One of the biggest things happening in the (gardening) world right now is the new USDA Hardiness Zones Map! Plus horticulturist and garden educator Peggy Riccio is joining us on the podcast to talk about her information-packed garden website resource, pegplant.com!
Can the moon help your beans grow? Learn about this traditional practice of working with the moon phases and astrological signs to guide your planting schedule. Author and professor of agriculture Sarah Hall is joining us today!
Join us for an extra special, spooky episode of Seeds & Weeds. Bevin explores the spirit of the season, and talks about death, rebirth and the timeless power of seeds. Author and horticulturalist Marta McDowell is joining us to talk about her new book, Gardening Can Be Murder.
Want to grow sweet, tasty fruit in your own backyard? In today’s episode, author and fruit tree expert Susan Poizner is joining us on the podcast to share some fruit tree knowledge and talk about her latest book Grow Fruit Trees Fast.
What do seeds mean to you? In today’s episode we’re talking with Jennifer Jewell, host of the Cultivating Place podcast and author of the new book, What We Sow: On the Personal, Ecological and Cultural Significance of Seeds.
Gardening for health, happiness and delicious produce! Author and educator Leah Webb joins us on the podcast to talk about whole foods cooking, why she gardens and so much more when she answers 5 Questions.
Pine nut skin scrub? Sour cream face mask?! Author and natural beauty expert Janice Cox joins us on the show to talk about these incredible products and so much more!
This episode is packed full of info! Certified Aromatherapist Amy Anthony joins us to talk about the difference between hydrosols and essential oils, lavandin vs lavender and so much more! Then, Amy shares her Top 5 essential oils!
Join us on a mushroom adventure! Today we’re sitting down with Erin Hamilton, founder of The Mushroom Conservatory to learn how plants and mushroom are so radically different from one another, why we need to more mushrooms in our lives and then we’re going to find out how to get one of her special kits to grow our own mushrooms right at home!
Nerd alert! Gardenerd founder Christy Wilhelmi joins us on the show to talk about small-space fruit orchards, Russian tomatoes, reclaiming food waste and all sorts of groovy stuff!
Herbalist Crystal Stevens joins us to answer your questions! Before the interview, Bevin talks about our recent herb harvest and shares a recipe for a healing salve made from yarrow and comfrey!
Small-space gardening, sustainable living, and the Mother Earth News Fair! Today we’re sitting down to chat with Jessica Mitchell, host of the Mother Earth News & Friends podcast.
Saving seeds, growing trees and eating peaches! Today we’re chatting with Greg Peterson, host of The Urban Farm podcast.
It’s a hot and spicy episode of the Seeds & Weeds Podcast! Today we’re chatting with Mara Welton, who serves as director of programs for Slow Food USA.
We’re sitting down to chat with Canadian farmer and singer-songwriter Del Barber. Del’s music has been nominated for countless awards and has received critical acclaim from Rolling Stone Magazine.
We’re hanging out with farmer and author Zach Loeks to talk about his work at Ecosystem Solution Institute and learn more about micro-landscaping. Right now I am obsessed with America’s favorite fruit, so let’s celebrate with a Tomato Extravaganza!
Why are moths always cast as the villain? What’s the difference between a moth and a butterfly? We’ll find out today in this special bonus episode!
Lets Chat w/ Erica Kempter and Mike Levine, co-owners of Nature & Nurture Seeds, a Michigan based seed company! We talk about why planting regional seed matters and some of their favorite varieties from this year’s catalog, then we play the Garden Dating Game! Let’s see how well Erica and Mike know each other… in the garden.
We’re back with another round of Ask an Herbalist and this time we’re sitting down with herbalist and educator Demetria Clark.
Seed steward Melissa DeSa tell us about her tomato breeding program and Bevin rambles on about one of his favorite wild herbs.
Foodscape gardener Brie Arthur shares her love affair with grains and Annie Toro Lopez plays Chili Pepper Trivia!
Community gardener Sonya Harris tells us how we can get our hands on her special seeds and Bevin shares his Top 5 Peppers!
Andrew Bunting, VP of the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society talks about this year’s garden trends, the Philadelphia Flower Show and he plays a quick round of This or That!
Herbalist Mel Mutterspaugh answers all your herby questions and I share my Top Five herbs for the tea garden!
Jon Jackson has to choose between pork or beef and Enoch Graham answers your gardening questions!
Joseph Lofthouse tells us why promiscuous tomatoes are his favorite tomatoes!
Jeff Quattrone tells us why he loves those jersey tomatoes and I share the story of Radiator Charlie’s Mortgage Lifter!