The Grow Guide is Canada's #1 gardening podcast co-hosted by rookie grower, Maggie Wysocki and master grower, Dave Hanson. Listen in to honest conversations about seasonal gardening topics, including the trials, tribulations and successes of growing in climates where it can feel...kind of impossible.
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Back To Gardening Basics - Fundamental Tips For Indoor Winter Growing
This week, Maggie and Dave catch up after a few weeks apart. Maggie shares about her epic East Coast road trip she took in October. Dave catches Grow Guiders up on what’s going on at Sage Garden Greenhouses. This episode covers some of those basic gardening fundamentals that are key to follow during the winter months, like how often to water, light levels required for houseplants and growing food indoors. Find the full show notes with links to everything discussed here on our website.
Top Gardening Trends To Look Out For In 2022!
Today on the show, Maggie and Dave sit down to share what is going to be hot and popular in the upcoming 2022 gardening season based on what the “trend-setters,” gardening reports, the big nurseries and media are saying. They cover the boom in cut flowers, what unusual plants will be big next year, gardening hacks, the new found popularity in plants that grow underwater, and more, much more! Find links to everything discussed and photos to Maggie and Dave's fav things in our episode show notes here on our website https://bit.ly/3wPQRPw.
Listener Q&A! Growing Garlic, Ginger, Succession Planting, Sunflowers & More
We're answering YOUR questions today, covering all things Fall gardening. Every once in awhile we like to showcase what our listeners have to say. Tune in to hear from fellow Grow Guiders!
The Human Impulse to Garden with Jennifer Jewell from Cultivating Place Podcast
How we garden, why we garden, and what we mean when we garden are all questions we explore deeper in today's episode with the podcast host of Cultivating Place, Jennifer Jewell. Join us as we talk about the unique relationships gardeners have with their gardens and more on Jennifer's podcast that explores natural history and the human impulse to garden. Find the full show notes with links to everything discussed on our website https://www.thegrowguidepodcast.com
Planting Fall Flowering Bulbs in The Cold Climate Garden
If you thought Fall meant gardening season is over, think again! Now is the time to start purchasing and planning where to plant your Spring flowering bulbs. Dave walks Maggie (and you!) through the step-by-step instructions for successfully planting bulbs in your garden this Fall and having them survive the cold of Winter. Find the full show notes with links to everything discussed on our website https://www.thegrowguidepodcast.com.
Home Hydroponics and DIY Systems with Tyler Baras
Have you ever grown food using a hydroponic system? You'll want to after you hear from this week's enthusiastic guest! American horticulturalist, YouTuber and author, Tyler Baras (Farmer Tyler) joins us to share ideas for DIY hydroponic systems you can build throughout your home. Transform your kitchen, living room and even bathroom (!!) into a functional and beautiful hydroponic design. Find the full show notes with links and photos to everything discussed today on our website thegrowguidepodcast.com.
Brightening up my commute!
Rediscovered this podcast after taking a break from audiobooks on my hour commute. It’s perfect, entertaining, informative, diverse and so full of great information. I look forward to that long drive just to hear what they have to share that episode and see how I can use that info in my own gardening life.
Positively practical suggestions with amazing hosts!
Found this podcast about 3 weeks ago and have listened to >100 podcasts (some more than once)!! Topics come with timely advice, great ideas, thoughtful responses and a gentle but guiding approach. Their voices are calm and great to listen to, bringing a meditative aspect to the podcast. They are open to different gardening ideas and techniques, from both superstars and local novices. Also, very open and inclusive of all people; can tell this from podcast topics to the way they speak. Great representation of Canada!! What was a school project has turned into a Canadian standard.
Simply the best
I recently discovered grow guide and it’s been amazing. The hosts are delightful to listen to and have such a digestible way of sharing the knowledge filled episodes. Living in Canada this is exactly the podcast I needed. Most other gardening podcasts I’ve found are from California. Grow guide really let’s you know what to do in a short growing season and relieves a bit of the stress when gardening. Not only that but they’ve created a community to lean on!! Simply the best!!