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Best Vegetablegardening podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Vegetablegardening podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Ellen Zachos and C.L. Fornari help you discover the amazing world of plants: in the garden, in the wild, and on your plate. They show you how to grow plants successfully, how to enjoy your natural surroundings, and how to make the most of your harvest, whether it's cultivated or foraged. (Spoiler alert: they don't always agree!) You'll find three different topics in each episode, plus email questions from listeners.
 
Welcome to the Beginner's Garden Podcast! This is the podcast with easy-to-understand resources, tips, and information to help beginning gardeners get the most out of their gardening adventure -- big or small. When I began gardening in 2013, I scoured books and Internet resources to find all the information I could. Although good information was abundant, I had trouble understanding all the gardening lingo and sifting through the information to figure out what would work for me. In this podc ...
 
The podcast for people who love plants—but not always the same ones. 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 ...
 
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Saving your own seeds is a wonderful way to save money in the garden. It is so rewarding to save your own seeds to be able to use in your garden the next year. In this episode I talk with Philip Kauth of the Seed Savers Exchange about how to get started saving seeds from what you are already growing in your garden. *links below contain affiliate li…
 
When should you pick okra? And should you save the seeds? I’m sharing my best tips on when to harvest your okra. And of course I’m sharing tips on how to save okra seeds. What is your favorite part about okra? More on Okra: https://journeywithjill.net/gardening/2019/05/28/how-to-grow-okra-in-your-garden-or-raised-bed/ Beginner's Garden Podcast past…
 
Ellen and C.L. give ideas for making your outdoor office (or Zoom Room) greener. We talk about the maintenance of daylilies, and answer a listener’s question about controlling mosquitos. :32 Your Outdoor Office: Still working from home? You need greenery. 4:47 Eat/Drink/Grow: A Deep Dive into Daylilies. 16:58 Love Letters and Questions: Paul asks i…
 
Hopefully you are deep into your summer harvest! If you’re keeping up with it all, do you know what you should be doing in your garden? I’ve created a summer To Do list with 7 things that all gardeners should think about in the middle of the summer. Squash Vine Borer: https://journeywithjill.net/gardening/2016/08/05/squash-zucchini-wilting-squash-v…
 
This episode was inspired by a loyal listener, Elizabeth, who reached out to us and asked for help. She has a 10-month old son and she wanted recommendations for plants that might foster a love and curiosity for the outdoors in her child (once he can walk, of course). So, we accepted the challenge and dug deep into our own childhood memories—and mo…
 
When you use drip line irrigation, should you place them above or below your mulch? Well, it depends! If you’re trying to decide, I’d love for you to hear what has worked best for me and what I recommend to others. Garden Irrigation Best Practices with Joe Lamp’l: https://journeywithjill.net/gardening/2019/07/09/garden-irrigation-best-practices-wit…
 
Hear how to use all the summer squash from your garden, learn about the new foraging calendar from Amber Lotus Publishing, and listen to Ellen give her top plants for foraging in the Midwest and Northeast. In our main segment we’ll talk about why a plant might change growth habits, or develop different foliage and flower colors. 1:30 What’s for din…
 
In the middle of the summer, there’s a time when your spring crops have finished producing but your fall crops aren’t ready to go into the ground. What should you do with the empty space? If you have any energy left from your summer garden, I have some ideas for what you can do in that space and why. SHOW NOTES: Earlier podcast episodes: https://jo…
 
What to do about tomato hornworms? Any tomato grower seems to have to deal with hornworms. If you find evidence of this pest, what should you do about them? I share my experience today. Why I don’t prune my tomatoes: https://journeywithjill.net/gardening/2019/05/14/is-pruning-tomato-plants-necessary/ Organic Pesticides with Joe Lamp’l: https://jour…
 
Wondering why your salad, broccoli or radishes are flowering? Thinking that the houseplants you put out for the summer aren’t looking fantastic? Learn about attractively arranging houseplants outside, summer orchid care, what “bolting” means in the veggie garden, and a good time to transplant a tree. :30 Plant Noob: Why some vegetables “bolt” 8:53 …
 
One of the biggest mistakes I see in fall gardening is planning and getting started too late. It's a good idea to start thinking about the fall as early as July! I know you may be worn out from gardening in the middle of summer, but a fall garden is absolutely worth it. But before you get started planting, there are steps you will want to take in t…
 
Take a tour through Danielle’s and Steve’s garden as they point out some of their go-to plants. These options may not be the showiest or most alluring plants in their beds, but these are the dependable stalwarts that show up year after year without complaint. This episode was also filmed to have a companion video. So, if you so choose, you can watc…
 
The short answer is probably not! Listen to this quick episode to hear what you should consider when it comes to planting beans in the summer. Depending on where you live and what you want to grow, this could be the perfect time for beans. Beginner's Garden Podcast past episodes: journeywithjill.net/podcast Vegetable Gardening for Beginners Book: h…
 
Ellen and C.L. discuss whether the use of mulch robs the soil of nitrogen, and we take a dive into the Polygonaceae family…smart weeds and knotweeds. We give you the scoop on two informative webinars for anyone interested in growing hydrangeas, and answer a question about the odd, jelly-like forms that a listener has found on some junipers. 1:42 Tr…
 
No matter where you live, you will most likely have to deal with hot weather throughout the summer. Your hot season might be shorter than mine in the southeastern US, but you likely have one. It was a surprise to me when I first started gardening that not all of my crops handle the hot summer well. How do you make the most of your summer gardening …
 
Today’s question is one that I asked someone! I don’t usually grow a lot in containers, but this year I’m trying it out. I asked my friend about what it looks like to fertilize my crops in containers. Listen to his advice for me. 12 Garden Rules: https://journeywithjill.net/gardening/2019/04/16/12-garden-rules-from-one-generation-to-the-next/ Begin…
 
This episode will inspire you to make an omelet using vegetables you’ve grown or foraged for. Ellen and C.L. take a deep dive into peonies and all the questions people have about them not flowering, when to move them, how to control mildew and more. Finally, we clue you in about the fascinating (and mostly harmless) round growths on oak leaves, and…
 
Every season, I like to give an update on what I’ve been doing in my garden. In this episode, I share what has been going well and what hasn’t worked out. I love testing and learning from my garden every season. I’d love to hear what you’ve though about in your garden so far this year! SHOW NOTES: Earlier podcast episodes: https://journeywithjill.n…
 
Why aren’t my vertical plants climbing? You built the trellis, but your crops aren’t climbing. Beyond making sure you have the right variety, what can you do? I have some tips for you to try! Beginner's Garden Podcast past episodes: journeywithjill.net/podcast Vegetable Gardening for Beginners Book: https://amzn.to/2SYe4wy Connect with Jill: Get Ji…
 
If you’re wondering about growing blackberries or raspberries, want to know how to use a hoe for weed control or how to pinch your cannabis plants for bushy growth, this episode will help. Plus foraging for pineapple weed and growing pineapple sage. :35 What’s for dinner: Pineapple weed, pineapple sage 6:32 Insider Information: When to use a hoe to…
 
As the time to harvest approaches, it’s time to think about what to do with all of our produce. Maybe you have just enough to eat fresh, but maybe you have enough to preserve. How do you plan what to preserve and how to get it all done? Listen to my 4 steps today! My new preservation course: https://journeywithjill.net/harvesttokitchen Complete Gar…
 
Blue--arguably the most elusive color in gardening. If you’ve ever bought a plant that touted “beautiful blue blooms” only to discover that when it flowered it was actually purple, you are not alone. Or, perhaps you’ve drooled for years over pictures of Himalayan blue poppies, the truest of blue flowers, and one of the most difficult plants to cult…
 
Do you have flowers on your squash a zucchini plants but no fruit? This has happened in my garden and I’ve heard from several of you that it’s happened to you as well. Listen here to find out why and what you can do about it! Beginner's Garden Podcast past episodes: journeywithjill.net/podcast Jill’s In the Garden Emails: journeywithjill.net/garden…
 
Ellen and C.L. talk about the possibility of pruning to reduce a plant’s size, plus information about milkweed. We discuss pine needles in compost and how to keep a hanging basket looking great. With thanks to our sponsor at Rainwand.com 1:15 Plant Noob: Can I make my shrub or tree smaller? 8:49 Eat/Drink/Grow: A deep dive into Milkweed. 17:15 True…
 
This episode addresses if eggshells are beneficial in a veggie garden, along with roses: fertilizing, deadheading, insects and diseases. Plus a question about the tall verbena. :30 True or False: Eggshells are good for the vegetable garden. 4:31 Eat/Drink/Grow: Roses in early summer. 25:16 Love Letters and Questions: From Billie about Verbena bonar…
 
As we approach the first official day of summer here in the northern hemisphere, our gardens start to make a shift. Listen in to hear what I’m doing in my garden in the early summer. I hope it gives you something to think about for yours! What are you working on in your garden? SHOW NOTES: Earlier podcast episodes: https://journeywithjill.net/podca…
 
What do I do when my herbs start to flower? This is a great question from many beginning gardeners. Since this happens in every garden, here’s my advice whether you have annual or perennial herbs. Annual Herbs: https://journeywithjill.net/gardening/2017/05/23/herb-basics-part-1-basil-dill-cilantro-and-parsley-beginners-garden-podcast/ Perennial Her…
 
Most of us set out to do just that. But what happens when you see pests munching on your crops? Do you ignore them? Look up a homemade "organic" pesticide? Purchase one from the store? Or are you tempted to throw in the towel and find the strongest pesticide on the home market? We all want a healthy garden but are faced with those questions when in…
 
Impact is created in many different ways in the garden. Sometimes you get impact from a single plant that has an interesting form or stunning color. Other times, you get visual impact from grouping several of the same plants together. These masses are eye-catching and lend a movement to the landscape that is much needed. Not every plant is cut out …
 
If you’re wondering if you can still plant vegetables, or you’re seeing your new plants being eaten, this episode is for you. Learn what to do about holes and bites out of young plants, hear how to repot houseplants now, and find out which indoor plants should be sent “to summer camp.” :39 What’s For Dinner Planting in early June 5:00 Eat/Drink/Gro…
 
You've probably heard it said that soil quality and fertility is paramount for a successful garden. You probably even know that compost is one of the best amendments you can add to your soil. But what about organic fertilizers? I frequently get questions about organic fertilizers -- specifically, what to use and when to use it. For this topic, I tu…
 
This is the time of year where we start to find a lot of pests in the garden. How should you react when you start to see harmful insects? When should you wait and when should you act? I have some thoughts for you today! 3 Organic Aphid Control Methods: https://journeywithjill.net/gardening/2019/05/21/3-organic-aphid-control-methods-tested/ Prevent …
 
Hear about eating unripe apricots and growing the tiny, tasty cucamelons. Learn how to plant for better weed management, discover the exotic, fragrant Brugmansia plant and learn what thinning seedlings is all about. :33 What’s for dinner: Unripe Apricots and cucamelons. 7:04 Insider Information: Planting for easier weed management. 13:43 Eat/Drink/…
 
Homemade compost is one of the best things you can have as a gardener. The nutrients it adds to your soil are amazing and when you make it at home it is very inexpensive. But many new gardeners are scared to get started. Today, I want to share how I've made compost and compare a using a compost pile or a compost tumbler. I hope you'll feel ready to…
 
When you think about shade do you think about various different colors of green? Maybe a white striped hosta if you’re lucky? You’re not alone. Many of us think that the term “colorful shade plant” is a fantasy—that there isn’t an appreciable number of plants that produce vibrant reds, yellows, or purples in little to no sun. But, that’s not the ca…
 
What can you do if you feel like you’re already behind? Every climate will be different but I have some thoughts and considerations if you think you’re already behind. Whether you want to try transplants or you’re now able to direct sow, I’ll give you some things to think about. Beginner's Garden Shortcut Online Course: http://journeywithjill.net/g…
 
Ellen and C.L. talk about how often plants need fertilizer, and several flowering vines you should know and grow. They review a product that treats poison ivy and poison oak and Ellen explains the difference between elderberry shrubs. :38 True or False: I need to fertilize all my gardens every year, right? 8:43 Eat/Drink/Grow: Flowering Vines 17:37…
 
If you've ever walked out to your newly-planted garden (or your just-ripe tomatoes) and your heart fell at the sight of your missing plants, you know the pain of losing your hard work to wildlife. This has happened to me more times than I can count. But every gardener has a different situation (and different wildlife threats). To help you evaluate …
 
If you’re just getting started composting, you may be wondering how to get set up and even what type of compost is best. Jill talks about the benefits of regular and worm composting and where you should start. Especially if you have a small space, you will want to check this episode out. Worm Composting with the Crazy Worm Lady: https://journeywith…
 
Learn when to cut back lavender, how to grow herbs in pots, and why your perennials may need dividing. Discover where to plant herbs. Hear about pruning lilacs and wisteria, brought to you by Dramm Rainwands. :28 Plant Noob: Dividing perennials - how, why and when. 9:13 Eat/Drink/Grow: Herb Garden Questions from the Northwest Flower and Garden Fest…
 
When I first started gardening, I did grow herbs, but they were only to use in my kitchen like basil and mint. As I've learned about gardening, I have begun to learn about how I could use herbs in my home for cleaning, in body products, and for our overall health. I'm excited to share what I've learned so far. SHOW NOTES: All-purpose cleaner with p…
 
With the forever changing and unpredictable winters we’ve all grown accustomed to it’s hard to know what to expect each spring. Sometimes plants we never thought had a chance in hell of coming back sail through the winter unfazed. And then there are those occasions when you were positive a hardy, no-fail shrub would be sprouting in April without an…
 
Q&A I had a GREAT sweet potato harvest last year so I’ve been getting a lot of questions. I’m not ready to do a full episode about sweet potatoes because I’m still new at them, but I answer some of your common questions here today! Come learn how to get started with sweet potatoes! My sweet potatoes from last year: https://journeywithjill.net/garde…
 
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