In the winter of 2016 Ellen and C.L. recorded a video in front of a live audience. They titled it Houseplant Rescue: Save it, or Say Goodbye? In the process they realized that they enjoyed talking about plants in a personal, conversational manner. They discovered that they like to have fun with their topic, have different areas of plant or garden expertise, and they don’t always agree. It was the start of a creative working relationship.
C.L. and Ellen believe that podcasts are perfect for providing plant information that enriches listeners’ lives, helps them to be successful with the plants they grow, and assists them in understanding natural processes. Being outdoors among plants is good for us, physically, mentally, spiritually and beyond. We feed body and soul, which is what this podcast is all about.
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Kudos, Reviews from Apple Podcasts, and Love Letters
“Wonderful! I loved the different perspectives of the hosts. There was something very useful in each episode and the rest was very entertaining! Well produced and a joy to listen to.”
“For seasoned plant geeks and newbies alike! I listen to several gardening podcasts and this one is my favorite! The hosts know their stuff — it’s clear they have many years of hands-on experience, and they are adept at sharing worthwhile tips with the rest of us. They have a great dynamic, with Ellen being the foraging/plant expert and CL the ornamental/edibles expert. I love that they don’t always agree! I’ve been binging on this podcast all winter in preparation for the spring gardening season.”
“The other night my wife asked baby Sam (2) if he wanted to listen to a podcast. He said, “Oh yeah! Not Tara Brach” (a meditation podcast) “Mine want listen Plant-RAMA!” Chris G. Madison, WI
“All of the best things in one podcast! An incredibly helpful and fun podcast. Combining science, art, and eating really tasty fresh food – what could be better?? CL and Ellen are excellent hosts, both have so much to share about growing, foraging, preparing, cooking, and enjoying food/plants. For anyone interested in improving their garden, learning about growing and foraging, or just enjoy food and plants – definitely check out Plantrama!”
words and music by Rebecca Jordan & Phil Galdston
Recorded by Rebecca Jordan
Produced by Phil Galdston
From the album “Asphalt Heart”
Available on iTunes
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