RadioGarden :: Episode 5 : Edible Rebels

What evil strikes fear in the heart of the common gardener? Lock up your daughters, listeners! This month on RadioGarden, it’s Edible Rebels: stories from two well known food gardeners, one who thinks we should all be afraid, and one whose methods proved tantamount to fear itself, at least for her neighbors.

First, bestselling author Amy Stewart reads an audio essay adapted from her new book Wicked Bugs about insects, the original edible rebels. Then I talk to Ivette Soler, author of The Edible Front Yard, about what happened when she decided to turn her front lawn into a food garden.


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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.

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