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A weekly podcast about edible gardening hosted by Hilary Dahl, co-owner of the Seattle Urban Farm Co.
 
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 ...
 
Interviews about Organic and Earth Friendly Gardening
 
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 ...
 
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Ahhh, the lovely peony: In late spring there truly is no more beautiful flower. They are all stunning, but in this episode we highlight the extraordinary cultivars that make us swoon. From the most fragrant to the largest blossom, our list of must-have peonies is wide ranging. We also highlight a few lesser-known species such as the fernleaf pe ...…
 
Ahhh, the lovely peony: In late spring there truly is no more beautiful flower. They are all stunning, but in this episode we highlight the extraordinary cultivars that make us swoon. From the most fragrant to the largest blossom, our list of must-have peonies is wide ranging. We also highlight a few lesser-known species such as the fernleaf pe ...…
 
In this episode you’ll hear what you can forage for in May, learn about what plants do in the nighttime, and discover the joy of planting annual sunflowers. Ellen and C.L. also explain how some plants deliver beauty inside during the winter and outdoors in the summer. Plus we answer Sara’s email asking if it’s too late to plant in her yard and ...…
 
Harold Thornbro shares tons of golden seeds in this don't miss episode with the amazing AWESOME host of the Modern Homesteading Podcast who beat cancer by growing and eating healthy organic food. He shares lots of permaculture practices and ideas and secrets to success in an urban garden all while working full time and raising a family. www.org ...…
 
Turns out gardening in straw bales might be the least expensive and most effective way to create a season-long container garden! Hilary and Craig LeHoullier discuss what a straw bale garden is and how to set one up! Find photos, links to Craig's projects, and more in the show notes for this episode: http://www.seattleurbanfarmco.com/blog/…
 
In this episode Ellen and C.L. toast the month of May with spring cocktails, explain how to figure what amount of mulch you need, and talk about creating beautiful salads that are foraged or farmed. Plus we end with Pete’s question about liming lawns. :35 What’s For Dinner? A toast to May! Spring cocktails. 4:48 Did You Know? How to calculate h ...…
 
I know you are a going to love this interview I did with RockStar Millennial Nick Lubecki as much as I did because I listened to it today as I drove to work. So the shownotes are completely raw from the day we actually spoke. I didn't have time to fix them but they are great! I have 20 episodes in the bank I can't wait to share. In an ideal wor ...…
 
Tomatoes are probably the most popular garden vegetable, and for good reason; they're versatile, highly productive, and produce fruits that are far superior to any you can buy at the grocery store. In this episode we'll discuss tips for choosing and the best tomato for your space and needs and how to plant tomatoes. Find photos, links to Kellie ...…
 
The soundtrack of this episode might have been the classic Queen song, We are the Champions. Not because of its triumphant refrain, but because of the lyric acknowledging all the mistakes made in life. When it comes to their gardens, Steve and Danielle have definitely made mistakes—some bigger than others—yet all lessons that they’ve had to lea ...…
 
The soundtrack of this episode might have been the classic Queen song, We are the Champions. Not because of its triumphant refrain, but because of the lyric acknowledging all the mistakes made in life. When it comes to their gardens, Steve and Danielle have definitely made mistakes—some bigger than others—yet all lessons that they’ve had to lea ...…
 
Learn how you can eat dandelion flowers, the best method for planting shrubs and trees and why perennials may need to be split and divided periodically. Plus the Plantrama team talks about planting tomatoes with Tums… a good idea, or not? :30 True or False: Plant your tomatoes with tums to prevent blossom end rot. 5:27 Plant Noob: What’s this I ...…
 
Dr. Andony Melathopoulos Assistant Professor Pollinator Health Extension in Corvallis, OR host of the PoliNation Podcast teaches us how to Identify 5 Bees + 10 tips to Use In Your Garden Tomorrow The post RAW: Identify 5 Bees + 10 tips to Use In Your Garden Tomorrow | PolliNation Podcast | Dr. Andony Melathopoulos | Assistant Professor Pollinat ...…
 
Emma Biggs talks with Hilary about the techniques she uses to grow 133 varieties of tomatoes, from seed to harvest, on her family’s urban lot in Toronto, Canada. Find photos, links to Emma's work, and more in the show notes for this episode: http://www.seattleurbanfarmco.com/blog/By Hilary Dahl.
 
This episode of Plantrama was recorded live at the Northwest Flower and Garden Show in Seattle. Ellen and I talked about outwitting rabbits and deer, plus we argue about the benefit of pebble trays filled with water for humidifying plants. We had a great audience and the attendees asked many interesting questions. :50 Did You Know: Rabbit & Dee ...…
 
Stefani Bittner, owner of Homestead Design Collective, talks with Hilary about how to create a beautiful and productive outdoor living space. Find photos, links to Stefani's work, and more in the show notes for this episode: http://www.seattleurbanfarmco.com/blog/By Hilary Dahl.
 
In this Plantrama episode Dock and Dill are on the spring menu, we vow to make May baskets this year, and look at stems from the point of view of science, art, and dinner. We end with Todd’s question about squash bugs in his vegetable garden. :30 What’s For Dinner: Dock and dill 9:05 Insider Information: May baskets 14:32 Eat/Drink/Grow: Stems ...…
 
Sarah Manuel runs a Farm To Table Food Truck from her family farm in Havre, MT as well as their cattle and beef production. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com The post 270. Streatery Farm-To-Table Food Truck | Sarah Manuel | Havre, MT appeared first on Organic Gardener Podcast.By Jackie Marie Beyer.
 
You may think you don’t have a place for vines in your garden because you don’t have a fence or arbor for them to climb. But, truth is, you don’t need a traditional support system in order to grow vines. Many of the recommendations in this episode are vines that love to scramble or politely cling to other plants, and end up being the glue that ...…
 
You may think you don’t have a place for vines in your garden because you don’t have a fence or arbor for them to climb. But, truth is, you don’t need a traditional support system in order to grow vines. Many of the recommendations in this episode are vines that love to scramble or politely cling to other plants, and end up being the glue that ...…
 
In this episode, Sara and Hilary talk about container gardening. Much of Sara’s work is focused on utilizing unused balcony, patio and rooftop space in very urban environments, so this episode focuses on the unique set of needs and challenges that comes along with growing in more unconventional garden space. Find photos, links to Sara's work, a ...…
 
C.L. and Ellen discuss what the weeds are telling you about your soil, the pros and cons of raised bed vegetable gardens, and the widespread myth about black walnut trees poisoning other plants. :32 Did You Know: Signature weeds 4:56 Eat/Drink/Grow: Raised beds 18:46 Inside Information Black Walnut myth busting…
 
I'm so excited for my guest today is a rock star millennial and the Senior Lab Technician at the Rodale Institute on the Industrial Hemp Project. Important Links: https://rodaleinstitute.org/science/articles/update-industrial-hemp-research/ www.organicgardenerpodcast.com The post 291. Industrial Hemp Project | Rodale Institute | Senior Lab Tech ...…
 
Hilary talks with legendary garden writer, Rosalind Creasy about the joys and perils of eating flowers. Find photos, links to Ros's books, and more in the show notes for this episode: http://www.seattleurbanfarmco.com/blog/By Hilary Dahl.
 
In this episode Ellen and C.L. talk about growing and foraging for mustard greens, explain what is meant by the term “hardening off,” and discuss a favorite spring flower. We wonder why pansies are said to “have faces” and answer Carl’s question about the brown leaves on his rhododendron. :30 What’s For Dinner: Mustard greens, wild & tame 5:34 ...…
 
Get inspired with Leah Penniman from Soul Fire Farm in upstate NY is ending racism and injustice in our food system delivering healthy food to 100 families. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com The post Ending Food Injustice | Leah Penniman | Soul Fire Farm | Grafton, NY appeared first on Organic Gardener Podcast.…
 
Hilary and Colin share everything you need to know to grow your best crop of carrots and parsnips yet! Find photos, links to Colin's books, and more in the show notes for this episode: http://www.seattleurbanfarmco.com/blog/By Hilary Dahl.
 
Most gardeners have some sort of pathway in their landscape. Planting along that walkway—or even in it—can be a challenge. In this episode we discuss low-profile plants that can truly take being stepped on and even run over by the lawnmower. But, we also offer options for plants that form polite, petite mounds, making them perfect for planting ...…
 
Most gardeners have some sort of pathway in their landscape. Planting along that walkway—or even in it—can be a challenge. In this episode we discuss low-profile plants that can truly take being stepped on and even run over by the lawnmower. But, we also offer options for plants that form polite, petite mounds, making them perfect for planting ...…
 
At the Northwest Flower and Garden Show in Seattle, Ellen and C.L. talked about foraging for garlic mustard and C.L.’s favorite summer squash. We give recommendations for plants that Bambi and Thumper don’t like, and take questions about succulents and mushrooms. :35 What’s for dinner: garlic mustard and summer squash 7:40 Insider info: deer an ...…
 
David Selman from Savvy Organics YouTube Channel shares golden seeds by the bushel about Microgreens, organic chicken food and more. Must listen to this! www.organicgardenerpodcast.com Connect with David on youtube or at his website: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBA1qGJzUVUyevdEzPmhprw http://savyoragnicsfarm.com The post Microgreens | Savv ...…
 
Guest Kelly Sullivan of Botanique Flowers, a Seattle-based floral design studio, talks with Hilary about how she turned her 6,000 square foot city lot into a productive flower farm. Find photos, links to Kelly's work, and more in the show notes for this episode: http://www.seattleurbanfarmco.com/blog/…
 
In this Plantrama episode we talk about eating the invasive Japanese knotweed, three of C.L.’s must-plant vegetable varieties, growing Mandevilla vine and poison green potatoes. :32 What’s For Dinner: Foraged Japanese knotweed. 5:10 Insider Information: Three of C.L.’s must-grow vegetables: Black Beauty Eggplant, Chinese Red Noodle Beans, Brigh ...…
 
A couple of weeks ago we recorded an episode in front of a live audience. This event took place at the Boston Flower and Garden show, so we thought it was appropriate to get the word “wicked” into the title. Most of the plants featured were hardy to at least Zone 4—some are even able to withstand the weather in Zones 2 and 3. Even if this isn’t ...…
 
A couple of weeks ago we recorded an episode in front of a live audience. This event took place at the Boston Flower and Garden show, so we thought it was appropriate to get the word “wicked” into the title. Most of the plants featured were hardy to at least Zone 4—some are even able to withstand the weather in Zones 2 and 3. Even if this isn’t ...…
 
In this first episode of the 2019 season, Hilary and Tara Austen Weaver discuss planning for, planting and growing fruit trees! Find photos, links to Tara's work, and more in this episode's show notes: http://www.seattleurbanfarmco.com/blog/By Hilary Dahl.
 
We start out talking about why you might eat stinging nettles, or just avoid these painful plants. Learn about varieties for your tomato garden and why heirloom tomatoes aren’t always the best choice. Plus dormant weed seeds and basil downy mildew disease. :30 Did You Know: Nettles 7:12 Eat/Drink/Grow: Planning your tomato garden Inside Informa ...…
 
This replay was originally published February 2017. I know you are going to love this guest from Black Swan Organics and Grow Ohio Valley, a nonprofit organization working to improve food justice in Appalachia. Grow Ohio Valley is working to fashion a new economic landscape, one offering increased prosperity, improved health and a better enviro ...…
 
This episode was originally posted August 2018. It's a great resource for building soil health. If you want to join the Patti Armbrister Fan club send me an email at orgpodcast@gmail.com. Definitely a must listen Agrarian Food Web | Soil Health and Sunflowers | Patti "Amazing" Armbrister | Hinsdale, MT www.organicgardener.com The post Replay of ...…
 
Discover which ferns to harvest for spring “fiddleheads,” why you shouldn’t start seeds in pots of garden soil, comparing and contrasting starting tomatoes and cannabis from seed, and the possibility of planting peas in July. :32 What’s For Dinner: Fiddlehead ferns – new ostrich fern shoots. 6:54 Plant Noob: Why can’t I use garden soil to start ...…
 
Justin Rohner, owner of Agriscaping covers edible flowers, extending your season with microclimates, and building a garden business you love! www.organicgardenerpodcast.com The post 266. Get your garden body on! | Edible Flowers • Microclimates | Agriscaping Green Business Opportunities with Justin Rohner | Gilbert, AZ appeared first on Organic ...…
 
Join the challenge here https://organicgpodcast.samcart.com/products/2019-organic-gardener-podcast-challenge/ I feel like I haven't explained exactly what is the big difference between the Free Garden Course itself and the 2019 Challenge that is worth $37.00? So the Challenge will officially start Monday, I want to give Progressive Radio Networ ...…
 
Truth time: We feel pretty “meh” about daylilies. However, there is no denying they’re tough, low-care plants that have lovely large blooms. They are also relatively disease-free and can grow in a myriad of places. But for some reason they never seem to make our heart skip a beat when shopping at the nursery. Perhaps it’s because certain cultiv ...…
 
Truth time: We feel pretty “meh” about daylilies. However, there is no denying they’re tough, low-care plants that have lovely large blooms. They are also relatively disease-free and can grow in a myriad of places. But for some reason they never seem to make our heart skip a beat when shopping at the nursery. Perhaps it’s because certain cultiv ...…
 
This episode covers how and when to make new gardens without tilling, witch hazel shrubs, growing hops vines, and dealing with the neighbors’ dogs. :30 True or False? Do you have to turn up the soil when you’re creating new gardens? 7:18 Plant Noob: Witch hazel shrubs – fall or winter flowering. 10:49 Eat/Drink/Grow All about hops vines. Growin ...…
 
So much for raw, I redid this episode because the sound was off in the last one. Also, I have updated the show notes. I'm so excited to talk to my guest from Texas because I've been looking for someone to talk to us about Organic Lawn Care! So from Hippie Fertilizing here is Rockstar Millennial AJ Olson! www.organicgardenerpodcast.com Checkout ...…
 
I also want to invite you to our next webinar either Sunday, March 3, 2019 or Tuesday March 5, 2019. I am giving an ONLINE Webinar about creating your own organic oasis and how FREE Garden Course can help you develop your own organic oasis. And you can also learn is the 2019 Organic Gardener Podcast Challenge for you. It's certainly not for eve ...…
 
Hey we made the top 2 in organic gardening and #5 in regular gardening on Feedspot for 2019!!I didn't really understand what feedspot was till yesterday when I actually entered my email and got their newsletter this morning. Very cool. It basically sends you interesting news in your feed from your favorite sources. Check Out Feedspot here: http ...…
 
Find out if you need to soak seeds before planting them, how to grow better root crops, and if it’s OK to put sawdust in the garden. We also talk about sorrel – the weed and the cultivated vegetable. :34 What’s For Dinner: Sorrel – yes, it’s a weed. Yes, it’s a vegetable. Yes, it’s delicious. 4:10 Insider Information: Soaking seeds. You might h ...…
 
This Rockstar Millennial will inspire you to become a Native Bee Renter because not only will it make your garden bloom and produce fruit but it's great for the planet! The post 264. Power Polinators Improve Your Yields | Rent Mason Bees | Rockstar Millennial Olivia Shangrow | Bothel, WA appeared first on Organic Gardener Podcast.…
 
So, I heard Thom Hartmann read the actual wording from HR109 about the Green New Deal and thought that's what I want but it's taken me over 20 minutes to find the actual text so I'm going to share it with you and you can decide if you want to support it and the Sunrise Movement or not. So I didn't really mean to read it all but it was so good I ...…
 
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