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This podcast is devoted to all things gardening. National gardening television host, Joe Lamp'l, guides you through each episode with practical tips and information to help you become a better, smarter gardener, no matter where you are on your journey. This series has a strong emphasis on organic gardening and growing food, but covers a diverse range of topics from one of the country's most informed and leading gardening personalities today.
 
This book is a good reference on vegetable gardening. It covers the economic value of a vegetable garden, planning and locating the garden, maintaining soil fertility, hotbeds, garden tools, sowing seeds, transplanting seedlings, growing and storing vegetables, managing garden pests, and fall garden work.(Summary by A.L. Gramour)
 
Charles Darwin LL.B F.R.S was the discoverer of evolution and argued the role of "natural selection" in directing the evolution of species. Darwin also had an interest in the formation of soils (moulds) that began relatively early in his life, with a paper "On the Formation of Vegetable Moulds" delivered to the Geological Society of London in 1937. Darwin's last book, The Formation of Vegetable Moulds through the Action of Worms with Observations on their Habits, was completed in 1881. (Summ ...
 
Artists. Public servants. Scientists. Immigrants. Innovators. Celebrities. “People in America” (PIA) profiles their amazing stories and showcases the diversity and individuality of American people. The series allows you to experience their journey through their voice. It captures the visual, sounds and textures that celebrate who they are and what they do best. Stories that personify democracy, self-sufficiency, expression and community. PIA will introduce people in America whose contributio ...
 
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We’re not experienced M&Mologists, but we at least know that much. I have a blood line, did you know that? It runs right through my arm. Look you can even see it sometimes, it’s blue and if you poke it this red liquid comes out. I only call it a blood line because that’s what everybody else calls it. I never really learned what it was in hindsight,…
 
Composting is one of my favorite gardening topics to discuss, and I found a kindred spirit in our shared love of composting, with Dr. Lee Reich. He has been perfecting the art and science of composting for more than 40 years. This week’s podcast is an encore of our conversation from a few years back on why composting is a fulfilling activity and ho…
 
Checkwait a minute, I almost made the same joke as the last time we did a Checkmate. We’ve come to the end of another show and rather unceremoniously bid it farewell for another. Sorry The Prisoner 2009, we hardly knew ye. How could we? You only had 6 episodes, that was like a month and a half of podcasting at best! It’s a good thing we didn’t make…
 
We are gathered here today to do a podcast. Yes you heard that, we’re out here doing a podcast did you know that? We do it every week, you should subscribe! You can find us all over the internet it’s pretty great actually. Even on this very website, did you know that? It’s The Gathering, written by John Fay and aired on September 2, 2011. Show-note…
 
The growing season is quickly approaching, and there are a number of things to take care of now to get the best results during the rest of the year. This week, I present a timely encore of my list of the Top 10 Things to Do Now to Prepare the Garden for Spring.Podcast – joe gardener® | Organic Gardening Like a Pro による
 
Schizoid is such a funny word. Schizoid is a really fun word too actually. You know it would be fun if I had a schizoid, they could edit the podcast and do all the podcast stuff and I could just sleep instead. Not like I’m forgoing sleep to get these podcasts done, no siree, I’m completely healthy. I promise, I’m getting a full 8 hours every night.…
 
You know, like a troll who lives under a bridge? Doctor Who and Torchwood have had their share of trolls in our time, but this week just takes the cake. How can we sit here and listen to this absolute nonsense from someone so untrustworthy? And yet for some reason this is the job we decided to do, and this is the task we set before us. How disappoi…
 
Regenerative agriculture, permaculture and soil health have come to the forefront of gardening conversations in recent years, but for the layperson, useful definitions for these terms can be elusive. Fortunately, to explain this soil and agriculture terminology in an approachable way, my guest this week is Dr. Jake Mowrer, an expert on all things s…
 
Oh my darling, oh my darling, oh my darling… … Number 6. Number 6 was lost forever, oh my darling number 6. That’s how it goes right? That’s the version I remember being taught in school by 334, he was the best teacher we ever had. Some say that 571 was better, but I disagree, 334 is always going to be my favourite. It’s Darling, written by Bill Ga…
 
Love. Compassion. Kindness. There are plenty of hidden 8th sins to choose from, and that’s why, now more than ever, you need to specify. Speaking of things that are happening now more than ever, we’re now more than ever talking about Torchwood Miracle Day episode 7. We haven’t talked about it before, and sadly we probably never will again. Until we…
 
Monty Don is the biggest name in gardening in the United Kingdom, and this week he’s my guest for the very special 200th episode of “The joe gardener Show.” In our conversation, he shares his behind-the-scenes experience as Lead Presenter of the No. 1 British gardening show, Gardeners' World during a pandemic and discusses the takeaways from his to…
 
Anvils are great but without hammers what would you even use them for? You ever realize how close “Anvil” is to “Arrival”? I only noticed now because I almost misspelled Anvil like three times while writing this description. In fact this sentence was the fourth, can you believe it? I can’t. But at least I know how to spell now. It’s Anvil, written …
 
Is there a reason why after doing the podcast for so long we have literally no short term memory? You ever heard that song? You know the one. “something something stuck in the middle with you.” The only official way to watch The Middle Men is to have that song playing just on constant repeat while watching. That’s it. That’s the official way to wat…
 
For the very first episode of The joe gardener Show that’s dedicated solely to growing potatoes, I couldn’t have asked for a better guest than Jim Gerritsen, the founder of Wood Prairie Family Farm in Bridgewater, Maine, where he has grown potatoes organically for 45 years. Jim generously shares everything to know about growing epic potatoes, from …
 
I often seek inner peace, or to put it another way, harmony. These one word titles are giving me wild “Alfred Hitchcock” vibes. If you didn’t know, he was quite fond of naming his movies after one word titles. For example, Psycho or Vertigo is probably his most famous, but there’s also Deception, Suspicion, Notorious, Rebecca, Marnie, Rope, Sabotag…
 
Not to be confused with Religious Seniority. It’s Categories of Life, written by Jane Espensen and aired on August 5, 2011. Show-notes: 0:40: Seth MacFarlane created a lot of other stuff besides Family Guy. Most of it isn’t very good. 29:18: It was in Destiny of the Daleks. Thanks @Prof_Quiteamess and @lisacartman. 31:28: Shockingly, Hillary Duff i…
 
Hydrangeas are beautiful flowering plants with dramatic blooms that provide color and drama in the summer garden, but they can be fussy if they don’t get the proper care and attention. Proper hydrangea care for late winter is key. Improper pruning and other common mistakes, compounded with difficult weather, can lead to disappointment. Luckily, my …
 
The Prisoner Returns! This is probably the most divisive show that we’ve done for Inevitable. Our fans have given us various opinions, from bad to great to love to dishonor on the Prisoner’s family. And yet here we are, forging forth and doing it anyway. Because 1) we want to and 2) it’s best to make your own opinions. It’s Arrival, written by Bill…
 
Damn we can never get any Doctor Who spinoffs can we? This week on K9 and Company. Wait no wrong spinoff. This week on Class… Sarah Jane Adventures… The Prisoner… Hang on just bear with me I’m going to get there eventually. Oh Torchwood, that’s right Torchwood: Children of Earth. Dammit. It’s Escape to LA, written by Jim Gray and John Shiban and ai…
 
When planting a naturalistic garden, is having more plants always better? If you ask Kelly Norris, my podcast guest this week and the author of “New Naturalism: Designing and Planting a Resilient, Ecologically Vibrant Home Garden,” the answer is, unequivocally, “yes.” He is an advocate for biodiverse, abundant landscapes that use every square foot …
 
Honestly this title alone was confusing. We record these podcast in the dead of night now actually. Like way late at night. Like 7 PM. I know, so late right. In the UK the sun is probably still up at that time, being all a million miles from the equator and all that, but down here thanks to the end of DST we’re solidly two hours into darkness at th…
 
The science behind the relationship between plants and light is complicated, but my guest on this week’s encore episode explains it in an accessible, easy-to-understand way. Her name is Leslie Halleck, and she is an expert on lighting for indoor growing. In our conversation, Leslie explains what gardeners need to know about light to raise houseplan…
 
I usually prefer to keep my hairstyle the same and change up my fists, but maybe that’s just me. This new rendition of Torchwood continues to amaze and astound. This week, we’re off to the land of the free and the home of the brave. But first, the Torchwood team (i.e. Gwen and Jack) have to deal with some snakes (noun; a treacherous or deceitful pe…
 
Before attempting a pest control method that may prove to be unnecessary, ineffective or complete overkill, the first step a gardener should take is to correctly identify the problem. Positive identification of garden pests paired with the appropriate intervention will yield the best results while minimizing or eliminating negative impacts. My gues…
 
Sometimes, when the stars align, you get a fourth season of Torchwood. This is that season. We enter the final season of Torchwood, and the podcast is coming to a close. Of an era. Close of an era. Haha almost had you going there for a second didn’t I? You were worried for a hot a second right? Ha ha. Ha. It’s The New World, written by Russell T. D…
 
No-dig gardening is a simple gardening method that many gardeners — who were taught for years that they had to till or turn their gardens annually — still have many questions about. To demystify no-dig gardening and explain its benefits, my guest this week is my longtime friend Charlie Nardozzi, a nationally recognized garden writer, speaker, and r…
 
Halloween can’t come soon enough. So the children of earth are saved and the day is mine once more. We only had to sacrifice one kid rather than the 10% that the 456 requested, but the 456 are off gallivanting somewhere else. They have technology to do almost anything but replicate this weird chemical? I dunno. It’s Children of Earth: Day Five, wri…
 
Many factors affect whether seeds started indoors will grow to become seedlings that are strong and healthy enough to transition into the garden, survive and prosper. On this week’s encore episode, John Porter of The Garden Professors shares his non-negotiables for success when seed starting.Podcast – joe gardener® | Organic Gardening Like a Pro による
 
I love slime! Children of Earth is rapidly coming to a close. Which means we’re going to finally move on to the final season of Torchwood which means oh god we’re running out of content. What are we gonna do?! Maybe the 456 should take us instead, that way we can stop making podcasts. It’s Children of Earth: Day Four, written by John Fay and aired …
 
Indoor seed starting time is nearly upon us, and whether you are starting seeds yourself for the first time in 2021 or you have prior experience, I’m certain you’ll find my discussion with tomato growing expert Craig LeHoullier enlightening. In this encore presentation, Craig and I share tips and tricks to successfully start seeds indoors.…
 
If we could have made this episode a tone poem we would have. The audio quality in this episode is a little worse than normal because it was recorded quite early in quarantine (nearly a year before release) before we had figured out how to properly record these things via skype. Because of that Kiyan’s audio sounds a bit scratchy. Sorry about that.…
 
Really riding this bean trend a little late. Are we all ready to hear the story about the beans? You know the beans that I bought the other day? Well I bought some beans, and I took them home. And then I put them in my pantry. And that’s it. That’s the whole story. It’s better than getting invaded by aliens anyway. Speaking of which, it’s Children …
 
Winter sowing is an easy and fun way to scratch the gardening itch in the coldest months while also getting a head start on growing flowers and cool-season crops that will then take off in spring. In this week’s encore episode, I explain how winter sowing works and identify the types of seeds that are the best candidates to successfully employ this…
 
Whoa, dude – Keanu Reeves After our short interlude into Doctor Who territory we’re officially back with Torchwood. That’s right, we’re back with Torchwood. Jack is back. Well Jack never left even when we went over to Doctor Who, but now he’s back. So its Gwen, back from her little cameo mention last week. The gang’s all here: Jack and Gwen.It’s Ch…
 
From time to time on the podcast, we’ve touched on growing herbs, but this week’s episode is the first that is dedicated solely to growing herbs. My guest to help us dive into this topic of these workhorse plants for every garden is horticulturist Sue Goetz, whose new book, “Complete Container Herb Gardening,” was published just last month.…
 
Dead or alive you’re coming with us. So this time we decided to watch an action movie that turns out to have actually quite complex societal implications. We also watched two other pieces of crap, so it wasn’t really just the one movie. But we did watch that movie. Did you know Paul Verhoeven responded to me on twitter? It was just Paul F. Verhoeve…
 
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