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Plants are everything. They are also incredibly interesting. From the smallest duckweed to the tallest redwood, the botanical world is full of wonder. Join my friends and I for a podcast celebrating everything botany.
 
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We Dig Plants
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We Dig Plants® brings the Culture to Horticulture. Examining our human interaction with plants via authors, industry professionals, historians, plants people, cooks, gardeners & artists and combining our 20 plus years of designing gardens, we delve into the magic, power and influence of plants within a global context and share that charm with international listeners.
 
The PlantAdvice Gardening Podcast is a podcast covering all aspects of gardening and horticulture, from general gardening advice through to a selection of our favourite plants and plant combinations to reviews of the annual garden shows featuring interviews with the key garden designers and exhibitors.
 
An audio journey through the wonderful wild world of plants. Episodes cover modern and ancient ways wild plants have been used in human culture as food, medicine and utilitarian uses.
 
Kathy Willis considers our changing relationship with plants over the last 250 years - from tools to exploit, to objects of beauty, to being an essential resource we must conserve.
 
Certified Plant-Based nutritionist Ryan Furman discusses the information you want to know about eating a plant-based diet. He's taking your questions now via email (Ryan@MainlyPlants.com) and through social media (@MainlyPlants).
 
Finally! The show that makes healthy living not suck! So you’ll actually want to do it. And so then you’ll actually start feeling, looking and living your best. Expect two exciting shows a week. One: a light-hearted conversation with a pro who takes the HELL out of HEALTHY (be it with a smoothie, acupuncture needles, or a non-judgy style of yoga). Two: me answering your questions (which you can submit on partyinmyplants.com/answermyq)! With episodes about plant-based eating, easy healthy coo ...
 
Dave and Trish talk about gardening and all things plants. Produced by the National Gardening Association.
 
Dave and Trish talk about gardening and all things plants. Produced by the National Gardening Association.
 
Science, Art & Dinner, it’s all in your own backyard. All about plants, gardens, foraging, and more.
 
Brought to you by the editors of Fine Gardening, this fun, informative podcast tackles all things topical in gardening. You’ll listen to the insights (and arguments) of Editor-in-Chief Steve Aitken and Senior Editor Danielle Sherry as they discuss various horticultural subjects on a deeper level. You will also hear from today’s leading horticultural minds who will offer their wisdom and opinions about what you might want to grow in your garden. We guarantee you’ll be entertained and feel lik ...
 
An audio journey through the wonderful wild world of plants. Episodes cover modern and ancient ways wild plants have been used in human culture as food, medicine and utilitarian uses.
 
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Wet Your Plants
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The Houseplant Podcast.
 
Plants are everything. They are also incredibly interesting. From the smallest duckweed to the tallest redwood, the botanical world is full of wonder. Join my friends and I for a podcast celebrating everything botany.
 
Los Angeles based Water The Plants radio show on 93.5 KDAY dedicated to curating new talent and uncovering Hip-Hop's hidden gems. Send song submissions to radio@watertheplants.org
 
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The Plants We Eat
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The Plants We Eat is a podcast about the history, culture, and biology of the plants we eat.
 
Brought to you by the editors of Fine Gardening, this fun, informative podcast tackles all things topical in gardening. You’ll listen to the insights (and arguments) of Editor-in-Chief Steve Aitken and Senior Editor Danielle Sherry as they discuss various horticultural subjects on a deeper level. You will also hear from today’s leading horticultural minds who will offer their wisdom and opinions about what you might want to grow in your garden. We guarantee you’ll be entertained and feel lik ...
 
A podcast about a different invasive plant each week, presented by EB's Rob Nelson. In this first podcasting series Rob decides to take on a subject that he has spent over 4 years studying -- invasive plants. From footage compliled from work around the states, Rob shares quick lessons in invasive plants, so that we can all be a little more educated when it comes to our great outdoors. Join these weekly podcasts, that visually show a unique invader, or problem plant through Rob (and co-host) ...
 
In support of growing milkweed plants I am sharing the value that native milkweed has for monarch butterflies. Your host, Brad Grimm, created a website dedicated to education about milkweed. Visit GrowMilkweedPlants.com Get started taking action to find and grow milkweed. I'll warn you in advance, you may fall in love with this plant. The podcast dedicated to all things milkweed related. Topics include Asclepias, Monarch butterflies, milkweed, gardening and pollinators.
 
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Pause With Plants
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Pause With Plants offers mindful imaginative meditations focused on nature to help us feel connected to the earth and ourselves. – Brittany Gowan Also, follow my plant filled journey on Instagram! @Ihavethisthingwithurbanjungles
 
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Follow The Plants
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Join Tim Smit, the Eden Project’s co-founder, on a journey of discovery as he chooses the best plants to take with us to a new planet, to help us shelter, eat and live.
 
A Podcast dedicated to sharing information for plant based weightlifting, powerlifting ,performance nutrition for today’s elite gym warriors
 
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Plants Over Pills
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A wellness podcast.
 
This Podcast is a guided audio tour of the plants on the DHS campus. You will use it to complete the study packet for your project. Have you ever wondered what the plants are in your yard? Your neighborhood? Here is your opportunity to gain a better understanding and appreciation of the living world around you. The information is copyrighted for use in my classes. Not for distribution or any other use.
 
Two skilled players chat about Plants vs Zombies: Heroes.
 
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Everybody loves chocolate, but where does it really come from?
 
Cara introduces how plants eat and drink and Emma shares her love of the cutest picture ever of the very largest terrarium.
 
Forest conservation has never been more important, especially in Southeast Asia. Rates of forest loss in this region are unprecedented. Much still remains in places like Laos but without proper regulation, more stands to be lost. Luckily places like the Pha Tad Ke Botanical Garden are working hard to ensure that the forests of Laos do not meet ...…
 
Forest conservation has never been more important, especially in Southeast Asia. Rates of forest loss in this region are unprecedented. Much still remains in places like Laos but without proper regulation, more stands to be lost. Luckily places like the Pha Tad Ke Botanical Garden are working hard to ensure that the forests of Laos do not meet ...…
 
In this episode we’re talking about apple recipes and getting your amaryllis to bloom again this year. We discuss whether a large crop of acorns really means it will be a long, cold winter, and answer a listener's question about bringing plants inside. :30 What’s for dinner: Apples, wild and domestic. 4:58 True or False? A big crop of acorns me ...…
 
The story of today’s guest is a long and winding and one that involves crime, international borders and an eff ton of breakfast. Ksenia Avdulova is the breakfast eater behind the @breakfastcriminals an award-nominated wellness brand that meticulously manages to merge food with mindfulness. (And dangerously leads to acai and smoothie bowls cravi ...…
 
This week's 5 min meditation is inspired by The Gardens at St. Luke in the Fields. My favorite green place and a lovely break from city life.I hope you enjoy this guided meditation.Also, follow my plant filled Instagram @IhavethisthingwithUrbanJungles and tag your #PauseWithPlants moments :)Best,Brittany…
 
The sweetest plant you’ll ever meet.
 
My guest today is Shelley Sianta, a PhD student at UC Santa Cruz, and she studies evolution in a group of plants that have specialized on serpentine soils. These may sound like sketchy conditions and indeed they are. Serpentine soils are high in toxic metals and low in precious nutrients. As such, the plants that live there have evolved a varie ...…
 
My guest today is Shelley Sianta, a PhD student at UC Santa Cruz, and she studies evolution in a group of plants that have specialized on serpentine soils. These may sound like sketchy conditions and indeed they are. Serpentine soils are high in toxic metals and low in precious nutrients. As such, the plants that live there have evolved a varie ...…
 
How does your body lose weight in those stubborn areas from eating a WFPB diet?
 
In this episode of Pause With Plants of course I'll chat about our love of plant life but I'll be pairing that with self-care and the launch of my 2 Day Self-Care Plant Camp :). The goal of this camp is to practice self-care while caring for our plants. In this episode I'll also chat about what coaching is and how your can benefit from this sty ...…
 
:55 Just For Fun: It’s the leaf stack challenge! Or we should say, #leafstackchallenge 4:00 Eat/Drink/Grow: Quick fixes to your landscape. Whether you’re having company or just want to spruce up the garden for your own pleasure, Ellen and C.L. offer 10-minute fixes anyone can do. 11:16 Insider Information: Myths about planting bulbs. Thanks to ...…
 
In exactly 1 month from when this episode airs, I’ll be waking up as a married lady for the first morning ever! So I figured right now’s the perfect time to share my chat with a couple who is couple goals to the MAX. Sonja and Alex Overhiser, known on the interwebs as A Couple Cooks, are a writer and photographer duo behind the award-nominated ...…
 
Hello, Heroes! Welcome to another episode of Shroom for Two, laboriously crafted on its namesake day! We recorded our episode early this week, which means two things: 1. You get to hear it two days earlier than usual! 2. We’re doing a mailbag this week instead of the Conjure HG breakdown. Don’t fret! You’ll see that next week on our 50th episod ...…
 
Red. It’s a color oft debated in gardening. While some describe this hot hue as “bold” and “alluring”, others consider it “off-putting” and “difficult to work with.” In this latest episode, Steve and Danielle discuss some of their favorite red plants. Whether it is fire-engine colored blooms or flaming foliage, you’re sure to find an option wit ...…
 
Red. It’s a color oft debated in gardening. While some describe this hot hue as “bold” and “alluring”, others consider it “off-putting” and “difficult to work with.” In this latest episode, Steve and Danielle discuss some of their favorite red plants. Whether it is fire-engine colored blooms or flaming foliage, you’re sure to find an option wit ...…
 
Welcome Back to Wet Your Plants! We have some changes to share, and some kinks to still work out, but we are so happy to be back, and to have you back with us! Learn about the corpse flower and its mysteries from Emma, and hear Cara teach us about the origin of plants.
 
The world of floral mimicry really busts open traditional views on pollination. This spectrum of strategies involves things like poop and carrion mimicry, sexual mimicry, and possibly even fruit mimicry. That is where today's guest comes in. Joining us is Dr. Kate Goodrich, a chemical ecologist from Widener University who studies floral chemist ...…
 
The world of floral mimicry really busts open traditional views on pollination. This spectrum of strategies involves things like poop and carrion mimicry, sexual mimicry, and possibly even fruit mimicry. That is where today's guest comes in. Joining us is Dr. Kate Goodrich, a chemical ecologist from Widener University who studies floral chemist ...…
 
America’s obsession with medication.
 
Hello, Heroes! Welcome to another token-generating episode of Shroom for Two! We’re basically doubling up on cards of the week this time - we gave Atomic Bombergranate short shrift last time, so we’re doing it a favor and giving it some shrift-elongation surgery to start the show, now that we've actually played with the card. Then, we have quit ...…
 
In this episode Ellen explains what to make with under-ripe wild grapes and C.L. persuades listeners to combine some creamy brie cheese with those homegrown tomatoes. Next we explain that the end of the summer is the ideal time to propagate everything from woody ornamentals to annuals and perennials. Now that cooler weather is on the horizon, w ...…
 
My guest today knows first hand, and with her other hand too, just how much a personal crisis can be a catalyst for dramatic self and health discovery. Magdalena Wszelaki’s journey with hormone imbalance began with a diagnosis of Graves’ Disease, Hashimoto’s and Adrenal Fatigue. Yuck. 10 years later, doctors diagnosed her with Estrogen Dominanc ...…
 
I still laugh about the first time I "found milkweed". It was actually dogbane. I revisit this location and walk along the Truckee river in Reno Nevada. Learn about the different kinds of leaf damage on milkweed leaves. Milkweed bugs make a living on the leaf and we meet both the small milkweed bug and red milkweed beetle. Support the show by c ...…
 
Today we will travel to the bright green coastline of Ireland. I hope you enjoy this guided meditation.Also, follow my plant filled Instagram @IhavethisthingwithUrbanJungles and tag your #PauseWithPlants moments :)Best,Brittany
 
Today we are joined by Dr. Sean Hoban, a tree conservation biologist at The Morton Aboretum near Chicago. As you can guess by his title, Dr. Hoban specializes in the science of conserving tree diversity. To do this, Dr. Hoban and his colleagues utilize a wide variety of data from fossils to DNA in order to make sound scientific decisions regard ...…
 
Today we are joined by Dr. Sean Hoban, a tree conservation biologist at The Morton Aboretum near Chicago. As you can guess by his title, Dr. Hoban specializes in the science of conserving tree diversity. To do this, Dr. Hoban and his colleagues utilize a wide variety of data from fossils to DNA in order to make sound scientific decisions regard ...…
 
Hello, Heroes! Welcome to a cantripping episode of Shroom for Two! Apologies for the late posting. This week, we break down all of the Cyclecap decks you all were so kind to provide to us! We sourced a number of decks from the Shroom for Two audience, and devoted pretty much the entire show to them! We discuss what goes in every deck, what sort ...…
 
For episode 1 we tap into bro science , the protein myth and much more . Tune in and please share comment , subscribe ...rate the podcast and click the favorites and subscribe button to stay updated on our episodes .
 
I may not get to bring one of the adorable OG golden girls on my podcast, but I’d say the golden girl of wellness (as crowned by Elle) is an even more perfect guest. Said golden girl of wellness is Candice Kumai who is an internationally-renowned wellness writer, former line cook, former tv host, former-model, TV personality, five-time best-sel ...…
 
The story of the modern strawberry is really the story of a French spy and a brilliant teenager.
 
Plants cannot get up and move. This fact has driven the evolution of plants throughout time leading to a bewildering array of chemical compounds that help them get through life. My guest today is Dr. Lucas Busta who is dedicated to studying and understanding plant chemistry on a deeper level. The realm of plant chemistry is massive but with any ...…
 
Plants cannot get up and move. This fact has driven the evolution of plants throughout time leading to a bewildering array of chemical compounds that help them get through life. My guest today is Dr. Lucas Busta who is dedicated to studying and understanding plant chemistry on a deeper level. The realm of plant chemistry is massive but with any ...…
 
Are you getting your daily dose of this golden wonder?!
 
Hello, Heroes! Welcome to another goatlike episode of Shroom for Two! This week, we ride around on hoverboards in search of grass to eat. Unfortunately, our hoverboards are in the shop, so instead, we discuss everybody’s favorite goat whose name sounds cooler in Spanish, the Hovergoat 3000. We demo a new segment this week, where we blend the ca ...…
 
: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 ...…
 
In this episode, you’ll slurp up my best advice for doing an occasional single day only juice party (also known as a 1-day juice cleanse). I’m spilling all I know about having that party feel so good you’ll want to pull an all-nighter. (Like have the 1-day juice cleanse lead into more plant eating the next day.) You know what? Enough analogies. ...…
 
Fall monarch migration is beginning now. Monarch's keep warm in Mexico and California. If they were people we would call them snow-birds. Are you ready for winter? Check out these parkas insulated with the fibers of milkweed plants. Asclepias clothing is light, hypoallergenic and renewable. Plus it will keep you warm thru the winter! Mason bees ...…
 
Garlic is one of those rare plants that just doesn’t like to make seeds very much.
 
Pollination is a fascinating phenomenon to ponder. There seems to be as many variations on the subject as there are flowering plant species. Wonder and amazement wait around every corner. My guest today has devoted his career to such investigations. Joining us is University of Northampton professor Dr. Jeff Ollerton who, among other things, stu ...…
 
Pollination is a fascinating phenomenon to ponder. There seems to be as many variations on the subject as there are flowering plant species. Wonder and amazement wait around every corner. My guest today has devoted his career to such investigations. Joining us is University of Northampton professor Dr. Jeff Ollerton who, among other things, stu ...…
 
According to Dr. Ralph Green, vegans and vegetarians aren’t eating healthy. Listen and then let him know what you think.
 
Hello, Heroes! Welcome to a nutritious episode of Shroom for Two! We start this week off by issuing some hypergeometric mea culpas, having previously steered you wrong on everybody's favorite cumulative probability distribution calculator. Next, we give one last probabilistic hurrah to our friend the HGC, when discussing our Card of the Week, F ...…
 
My guest today is so passionate about drinking plant-packed juices that he dubbed himself the “Juice Guru” which you’d think might be a bold title until you see how boldly Steve Prussack actually lives up to it! In addition to shooting plant drinks into his body every day, he and his wife Julie help over 100,000 dedicate juicees do the same. Th ...…
 
Chia, it’s more than just a fuzzy green pet, it’s also a superfood!
 
The Wollemi pine is one of the world's rarest trees. These mysterious gymnosperms was unknown to science until 1994. Their discovery made headlines around the globe. My guest today, Dr. Heidi Zimmer, has the distinct honor of working with this wonderful species. Join us for a conversation all about Wollemia nobilis. This episode was produced in ...…
 
The Wollemi pine is one of the world's rarest trees. These mysterious gymnosperms was unknown to science until 1994. Their discovery made headlines around the globe. My guest today, Dr. Heidi Zimmer, has the distinct honor of working with this wonderful species. Join us for a conversation all about Wollemia nobilis. This episode was produced in ...…
 
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