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Here’s an incredible source for tips and suggestions on how to grow a great Western Pennsylvania garden. KDKA’s Organic Gardeners explores ways to make digging in the dirt a natural and bountiful experience. The Organic Gardeners are Doug Oster, an Emmy Award winning producer, host and garden writer, and Jessica Walliser, a horticulturist, author and devoted bug lover. The Organic Gardeners airs live Sundays at 7:00 AM on KDKA.
 
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Roots and All
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Do you want to know how to grow plants and get the best out of your outdoor space? Do you find traditional gardening media baffling and/or boring? Then you’re in the right place, because the Roots and All podcast is here to dig deep into how to create a successful garden. If you want honest information and insider knowledge about how to get results, join irreverent horticulturist Sarah Wilson as she chats to the best people from the world of plants and gardens. Sarah is on a mission to help ...
 
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Trees Are Key
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#TreesAreKey with Paul Johnson helps listeners better understand and care for their trees. Weekly podcasts feature a short lesson and tree of the week, and share upcoming tree-related events around Texas. From planting to pruning, famous to flowering, to soil, sun and shade, and what to do when faced with disaster -- Trees Are Key has you covered.Paul Johnson is the Urban and Community Forestry Coordinator for Texas A&M Forest Service. Paul is an International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) ...
 
Welcome to the Plants and Me podcast hosted by grower and horticulturist Alan Lodge. On this podcast you will get to learn about the people behind the plants as well as some fantastic tips from growers, gardeners, designers, product makers and everything in between. Want to learn more use #plantsandme
 
A popular British garden show.with experienced horticulturist Joff Elphick who speaks to authors, gardeners, writers and other horty movers and shakers!
 
A popular British garden show.with experienced horticulturist Joff Elphick who speaks to authors, gardeners, writers and other horty movers and shakers!
 
Join Kim Eierman, Founder of EcoBeneficial!, for useful gardening tips to improve our environment. Kim shares her own tips and interviews some of the leaders in the ecological gardening movement.
 
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The Flower Podcast
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The Flower Podcast hosted by Scott Shepherd, aka CutFlower Scott, is a podcast for the floral community to discuss flowers, trends, and business topics. Each week a featured guest will share their knowledge, passion, and love of flowers. Join us for colorful chats with talented creatives, photographers, growers, entrepreneurs, authors, and so much more!!
 
If you like your craft with a side of gardening than this podcast is for you. The interviews allow my guests to bring you into their world for a short time. Ever wonder what it’s like to be a knitwear designer, editor, dollmaker, horticulturist, allotmenteer, craft writer or blogger? Then choose a podcast and find out more:
 
The RHS Gardening Podcast offers seasonal advice, inspiration and practical solutions to gardening problems. Trusted gardening professionals give you the latest horticultural advice, scientific research and tried and tested techniques to bring out the best in your garden. Topics covered include: growing your own vegetables, flowers, garden design, lawn care and gardening with children. Plus expert masterclasses in topics ranging from cottage garden plants, growing orchids, to pest control an ...
 
Michelle McLeod, the first lady of landscape rock provides an inside look into the landscape industry, offering installation guides, product best uses, and one-on-one interviews with top architects, designers, and contractors.
 
A very impassioned piece from the first World War, introducing a volunteer civilian anti-spy organization to root out enemy spies from the USA. It appears that this organization never reached the level the author urges; however, other organizations such as the American Protective League did."Greatest Publication Since the Civil War!Spy Proof America means only one thing - a short, quick, decisive victory - and with honor, too!Every City Is Mobilizing - Join NowThe Voluntary Secret Service - ...
 
The University of Georgia Griffin Campus News highlights academic and research programs, and other events occurring at the Griffin campus. This podcast is broadcast live every Thursday at 9:00a.m. on WKEU Radio 1450AM/88.9FM and live streamed at wkeuradio.com.
 
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Trees Are KeyThis week, let’s discuss learning and education in “Repetition is Key.” As I mentioned last week, one of our biggest challenges is an ignorant populace. We are a highly specialized society and most people focus in on one or two areas. We, usually, hire specialists when we need help, but we have to understand that it is ‘worth’ the ...…
 
This week, I’m talking garden birds with Kate Risely, Garden BirdWatch Organiser at the British Trust for Ornithology. Kate talks us through the trends that have occurred in our garden bird populations over the past 40 years, what and when to feed them, diseases that are on the rise and how you can attract more birds in your garden. Plus, Kate ...…
 
Lizzie Dean joins us this week to share her allotment journey and how she lives zero waste, not only throughout her home but also in her allotment. If you’re not sure what zero waste means, it’s using products that are recyclable, renewable and creates minimal waste for landfills. She also discusses about accessible gardening and shares her tip ...…
 
This week Scott chats with Calvert Crary, he’s the Executive Director of both FlowerSchool New York and FlowerSchool Los Angeles. Previously an award winning photographer, Calvert made the transition to floral entrepreneur, having opened and successfully run three flower shops in New York City. He’s trained and coached thousands of students on ...…
 
It's time to harvest your squash and pumpkin! Jess shares how she celebrated the fall season at Soergel's Pumpkin Patch & how crucial it is to prepare your plants for the upcoming frost and winter. She answers questions from callers on how to prune a willow tree, trees losing their leaves, how to winter over a hibiscus and more!…
 
Trees Are KeyFOMO, or the fear of missing out, has entered many people's lexicon, but do you really know what it means? Do you suffer from FOMO? Is there a way to harness FOMO for good? Listen in to learn more.Species SpotlightIn Texas, the native Rocky Mountain Douglas-Fir reaches heights of 80 feet or more and a trunk diameters to 3 feet, wit ...…
 
This week, Sarah is talking Peonies with Alec White of Primrose Hall Peonies. If you attended this year’s Chelsea Flower Show, you probably saw the amazing, gold-winning stand Alec put together in the floral marquee - it was the one with the bath, peonies spilling everywhere and the semi-nude model painted all over with peonies. It certainly ca ...…
 
One of every three bites of our food is pollinated by animal pollinators, but at what cost to pollinators and our food security? Join Kim Eierman of EcoBeneficial as she interviews Peter Nelson, director and filmmaker of this award-winning documentary (with a bonus “sneak peek” of the film).By Kim Eierman.
 
We’re very excited to have Michael Perry, also known as Mr Plant Geek, join us this week. Michael has been in the horticultural industry for many years, previously working at Thompson and Morgan and helping them win a range of awards, as well as getting involved with TV and radio having appeared on QVC, This Morning, The Alan Titchmarsh Show an ...…
 
Isha Foss is the owner of Isha Foss Design located in Virginia Beach. For 17 years, Isha has continued to do floral, wedding, and interior stylist for celebrations, corporate events, and fine homes. We discuss being a Chapel Designer, mentorship, growing your business, and how to give back. Be sure to subscribe to The Flower Podcast on your pre ...…
 
Fall just arrived, but winter is just around the corner! Doug and Jess open the show talking about Epimedium growth and great bulbs. They also talk about how it has been a great growing year for plants with berries and a great use for button bushes. Dick Till of DaveyTree joins Doug and Jess to share essential tips for winter tree care. Learn w ...…
 
Trees Are KeyTrees and humans are reactive organisms. While stress is key for the development of strong, resilient trees, it can be debilitating for us. Learning to cope with stress is a vital life skill for all of us.Species SpotlightBlack Cherry Prunus serotina var. serotina is a deciduous Texas native. This large tree grows up to 80 feet tal ...…
 
In this episode sponsored by MY WINDOW BOX Joff travels to Worcestershire in the UK to experience The RHS Malvern Autumn Show. With hundreds of exhibitors it has more than enough to fill a whole day and plenty more for members of the family who might not put horticulture at the centre of their lives. Joff has a great time and is extremely impre ...…
 
In this episode sponsored by MY WINDOW BOX Joff travels to Worcestershire in the UK to experience The RHS Malvern Autumn Show. With hundreds of exhibitors it has more than enough to fill a whole day and plenty more for members of the family who might not put horticulture at the centre of their lives. Joff has a great time and is extremely impre ...…
 
Just how free are we to walk around our cities and countryside? Who owns our parks and public spaces and who makes the decision what you can and can’t do in them and when they can be closed for ticketed events? What can you do to make sure our green spaces stay open and accessible to all? These are all questions I asked Neil Sinden, the Directo ...…
 
Chrystal McDowell, Assistant Director of Student Affairs, talks about the upcoming Fall 2019 New Student Orientation and Welcome Week eventsBy Lee Taylor.
 
Gordon State College's President, Dr. Kirk Nooks talks with Dr. Hunnicutt about his first year as the President of Gordon State College and the upcoming Fall 2019 semesterBy Lee Taylor.
 
Are you looking to optimise the size of your garden? This week we’re joined by Daniel from Home Gardens who uses his YouTube channel show you what you can achieve in a small garden. Perfect for those who are in need of some gardening inspiration! This is useful for so many of us now that gardens are unfortunately getting smaller and smaller and ...…
 
Laura Dowling shares her journey with flowers which lead her to become the Chief Floral Designer at the White House from 2009-2015. Laura and Scott chat about the many events and parties she created while the Obama's were in the White House. Laura organized the volunteer army of floral designers that helped with the Holiday decor, especially th ...…
 
It's the perfect time for planting perennials and other garden plants that will come back year after year. Doug has all the details you need to know. Chad Whepley of the Pittsburgh Agway stores joins Doug to discuss the organic products they sell and the pride Whepley feels in running a family-owned business. Learn along with their callers as D ...…
 
Last week we explored how “Listening is Key” and this week let’s discuss how “Stress is Key.” Trees are reactive organisms and much of what we should and shouldn’t do to trees is because of stress. From episode 47 “Tropisms Are Key” to all the pests we’ve talked about to drought and heat… our trees are constantly responding to stress. Species S ...…
 
As autumn hits its stride we're at RHS Garden Hyde Hall in Essex to sample the exotic yet seasonal delights of the Global Growth Vegetable Garden with Matthew Oliver and Head Chef James Curtis. Meanwhile back at Wisley, Team Leader Verity Bradbury shares her favourite autumnal plants from the Equinox Borders and entomologist Imogen Cavadino has ...…
 
A New Garden Ethic with Benjamin Vogt Sarah talks to garden designer and author Benjamin Vogt about his book A New Garden Ethic: Cultivating Defiant Compassion for an Uncertain Future. Benjamin writes in his book how it’s imperative that we take up a new style of gardening, a new garden ethic, and that we do so fast. Benjamin explains what it m ...…
 
Carly Jenkins with her husband Jamie operate Killing Frost Farm in the Potomac Valley of Western Montana. Besides growing flowers and opening Westside Flower Market, she is passionate about responsible foraging. Realizing the impact on the environment and our native species, she is an advocate for educating yourself before cutting. Carly also v ...…
 
Doug and Jess have trees on their minds - they open the show talking about the different varieties of trees they would like to plant and how to protect the ones they currently have. Of course, the garden gets some love as well - Jess shares her plans for kale and oat cover crops. Miles Stephens with Davey Tree joins in to discuss this warm, dry ...…
 
In this episode sponsored by MYWINDOWBOX Joff visit the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham to attend Glee-The UK's leading garden and outdoor living trade shoe.Set in huge halls and with over 500 exhibitors Joff had a busy day and walked over 8km! Joff talks to Charlotte from Natural Grower who offers organic and vegan fertiliser products ...…
 
In this episode sponsored by MYWINDOWBOX Joff visit the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham to attend Glee-The UK's leading garden and outdoor living trade shoe.Set in huge halls and with over 500 exhibitors Joff had a busy day and walked over 8km! Joff talks to Charlotte from Natural Grower who offers organic and vegan fertiliser products ...…
 
Trees Are KeyThis week let’s discuss how “Listening is Key.” Have you ever been part of a listening session? It’s fascinating just how hard it is to just sit there and listen, but “Listening is Key” to effective communication and can help us avoid many problems. Learn more by listening in to this week's episode of #TreesAreKey! Species Spotligh ...…
 
Dr Glenn H Shepard is an ethnobotanist, medical anthropologist and film maker whose work focuses on the indigenous peoples of the Amazon. He speaks eleven languages and has done fieldwork with diverse native groups in Latin America, Asia and the Middle East researching shamanism, medicinal plants, and traditional environmental knowledge. His wo ...…
 
Hellah Sidibe joins us on the podcast to discuss his vegan diet and how it has changed his life. Hellah is a vegan athlete who has ran every day since 13th May 2017 (and is still going!) and he explains how his plant-based diet has made this possible, as well as sharing some tips on where people should start if they want to become vegan.Hellah ...…
 
Thursd is a floral meetup spot where international professionals in floriculture can share stories about anything related to floriculture. Relevant and important content will be shared by Thursd and embedded on the website, linking it to the original publication, and creating free basic profile’s related to it. Today Scott chats with Arjen Scho ...…
 
Fall has arrived and there is so much to do! Doug and Jess talk about cold weather crops, using a cold frame, cover crops, weed management and the joy of starting a garden for the first time. Learn how to transplant a redbud tree, replant and divide houseplants like Swedish ivy and peace lilies, identify wild garlic, caring for a gerbera daisy ...…
 
Bonus Episode: Scott chats with Holly Chapple and the Winners of the "It Could Be You" contest. Eleven designers came together and sat down for a heart-to-heart chat to discuss topics close to their heart. We talk about pricing, marketing, and the challenges of being in business in the flower industry. Be sure to subscribe to The Flower Podcast ...…
 
Trees Are KeyLet’s discuss “Keys to Termites and Trees." Are those little critters ants, which we’ve talked about recently, or termites? The very idea of termites eating away at your house is a nightmare. Are they as bad for our trees? It depends…Species SpotlightThe Sweetgum, Liquidambar styraciflua is also called Red Gum. Sweetgum Occurs in E ...…
 
This week we return to Wisley for a very special event as HRH The Duchess of Cambridge opens the new Back to Nature Garden, which was inspired by show gardens co-designed by HRH alongside landscape architects Andree Davies and Adam White at the Chelsea and Hampton Court Palace flower shows. It's a place for families and friends to have fun in n ...…
 
In this episode, I’m speaking to Jan Billington of Maddocks Farm Organics, a flower farm in Devon growing and selling organic edible flowers. We talk about the easiest and tastiest flowers you can grow, colour trends, some more unusual edible flowers and how you can use edible flowers for your own special event. The episode starts with Jan tell ...…
 
This week we’re joined by Joe Lamp’l, also known as Joe Gardener, all the way from Atlanta. Joe is an organic gardener and has a passion for teaching people how to garden. He has been teaching people everything you need to know about gardening as a TV host on 3 national gardening shows and is currently the host of the national television show, ...…
 
Our guest this week is Nia Bradley-Hobbs, she is the floral half of LuvShifting. LuvShifting is so much more than a florist. From weddings to kimonos Nia and her husband transform their love of flowers into timeless keepsakes. Through Art, Fabric design and Graphics, floral moments are captured and used to create bespoke fashions and accessorie ...…
 
Trees Are KeyLet’s discuss how “Passion is Key.” You commonly hear the advice, “do what you love and you’ll never work a day in your life” I’m lucky, I love what I do… most of the time. I’m passionate about trees and people. I get to work with people and occasionally trees, but that doesn’t mean that there are set backs or periods when you just ...…
 
Alyson Mowat runs her studio out of Shoreditch in London and has been creating botanical masterpieces for the past 5 years. She works with indoor and outdoor plants to make visually stunning green displays and specialises in terrariums, jarrariums, aquascapes and kokedama to stage plants in unique ways. We talk about using plants to create visu ...…
 
Mark Wilson from Any Pond joins us this week to discuss all things pond related and shares more about his passion for ponds and wildlife, specifically aquatic wildlife. Any Pond is a water garden design specialist company based in the Midlands and Mark and his team have travelled across the globe to help other pond contractors, including Europe ...…
 
Shane Connolly, Owner of Shane Connolly and Company, chats with Scott Shepherd this week. He discusses the wedding he designed for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, his love for the meaning of flowers, and his passion for creating foam free designs. Shane is a wealth of knowledge and experiences. Be sure to subscribe and follow where ever you ...…
 
It's your last chance to plant vegetable crops for the fall, and Jess breaks down if and when you should plant your trees and shrubs. Jess explains the history of plant patents to Rob Pratte and Mrs. Know It All calls in to talk knockout roses. Jess answers questions from callers on a phalaenopsis orchid during dormancy, bagworms on a pine tree ...…
 
Trees Are KeyMany ants aren’t a problem, but this week’s subject can be very tough on our trees, particularly seedlings and transplants. One challenge is that these ants don’t actually eat the plant material they harvest, but actually farm with it. Listen in to learn more. Species SpotlightShortleaf Pine, Pinus echinata, is a tall, slender Texa ...…
 
As autumn approaches and a new generation of gardeners re-discovers the late-season charms of chrysanthemums, we get expert advice on how to grow them from RHS Master Grower Martyn Fish of Chrysanthemums Direct. We talk to James Armitage, editor of The Plantsman, who shares some exciting news about this magazine for plant lovers ahead of its Se ...…
 
This week I’m speaking to Dr Wilson Wall of Bewdley Orchids. Dr Wall is also the co-author of How to Grow Native Orchids in Gardens Large and Small and is a foremost expert on UK native orchids. In this episode, he talks about growing orchids in lawns, borders, containers…they’re much more versatile than you might expect! Not only are they beau ...…
 
This week on the podcast we’re joined by Kaye Kittrell, an actress, photographer and gardener. Kaye has performed in theatre, film and TV including Cheers, Gilmore Girls and Saturday Night Live. As well as featuring in over 100 commercials, Kaye has also written and directed two award-winning short films.In 2012 Kaye created Late Bloomer, which ...…
 
Our guest this week is Amy Balsters, owner of Amy Nicole Floral. Amy has been in the retail floristry and special event industry for over 20 years and now uses this experience to teach others. Amy and Scott chat about how the importance of learning the fundamentals, hiring, teaching, and how to change mindsets. You can learn more about her and ...…
 
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