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Best Shrub podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Shrub podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Boozhoo all. I'm Wetootwaag. My show is mainly Bagpiping by myself, and some others popping by now and again. In an average episode I play an original composition and several tunes written in older tune manuscripts, Specifically Angus MacKay, O'Farrell, James Aird and Donald MacDonald. Uilleann, Highland and Scottish Small pipes are likely to be heard here.
 
Food with a side of science and history. Every other week, co-hosts Cynthia Graber and Nicola Twilley serve up a brand new episode exploring the hidden history and surprising science behind a different food- or farming-related topic, from aquaculture to ancient feasts, from cutlery to chile peppers, and from microbes to Malbec. We interview experts, visit labs, fields, and archaeological digs, and generally have lots of fun while discovering new ways to think about and understand the world t ...
 
Shrub Nuts is the brainchild of Bryan Murphy, Ben Leddick, and John Kuhn. This weekly podcast features news stories, online suggestions, and personal conversations that inspire fully improvised scenes during this one-hour show. Shrub Nuts is recorded as "one take", and completely unedited.
 
Welcome to Down the Garden Path Radio Show and Podcast. Landscape Designers, Joanne Shaw and Matthew Dressing discuss down to earth tips and advice for your plants, gardens and landscapes. As landscape designers and gardeners, we think it is important and possible to have great gardens that are low maintenance. On this show, we try to help educate you seasonally to manage your garden and landscapes, engage with Garden Authors and educate yourselves right along with us as we learn together ab ...
 
The lighter side of landscaping. Jack and Matt McFarland, a father and son duo, chat about horticulture served with a hearty helping of humour. With over 65 years of design and installation experience the McFarland boys dig into topics in a way you've rarely heard. Packed full of guests that represent various corners of the industry, The Growing Season is smile worthy.The Growing Season: No politics or pulpits, just plants and muddy workboots.
 
Plant Love Radio features conversations with some of the best and most renowned herbalists. Here, they share favorite lessons and resources for living happier, ​balanced and more resilient lives ​through the wonders of herbal medicine. The podcast host, Lana Camiel, is also an herbalist and a pharmacy professor. (Formerly known as Wellness Insider Network)
 
Kate certified as a Master Gardener in Virginia in 2001 and has continued to be active in 6 states. She is currently active in Ocean County, NJ where she tends a community garden and shrub area as well as hot line duty. She is also a popular regional speaker. As a garden writer Kate has written for local and regional newspapers and magazine as well as online sites. Kate hosted the America's Home Grown Veggie Show for over 5 years, before taken over the Master Gardener Hour. You can find out ...
 
Join Logan's Garden Shop (or Logan Trading Company. or simply just "Logan's") for a gardening podcast that goes beyond the planting and digs deep into YOUR love of gardening. Hosted by celebrated teacher, speaker, and horticulturist, Bryce Lane.Bryce discovered his passion for plants and telling others about them while working at a small Massachusetts garden center throughout high school and college. After earning his BS and MS in Horticulture, he came to the Department of Horticultural Scie ...
 
Are you looking for insightful, creative, and well-informed advice that you can apply to your inter-personal relationships? Well then, this probably isn't the podcast for you. Two friends (who know absolutely nothing) consume various forms of media content and then give (deeply unqualified) relationship advice to fictional characters in this unscripted comedy podcast series. (Blasting Off is full of opinions, questionable advice, and is probably NSFW. Be warned!)
 
Practical Homesteading, Agrarianism, and Preparedness Join host Scott M Terry as he and his guests talk about farming, homesteading, survival, rural living, preparedness, agrarianism, organic agriculture, gardening, hunting and trapping, current events, and more. Weekly shows plus the "Daily Diary episodes" everyday.
 
This book is a good reference on the perennial flower gardening and landscaping. It contains information on growing the plants from seed and explains how to grow and care for the traditional garden flowering plants, bulbs, trees, and shrubs. There are sections covering all aspects of ornamental gardens including water gardens and caring for house plants in the winter. The author has lots of unexpected but good advice in her chapter of Don’ts, for example: “ Don’t supply with cut flowers, pla ...
 
Hosted by international garden design sensation Jamie Durie and featuring Chef Michel Nischan's James Beard award-winning "Homegrown" cooking segments, The Victory Garden equips viewers with the confidence and inspiration to roll up their sleeves, get their hands dirty, and live outdoors.With so many Americans aspiring to care for the environment and create their own outdoor living spaces, The Victory Garden's unique fusion of garden design, earth-to-table cooking, and eco-conscious how-to t ...
 
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Today we remember the botanist who jumped in a birch bark canoe with Aaron Greeley and paddled to Mackinac Island 110 years ago today. We'll also learn about the woman who was a housewife until the age of 48 and then transformed into one of Australia's leading naturalists. We celebrate the artist who died today among his canvases of sunflowers. We …
 
In this week's episode of Down the Garden Path, we reach the end of our month-long discussion on deciduous and evergreen shrubs. Each week in July, we discussed a variety of shrub-related topics including how to prune your shrubs and new and noteworthy deciduous and evergreen shrubs. On this week’s podcast, we continue the discussion about shrubs w…
 
The race to save a plant so rare, few have ever seen it. Native plants can create habitat yard by yard. The combo of an invasive shrub and mice could be bad for future forests. News about the Ohio ethane cracker, tax breaks for natural gas and one of Trump’s biggest environmental rollbacks yet.By The Allegheny Front
 
It's the epitome of summertime: there’s nothing like a cold, juicy slice of red watermelon on a swelteringly hot day. But, once upon a time, watermelons were neither red nor sweet—the wild watermelon has white flesh and a bitter taste. This episode, we scour Egyptian tombs, decaying DNA, and ancient literature in search of watermelon's origins. The…
 
Today we remember the busiest man in London. We'll also learn about the man honored by the Baobab tree. We salute a daughter of Winterthur, We also recognize a life cut short in the world of tropical botany. And we'll look back on a letter from one garden writer to another written on this day in 1961. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a book that p…
 
Today we remember the master landscape and portrait painter who grew up with a magnificent mulberry tree. We learn about the planting of the first potato in Hawaii, and the discovery of a tree named for Benjamin Franklin. We also remember the poet who was inspired not by his day job at an insurance company, but by a beautiful park that was across t…
 
What's all the fuss about grass?Not the recently legalized type, but the stuff that covers our yards. Why do we spend so much manicuring the lawn? What does it cost the average household per year to maintain?Jack, Lynne and Matt McFarland steer The Growing Season into the waters of your lawn and why its such a staple. Is your grass burning off in t…
 
What's all the fuss about grass? Not the recently legalized type, but the stuff that covers our yards. Why do we spend so much manicuring the lawn? What does it cost the average household per year to maintain? Jack, Lynne and Matt McFarland steer The Growing Season into the waters of your lawn and why its such a staple. Is your grass burning off in…
 
Today we celebrate an English poet who didn't want gardens to be monetized. We'll also learn about the 8th generation seedsman of a beloved Boston company. We remember the naturalist who followed the seasons up and down the country. We also recognize the exuberant botanist, who created the Dot Map. We welcome the new month with some poems about "th…
 
John Walsh The Puff: https://digital.nls.uk/special-collections-of-printed-music/archive/90248231 John Walsh: The Laundry (Hot Pot): https://digital.nls.uk/special-collections-of-printed-music/archive/90246647 John Walsh: Pot Stick or Shamboy (Over the water to Charlie): https://digital.nls.uk/special-collections-of-printed-music/archive/90248183 J…
 
Today we remember the beloved English writer who was punished for treason but adored with flowers. We'll also learn about the female botanical illustrator who is known as the "Audubon of botany." We celebrate the Dean of American Architecture. We also salute the "poet of the blackbirds." We honor the establishment of the horticulture program at the…
 
Meet Zoë Gardner, a botanist, potter, and a self-proclaimed herb nerd with over 20 years of experience working with medicinal plants. After listening to this conversation with an herbal safety scientist, regulatory consultant and artist, you'll appreciate how two sides of our brain can not only co-exist but truly help each other to blossom. Show No…
 
Today we celebrate the author and poet who wrote some beautiful garden verses. We'll also learn about a magnificent Australian artist and botanical illustrator, and her art is now part of Australia's national library. We celebrate the selection of the State Flower for Arkansas - and the very cute story of how it came to be picked. We honor the life…
 
Today we celebrate the botanist and writer who published the first book about salad. We'll also learn about the horticulturist whose life was cut short on this day when the steamship he was on caught on fire and sank. We celebrate the man who helped generations of people fall in love with ornithology. We also hear some garden poetry that features w…
 
Today we remember the first woman to have circumnavigated the world. We'll also learn about the wealthy horticulturist who built a magnificent estate on the shores of Lake Waban. We celebrate the botanist who was the first editor of Rhodora, the New England Botanical Club's journal. We also salute the father of British plant geography. We honor the…
 
Today we remember a pioneering seedsman out of Rockford, Illinois, whose company became the world's largest mail-order seed company. We'll also learn about an Irish playwright and critic who had a unique writing hut in his garden. We recognize the botanist who botanized in Yellowstone for an entire summer. We also revisit some July Folklore in Unea…
 
What a prick!The McFarlands discuss roses and the information SPILLITH over. If you haven't used the visual accompaniment to The Growing Season, this would be the show to start making it a habit.The types of roses, various varieties, colours and history are all discussed along with various other tidbits of info that make roses one of the most sough…
 
What a prick! The McFarlands discuss roses and the information SPILLITH over. If you haven't used the visual accompaniment to The Growing Season, this would be the show to start making it a habit. The types of roses, various varieties, colours and history are all discussed along with various other tidbits of info that make roses one of the most sou…
 
Today we remember the founding of a garden that inspired the book Alice in Wonderland. We'll also learn about the botanist remembered with the Forsythia genus. We'll salute the Lake poet who likened plant taxonomy to poetry. We also revisit a diary entry about a garden visitor and a letter from a gardener to her sister. Today's Unearthed Words feat…
 
Big thanks to Simon Chadwick to agreeing to be on the Podcast this week! Check Simon’s current projects out here: http://simonchadwick.net/ Donald MacDonald Setting of Dogs Bite Chapmen: https://digital.nls.uk/special-collections-of-printed-music/archive/105683232 Donald MacDonald Setting of The Rock and the wee Pickle Tow: https://digital.nls.uk/s…
 
Today we remember the man who brought Lilacs to America. We'll also learn about the man who created the Missouri Botanical Gardens, also known as "Shaw's Garden." We celebrate the French author, who exchanged his personal library for a lifetime supply of cantaloupe. We also look back at an article from 1938 and the topic was tropical peas. In Unear…
 
Today we remember a gardener who became a saint. We'll also learn about the woman remembered forever in the name of one of the world's most popular hostas. We celebrate the Scottish botanist who was the first to describe the Prairie Buttercup. We'll also hear some wonderful words about simply being in the garden. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a…
 
Today we remember the kind Harvard botanist who was a friend of Darwin. We'll also learn about the botanist who specialized in South American flora and found the Cinchona tree: the source of quinine. We salute the pioneer of the study of allelopathy - when one plant species releases chemical compounds that affect another plant species. We also reco…
 
In this week's episode of Down the Garden Path, we continue our discussion on deciduous and evergreen shrubs. Join us each week in July as we discuss native shrubs, when and how to prune, and new and noteworthy deciduous and evergreen shrubs. On this week’s podcast, we continue the discussion about shrubs with a look at new shrub introductions for …
 
Today we remember the creation of legislation that turned 778 acres of land into a beloved park in New York City. We'll also learn about the State Flower of Maine - it's the only floral emblem that does not produce a blossom. We salute the Swarthmore ("SWATH-more") College alumni and horticulturist who created a magnificent garden at their home kno…
 
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