Best Shrubs podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
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For the Joy of Gardening! features Maine gardening news, discussion, special guests and answers to YOUR gardening questions. The show is hosted by Tom Estabrook, Vice President of Estabrook's, the family owned and operated garden centers throughout Southern Maine.
 
Nursery owner Don Shor and avid gardener Lois Richter talk about gardening from the Sacramento Valley in Northern California every Thursday at Noon on the low-power FM station, KDRT (K-dirt), located in Davis, CA. Garden questions welcome!
 
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 ...
 
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KSL Greenhouse
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Need answers to your perplexing lawn and gardening questions? The guru green, Tim Hughes, has the answers you need on the KSL Greenhouse podcast. KSL Greenhouse is sponsored by Utelite. Start your landscapes and gardens right with Utelite. Utelite ensures long lasting ingredients to encourage deep strong roots for all your plants, shrubs, trees and lawns. Available at most independent nurseries, garden centers and IFA Country Stores or http://utelitesoil.com
 
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Your favorite home and garden show is now on the go with the In And Around The House Podcast. Join hosts Tony Works and Ernie Brown as they discuss everything you need to know to keep your home in great shape inside and make it look beautiful outside.
 
Boozhoo all.I'm Wetootwaag. My show is mainly Bagpiping by myself, and some others popping by now and again.
 
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Yard and Garden
Rare
 
Information about horticultural topics for the home gardener.
 
The Chicago Botanic Garden Plant Evaluation Notes (PE Notes) are reviews of recommended plants for gardens in the Upper Midwest, as determined through scientific evaluation over a period of time -- four years for perennials, six years for shrubs and vines, and seven to ten years for trees. The program studies and recommends plants that are readily available in area nurseries.
 
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ShrubNuts
Weekly+
 
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.
 
Mid-American Gardener is the podcast companion to Illinois Public Media’s television program of the same name. The podcast, hosted by Victoria Shepherd and featuring experts from Illinois Extension and elsewhere, dives deeper into viewer/listener questions about flower gardening, vegetable gardening, fruit trees, shrubs and landscaping, pest control, tools and structures, coping with climate change, and much more. While the primary garden zones served are 5-6, this podcast offers useful and ...
 
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 ...
 
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Donald's Dungeon
Monthly+
 
On the eve of his inauguration, President Lando D. Trump is cast into a fantasy world by his enemies Billary Panders and Job! Shrub. This is the story of his quest to return to America to make it great again.
 
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Colossians 2:6-7 – So then, just as you received Christ Jesus as Lord, continue to live in him, rooted and built up in him, strengthened in the faith as you were taught, and overflowing with thankfulness. (NIV) A couple of years ago, we added a rockery to our church campus through a gracious donation from some church members. It was built on th ...…
 
Great choices for Hip & Cool Garden Plants are covered in this 8 part series designed to add a little zip to your summer garden! Dovecote is the teaching garden design lab and home to The Garden Talk Salon at Dargan Landscape Architects. Topics in this episode: . Solving problems in your garden and cultivating health? Elderberry is the plant fo ...…
 
Mary and Andrew talk about their week which includes: Two online scams they were almost victims of Wrestling with a shrub A critique of our garbage men The future retreat we are planning Mary’s going green Andrew & Mary make new “couple” friends (they didn’t really have any at the time) There’s a whole LOTTA Yoga stuff fo sale! If you’re intere ...…
 
The All Things Green crew will be gone gardening for the summer! But, before we go...we got a chance to talk with Mike Schnelle, Extension Specialist at Oklahoma State University. We talk about pruning of early spring shrubs and trees, some general guidelines for herbicide use and summer watering. It would be possible to talk with Mike every we ...…
 
TALKING FLOWERS Gardenias: Gardenia is named in honour of Scottish born Alexander Garden (1730-1791) who moved to Charleston, South Carolina in the 1750’s and was a botanist, zoologist, and physician, The Gardenia is a group that is made up of 142 species. The most popular cultivated Gardenia species is Gardenia Jasminoides (also called Gardeni ...…
 
DESIGN ELEMENTS Beautiful and Useful Scrambler Shrubs When is a shrub not a shrub? When it’s a climber shrub or is there such a thing? You may have even heard of scrambling climbers such as Bougainvillea. These are climbing plants that have much thicker stems and sort of support themselves partially, in fact I think of them as leaning against a ...…
 
Shrub Nuts struggles to recall the movie with the birds in it while also trying on a multiplicity of characters.
 
Around our house: Yard improvement with an environmental/ethical approach.Low water use plantsSeeding with white clover and drought resistant grass mix from Landsystems NurseryNative flowers and shrubs from Winter Creek NurseryPlanting trees for shade, fruit and to encourage a pleasant microclimateGardening with Central Oregon Seed ExchangeBend ...…
 
Rainforests are forests characterized by high rainfall, with annual rainfall in the case of tropical rainforests between 250 and 450 centimetres (98 and 177 in), and definitions varying by region for temperate rainforests. The monsoon trough, alternatively known as the intertropical convergence zone, plays a significant role in creating the cli ...…
 
Season 2 Episode 9 of Rated Ark SHOW NOTES Who wants to Introduce the show and hosts? Welcome survivors new and old to Episode 9 of Rated Ark, The Ark Survival Evolved Podcast! Today is April 27, 2018 We are a CRR Gaming Group hosted podcast , so that means the voices can change each week but the roundtable discussion will always be about Ark ! ...…
 
https://vitalinfopodcastcom.files.wordpress.com/2018/05/episode-7-salute-your-shorts.mp3 Welcome back, campers, to Camp Anawanna! This week we travel back in time to June 10th, 1991 for episode 4 of the first season of Salute Your Shorts! Here we meet a ragtag group of stylish 90’s kids exploring nature, playing ping pong and binge eating egg r ...…
 
John 15:1-8 Title: Vines and the Connected Life “I am the true vine, and my Father is the vineyard keeper. He removes any of my branches that don’t produce fruit, and he trims any branch that produces fruit so that it will produce even more fruit. You are already trimmed because of the word I have spoken to you. Remain in me, and I will remain ...…
 
Episode 36 begins with Will and Sarah discussing the finer points of swarm trapping, from timing to spacing to construction. Their new bees arrive soon and they also intend to catch some wild swarms using traps in the yard. Next, they discuss a sick chicken and how to quarantine a chicken to help with recovery. They also discuss a home remedy f ...…
 
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 ...…
 
Shrub Nuts tries their hand at (fake) drunk-prov. Beautiful scenes are woven together with soundscapes and narrations until someone stumbles drunkenly into the scene.
 
Shrub Nuts goes through this weeks suggestions by addressing the undercover narcs, more cats, and of course the creation of fortune cookies.
 
“In wildness is the preservation of the world." ~ Henry David Thoreau Welcome to Week 2, and Day 8! You are learning how Nature helps you become a better person, in every area of your life – body, mind, and soul. Before we continue, take a moment and think about what first drew you to the idea of doing a 21-Day Nature Challenge? What did you ho ...…
 
You are like me, you will die too, but not today: you, incommensurate, therefore the hours shine: if I say to you “To you I say,” you have not been set to music, or broadcast live on the ghost radio, may never be an oil painting or Old Master’s charcoal sketch: you are a concordance of person, number, voice, and place, strawberries spread throu ...…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://hotaudiobook.com/free Title: Wicked PlantsSubtitle: The Weed That Killed Lincoln's Mother and Other Botanical AtrocitiesAuthor: Amy StewartNarrator: Coleen MarloFormat: UnabridgedLength: 4 hrs and 28 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 06-13-11Publisher: Tantor AudioRatings: 4 of 5 ...…
 
On this "Jon Carter Classic" Elder Bush's feelings of guilt have overflowed like a fizzy fountain drink from The Arctic Circle, and has decided to talk to Father O'Shaunassey from "The Big Church" about his desire for Ranch Burgers and learns that sometimes love can run off with "The Garfield County Commish" leaving you with only "Hail Mary's" ...…
 
Susan Morrison is a landscape designer and author of the new book, The Less is More Garden – Big ideas for designing your small yard. She joins us for this podcast to discuss some of her fascinating ideas and philosophies for small space garden design. While her book is tailored to small space gardens, I […]…
 
Podcast #3: What are Essential Oils? So, let’s talk about essential oils! The first question that most people ask is what are they? Essential oils are subtle, aromatic and volatile liquids extracted from the flowers, seeds, leaves, stems, bark, and roots of herbs, trees, and shrubs through distillation. They have been used for thousands of year ...…
 
This week, psychologist Gil Tippy returns to introduce Shrub Oak International School which will open its doors this September. He is the co-head and clinical director at the co-educational, boarding and day school located in the town of Shrub Oak in Westchester County, NY, on 127 acres of beautiful rolling fields and woods! The school will, of ...…
 
What do we mean when we say "dwarf shrubs?" After all, the dwarf version of a 75-foot tall conifer might be a cultivar that only gets 45 feet. That won't be the case in this episode where we'll focus on shrubs that stay less than 4 feet tall and wide. Plant breeders have been hard at work, developing these miniature dynamos, so you're sure to h ...…
 
Fine Music Radio — I think by now we have a good idea what is surviving and doing well in the garden.Of course, there is much disappointment with what has not survived ourefforts to keep it going.Many established trees and shrubs might start losing a few leaves whenstressed due to lack of water.There is not much we can do about large mature tre ...…
 
Talking about dating sims, Dream Daddy, and penis-shaped shrubs at Golden Nuggie (where the art is drawn for this episode.)
 
Topic: Calling & Responding Foundational Truths: The Bible is God’s self-revelation. God is the Eternal, Sovereign Creator; all that He creates is good. Man is a responsible agent, held to a moral standard. Sin originates within a person, separating us from God. God declares one righteous by faith alone, apart from works. Genesis 46:3-4. This p ...…
 
It's the most wonderful time of the year! Shawn and Blinda look back and discuss this years' favorites. Favorite plants, shrubs, memories... It's a feel-good episode where Shawn and Blinda just talk about all those things that make us warm and fuzzy inside.
 
Our heroes tackle the inevitable, the unbelievable, the inconceivable and the unforeseeable.​
 
Are you tired of decorating with artificial greens for the holidays? No storage space for all the decorations the other 11 months of the year? Well, there is a lot of Christmas holiday decorating you can do with live plants and live plant material, like evergreen boughs and shrub branches. On this episode Matthew and I discuss decorating with a ...…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://hotaudiobook.com/free Title: Gentle Rain and Birds SingingSubtitle: Nature Sounds for RelaxationAuthor: Greg CetusNarrator: uncreditedFormat: Original RecordingLength: 1 hr and 8 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 12-01-17Publisher: Interactive MediaGenres: Self Development, Medita ...…
 
Continuing with the back-to-school series this week is the topic of process-oriented and affinities-based learning. We heard Dave Nelson talk about how they use these approaches at The Community School with their students. Rae Leeper talked about this type of learning at the Rebecca School as well. And, both Soaring Eagle Academy and Oakwood Ac ...…
 
Randy answers your questions about lawn care, tree and shrub maintenance and soil remediation. Also, huge thank you to all our Veterans out across the U.S.!!
 
In our regularly scheduled monthly episode on Down the Garden Path. Matthew and Joanne discuss many of the to do's in the November Garden. The importance of continuing to water, especially for newly planted evergreens. Now is also a good time to transplant trees, shrubs and perennials. Find out the perfect window for planting bulbs, some tips f ...…
 
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