns it into an unpretentious, humorous listen. From organic vegetable gardening, houseplants, bee keeping, flowers, and everything in between -- this podcast covers it.
 
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Wet Your Plants
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The Houseplant Podcast.
 
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Yard and Garden
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Information about horticultural topics for the home gardener.
 
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What Are We
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What Are We is hosted by two proud millennials, Lotanna and Sandra, and produced by Tori. Subscribe to hear us chat about everything from feminism and politics to memes and houseplants. You can also find us on Twitter, where we post even more unfiltered thoughts at: https://twitter.com/whatarewepod. Listen to our bonus episodes here: http://bit.ly/2AUCkIk.
 
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Queer Longing
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A podcast where we discuss and explore everything we're longing for and living for in our Queer Community. Hosted by Olivia Taylor and Lucy Cecil.
 
Easier is podcast about making life and work Easier. We'll talk about the best tips, techniques, and tools for being more productive, optimizing yourself and your work, keeping your spaces organized, and living a simpler life. I believe that, when things are Easier, we have more time for what matters most.
 
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The Daily Gardener
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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
 
The Vermont Garden Journal is a weekly program hosted by horticulturalist Charlie Nardozzi. Each week, Nardozzi will focus on a topic that's relevant to both new and experienced gardeners, including pruning lilac bushes, growing blight-free tomatoes, groundcovers, sunflowers, bulbs, pests and more.
 
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The Grow Guide
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The Grow Guide is a weekly gardening podcast co-hosted by rookie grower, Maggie Wysocki, who asks all the questions you’re afraid to, and master grower, Dave Hanson, who answers them all with wisdom. Listen in as they chat openly about seasonal gardening topics, including the trials, tribulations and successes of growing in climates where it can feel...kind of impossible.
 
Need a kick in the Plants? The Flowerland Garden Show with Rick, Doug, and Kristi can help you with their useful advice.
 
The mindbodygreen Podcast is a continuation of the mindbodygreen journey of mental, physical, spiritual, and environmental well-being. Jason Wachob, founder & CEO of mindbodygreen, shares motivational interviews with the people shaping the wellness world: pioneers, cutting-edge thinkers, and entrepreneurs who are changing the conversation. Topics include health, fitness, nutrition, self-help and more. It’s not scripted, it's not the Today show, and there are no prepared talking points. You'l ...
 
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The Healthy Garden
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The Healthy Garden, where soil is important and growing a healthier world is job #1!
 
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The BobCast
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The Bobcast started in the winter of 2013 with the intention of creating a weekly podcast that focuses on society and pop culture. I had no microphones, no studio and no idea of how to create new content week after week. With anything, it took practice and over 200 guests to perfect the show. Slowly, it snowballed into a large collection of hour plus interviews featuring musicians, politicians, actors, comedians and other cohorts.
 
Gesneriads are flowering houseplants. Some better known are the African Violet (genus Saintpaulia), Cape Primrose (genus Streptocarpus), Flame Violet (genus Episcia), and Florist Gloxinia (genus Sinningia). Gesneriads.com is an informational website pertaining to the science and horticulture of this group. Check here for video podcasts of flower shows containing gesneriad oriented material.
 
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The Gardenangelists
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Are you ready to be converted to living a gardening life? Each week, join Carol Michel and Dee Nash, both passionate gardeners, authors, and long-time bloggers, as they chat over the garden fence about flowers, veggies, and all the best dirt on gardening. Carol and Dee have the audacity to call themselves gardenangelists, evangelists for gardening, and want everyone to dig in the dirt, sow a few seeds, and enjoy the simple pleasures and even a few pitfalls of a gardening life. If you are rea ...
 
Hello! Welcome to House Fur Happy Hour! Grab a cocktail & enjoy casual conversations with us! We are husband & wife entrepreneurs; Ren + Caleb. We created this podcast just for fun, but we aim to educate, inspire, and entertain you!There's no one way to live a happy life, have a successful marriage, be the best dog parent you can be, build & run a 6-figure business, or even keep your houseplants alive. BUT! we have figured out what works for us and we want to share it all with you!If you wan ...
 
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Let's Talk Design
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Low Level Rage
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Low Level Rage is a live call-in show hosted by Tim and Lauren in Chicago Friday nights from 9-11pm Central. These are the archives. Listen to the show live at lowlevelrage.com.
 
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MPL - Podcast
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Menasha Public Library Podcast: Community-Conversation-Story.
 
Time to be transparent about mental health. Registered nurse Andrea Ami tackles emotional intelligence & finding balance in this podcast.
 
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Hothouse
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Hothouse is a podcast about design, ecology, and the way we garden now. Host Leah Churner sits down with experts and enthusiasts to talk about permaculture, the urban landscape, and how plants sometimes give us the feels. A meeting of the minds for plant people and the horticulture-curious, Hothouse is a different kind of gardening show: less of the how-to and more of the who, what, where, when, and why.
 
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Today we celebrate the daughter of a millionaire who found solace in nature and the refreshing approach of one of the country's top naturalists. We learn about the discovery of vanilla (complete with a ravishing recipe for vanilla coffee liqueur from 1974) and we'll commemorate the Doctor's Pit where the botanist David Douglas died. We'll hear ...…
 
In the first of several episodes we talk about how we can best allow ourselves to encounter God in worship. And how we can lead worship in ways that encourages our people to do so. In this episode we talk about the general purpose and mission of worship. SONG: Revival - A New Song by Collin (2019) Books to check out: Anything by Robbert Webber ...…
 
What should you never use on your houseplants? What are the three basic organic protocols for taking care of houseplants? What microscopic worms get rid of houseplant pests? This and more right here!By Randy Ritchie.
 
This episode of the mindbodygreen podcast features Summer Rayne Oakes, a best-selling author and environmental activist with a pretty enviable green thumb. Oakes keeps over 1,100 plants in her 1,200 square-foot apartment (that’s around one plant per square foot!), tending to each one with individualized care. Oakes fosters relationships with ev ...…
 
What houseplants are non-toxic? Is my houseplant safe to be around my kids and pets? Which houseplants are toxic? I answer all of these questions in today's episode! Plus I share some of my favorite ways to involve your kids in houseplant care. ENROLL IN GET PLANTY: http://getplantycourse.com Cart closes at midnight on October 10th, 2018. If yo ...…
 
Ever wanted to know what houseplant Olivia and Lucy are according to their lesbian characteristics? Well look no further. We discuss that incredibly important topic and many more in today’s episode. We talk YA books that shaped us from ‘Sophie’s World’ to ‘His Dark Materials’ and Lucy gives you her review of ‘On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous’ an ...…
 
Your houseplants are peaking right now, full of vitality after soaking up the energy of summer... which makes now a perfect time to make plant babies! Learn five techniques for vegetatively propagating houseplants in this week's easy-listening guide to multiplying your plants. Plus, a listener question about garlic, details on our garlic plant- ...…
 
Today we celebrate the poet who wrote lustrously of Kubla Kahn's summer garden and the French flower breeder who made our favorite plants even more sumptuous with double-flowers. We learn about the descendant of Olaf Rudbeck, who sought to create a legacy of peace and the rainforest expert who wrote the flora of Mexico. We'll hear a lovely pray ...…
 
Rick, Doug, and Kristi are back after a week off and took your calls. Plus, Rick had multiple words of the day!By Newsradio WOOD 1300 and 106.9 FM (WOOD-AM).
 
Marlene answers a variety of listener submitted questions this week -- grab bag of questions. Fall planting – what can still be planted for Fall in the San Joaquin Valley Rose bushes – yellow spots on leaves….what to do to prevent Ficus – losing leaves on only a certain portion of the plant Comfrey – can it be planted in raised beds for winter? ...…
 
I chat about the challenges of getting houseplants ready for winter with Stephen and Matthew of the Plant Daddy podcast. Plus, more on the mystery Peperomia from episode 112, and I answer a question on ferns and ivies. For full show notes visit https://www.janeperrone.com/on-the-ledge/2019/10/18/episode-113-winterising-your-plants-with-the-plan ...…
 
The leaves are golden and red, the pumpkins are orange and it's time to store your veggies for winter. Even if you've had a killing frost in your area, there are some veggies you can still store for winter eating.By Charlie Nardozzi.
 
Kevin Tierney, creator of MORE THAN THE CURVE, steps into Lounge to discuss the long rich history of Conshohocken. Other topics include the Conshy Crane, Riant Movie Theatre, spooky local tales, Seinfeld, woke culture and more! https://morethanthecurve.com/By Bob Khill.
 
Have you wondered what people mean when they talk about a plant’s dripline, or if you can still put plants in the ground in October? Do you want to know if you can leave your outdoor furniture in the elements over the winter, or if it’s possible to have one of those Pinterest-posted green walls indoors? If so, this episode is for you! :30 Plant ...…
 
Who was known as the greatest English Gardener? What single element in the garden changed gardens forever? Who are the new stewards of the Earth?By Randy Ritchie.
 
Some helpful links from our show notes: Tulips: French Blend Rose tulips from Colorblends Wholesale Bulbs. The Princely Mixture from VanEngelen which includes: balanced mixture of Candy Prince (blush-pink), Purple Prince(lilac-purple) and Sunny Prince (lemon-yellow). Jacqueline Van der Kloet planting style. Garden Design has a good article on i ...…
 
If you're plagued by a chaotic, cluttered inbox, this is for you! Here are 8 strategies for managing your email & finally getting that mess under control. Full show notes at https://easiercast.com/55By Anthony Wagner.
 
Today’s episode is exciting for me to share with you because the topic was something I was completely confused and bewildered by: this “semi-hydro” craze. Semi Hydro- (which is not a correct term, it’s actually called “passive hydro” standing for “passive hydroponics”) is the growing practice of using LECA balls, which are puffed clay balls tha ...…
 
Today’s episode is exciting for me to share with you because the topic was something I was completely confused and bewildered by: this “semi-hydro” craze. Semi Hydro- (which is not a correct term, it’s actually called “passive hydro” standing for “passive hydroponics”) is the growing practice of using LECA balls, which are puffed clay balls tha ...…
 
Maggie is back after her week away, and her and Dave are stoked to chat composting with Kristen Malec from the Green Action Centre. Kristen shared so much amazing info that this episode has become a two-parter: this week focuses on composting basics and outdoor systems while next week the conversation picks up with a focus on composting indoors ...…
 
Joe Kim steps into the Lounge to discuss,"THE HISTORY OF PUBLISHING ART." Great hour long discussion with insight into the adoration of creativity within our society.By Bob Khill.
 
This is the second PlantyISH segement...episode? I still don't know what to call it. Anyways, it's a fun one!Johannah and I talk: Why houseplants have weaker stems than outdoors plants Coffee facts (including dancing goats, cat poop, and tamping) Sh*t our kids have done How we are trying to growing well How Johannah's is learning more about her ...…
 
Cait and Drew are joined by comedy mastermind Scott Gairdner (Podcast: The Ride, Moonbeam City, Tiny Fuppets, Cuplicated) to learn about the self care of injecting vacation vibes into your nine to five by hanging at hotels for free. We discuss our favorite attributes of classic resorts and how to get all that goodness without being a guest, so ...…
 
We invited a good friend, Melissa Cozart to share her experiences with us and to teach us something about Mental and Emotional Health. She is not only a counseling pro but has a sensitivity to what God is doing in people's lives. We ask how there could be a spiritual component in someone's mental health, and about the role of prayer. SONG: All ...…
 
It's almost garlic planting season. Every garlic lover knows about soft neck garlic, for making garlic braids, and hard neck garlic, that produces tasty garlic scape. But, the garlic family planting shouldn't stop there. There are a few more choices that can be planted now for a summer harvest.By Charlie Nardozzi.
 
Plant swaps are a great way to connect with likeminded planty people, offload surplus plants and get your hands on some great new specimens for your collection. I visited two seasoned plant swappers in Sheffield to find out how it’s done - and I also answer a question about a mystery Peperomia. For full show notes, visit https://www.janeperrone ...…
 
Cementing his legacy within the Lounge, Judah Kim returns for a third time to discuss his new music video, "FATE", which premieres this Sunday at 8pm. https://www.judahkimmusic.com/By Bob Khill.
 
In this episode Ellen and C.L. talk about a great way to prepare fresh sage leaves for a garnish, whether hanging herbs and other plants upside down to dry is important, the basics of compost, and how long carrots can be left to grow in the ground. :27 What’s for dinner: Fried Sage Leaves 4:22 True or False: You have to hang plants you’re dryin ...…
 
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 ...…
 
Some helpful links: Flowers: Matt Mattus’s Growing with Plants blog post on fancy mums Old House Gardens, a great source for heirloom crocuses and other flower bulbs Veggies: Mississippi State Cooperative Extension guide with information about storing seeds over the winter. Dirt: Two great books: Forest Therapy by Sarah Ivens. We should all get ...…
 
Why hello sweet angels! Another week, another chance to SPEAK. This week is all about the Transparent Musical Finale, Spooky Season and whether or not there is one unifying dream?! We also discover our VERY FIRST TROLL (we honestly feel famuz now, thank u su much) and discuss our respective histories in the theatre, darling! Aimee Stephens arti ...…
 
Contrary to what many think, thinking out loud isn't strange or unusual! We'll discuss 7 surprising, helpful benefits of talking to yourself. Full show notes at https://easiercast.com/54By Anthony Wagner.
 
Here's a taste of what the Plantrama Podcast is all about.By Ellen Zachos and C.L. Fornari.
 
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. ...…
 
Very excited to welcome Rob from Farm.One to the podcast today for a conversation about beginners Hydroponics. Rob is doing Hydroponic Gardening at an incredibly high level at Farm.One- a hydroponic, vertical farm that grows rare and exotic produce indoors, year-round, pesticide- free in a basement in NYC. I met Rob last year when I was fortuna ...…
 
Very excited to welcome Rob from Farm.One to the podcast today for a conversation about beginners Hydroponics. Rob is doing Hydroponic Gardening at an incredibly high level at Farm.One- a hydroponic, vertical farm that grows rare and exotic produce indoors, year-round, pesticide- free in a basement in NYC. I met Rob last year when I was fortuna ...…
 
Dave is flying solo this week as Maggie gets caught up on some things outside the pod... but that doesn't stop Maggie from passing along her exciting "favourite" thing of the week, and its all about chickens! Dave shares a classic herb-guy fav, and also reminds everyone about the Grow Guide "garlic plant-a-thon" planned for Saturday, October 12 ...…
 
A leading functional medicine practitioner, Will Cole, D.C., IFMCP, is an expert when it comes to analyzing the underlying factors of chronic disease. In his practice, he customizes health programs for thyroid issues, autoimmune conditions, hormonal dysfunctions, digestive disorders, and brain problems. And with this impressive resume, it’s no ...…
 
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 ...…
 
Cait and Drew are joined by podcaster and journalist Carrie Poppy (Oh No! Ross and Carrie, NPR's Ted Radio Hour) and her dog daughter Ella to go over the list of fifty-two self care rituals Carrie ordered on notecards from least important in her life to most. Also, Carrie and Drew talk about how their relationship has transformed over the years ...…
 
What do you feed your houseplants? Do your houseplants have a salt ring around them? When was the last time you transplanted them? Where do your houseplants come from? All and more coming up in this episode!By Randy Ritchie.
 
This is a new type of episode where we invite a friend who is gifted in prayer to teach us a little about it and to pray with us. For this first one, we had Samuel Odubena, who graciously took the time to give us a phone call. We also ask about what people from different cultures can learn from each-other in prayer. SONG: Jesus Thine All Victor ...…
 
Rick, Doug, and Kristi took your phone calls from Omaha to Grand Rapids answering your questions from voles to bittersweet. Also, the debut of the Flowerland Show Mug.By Newsradio WOOD 1300 and 106.9 FM (WOOD-AM).
 
Listen to a live episode of On The Ledge recorded at the inaugural Cactusworld Live event organised by the British Cactus and Succulent Society (BCSS), with two cactus-loving guests, BCSS patrons Tom Hart Dyke and Anne Swithinbank. Plus, I answer a question about the seed pods of the string of hearts. For full show notes, visit https://www.jane ...…
 
There are invasive weeds and then, there is Japanese knotweed. This weed takes over wetlands, stream banks, roadsides, and moist landscapes, crowding out other plants and destroying habitat.By Charlie Nardozzi.
 
Mickey and I review Todd Phillip's "JOKER." Spoilers!By Bob Khill.
 
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 ...…
 
Plant Friends- I'm so happy to have brought you the wonderful conversation this week on The Science of Soil. It's important for us to understand what makes our soils our plant babies grow so happily (or unhappily) in. I realize in this conversation, I stumbled upon a hot topic that I was unaware of: whether or not peat moss is sustainable. I've ...…
 
Plant Friends- I'm so happy to have brought you the wonderful conversation this week on The Science of Soil. It's important for us to understand what makes our soils our plant babies grow so happily (or unhappily) in. I realize in this conversation, I stumbled upon a hot topic that I was unaware of: whether or not peat moss is sustainable. I've ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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