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The Dakota Midwest Gardener with Home Gardening Tips Podcast Facebook Group is located in the Bismarck-Mandan, North Dakota.We serves our Midwestern States area of the United States. There is tons of useful information and tips for you to get your garden started and have a very successful garden with Great looking and very delicious tasting Vegetables and sweet tasting friut. Also we can all think of ways to make this group more exciting and more educational for all.
 
The Home Grown podcast is presented by the Agriculture & Natural Resources (ANR) Unit of the Harris County Texas A&M AgriLife Extension office. The series provides information on urban agriculture / horticulture / gardening and ag literacy. The program focuses on topics that are relevant to the urban gardener.
 
Does your home ever feel like “a Money Pit?” It doesn’t have to be that way! We’re Tom Kraeutler and Leslie Segrete, hosts of The Money Pit Podcast. For us, a money pit is not a disaster – it’s a home you love! Whether you’re dealing with a repair or dreaming about a reno, consider us your coach, helper or home improvement therapist for all things remodeling, decor or fix up! From bathrooms to basements, demolition to décor and gardening to garages, we share non-biased expertise to help you ...
 
The Diva Home & Lifestyle podcast caters to prospective and current homeowners. The show offers practical tips about buying, selling and investing in real estate, credit repair, finances, housekeeping tips, life hacks, recipes, DIY projects ideas, gardening advice and more tips to help make your house a happy home. Hosted by Real Estate Diva Brenda Douglas
 
Got a project going on in your home or yard? Need some help with your garden? You’ve come to the right place! Josh Cary and David Bates have been giving you advice on your home and garden across two millennia, two centuries and four decades. You never know who will turn up or what you might hear. This isn’t your grandmother’s gardening show. Want to interact with the guys? Leave a voicemail at (615)499-6690 and watch LIVE at 8 AM Saturdays on Facebook by searching for “The At Home Show with ...
 
America’s Home Grown Veggies with Daryl Pulis is the year round veggie show that helps you extend the vegetable growing season to 12 months a year. Join Daryl Pulis every Saturday at 10A EST on America’s Web Radio as she interviews experts in growing vegetables outside, inside and in containers. Daryl Pulis is past president of the Georgia Master Gardener Association and was named Master Gardener of the Year in 1994. She became Advanced Training Coordinator for the University of Georgia Coop ...
 
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SHOW NOTES: If you enjoyed garden-fresh veggies all Spring and Summer, now is the time to plant cool weather crops that thrive in autumn’s cooler weather. Learn what grows best straight through to the first frost. Adding shrubbery to the front of your house adds curb appeal and the cooler Fall weather offers plenty of time for the roots to grow dee…
 
SHOW NOTES: Spotted a roof leak and wondering if your roof can be repaired or needs a complete replacement? We’ll tell you how to know. It doesn’t matter if you heat by gas, oil, propane or electric, it’s time to get your heating system serviced. We share key components that have to be checked to make sure the system remains safe and efficient. If …
 
SHOW NOTES: Hiring a gutter company to install gutter guards can be ridiculously expensive. But buying the product and then either installing the gutter covers yourself -- or hiring a handyman to do the installation -- can be far less expensive. We walk you through the project. Laminate countertops can give you the look of natural stone without the…
 
On this episode of Big Blend Radio's "Garden Gossip" Home & Garden Show, travel writer Debbie Stones talks about her visit to the historic Dana-Thomas House in Springfield, Illinois. This 12,600-square-foot 1902 home is reportedly the best preserved of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Prairie School houses. With this commission, Wright had an unlimited budget,…
 
SHOW NOTES: Ready to blast away piles of leaves this Fall? Paul Hope, the Home & Appliance Editor from Consumer Reports, dishes on this season’s best leaf blowers including some that won’t wake the neighborhood! As we move closer to Fall, we move closer to Fall storms which can bring on MOLD! But is getting rid of mold a DIY project, or do you alwa…
 
In this episode, Paul talks with Robert Grove the general manager of the greenhouse operation at the Brookwood Community in Brookshire, Texas. Robert provides insight into greenhouse and nursery growing from his years of experience, and how the Brookwood Community residents contribute to the growth and production of the plants that are produced the…
 
SHOW NOTES: Everyone wants a perfect remodel but home improvement and perfect are two words that you don’t often hear in the same sentence! We share tips on how to avoid the hidden surprises that come with the territory. Home prices are up and that means successful home buyers may not have much money left for unexpected repairs once they close on t…
 
SHOW NOTES: Hate waiting for your shower water to heat up? Hot water recirculation pumps can help, delivering hot water to faucets almost immediately. We’ll tell you how it works and what it takes to install one in your own house. Do dishes come out of your dishwasher dirtier than when they went in? The culprit could be a clogged drain valve that’s…
 
SHOW NOTES: Are you living with the heating system that was in your house when you bought it? Old furnaces and boilers can be inefficient. We help you figure out if a replacement or conversion to another tup of heat is worth it. If you’ve shopped for a house in what’s been a crazy market, you probably spent more than you wanted to. That leaves litt…
 
From pocket parks and gardens to historic sites and architectural walking tours, this episode of Big Blend Radio's 3rd Tuesday 'Go Natchitoches' Show focuses on historic homes and gorgeous gardens in Natchitoches, Louisiana. Featured guests are Arlene Gould and Kelli West of the Natchitoches Convention & Visitors Bureau. Founded in 1714, Natchitoch…
 
SHOW NOTES: For renters, heat is a big expense you might feel you can’t change. We’ll share tips to save money heating your apartment that won’t require any major changes and make you a lot more comfortable. Do have a deck with cracked or splintery boards that needs a refresh? We share tips on the easiest way to repair deck boards and re-stain the …
 
SHOW NOTES: Just about time to wrap up gardening for the year. But if you had a greenhouse, you can extend your gardening well into the Fall! Plus, you can start back up even earlier next spring. We’ll share the best DIY Greenhouse Kits to hook you up with a 4-season crop of veggies. When you flick on the bathroom light first thing in the morning, …
 
SHOW NOTES: Buying new replacement windows can be confusing. But if you learn how to read a single label that’s required for every new window, finding the best window becomes instantly simplified. We walk you through what to look for. Leftover paint can feel like a headache when every other aspect of a project is done. But with a little imagination…
 
On this episode of Big Blend Radio's 'Garden Gossip' Show, travel writer Debbie Stone shares her adventures in Chicago Botanic Garden, a world-class destination. Every year, over one million people visit this acclaimed attraction. Situated on 385 acres on and around nine islands, with six miles of lake shoreline, the garden is impressive in size, r…
 
SHOW NOTES: As we head into Fall, it’s a good time to assess your home’s insulation needs. Most homes simply don’t have enough and that results in higher than necessary heating bills as well as a very uncomfortable space. We’ll share a new insulation product that’ll allow you to get the insulation job done fast and safe. Fall is also the time of ye…
 
This episode of Big Blend Radio's Garden Gossip Show features Sabina Palermo, author of "Hi Cacti: Growing Houseplants and Happiness." Plant care is self-care. As we all know, spending time with nature reduces stress, anxiety and depression while boosting your immune system, reducing blood pressure, aiding sleep and improving concentration. "Hi Cac…
 
SHOW NOTES: College parents beware, we are about to enter “silly season” when real estate agents press young, inexperienced students to sign leases that are chock full of ridiculous requirements, and stiff fines and fees that anyone renting outside of a college town would find ludicrous. We’ll tell you what to look for to prepare your young renters…
 
SHOW NOTES: With fall approaching, and you might be wondering if replacing old or drafty windows is a wise move. We walk you through 7 key questions to ask yourself to determine if this project is right for you. Painting seems like a simple DIY project but that’s exactly why it is even more frustrating than ever when your painting project comes out…
 
Enjoy a fun and lively Big Blend Radio "Garden Gossip" chat with Tori Cox, an avid houseplant and gardening hobbyist, potter, and crafter in Johnson City, Tennessee. Hear about the unique plant pots she crafts and some of her tips on caring for house plants. View her plant pot photo gallery and online shop here: https://www.torishandcrafted.com/…
 
SHOW NOTES: Your house is your biggest investment – but how much, exactly, should you set aside for the cost of home maintenance? We share a simple formula to help you determine what that is. Floors need to handle wear and tear and be easy to clean. But when you have pets, that durability raises to a whole new level! We’ll share what you need to kn…
 
In this episode, Shannon talks with Janna Roberson the executive director of Urban Harvest in Houston, TX. Urban Harvest is a non-profit working in the community to bring fresh produce through their farmers markets, community gardens and educational outreach. The organization has been creative in addressing food security and food desert issues. Urb…
 
SHOW NOTES: (Episode Summary, and Links) Have you ever taken a shower and received a blast of water that was freezing cold or scalding hot? That’s what we call shower shock! Tom explains exactly why this happens and how to stop the shower-shock for good. By now, garages are usually a mess of toys, tools and toxins like lawn chemicals and paints – a…
 
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