Top Rated Gardening Podcasts
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.
From pruning, to pest control, to balcony gardening, Here and Now host Gill Deacon and Toronto Botanical Garden horticulture director Paul Zammit help solve your gardening problems every week throughout the warm months.
Learn about how Botanical Garden research contributes to the study of climate change, the challenges that face the Garden's horticulturists, and what action the Garden is taking to mitigate the effects of climate change.
The Oxford Botanic Garden is a national reference collection of 7,000 different types of plant, making it the most compact yet diverse collection of plants in the World - there is even more biological diversity here than there is in tropical rain forests and other biodiversity hotspots. Many gardeners come here to seek inspiration. In the beds and borders you may find new plants that would be perfect in your garden at home and partly for this reason we strive to label clearly every plant in the Garden. Plants are grown in this Garden to support our teaching programmes, for research scientists in this University and elsewhere and as part of plant conservation projects.
Every week Sara and Christina share the secrets of healthy living, self sustainability, and growing food from the comfort of your own yard. The show welcomes all gardening listeners from the most inept of novices to the old timers with jade thumbs to prove it.
Join host Larry Meiller as he discusses gardening topics with his guests. This program is heard every Friday at 11 a.m. and rebroadcast on Saturday at 6 a.m. on WPR's Ideas Network stations.
Garden Chat is a comment on a more natural approach to gardening. It covers all aspects of everyday gardening practice with the emphasis on soil management, utilizing the correct plant material and following an environmental code of conduct. The aim is to bring both garden and gardener into the natural realm. It is important for us to know the impact our gardens are having on the environment as a whole, so that we can play a positive role.
Archibald Coxsman and Merly Coots host a gardening show that explores all aspects of gardening . From soil, to garden pests , to gardening tools Archibald and Merly have great knowledge that will entertain as well as inform. Archibald grew up on his Aunt Pearls estate in Virginia and recieved a phd in Botany from the renowned college of Botany in Savannah Georgia. Merly grew up on a snail farm in New Zealand and has written several books including "Snails I Enjoy". Together they give you all gardening tips and tools you will need in your lifelong journey to create your own precious garden.
A look into the life of an Allotment and the people who grow there. To find out more about the project from research through to development, head to http://projectallotment.blogspot.com