Best Houseplant podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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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 ...
 
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(Formerly Get Planty Podcast) Grow Well Podcast is a houseplant podcast meets personal growth podcast hosted by Dusty Hegge (that’s me!). When we care for God’s creation - whether plants OR yourself - God will reveal himself through the process. My goal for Grow Well Podcast is to open an honest conversation about growth and leave you with actionable houseplant care tips and tricks to curate your own dreamy houseplant collection.Instagramhttp://instagram.com/growwellpodcastWebsite & Show Not ...
 
Science, Art & Dinner, it’s all in your own backyard. All about plants, gardens, foraging, and more.
 
Local Master Gardeners share helpful hints and tips for successful and sustainable gardens in Central Oregon. Master Gardeners teach sustainable gardening practices which have their foundation in research-based information.
 
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.
 
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 w ...
 
Time to be transparent about mental health. Registered nurse Andrea Ami tackles emotional intelligence & finding balance in this podcast.
 
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Today's episode is a short and sweet nugget of love about my trip to the Redwood Forest. Tune in for some mushy feel good vibes and inspiration. Use #bagplantlatinchallenge and post a photo of one of your plants with the latin name! Educate our community! Join the Bloom and Grow Garden Club for exclusive access to early offerings for events, ep ...…
 
Where can we get gardening advice? The good news is, there are lots of resources. The bad news is, there are lots of resources! We can help.
 
Happy Saint Patrick's Day! For some gardeners St. Patty's Day is the time to start sowing tomato seeds indoors. While the sentiment is great, the timing is off.By jstewart@vpr.net (jstewart).
 
On this episode, we’re covering topics about life as an entrepreneur and we invited our copywriter & content creator friend, Kaitlyn Luckow two join us for a cocktail and conversation. As always, if you’d like your questions answered on the show, please email me at housefurhappyhour@gmail.com What You’ll Learn From this Episode: Some of our fav ...…
 
Discover which ferns to harvest for spring “fiddleheads,” why you shouldn’t start seeds in pots of garden soil, comparing and contrasting starting tomatoes and cannabis from seed, and the possibility of planting peas in July. :32 What’s For Dinner: Fiddlehead ferns – new ostrich fern shoots. 6:54 Plant Noob: Why can’t I use garden soil to start ...…
 
Coffee? Plants? This episodes is full of both and it's basically my DREAM episode! Brice Sturmer, founder and co-owner of Velodrome Coffee Company, shares his expertise on the coffee industry and how he is approaching ethically made coffee. Plus, we chat fungus gnats, what happens to coffee from seed to your morning brew, and we even cover how ...…
 
A garden journal is a tool that helps prevent repeating mistakes, ensuring more garden success.
 
Plant Friends! I’m so excited to have my dear friend and Botanical Bro Chris Satch back on the show, to help demystify the latin names of our houseplants we love so dearly. Today we dive into plant latin, some history, troubleshooting, and learn LOTS of nerdy latin words. We hope this episode helps you better understand your houseplants, what f ...…
 
With longer days and warmer temperatures, it's time to start pruning grapes. Pruning grapes can be hard for gardeners. Most gardeners prune off too little, leaving a nice looking vine for now, but a monster come summer.By jstewart@vpr.net (jstewart).
 
This episode covers how and when to make new gardens without tilling, witch hazel shrubs, growing hops vines, and dealing with the neighbors’ dogs. :30 True or False? Do you have to turn up the soil when you’re creating new gardens? 7:18 Plant Noob: Witch hazel shrubs – fall or winter flowering. 10:49 Eat/Drink/Grow All about hops vines. Growin ...…
 
Gina Bendetto, owner and founder of Veyali - a luxurious, botanical fragrance brand with high-quality perfumes, room and linen sprays. She owns her own design company of 14 years, is a powerhouse businesswoman, and has extensive training in the art or composing botanical. In this episode, she shares with us why synthetic fragrances are dangerou ...…
 
Are you ready to become a crazy plant person - or at least keep your houseplants alive!? Well, guess what, It's not as hard as you think IF you keep this in mind: I have found there to be three main qualities in a person who seems to have a “natural” green thumb. And guess what, they are qualities that a) you can adapt TODAY and b) are why I co ...…
 
Nothing signals spring like the arrival of your favorite seed catalog in the mailbox. We'll help you choose which seeds to order.
 
Where have I been? Overthinking? How did i start to crawl out? Realising my thoughts aren't there to help me
 
This vegetable is ancient. Wild versions were used medicinally in 850 BC to ward off colds, flu and poor digestion. Its origins are from around the Mediterranean Sea, but it's also found wild in Asia and Northern Europe. The Italians first started growing it as a vegetable in the 17 th century and through seed saving, they created taller stalks ...…
 
Find out if you need to soak seeds before planting them, how to grow better root crops, and if it’s OK to put sawdust in the garden. We also talk about sorrel – the weed and the cultivated vegetable. :34 What’s For Dinner: Sorrel – yes, it’s a weed. Yes, it’s a vegetable. Yes, it’s delicious. 4:10 Insider Information: Soaking seeds. You might h ...…
 
This episode is a part two of sorts in response to my failure episode 017. Today I am sharing the ways I am changing in response to a year filled with failure. Some mindset stuff but mostly very tangible and practical boundaries I am placing on all of 2019 to prevent failure, to steward my mental health well, and to better serve my own family a ...…
 
Today, you will be hearing from both Caleb and I along with a special guest; Melanie St Clair (https://www.melaniestclair.com) Melanie is a visionary mindset coach, entrepreneur, wife, cat mom, and most of all, an amazing friend! Not only is this episode unique because we have a guest joining us, but also because Caleb and I actually get on-the ...…
 
Today’s guest caught my eye on social media because of his incredible travel itinerary and his obvious passion for finding the plants we know and love as houseplants, in their natural habitats around the world. Michael Mittermeier is a passionate plant professional who has traveled the world and documents his findings of rare and unusual plants ...…
 
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It's become a biennial tradition in Vermont. In March, just when the cold, snow, ice and cloudy weather seems to never end, the Vermont Nursery and Landscape Association puts on the Vermont Flower Show. What a relief!By jstewart@vpr.net (jstewart).
 
In this episode you’ll hear about how bees need both pollen and nectar, why you might be able to find Meyer Lemons without growing them, when roses should be pruned and a houseplant called “climbing onion.” :30 Did You Know: Meyer Lemons might be foraged? 4:02 Eat/Drink/Grow: Making the bees happy with pollen and nectar. 14:40 Inside Informatio ...…
 
A few weeks ago I put out the “Ask Me Anything” on Instagram - we got some DM’s and answered them, but one particular follower’s questions really challenged us to think long and hard. I am super excited to share her questions and even more excited to dive into answering them for her and everyone listening! To make sure we are giving the light t ...…
 
If you’re like most serious gardeners in Central Oregon, you want to know: “How do I keep the deer from eating my plants?”
 
Today I’m joined by my plant friend Darryl of Houseplant Journal to discuss the importance of soil aeration and having plants in low Light environments. Houseplant Journal is known for it’s amazing instagram account, blog and now watering can and his forthcoming book! Darryl's instagram bio says “an engineers approach to plant care” and I think ...…
 
On my recent trip to Northern India, I noticed in farmers' fields a common Vermont shrub. There were rows and rows of yews. I found out they're the Pacific yews and farmers are growing them to extract a cancer-fighting chemical, taxol, from the plant.By jstewart@vpr.net (jstewart).
 
Learn about the best containers for starting seeds (and it’s not ice cream cones or eggshells), why leaf edges are important, and how to make “juice mousse.” Plus a discussion about how good potting mix can go bad. :31 What’s For Dinner: Juice Mousse – (no, not moose juice!) 4:04 Plant Noob: What are the “leaf margins” and why is this informati ...…
 
Words carry such weight and power. Jillian McClenahan plant lady, owner, designer, and photographer from Anastasia Co shares her passion for beautiful design and planting seeds of faith and hope using your words to pursue growing well. All show notes: revivenursery.com/podcast/16 Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/grow-well/su ...…
 
Plant Friends, you’ve heard me talk about my “Plant Co Parent” on this podcast, you’ve seen in him in our Botanicals and Booze Happy Hour Insta-stories, or maybe in our most recent Wallygro Install insta-story, and now, it’s time for me to officially introduce to the love of my life, and “partner in plants,” Billy Morrissey, to you. This past y ...…
 
(Alternate title: Stop letting failure OWN you!) // Saying there is no such thing as failure is like saying there is no such thing as a stupid question. We ALL know there really are stupid questions and we ALL know failure is real - and that it’s something we will face in our lives time and time again. Today I am laying out my biggest failures ...…
 
With snow season upon us home gardeners should know that the fluffy, white stuff can actually benefit plants during freezing winter.
 
Tonight’s topic was influenced by Caleb taking a clothespin apart last night when we were watching True Detective Season 3, handing it to me and asking me to put it back together. He watched me and then commented that you were impressed with the quickness of how I put it back together but also the way I did it. He told me he wouldn't have thoug ...…
 
** please forgive the backround noise. wanted to record spontaneously. Mental health at its core
 
Double digging of soil, repotting plants in larger pots, and growing hot peppers, are on today’s episode. Discover starting peppers from seed and preserving them after harvest, plus learn if the “hot lips plant” is for real. :28 True or False? Double digging – what is it and is it necessary when starting a garden? 6:47 Plant Noob: Do I need to ...…
 
How do I water succulents? What is a succulent botanically speaking? How much sunlight do succulents need? This episode answers ALL those questions and so much more! Cait Kholsa is founder of Botany Box a succulent subscription box with a love for succulents and a down-to-earth personality. We chat about succulent care 101, what she has learned ...…
 
Horticulturists research many garden myths and common beliefs to give us the best available information about what we should really do in our gardens
 
Plant Friends! We are kicking of Season 3 with your top most requested episode out of any topic, a 101 episode on how to care for the Marantaceae Family, and understanding why on earth they can be so dang tricky to care for! I would say that “why is my calathea or prayer plant browning at the tips” is one of my most frequently DM’d questions on ...…
 
Many people love having some houseplants blooming in winter. We're all familiar with African violets and Christmas cactus as two of the best flowering houseplants. But there are others that offer bright colorful flowers without much more work.By jstewart@vpr.net (jstewart).
 
We did it! An episode everyday in January. I will be back soon new and improved. Follow me on instagram @transparencytherapy for stories and updates. Email me at transparencytherapy@gmail.com book recommendation from episode : Tin Man by Sarah Winman
 
C.L. and Ellen discuss wilted plants and how to tell why they are drooping, we recommend two newsletters to sign up for, and discuss the bark on trees…what it does and why it’s different on each type of tree. Ellen tells us the story of how she went from a Broadway performer to plant geek, and we answer Ami’s question about plants to put on a s ...…
 
No one wants anyone to reject them when they desperately wanted that person to accept them, receive them and include them. Nobody enjoys the feeling of wanting something so badly that doesn’t want us back. And yet, rejection is something that we have all experienced and will experience in the future. Rejection is just part of the human experien ...…
 
Shopping for seeds is how many gardeners actively dream of what their gardens will look like this next summer. However, having the right information for choosing the appropriate seeds to get the best possible outcome in Central Oregon is important.
 
Unscripted episide of me talking about mental health struggles.
 
Are you putting out fires constantly?
 
Updates and exciting announcements about Season 3 and an invitation (and instructions) for YOU to be featured in an upcoming episode! If you want to be featured on the Plant Killer Lessons episode- call (267) 478-2521 and leave your story! The voicemail allows for 3 minute max, so it will help to write your story out ahead of time. I can't wait ...…
 
Me just spilling some honest thoughts on love and dating
 
Mogilski, J. K., & Welling, L. L. (2017). Staying friends with an ex: Sex and dark personality traits predict motivations for post-relationship friendship. Personality and Individual Differences, 115, 114-119. doi:10.1016/j.paid.2016.04.016. ------ Fisher, H. E., Brown, L. L., Aron, A., Strong, G., & Mashek, D. (2010). Reward, Addiction, and Em ...…
 
Had a fun Saturday outdoors, just checking in for a quick hello! See you all tomorrow.
 
For years onions were one of those crops I avoided growing in the garden. They're cheap and plentiful in markets. Why take up space with such a common veggie? But then I started experimenting with unusual varieties and now I'm hooked on onions.By jstewart@vpr.net (jstewart).
 
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