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#432: Tips to Start Your Own Urban Homestead | Kathryn Robles

#432: Tips to Start Your Own Urban Homestead | Kathryn Robles In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike chats with Kathryn Robles, an urban homesteader out of San Antonio Texas, about what you need to do to creat your own urban homestead space. Kathryn has been homesteading since was a small child on her family's property in Portland, OR. There she great up learning how to raise, chickens, goats, rabbits and garden plots. Today, Kathryn, a mom of 5 wants to pass those skills along to her own children, teaching them why it is important to build a homestead for self sustaining needs. She is going to give us some of her tips that made homesteading life much easier, some of the rules you need to follow, and why you should always check into your local ordinances before you ...

#431: Safely Forage for Fruits and Vegetables in Your Neighborhood | Sara Bir

#431: Safely Forage for Fruits and Vegetables in Your Neighborhood | Sara Bir In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike chats with Sara Bir, author of the book, "The Fruit Forager's Companion: Ferments, Desserts, Main Dishes, and More from Your Neighborhood and Beyond", about how you can safely forage fresh fruits and vegetables in your own ...

#430: Growing Edible Cut Flowers at Home | J Schwanke

#430: Growing Edible Cut Flowers at Home | J Schwanke In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike chats with flower expert J Schwanke, author of the award winning book, "Bloom 365", about how you can grow edible cut flowers at home very easily ...

#429: How to Grow Mushrooms at Home - [Tavis Lynch]

#429: How to Grow Mushrooms at Home - [Tavis Lynch] In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike chats with Tavis Lynch, author of the book, "Mushroom Cultivation: An Illustrated Guide to Growing Your Own Mushrooms at Home", about how you can grow a wide variety of mushrooms right at home ...

#428: Build Your Garden Soil Organically - [Steve Stumbras]

#428: Build Your Garden Soil Organically - [Steve Stumbras] In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike chats with Steve Stumbras from Purple Cow Organics on how you can build your soil organically. Steve has been helping farmers build their soil naturally and organically for nearly 9 years by understanding the biology of what it takes to replenish the soil's nutrients. He is going to come on The Vegetable Gardening Show today and share with us some of what he does at Purple Cow Organics and how those techniques relate to the home vegetable gardener. From there, Steve will tell us what soil blocking is and why it is beneficial to you in order to get a head start on your vegetable gardening ...

#427: You Are a Gardener Even if You Grow Only 1 Plant - [CL Fornari]

#427: You Are a Gardener Even if You Grow Only 1 Plant - [CL Fornari] In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike chats with C.L. Fornari, co-host of the podcast, Plantrama, about having fun in the garden, and why, even if you only grow one plant, you are a gardener. C.L., who has her podcast and radio show listeners convinced that her initials mean, "compost lover", comes on The Vegetable Gardening Show today to tell us how she designs her garden, what she does with those volunteer plants, and why designing the garden is just as fun as growing the plants. She is going to give us some information about squash pollination that she discovered recently, which was an eye opener, she'll touch on her technique to keep deer out of her garden, and tell us why she believes that anyone who grows something is indeed a ...

#426: There is a Story in Every Garden - [Beatrice Bowles]

#426: There is a Story in Every Garden - [Beatrice Bowles] In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike chats with Beatrice Bowles, a 6th generation gardener who turned her love for gardening into a successful story teller. Who doesn't love a good story? I know with 2 kids of my own I find great joy in spinning a yarn or two with them. And any chance I get to combine gardening and story telling is always a treat. That is what Beatrice brings to the table. She has been able to use her love for gardening, the creativity and the design, and work that into a story telling career. She is going to come on and tell us about her journey, how she got into story telling in the first place and what the future holds for a lot of things she is ...


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