Best Landscapes podcasts we could find (Updated August 2018)
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Join Kim Eierman, Founder of EcoBeneficial!, for useful gardening tips to improve our environment. Kim shares her own tips and interviews some of the leaders in the ecological gardening movement.
 
All about the art, science, and love of landscape photography
 
The Landscape Conversations podcast series explores the diverse ways in which landscape is worked in, thought of and defined. Our guests in conversation include landscape architects, scientists, artists, filmmakers and others who shape how we understand the landscape.
 
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Lives in a Landscape
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Documentary series telling original stories about real lives in Britain today
 
A Platform to Elevate and Connect Voices within Landscape ArchitectureOUR MISSIONTo record and share the stories, intentions, and impacts of emerging and established landscape architects.WHY?As landscape architecture's role expands to shape both physical and socioeconomic spaces, we can increase our contributions to environmental impact, social justice, and new roles yet to be seen by broadcasting the profession's diverse voices and their associated discussions.By capturing and expanding the ...
 
Madeleine Bunting travels the country to meet writers inspired by location, and finds out how they go about interpreting their environments in words.
 
Iain Stewart takes a walk through some of Scotland's most intriguing landscapes, revealing how human activity has shaped the land we see today.
 
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Landscape Live!
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Listen along as Brendon Porter and Aaron King recount the funny, scary and weird stories from their photography adventures throughout beautiful Utah and the surrounding areas. We discuss what went well, what could have gone better and what we learned as we were out there. When we aren't talking recent adventures, we learn from guest photographers in the area and worldwide who share the same love of landscape and astrophotography.If you are a beginning landscape or astrophotographer, come alo ...
 
Lawn and Landscape Podcast was created for someone starting, running, and trying to grow a Lawn and Landscape Business. We talk about problems, marketing, sales, pricing, and much more. www.lawnandlandscapesupply.com percy@lawnandlandscapesupply.com
 
Learn how to start a successful lawn care and landscaping business! LandscapeBusinessCourse.com These podcast episodes are short, digestible, actionable tips to get your business off the ground and become successful. The show includes interviews with landscapers and course members that are looking to grow their business. Mike Andes gives LIVE advice and consulting to REAL business owners. Get tips on how to advertise your business, hire the right employees, and scale your company! Mike Andes ...
 
Conversations about Architecture & Landscape from the Kingston School of Art, London
 
Landscape Architecture
 
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Martian Landscape
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Martian Landscape broadcasts weekly on DashRadio.com's "11" and "70's" stations, with archived episodes available here via podcast! Martian Landscape focuses on musical obscurities (and absurdities) from 70's hard rock/psychedelia, New Wave of British Heavy Metal, thrash metal, 70's/80's glam, 60's garage rock, punk, new wave, post punk, and whatever else your host, The Maestro, can pull from his vast musical archives, Martian Landscape will take you on a 2 hour tour of the unknown...downloa ...
 
Landscape Digital Show with Jeff Korhan is for green industry companies that want to grow their landscape or lawn care business with digital marketing. In less than ten minutes, each episode delivers inspirational ideas and actionable plans for using digital media to attract and engage customers, talented team members, and community supporters. Discover how to build a loyal audience and distinguish your business using social media, email, and content marketing to create exceptional customer ...
 
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Landscape Live
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Landscape Live! is a weekly talk show for landscape professionals who want to gain valuable insights from some of the biggest names in the green industry.
 
Regular installments of the latest business information, management best practices and technical updates from market-leading manufacturers.
 
Cultural Heritage is a documentary program series that looks back at the history of human civilizations which have flourished along the rivers and mountainous landscapes in China. The civilizations can be traced back thousands of years ago. Their golden days have left their marks, but in face of modernization, they are being slowly washed away. The ten episodes of the series reveal how men manage to survive upon the gifts from the nature, a manifestation of the human wisdom. The series takes ...
 
Grab your tea and knitting and settle in with Sarah and Katie as we talk about what makes working with yarn so awesome. We’re Canadian urban prairie girls, sisters, sci-fi and fantasy fans, and can seriously talk about knitting all the time.
 
Science, Art & Dinner, it’s all in your own backyard. All about plants, gardens, foraging, and more.
 
Jazzy, soulful club culture worldwide - nujazz, broken beat, house, jazz, soul, funk, boogie and other international musical delights.
 
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Landscape Design
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Landscape Design
 
Business of Design is a coaching community for independent interior design professionals—designers, decorators, stagers, stylists, architects and landscape designers. Join to gain access to more than 100 design management courses. Change happens now....
 
Audio guide for twenty two key works from the 2007 25th anniversary of the National Gallery of Australia exhibition 'Ocean to Outback: Australian Landscape Painting 1850–1950' curated by National Gallery Director, Ron Radford AM and celebrates the rich history of landscape painting in Australia.
 
Landscape Conservation, Winter 2013
 
Reading and Writing: Books about Landscape Architecture, Spring 2012
 
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Real Landscape
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Podcast by Real Landscape
 
Landscape Slayers is a podcast celebrating women's stories and contributions to our spaces & places. Touching on subjects as broad as history, myth, culture, religion, and science in order to understand how designed places have been shaped over time and how women have played a significant role in shaping them. This is a space for all those fabulous women, past, present and future, who are rocking our physical world. A place to share stories, be inspired, and come together to celebrate and li ...
 
If you want a home you will love in the New Year, and for many years to follow, opt for the best landscaping Dorking can offer, Precise Construction. For more detail visit: http://precise-construction.co.uk/landscaping-dorking/
 
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Landscape Voices
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Landscape Voices is a modern podcast platform to tell stories informed by knowledge and science. Accelerating action toward a more sustainable world. Inspired by integrity, honesty and objectivity. Covering people's voices from around the world on landscapes and finance, restoration, rights, measuring progress, food and livelihoods.
 
UC Davis's Landscape Architecture lunchbag lecture series is offered this spring by professor Claire Napawan.
 
American Landscape weekly podcasts are all about the readings assigned for each week.
 
Southern Landscapes S2
 
Love for Learning Beyond Schooling
 
Landscape Pictures from Countries around and from Europe. I will show the beauties of various landscapes
 
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Landscape Design S1
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Landscape Design S1
 
Southern Landscapes S2
 
New podcast weblog
 
UC Davis's Landscape Architecture lunchbag lecture series is offered this winter by professor David de la Pena.
 
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Landscape Design S1
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Landscape Design S1
 
Terrible, terrible decisions to make
 
We help small landscape companies grow into a successful business.
 
Note: Visit www.landscapelive.net for the latest shows! A weekly talk show for landscape professionals who want to grow their companies profitably. Please click on the "Follow" button beneath the Landscape Live! logo to receive regular reminders to tune in!
 
Moments of peace from beautiful locations around the world. Just take a moment to relax. You deserve to. Each podcast is 1.5 minutes of HD scenary. No music or voiceover, just natural surroundings. Designed to give you a few moments of peace in your day. Travel with us and be free.
 
Timeless landscape design for lifelong living.
 
Growing from a friendship forged at the Cullowhee Native Plant Conference many moons ago, this rock star trio has brought podcasting to a whole new level. I'm not saying that's a high level, just a new level.
 
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Master Your Lens
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Master Your Lens is an inspirational photography podcast dedicated to helping you take better pictures. Hosted by celebrity photographer, Matthew Jordan Smith, the podcast shares inspiring stories from Matthew 27 year career photographing the world's icons. Along the way, Matthew shares tips on how you can master your lens and become a better photographer
 
Dynamic Landscapes of Hong Kong
 
Audio guide to thirty-two works from the Turner to Monet: triumph of Landscape exhibition shown at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra 14 July – 16 October 2006.
 
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"Every student deserves a good teacher, every teacher deserves the opportunity to be a great teacher" -Teri Almquist Building an inner connection with yourself isn't easy. This union, or yoga, is hard work. It's about trust--first in a teacher when you don't yet know how to trust yourself or you are overwhelmed by pain, fear, or self-doubt. But ...…
 
:30 What’s For Dinner: Savory Tarts Pick your favorite vegetables or herbs, add some eggs and cheese, and make savory tarts for appetizers, lunch or dinner. 5:04 Plant noob: Lawn Substitutes. Tired of mowing? Is there really such a thing as a no-maintenance lawn substitute? 12:42 Eat/Drink/Grow: Hedges. What to plant, how and when to prune, kee ...…
 
The Here We Gnome Again KAL is gnoming along and we have two tips for yarn stash. Oh, and there may be castles. Show notes can be found on the Imagined Landscapes website: imaginedlandcapes.com/podcast, and come chat with us in the Ravelry group: ravelry.com/groups/imagined-landscapes
 
Nick Filth grew up in an abusive home, dropped out of high school after ninth grade, was homeless for a time, and addicted to drugs, but ironically his experiences with THC and psychedelics sent him out of this world then back to his own life-- his truth, which is a place and point of view way more expansive and stunningly beautiful and loving ...…
 
:40 What’s for dinner: Blueberries 6:54 Insider Information: Soil pH. In other words, how acid or alkaline your ground is, and why you should care. 14:58 Eat/Drink/Grow: Panicle Hydrangeas. Large or small, there is a dependable and beautiful plant for your landscape. 24:58 Did You Know: Is it helpful to water the leaves of a plant in hot weathe ...…
 
Pew pew! We've got a surprise KAL for our 50th episode! Show notes can be found on the Imagined Landscapes website: imaginedlandcapes.com/podcast, and come chat with us in the Ravelry group: ravelry.com/groups/imagined-landscapes
 
:30 What’s for dinner: Throw it on the Barbie! Grilling, farmed and foraged. 5:52 Plant noob: How often do I have to fertilize annuals, perennials and containers? 12:58 Eat/Drink/Grow: “Feed Me!” Carnivorous plants… grow your own bug traps…just don’t try and feed them hamburger. Carnivorous plants can be ordered online from Predatory Plants, Gr ...…
 
Sarah tells us all about the lastest cabley gnome, & Katie switches, predictably, from dreaming about casting on her next sweater to casting on her next wearable blanket. Sarah discovers something called “obligation stash” and tells us all what the heck that’s about. Show notes can be found on the Imagined Landscapes website: imaginedlandcapes. ...…
 
Katie donates her vacation to Project AwesomeHouse, Sarah finishes socks for Rainer, and Katie finishes a beautiful replacement for her lost Adrift cardigan. Show notes can be found on the Imagined Landscapes website: imaginedlandcapes.com/podcast, and come chat with us in the Ravelry group: ravelry.com/groups/imagined-landscapes…
 
1:20 What’s For Dinner: Best Edibles Ellen and I award a Golden Gnome to edible plants with surprising flavors. 3:56 Insider Information: Best desk bouquet Flowers What a treat it is to gather flowers and foliage for small bouquets. And the Gnome goes to… 6:59 Eat, Drink, Grow: Science, Art and Dinner! And the Gnome goes to… Best Gathering of T ...…
 
“One is never afraid of the unknown; one is afraid of the known coming to an end.” ----Jiddu Krishnamurti Traveling the landscapes for learning is a challenge for so many of us human beings, but Grace Tempany’s personality, disposition, and training in self-inquiry makes her unusually well-suited for riding the waves of change and challenge as ...…
 
“The best way is to understand yourself, and then you will understand everything. So when you try hard to make your own way, you will help others, and you will be helped by others. Before you make your own way you cannot help anyone, and no one can help you.” ― Shunryu Suzuki, Zen Mind, Beginner's Mind: Informal Talks on Zen Meditation and Prac ...…
 
In late June it’s time to talk about repeat sowings of salad greens, foraging for lamb’s quarters, sending houseplants to summer camp, and all about Rosa rugosa. Ellen and C.L. end the episode with advice about how to keep a hanging basket looking good all summer. 0:35 What’s For Dinner? Planting and foraging for a continual harvest. 6:25 For t ...…
 
Sarah finds her knitting mojo, Katie has more grand sweater plans, and we both play board games with strangers. Show notes can be found on the Imagined Landscapes website: imaginedlandcapes.com/podcast, and come chat with us in the Ravelry group: ravelry.com/groups/imagined-landscapes
 
:35 What’s For Dinner? How you can preserve the plants you forage for or grow by dehydrating. 6:07 Insider Information: Herbs: The Delightful Dozen – Ellen and C.L. talk about their must-grow herbs. Chives, Fennel, Thyme, Mint, Dill, French Tarragon, Lemon Verbena, Lavender, Sage, Rosemary, Basil, Cilantro. 18:42 Eat/Drink/Grow: Early summer pe ...…
 
Sarah's knitting again, so we both chat about what we're working on, Sarah shares about her newly released pattern, and we weigh in on some summer blockbusters! Show notes can be found on the Imagined Landscapes website: imaginedlandcapes.com/podcast, and come chat with us in the Ravelry group: ravelry.com/groups/imagined-landscapes…
 
"A Parent-Teacher Conference about Values" is a solo episode about my book-in-progress It's Not About The Grades: Love for Learning Beyond Schooling which I hope to revise and publish in the coming months. I provide a brief, yet incomplete, overview of the book in progress and read an excerpt from a chapter that is about the parent-teacher conf ...…
 
"All of humanity's problems stem from his inability to sit quietly in a room alone"- Blaise Pascal One of my goals with the Landscapes for Learning project is to draw more attention to the need for an explicitly taught wisdom curriculum for high schoolers as a counter balance to all the demands of the external landscape put upon kids today. To ...…
 
:33 What’s For Dinner? Asparagus! What types to buy and how to grow this spring treat. 7:42 True or False? Marigolds We’ve all heard about it: “Plant marigolds to keep insects away from your vegetables.” But does it work? 11:32 Eat/Drink/Grow 28:07 Questions or Love Letters Lane asks, “Is it too late to plant?”…
 
Today we’re talking about Katie’s knitting, Sarah’s painting, and a few house surprises that mean it’s a good thing Sarah knits! Show notes can be found on the Imagined Landscapes website: imaginedlandcapes.com/podcast, and come chat with us in the Ravelry group: ravelry.com/groups/imagined-landscapes…
 
:40 What’s for dinner: Questions about wild-crafted cocktails and raised bed vegetables. 4:40 Plant noob: Can you have too much compost? 7:31 Eat/Drink/Grow: We answer questions about deer, smart pots, dahlias, Rhododendron mulch, and under-planting Japanese maples. 23:11 Insider Information: Emptying a Gardener’s Supply cart, our favorite gard ...…
 
We revel in warm temperatures but our knitting fervor doesn’t cool off. Sarah takes a detour, and Katie can’t wait for you to see Avengers:Infinity War. Show notes can be found on the Imagined Landscapes website: imaginedlandcapes.com/podcast, and come chat with us in the Ravelry group: ravelry.com/groups/imagined-landscapes…
 
Changu Changezi is an ordinary guy with an inspiring story about learning and landscapes. He is a traveling Bikram yoga teacher who lives his life with integrity, authenticity, and an unshakeable sense of self. He has been traveling the world teaching Bikram yoga for the past four years, approaching learning with an open heart and an open mind ...…
 
"All good things are wild & free" -Henry David Thoreau Niki tells her story about traveling across the landscapes of nature-- as avid hiker/outdoor enthusiast, wolf-advocate (yes, they need our help!), Bikram yogi, and exotic animal handler. After a not-so-great, though sadly typical, experience with public high "schooling," Niki blossomed into ...…
 
Grace and I discuss our desire to begin a conversation about teaching as moral and teaching with courage and integrity. We discuss the need for more authentic forms of teaching and learning in school, so that kids can embark on their individual journeys toward the self rather than just trying to find the right answer for an A on a test or colle ...…
 
:32 What’s For Dinner? Edible Flowers Whether you plant them or pick them in the wild, there are many spring flowers that will make your dinner table tastier and more attractive. 6:58 Insider Information: Skunk Cabbage If you’ve gone for a walk in a boggy area this spring, you might have caught sight of this strange and fascinating plant. 11:47 ...…
 
In this first podcast, I introduce myself and my purpose for the Landscapes for Learning podcast. I was motivated to create the Landscapes for Learning project to counter students' and parents' and schools' over-valuation of grades and competition for college acceptance as the key to a good life. As a long-time educator, I saw this value and it ...…
 
This Landscapes for Learning solo podcast is a motivational speech/ mini-lecture about exploring your inner landscape in order to be the hero of your own life! You ARE the hero of your own journey, and understanding who you are is the most important course you will ever take in your life as a student. You should be at the center of your own cur ...…
 
We roam over the usual stomping grounds, plus Sarah impulse shops, and we save the world from a terrible fate. In board game form Show notes can be found on the Imagined Landscapes website: imaginedlandcapes.com/podcast, and come chat with us in the Ravelry group: ravelry.com/groups/imagined-landscapes…
 
Including the typical segments you’ll hear in every episode of the Plantrama podcast :15 Introduction by Janet Endsley, NWFGS Program Director 2:14 Ellen and C.L. introduce each other. (One of us is a cat person, and another a dog person…) 4:04 What’s For Dinner? The Merry Woodsman Cocktail In a cocktail shaker full of ice, combine two ounces o ...…
 
We wrap up the Better Sweater KAL and give out some prizes! We also crack each other up. A lot. Show notes can be found on the Imagined Landscapes website: imaginedlandcapes.com/podcast, and come chat with us in the Ravelry group: ravelry.com/groups/imagined-landscapes
 
We get ready to wrap up the Better Sweater KAL while Sarah’s off to her first board game con, we both have FOs, and we wonder if they’ll cast Bruce Willis. Show notes can be found on the Imagined Landscapes website: imaginedlandcapes.com/podcast, and come chat with us in the Ravelry group: ravelry.com/groups/imagined-landscapes…
 
:40 What’s for dinner: Rhubarb & Knotweed Fresh stems and shoots are on the menu today – from cultivated rhubarb to the wild Japanese knotweed (Fallopia japonica). Early spring crops are what's for dinner. 5:16 Insider Information: Curb Appeal What, specifically, is curb appeal? How can we all get more, and does it mean a total landscape makeov ...…
 
:35 What’s For Dinner: Edible Landscaping We discuss some of the plants that do double duty in the landscape: these are attractive and edible! The plants mentioned are: Roses, crabapple trees, plum trees, blueberries (Vaccinium corymbosum) old-fashioned quince (Chaenomeles japonica 'Toyo-Nishiki’), bee balm, ostrich fern (Matteuccia struthiopte ...…
 
We're in the final month of the Better Sweater KAL, and give away a chatter prize for February. Plus, an interview with Kim McBrien Evans of Indigo Dragonfly yarns.
 
30 What’s for dinner: Mustards, Cresses, and Peas Spring greens and Peas What to forage for in early spring, and should you really plant peas on Saint Patrick’s Day? 5:18 Insider Information: Cymbidiums How to grow Cymbidium orchids, keep them alive through summer and bring them back into flower. 9:15 Eat/Drink/Grow: Cold Frames and Other Ways ...…
 
More Better Sweater KAL talk, and an interview with Amy Herzog in the second half. Show notes can be found on the Imagined Landscapes website: imaginedlandcapes.com/podcast, and come chat with us in the Ravelry group: ravelry.com/groups/imagined-landscapes
 
:33 What’s For Dinner: Jams Ellen is a big jam maker. Here how she saves fruit for cooking up jams later. She advises that people new to jams and jellies get the Ball Blue Book or So Easy To Preserve. 8:11 The Plant Noob: Lemon Cypress This lime colored small tree is often sold at Christmas time as a holiday plant. Ellen and C.L. talk about how ...…
 
We catch up on the KAL, Katie finally finishes some things, and Sarah has lots of board games to talk about. We also nerd out about Critical Role. Show notes can be found on the Imagined Landscapes website: imaginedlandcapes.com/podcast, and come chat with us in the Ravelry group: ravelry.com/groups/imagined-landscapes…
 
:35 – 6:10 What’s For Dinner: Microgreens – you can grow these tasty, nutritious greens yourself, indoors, even in the winter time. 6:12 – 12:00 Insider Information: Spider mites – at this time of year you might find spider mites on your indoor plants. 12:05 – 23:23 Eat/Drink/Grow: Pruning – why we prune plants and a basic recipe for approachin ...…
 
We’ve both finally started our Better Sweaters, and Katie has a couple of new kinds of recommendations. Sarah’s off galavanting, and reports on just how many projects she needs to take on a 10 day trip. Show notes can be found on the Imagined Landscapes website: imaginedlandcapes.com/podcast, and come chat with us in the Ravelry group: ravelry. ...…
 
0:34 What’s for dinner: Advance planning? Ordering veggie seeds for growing this spring and winter foraging. 6:37 Plant noob: Why you should know about Sansevieria, the Swiss Army Knife of Plants. 11:37 Eat/Drink/Grow: The Art, Science and Dinner of Seeds 23:12 Insider Information: Methusela…the story of the 2000 year old palm seed that sproute ...…
 
We share a remedy for cold toes, talk about the Better Sweater KAL, recommend sushi you can’t eat, and Katie shares about Vogue Knitting Live in NY.
 
0:37 – 4:33 What’s for dinner: Foraged Pesto and Winter Squash Soup 4:37 – 10:56 Insider Information: “Breathing Room” 11:03 – 25:15 Eat/Drink/Grow: The Art, Science and Dinner of Orchids 25:25 – 30:33 Did You Know: How to keep an Amaryllis from year to year. 30:36 – 35:15 Love Letters and Questions: A love note from Kerry.…
 
Gift knitting, words for the year, and we kick off the Better Sweater KAL! Show notes can be found on the Imagined Landscapes website: imaginedlandcapes.com/podcast, and come chat with us in the Ravelry group: ravelry.com/groups/imagined-landscapes
 
0:30 – 5:37 What’s for Dinner: Calamondin Citrus 5:43 – 11:51 Did You Know: Paperwhite Narcissus 12:02 - 20:08 Eat/Drink/Grow: Cyclamen 20:14 – 24:53 Insider Information: The Franklinia Story 24:56 – 27:28 Love Letters and Questions: Addison asks about weeds to eat from the lawn.
 
We chat about pre-Christmas and travel knitting, and review a board game called Seikatsu.
 
What’s For Dinner :40 Winter cocktails are on the menu in this episode. Ellen gives a recipe for a foraged Carob Horchata and C.L. talks about using the rosemary plant your brought indoors to create a Rosemary Gin Gin. Links to recipes at Plantrama.com Insider Information 4:20 Mice! How to prevent mouse damage on newly planted trees and in othe ...…
 
Katie has a surprise WIP, Sarah squeaks out the tiny sweaters, we share a discount code from Indigo Dragonfly for our KAL, and end by talking about Star Trek Discovery. Show notes can be found on the Imagined Landscapes website: imaginedlandcapes.com/podcast, and come chat with us in the Ravelry group: ravelry.com/groups/imagined-landscapes…
 
00: What’s For Dinner - we discuss what is on a forager’s Thanksgiving table, and what is on a vegetable gardener’s spread. Find links to the recipes here: 8:59: The Plant Noob - Today’s topic is common cooking sage, aka Salvia officinalis. 12:59: Eat, Drink, Grow - We’re growing Christmas cactus and Thanksgiving cactus in this episode. What th ...…
 
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