RadioGarden :: Episode 1: Moving

Human beings never seem to sit still. It’s the year 2010, and as usual, people everywhere are uprooting their whole lives–some by choice, and some not. But how many are moving away from gardens? In the debut of RadioGarden, a podcast of stories at the intersection of people and plants, I’ll talk to Lynn Felici-Gallant, a gardener preparing to leave her garden behind. Right-click the “Download” link to download.


Do you have a story in plants to tell RadioGarden? Email us at radiogardenmc@gmail.com.

Music from this podcast by ccMixter user Pitx. Plane announcement served by the freesound project and www.digifishmusic.com. Both are licensed under Creative Commons Sampling Plus 1.0. Image source.

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About Andrew Keys

Andrew Keys is a writer, designer, and lifelong gardener, and he hosts the RadioGarden podcast on Horticulture Radio. Do you have a story at the intersection of people and plants? Email Andrew at radiogardenmc AT gmail DOT com.Descended from Mississippi cotton farmers, Andrew was raised with a reverence for the land passed down generations, and first fell in love with plants among thickets of Aralia spinosa in the woods of his childhood home. Andrew may be found online at his blog, Garden Smackdown, on Twitter and Facebook. He is a member of the Garden Designers Roundtable, and lectures for the New England Wild Flower Society. Andrew's company, Oakleaf Green Landscape Design, is centered on the philosophy that the crux of every 21st century design problem is our role as stewards of the Earth.

25 thoughts on “RadioGarden :: Episode 1: Moving

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  2. Cool idea. A little echo in the beginning like too far back from mike when interviewing the guest. Other than that superb content that gets straihjt to the point that plants are people too1

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