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Best Sean and Allison McManus podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Sean and Allison McManus podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Today, I want to tell you our 3 great reasons why you need to deadhead your perennials this summer. We enjoy flowers and their color sooo much, but you might ask yourself this summer, "should I clean the dead flowers off my plants and from the ground, OR should I just leave them, like when these plants are in their natural setting, in nature? Here …
 
Today, I want to tell you what 5 common flower pests to watch for this summer. You have planted your flowers this spring and for the coming summer months to enjoy, but now their leaves, stems, and even flowers are being eaten and you don't know what has caused this damage. Here are 5 common plant and flower pests to watch for this summer and the da…
 
On today's episode we tell you about where we have been and what we have been up to. You'll hear about our YouTube channel, our new start page, a brand new product we are working on bringing to market, and more. Go to spokengarden.com/55 to find our more and find links to everything we talked about. Connect with us on Instagram or Pinterest See ya …
 
Today, I want to tell you what the difference is between using soil amendments and fertilizers in your garden. We all want to improve our plants health by using soil amendments and fertilizers, but sometimes it can be confusing to know the difference is between the two because they are two different things. Listen to this episode the hear the diffe…
 
Today, I want to tell you about local quick and easy free mulch sources you can use. Mulch does so much for our gardens and plants. It retains moisture for plants to take up. It insulates plant roots, decreases erosion and soil compaction, suppresses weeds, and sooo much more. Listen to today episode to hear three free local sources to get mulch. G…
 
Today, I want to give you 5 easy ways to edge around your garden. Edging around your garden keeps your mulch in place, shows clear lines between garden beds, walkways, and grass areas, and can ease your gardens care. Listen to hear our 5 easy ideas to edge around your garden. Go to this episodes webpage at spokengarden.com/147 to find out more abou…
 
Today we are talking about common watering mistakes gardeners make when they're establishing new plants. Both Allison and I have made some of these over the years. Whether you are a beginning gardener or if you have been gardening for a couple of years you have probably made one of these mistakes, too. Go to spokengarden.com/54 to download Dramm Co…
 
Today, I want to tell you what a watering wand or rain wand is and how it can deliver water to plants in a gentle pattern to those hard to reach plants and more. Go to spokengarden.com/146 to find out more AND to download Dramms' Rain-Wand watering tips sheet. Find other quick-tip garden topics at spokengarden.com and click the Listen Tab. And subs…
 
Today, I want to tell you how to know the difference between a weed or a plant. It's a really common question we get; "Is this plant a weed that's in my garden?" First we should say what a weed is. Then ask yourself these three questions. Listen to this episode to find our more. Go to spokengarden.com/145 to learn more about weeds, find resources y…
 
We talk to Janice Cox. She is a writer, author, and home-beauty-expert. Janice sat down with us this past February before the pandemic really hit to tell us all about "At Home Beauty" with plants and regular household supplies/food, how she became a natural beauty expert, and her new "Beautiful Luffa" book that was released this past April. Listen …
 
Summer flowering bulbs need to be planted now in the ground or in containers now. Hear how to prep and then plant your bulbs on this episode. Go to this episodes webpage at spokengarden.com/144 to learn more and get specific popular bulb planting info examples you could use right now. Find other quick-tip garden topics at spokengarden.com and click…
 
Lower your stress levels about whether you planted your seeds, seedlings, bulbs, and plants by listening to this episode to hear about how we successfully do our spring plantings and how you can, too. Go to spokengarden.com/52 to download the Spring Planting freebie sheet with our hacks on how to make planting this spring sooo much easier for you. …
 
A question we see from new gardeners a lot is what is the difference between annual plants and perennial plants? It can be confusing if you don't know, so listen to find out. Go to spokengarden.com/143 for more info and to find examples of annuals and perennials for your garden. Find other quick-tip garden topics at spokengarden.com and click the L…
 
Today I want to tell you how to get your garden beds ready for planting this spring. Go to this episodes webpage at spokengarden.com/142 to get more info on tools to use, what to add to your soil to help it drain better, hold more nutrients and water, and more. Also, go to spokengarden.com/141 to learn more on how to make garden containers out of h…
 
Today we will be going over how to create new plants from the ones you already have in your garden. Super Fun! Yay! Since we are supposed to be self-quarantining and social distancing, what better way to stay healthy AND get new plants for your garden this spring than to create them yourself from your own plants. You'll hear 5 different regularly r…
 
Today, how to make garden containers from household items while you shelter-in-place. We all need to stay home right now to keep ourselves and our loved ones healthy and safe while we ride out this pandemic. One way to do this is by container gardening. Well, you can still create those flower containers from different household items you already ha…
 
Allison and I talk about planning, prepping, planting, and then starting to establish new plants in your garden this spring, even under quarantine. Even if your garden goals have changed with the global pandemic of the Coronavirus and you want to grow more vegetables than flowers, listen to this episode to still plan, prep, plant this spring, and s…
 
Today I want to tell you 8 quick spring planting steps. Even under quarantined or sheltering-in-place, you want to garden and we are right there with you. You're ready to place that new plants in the ground, in raised beds, or container. Listen to here are 8 quick spring planting steps Want to know more about planting your new plants? Go to this ep…
 
Today I want to tell you what plant propagation is. This is a horticultural and landscape industry term for growing plants, usually thought of in mass production, but also growing single or small groupings of plants at your home. Listen to learn more and think about how you can propagate your own plants at home. Go to spokengarden.com/139 to learn …
 
Mulching anytime of year is very important for so many reasons, but in the Spring it's important because this is a great time to replenish your garden soil with nutrients, to keep improving your soils structure, and to keep any weed seeds from germinating. Listen to hear Allison and my spring mulching reminders for you! Go to spokengarden.com/138 f…
 
We're excited for you to hear our interview with Jeff and Laurie Gordon, from Daisy Rain Garden System! They invented and are offering their unique container watering system to home owners who want a set-it and forget-it watering system that is out of sight and simplifies container watering all spring and summer. Let them tell you their story and h…
 
What if we told you that whatever plants you want to buy at the store to bring home could work for whatever you wanted them for, IF YOU PLAN and get organized BEFORE you go to the store to buy any plants? Well, today we go over simple ways to help you design your next garden project and also tell you about the importance of knowing what you already…
 
Anemone are beautiful early spring to early summer flowering plant that can help you welcome the spring season! There are amazingly bright colors to choose from and here is quick information to help you care best for your Anemone starting this spring. Go to spokengarden.com/137 for more info, episode player, links, and a whole lot more. Find other …
 
We go over three areas of need to help you start finding and adding plants to your garden this spring. They are Garden Needs, Plant Needs, and Your Needs (your likes and dislikes for color, texture, and more) and give you examples from our garden that fit most gardeners situations to help you move forward in your garden planning this spring. Listen…
 
It's really important to know your garden's soil texture because certain plants grow and thrive better in different kinds of soil. Today I want to give you two easy ways to test your garden soil texture. Listen to hear how to test your garden soil texture. Go to spokengarden.com/136 for more info, episode player, links, and a whole lot more. Find o…
 
We're excited you are here today with us to hear our interview with Tom Garlock, President and Co-Founder, from Garden Like a Girl! He and His wife Mary are redesigning and reshaping womens gloves so they are more comfortable, fit better, and are rugged to use in your garden no matter what you do. They are a small company with huge dreams to rethin…
 
Cold Hardiness might make you think of winter, low temperatures, ice, snow, plant damage, or general plant health, amongst other things. But what does it actually mean? Listen to find out! Good plant reference books to find specific plant hardiness: the American Horticultural Society or Royal Horticultural Society. Live outside the US? Go to episod…
 
This is going to be a fun and exciting episode for you where you get to meet innovative and fun people from three different organizations that can really help you in your garden this year and for years to come. Are you ready? Listen to hear more. Go to spokengarden.com/48 for links and show notes. Connect with us on Instagram or Pinterest And, find…
 
This phrase has been around for many years and it is describing how you should plan and actually add plants to your garden based on its and your needs. Listen to hear how you can apply it to your garden. Links and more info is available on this episodes webpage at spokengarden.com/134 . Find other one-minute topics at spokengarden.com/podcast Conne…
 
On this episode, I talk with Jessica Reinhardt from DRAMM Corporation about her role at DRAMM, the super fun and useful watering tools they offer, and much more. AND, listen to hear all about Allison and my's three favorite DRAMM tools. So let's talk with Jessica! Episodes webpage Connect with us on Instagram or Pinterest And, find us on your favor…
 
Crocus are a great late winter-early spring flowering plant to help welcome the spring season! They are very easy to care for. Listen to hear helpful information to best care for your Crocus (Croci for plural) this late winter and early spring. Find other one-minute topics at spokengarden.com/podcast Connect with us on Instagram or Pinterest And, f…
 
If you're like Allison and me, you like seeing pollinators in your garden year round and seeing them in the spring is super exciting! Listen to hear 6 different ways to attract more pollinators to your garden this spring! Find other one-minute topics at spokengarden.com/podcast Connect with us on Instagram or Pinterest And, find us on your favorite…
 
Sustainability is on everyone's mind these days and here are 3 ideas on how you can make your garden more sustainable this year. Listen to hear our three ideas to make your garden more sustainable! Find other one-minute topics at spokengarden.com/podcast Connect with us on Instagram or Pinterest And, find us on your favorite podcast platform and Al…
 
Whether you are new to gardening or have been gardening for a while, you should take inventory of your garden to know what you have. Your inventory can be fancy or very simple. Listen to learn the three main points to make your own garden inventory and find out how to get guided help to make your garden inventory. You can also join our Free Power-U…
 
Did your love of plants begin at an early age, or is it more of a recent thing? Sean's love of gardening and plants started a long time ago. Listen to learn how his family's Rhododendron farm let to a lifelong passion to teach others about plant care. SpokenGarden.com Connect with us on Instagram or Pinterest See ya in the Garden! All rights reserv…
 
Today I want to tell you about winter Jasmine companion plants. Winter Jasmine is a beautiful and fragrant plant that can liven up your garden this cold and dreary time of year, blooming to welcome the end of winter and the beginning of spring. With those colorful yellow flowers, mounding or low growing form, and unique leaves, it's a wonder why mo…
 
Today Allison and I want to first say Happy New Year to you! And, if you want to start a new garden but aren't sure where to start, listen to this episode to go over all the steps you need to take to start your new garden. On this episode, we are going to tell you about our Power-Up Garden Care Challenge to help you with getting you organized, guid…
 
Today I want to tell you about the top 5 garden trends for 2020. Each year there are new trends and the start of another is a great time to hear about upcoming trends, especially for gardening. Here are the top 5 garden trends for 2020, compiled from Garden Design, the National Association of Landscape Professionals, and from Garden Media Group. Li…
 
Today I want to tell you about our top 5 garden tech trends for you for sustainability in 2020. It is already 2020 and you might be asking yourself "what are this year's garden technology trends I should be looking for?". We have put a list together for you based on what technology is available to make your garden more sustainable and leave less of…
 
Today I want to tell you about ideas for setting your garden goals for the new year! If you are like Allison and me, you have goals for this new year in 2020 and you want to set some goals also for your garden. If you are looking for goal ideas for your garden, here are a few to think about. Listen to hear more about these three great garden goals …
 
Today's topic is Christmas Rose companion plants. Christmas Rose Hellebore is one winter blooming plant that you can count on to bring color and texture to your garden during this cold and drab time of year. If you want to add some other plants around it, what plants should you plant? Listen to learn great companion plants that you can place around…
 
Today's topic is last minute gift ideas for under $10. If you are scrambling and getting worried you haven't bought anything yet for those last few people on your list this holiday season, you can now stop worrying. They are: Corona Long Straight Snips, Stainless Steel InSassy Garden Kneeling Pad DRAMM RainSelect Spray Wand Replacement head Listen …
 
Today's topic is your own beginning gardener's education package for smart sustainable garden maintenance. Just for you, we have put together a bundled package of our three eBooks and our audio course-Smart Pruning Basics to get you started in your garden maintenance. Podcast webpage. Listen to learn more... Find other one-minute topics at spokenga…
 
On this episode, I talk with Chris Sabbarese from Corona Tools about gardening, tools, his podcast and much more. AND, hear all about our hand pruning shears GIVEAWAY on Instagram, From 12/14 to 12/23. Listen to hear more. So let's talk with Chris! Podcast webpage Connect with us on Instagram or Pinterest And, find us on your favorite podcast platf…
 
Today's topic is Poinsettia care, a mini plant profile. Poinsettia's not only symbolize Christmas and the holidays, they also are great house plants if properly cared for and can come back year after year. Your happy and healthy Poinsettia's will thank you for listening to this short plant care podcast. Listen to learn more... Podcast episode webpa…
 
Today's topic are the Top 5 Smart Garden Gifts for the Beginning Gardener. For that beginning gardener you know (maybe it's you or your roommate or neighbor). Whoever it is, they need to know about these 5 products to garden smarter. Self-Watering Containers Dramm watering wand Tumbling Composter Container Gardening Complete: Creative Projects for …
 
Today's topic is the Do's and Don'ts of using leaves as mulch. Leaves from trees and shrubs help plants breath and convert light energy to into metabolic energy, but what other benefits do they have after they have fallen off plants? Listen to here are some do's and don'ts of using leaves in your garden! Podcast webpage Find other one-minute topics…
 
On this episode, Allison and I are ready to take Spoken Garden and YOU in a new direction. Get ready to hear and learn more about my new co-host and wife, Allison, and the new direction we are heading! It's going to be exciting and a new chapter in the journey of the Spoken Garden Podcast. Also, join our exclusive book club, by going to spokengarde…
 
On this episode, I list why you want to use mulch around your garden and great mulch alternatives of traditional Beauty Bark to use. Listen to find out more! Podcast webpage. Find other one-minute topics at spokengarden.com/podcast Connect with us on Instagram or Pinterest And, find us on your favorite podcast platform and Alexa!…
 
Learn the 3 most important benefits of pruning your plants, part of our Smart Pruning Basics free email course! The importance of pruning your plants can't be understated. Listen to learn more! Go to spokengarden.com/pruning-basics-email-course to sign up today our Smart Pruning Basics 7-day free email course, and start pruning smarter! An audio ve…
 
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