Transplanting, End of Summer Plant Sales, and Cinnamon Fungicide

Transplanting, End of Summer Plant Sales, and Cinnamon Fungicide

Ep 096 – an you move plants now, in the summer? Is it smart to buy end of summer sale plants? Would you like the Earthkind Mosquito repellant? Could cinnamon be used for fungus control by putting it into the soil? These are the questions that C.L. and Ellen consider and answer in today’s episode.

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Painted Rocks, Powdery Mildew and Cannabis Flowering

Painted Rocks, Powdery Mildew and Cannabis Flowering

Ep 094 – Ellen and C.L. start this episode out by discussing painted rocks. Are you painting them this summer? Are your kids painting on rocks? Do you love finding a rock with a message on it when you go to the beach or woods, or do you hate this practice? Next we talk about powdery mildew: what it is and when to treat or ignore. We end by answering a question about bringing cannabis into bud.

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Summer Cocktails, Summer Pruning and Summer Storm Damage

Summer Cocktails, Summer Pruning and Summer Storm Damage

Ep 093 – After C.L. and Ellen discuss hailstorms, summer pruning and landscape fabric you’ll be ready to just relax with a summer cocktail and consider foraging. Ellen gives a recipe for a “Bear Bait” cocktail that contains milkweed, and C.L. encourages listeners to use other herbs instead of mint in a traditional drink.

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Roasting Summer Harvests, Mothballs and Bacteria

Roasting Summer Harvests, Mothballs and Bacteria

Ep 091 – We start this episode with information about roasting vegetables, and C.L. claims that roasted garden green beans taste as good as French fries. We then go on to trash the idea that mothballs can be used to repel animals in the garden, and talk about bacteria…the good, the bad, and the ugly. The episode ends with Chelsea’s question about growing plants in clay.

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Fireworks, Pesto and Harvesting Garlic

Fireworks, Pesto and Harvesting Garlic

Ep 090 – Ellen and C.L. ignite the plant equivalent of fireworks in today’s episode. We revisit how pesto doesn’t have to be made only from basil, talk about harvesting garlic, and answer Vincent’s question about wildflower gardens.

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Radishes, Duct Tape, and Marauding Mint

Radishes, Duct Tape, and Marauding Mint

Ep 087 – Radishes, Duct Tape, and Marauding Mint. C.L. and Ellen debate whether duct tape can be used to fix broken branches, discuss radishes, help a listener deal with a garden thug that’s disguised as a popular herb, and talk about the importance of mycorrhizae.

:30 radishes and milkweed
4:38 duct tape
8:37 mycorrhizae
19:49 lawn full of mint

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