32 min

Nature is Everywhere (Even Indoors) A Few of Our Favourite Things

    • Mental Health

Thank you for listening to our first episode - we hope you enjoyed it and would genuinely appreciate any feedback (as well as suggestions for Favourite Film of the Week to stream...) at beanomeproductions@gmail.com

All credit for the music goes to Roshan Gunga. The cover art for this week's episode was created by our Expert of the Week, Lisa Ott. It is of Lisa's favourite plant... the Calithea (and you can see more of her amazing drawings over on our Instagram page).

We thought it would be helpful to summarise a couple of the top tips from Lisa Ott's priceless plant advice here:

* Always err on the side of under-watering rather than over-watering your plants. They are more likely to survive!  

* You can get a succulent collection super-cheaply by just picking up their dropped leaves and propagating them

* Put succulents close to the window so they get a lot of light, but not right up against it

* Top beginner plants are: Devil's Ivy and spider plants - they are both almost impossible to kill, show you when they are sad, and visibly revive when given water

Links:
Esther Perel on the FT's Culture Call podcast  

Missing Link on Netflix

Plans in Milan to reduce car use permanently post-lockdown 

Information on "indefatigable guide to the natural world", Mary Oliver, from The Poetry Foundation 

This was a Beanome Productions podcast

Thank you for listening to our first episode - we hope you enjoyed it and would genuinely appreciate any feedback (as well as suggestions for Favourite Film of the Week to stream...) at beanomeproductions@gmail.com

All credit for the music goes to Roshan Gunga. The cover art for this week's episode was created by our Expert of the Week, Lisa Ott. It is of Lisa's favourite plant... the Calithea (and you can see more of her amazing drawings over on our Instagram page).

We thought it would be helpful to summarise a couple of the top tips from Lisa Ott's priceless plant advice here:

* Always err on the side of under-watering rather than over-watering your plants. They are more likely to survive!  

* You can get a succulent collection super-cheaply by just picking up their dropped leaves and propagating them

* Put succulents close to the window so they get a lot of light, but not right up against it

* Top beginner plants are: Devil's Ivy and spider plants - they are both almost impossible to kill, show you when they are sad, and visibly revive when given water

Links:
Esther Perel on the FT's Culture Call podcast  

Missing Link on Netflix

Plans in Milan to reduce car use permanently post-lockdown 

Information on "indefatigable guide to the natural world", Mary Oliver, from The Poetry Foundation 

This was a Beanome Productions podcast

32 min

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