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RadioGarden :: Episode 6 : Friend or Foe

Plants are the source, at least in part, of most of our most basic needs–food, clothing, and shelter–and as gardeners, we know they give us beauty, wonder, livelihood. As gardeners, we also know plants aren’t all good, and in fact some are downright dastardly. Are they friend or foe?

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.

RadioGarden :: Episode 4 : Checking Out

Ever wish you could check out of the rat race and live in your garden instead? This month on RadioGarden, a podcast of stories at the intersection of people and plants, I’ll talk to Margaret Roach, whose new book And I Shall Have Some Peace There is about doing just that.

RadioGarden :: Episode 3: A Thousand Words

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. This month on RadioGarden, a podcast of stories at the intersection of people and plants, I talk to three artists who speak for plants through pictures on Botanical Interests seed packets, among other places.

long live the magazine!

I’m not buying the doom-and-gloom prophecy that print is dead. The magazine is the hub of the Horticulture Community, and we’re thrilled to bring you smart gardening ideas in print AND through other outlets.