This week on the Gardenerd Tip of the Week Podcast, it's change of pace day. Just you and me, gardenerds. In this episode I address a few topics that keep coming up with clients and curious minds alike.
🎵 Summer Lovin' happened so fa-ast.🎵 Well, for anxious gardenerds, summer couldn't get here soon enough. The wait between planting and harvesting feels soooo long, doesn't it?
People offer to send me stuff all the time, like these long-sleeved garden gloves. But I only say yes if it looks like something I can use.
Our latest YouTube video explores squash problems. "Why are my squash fruits rotting and dropping off?" We're getting this question a lot lately so we put the solutions in one place for you.
On this week's Gardenerd Tip of the Week Podcast, we talk shop with Catherine McLaughlin, the Design Studio Principal from Farmscape about the rookie mistakes even professional landscape designers make when it comes to raised bed vegetable garden design.
A while ago, our friend Michael Wittman of Blue Sky Biochar gave us some soap. Not just any soap, it's his newest product: Blue Sky Body Care—all natural soap made with biochar and bamboo vinegar.
We took a field trip to the Highland Spring Ranch for the Lavender Festival. It gave us a chance to drink lavender lemonade and shoot helpful tips on pruning lavender.
The kitchen counter looks like a farmers market with zucchini stacked at the ready for zoodles. We discovered this recipe last year and can't wait to make it again.
This week on the Gardenerd Tip of the Week Podcast we're chatting with Marcus Bridgewater. He's the author of the new book How To Grow: Nurture Your Garden, Nurture Yourself.
The garden is jumping and we're excited to see fruit setting on most crops.