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Still Growing...A Weekly Gardening Podcast

Jennifer Ebeling: 6ftmama, Master Gardener, & Blog

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Still Growing...A Weekly Gardening Podcast
Still Growing...A Weekly Gardening Podcast

Still Growing...A Weekly Gardening Podcast

Jennifer Ebeling: 6ftmama, Master Gardener, & Blog

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Still Growing is dedicated to helping you and your garden grow

Latest Episodes

Twenty Reasons NOT to Garden and WHY I IGNORE THEM ALL with Garden Humorist Luke Ruggenberg

Luke Ruggenberg ison the show today. Luke is the author ofTwenty Reasons Not To Garden (And Why I Ignore Them All) and it was that clever book title that lead me to buy Luke’s book and then track him down on Twitter and get him to be a guest on the show. Luke…

124 MIN2018 MAY 19
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Twenty Reasons NOT to Garden and WHY I IGNORE THEM ALL with Garden Humorist Luke Ruggenberg

Stoneleigh: America’s Newest Public Garden, PLUS anin-depth chat with Ethan Kauffman about his vision and the plants he loves most in the garden

Ethan Kauffman is on the show today. Ethan’s the director at Stoneleigh - America's newest public garden. I got the chance to talk plants with Ethan (that was exciting!) and not surprisingly, I learned a ton from him, and hopefully, you will, too. You’re going to love hearing his thoughts on favorite plants, using natives, and his choices for perennials that shine in different seasons. Stoneleighis an impressive role model for home gardeners; showing how anative garden can be created to stunning effect.

-1 s2018 MAY 12
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Stoneleigh: America’s Newest Public Garden, PLUS anin-depth chat with Ethan Kauffman about his vision and the plants he loves most in the garden

Practical Organic Gardening Explained, Plus How to Solve Garden Challenges Naturally with Mark Highland

Brand New Podcast - Just in time for Spring! Practical Organic Gardening Explained, Plus How to Solve Garden Challenges Naturally with Mark Highland.

-1 s2018 APR 21
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Practical Organic Gardening Explained, Plus How to Solve Garden Challenges Naturally with Mark Highland

Growing Money: Calculating The Real Value of Trees with Al Zelaya

Al Zelaya is on the show today and we’re talking about the real value of trees. You know the old saying, "money doesn’t grow on trees”? Well, Al Zelaya might beg to differ. He's been working on tree valuation for quite a while andhe’s about to show us just how tovalue a…

109 MIN2018 MAR 17
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Growing Money: Calculating The Real Value of Trees with Al Zelaya

Composting Solutions: Cleaner, Faster Methods to Redefine Rotten with Michelle Balz

Michelle Balz (pronounced Balts) is on the show today and she’sthe author ofComposting for a New Generation: Latest Techniques for the Bin and Beyond. A long-time backyard composter with apassion for reducing our impact on the planet, Michelle offers laid-back advicefor home composters in the Confessions of a Composter blog, teaching classes on…

88 MIN2018 MAR 10
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Composting Solutions: Cleaner, Faster Methods to Redefine Rotten with Michelle Balz

How to Create a Foliage Framework for your Garden with Karen Chapman and Christina Salwitz

Karen Chapman and Christina Salwitzareon the show today and they are the authors of Gardening with Foliage First: 127 Dazzling Combinations that Pair the Beauty of Leaves with Flowers, Bark, Berries, and More. Aslandscape designers, Karen and Christina see gardens through a different lens. They like to begin their work on a garden space by…

-1 s2018 MAR 3
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How to Create a Foliage Framework for your Garden with Karen Chapman and Christina Salwitz

How to Keep – Not Kill – Houseplants with Barbara Pleasant

Barbara Pleasant (SG584)is back on the show and she's the author of The Complete Houseplant Survival Manual. Barbara shares some excellent tips:- why you should buy plants from low light areas- Container vs. Plant: who lives? who dies to live another day?- Pets vs. Houseplants: Addressing Poisonous Houseplant Concerns- Barbara's trick for harvesting and storing…

117 MIN2018 FEB 24
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How to Keep – Not Kill – Houseplants with Barbara Pleasant

SG601: The Chinese Kitchen Garden with Wendy Kiang-Spray

Wendy Kiang-Spray is on the show and she's the author of The Chinese Kitchen Garden. And boy, do I love this book. It’s half how to grow, half how to cook, and half an amazing glimpse into the wonderful Kiang-Spray Family - so that’s 150% worth of yummy, beautiful, love in one book.Plus - it’s…

117 MIN2018 FEB 17
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SG601: The Chinese Kitchen Garden with Wendy Kiang-Spray

SG600: My Apprenticeship in the Gardens of Kyoto with Leslie Buck

Today’s show is a dream come true for me - Leslie Buck is on the show and she's the author of Cutting Back: My Apprenticeship in the Gardens of Kyoto.Cutting Back is Leslie’s charming memoir of her time spent in the gardens of Kyoto, Japan. Now, I read about Leslie and her memoir last…

197 MIN2018 FEB 10
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SG600: My Apprenticeship in the Gardens of Kyoto with Leslie Buck

SG599: The Smart Start Garden Planner with Megan Cain

Megan Cain (SG557)- aka The Creative Vegetable Gardener is back on the show today and we’re discussing how to garden smart and how to be a smart gardener with the help of her Smart Start Garden Planner. Think of all the adjectives you associate with the term gardener: Hopeful Constant Keen Enthusiastic Practical Skilled…

112 MIN2018 FEB 3
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SG599: The Smart Start Garden Planner with Megan Cain

Latest Episodes

Twenty Reasons NOT to Garden and WHY I IGNORE THEM ALL with Garden Humorist Luke Ruggenberg

Luke Ruggenberg ison the show today. Luke is the author ofTwenty Reasons Not To Garden (And Why I Ignore Them All) and it was that clever book title that lead me to buy Luke’s book and then track him down on Twitter and get him to be a guest on the show. Luke…

124 MIN2018 MAY 19
Comments
Twenty Reasons NOT to Garden and WHY I IGNORE THEM ALL with Garden Humorist Luke Ruggenberg

Stoneleigh: America’s Newest Public Garden, PLUS anin-depth chat with Ethan Kauffman about his vision and the plants he loves most in the garden

Ethan Kauffman is on the show today. Ethan’s the director at Stoneleigh - America's newest public garden. I got the chance to talk plants with Ethan (that was exciting!) and not surprisingly, I learned a ton from him, and hopefully, you will, too. You’re going to love hearing his thoughts on favorite plants, using natives, and his choices for perennials that shine in different seasons. Stoneleighis an impressive role model for home gardeners; showing how anative garden can be created to stunning effect.

-1 s2018 MAY 12
Comments
Stoneleigh: America’s Newest Public Garden, PLUS anin-depth chat with Ethan Kauffman about his vision and the plants he loves most in the garden

Practical Organic Gardening Explained, Plus How to Solve Garden Challenges Naturally with Mark Highland

Brand New Podcast - Just in time for Spring! Practical Organic Gardening Explained, Plus How to Solve Garden Challenges Naturally with Mark Highland.

-1 s2018 APR 21
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Practical Organic Gardening Explained, Plus How to Solve Garden Challenges Naturally with Mark Highland

Growing Money: Calculating The Real Value of Trees with Al Zelaya

Al Zelaya is on the show today and we’re talking about the real value of trees. You know the old saying, "money doesn’t grow on trees”? Well, Al Zelaya might beg to differ. He's been working on tree valuation for quite a while andhe’s about to show us just how tovalue a…

109 MIN2018 MAR 17
Comments
Growing Money: Calculating The Real Value of Trees with Al Zelaya

Composting Solutions: Cleaner, Faster Methods to Redefine Rotten with Michelle Balz

Michelle Balz (pronounced Balts) is on the show today and she’sthe author ofComposting for a New Generation: Latest Techniques for the Bin and Beyond. A long-time backyard composter with apassion for reducing our impact on the planet, Michelle offers laid-back advicefor home composters in the Confessions of a Composter blog, teaching classes on…

88 MIN2018 MAR 10
Comments
Composting Solutions: Cleaner, Faster Methods to Redefine Rotten with Michelle Balz

How to Create a Foliage Framework for your Garden with Karen Chapman and Christina Salwitz

Karen Chapman and Christina Salwitzareon the show today and they are the authors of Gardening with Foliage First: 127 Dazzling Combinations that Pair the Beauty of Leaves with Flowers, Bark, Berries, and More. Aslandscape designers, Karen and Christina see gardens through a different lens. They like to begin their work on a garden space by…

-1 s2018 MAR 3
Comments
How to Create a Foliage Framework for your Garden with Karen Chapman and Christina Salwitz

How to Keep – Not Kill – Houseplants with Barbara Pleasant

Barbara Pleasant (SG584)is back on the show and she's the author of The Complete Houseplant Survival Manual. Barbara shares some excellent tips:- why you should buy plants from low light areas- Container vs. Plant: who lives? who dies to live another day?- Pets vs. Houseplants: Addressing Poisonous Houseplant Concerns- Barbara's trick for harvesting and storing…

117 MIN2018 FEB 24
Comments
How to Keep – Not Kill – Houseplants with Barbara Pleasant

SG601: The Chinese Kitchen Garden with Wendy Kiang-Spray

Wendy Kiang-Spray is on the show and she's the author of The Chinese Kitchen Garden. And boy, do I love this book. It’s half how to grow, half how to cook, and half an amazing glimpse into the wonderful Kiang-Spray Family - so that’s 150% worth of yummy, beautiful, love in one book.Plus - it’s…

117 MIN2018 FEB 17
Comments
SG601: The Chinese Kitchen Garden with Wendy Kiang-Spray

SG600: My Apprenticeship in the Gardens of Kyoto with Leslie Buck

Today’s show is a dream come true for me - Leslie Buck is on the show and she's the author of Cutting Back: My Apprenticeship in the Gardens of Kyoto.Cutting Back is Leslie’s charming memoir of her time spent in the gardens of Kyoto, Japan. Now, I read about Leslie and her memoir last…

197 MIN2018 FEB 10
Comments
SG600: My Apprenticeship in the Gardens of Kyoto with Leslie Buck

SG599: The Smart Start Garden Planner with Megan Cain

Megan Cain (SG557)- aka The Creative Vegetable Gardener is back on the show today and we’re discussing how to garden smart and how to be a smart gardener with the help of her Smart Start Garden Planner. Think of all the adjectives you associate with the term gardener: Hopeful Constant Keen Enthusiastic Practical Skilled…

112 MIN2018 FEB 3
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SG599: The Smart Start Garden Planner with Megan Cain