A weekly podcast about edible gardening.
Episode 108: Garden Beets with Kellie Phelan
Kellie's back as a special co-host for this last episode of the 2019 season and it's all about growing, harvesting and cooking with beets!
Find photos, links to Kellie's business, and more in the show notes for this episode: www.seattleurbanfarmco.com/blog/
Episode 107: Harvesting For Quality and Production with Colin McCrate
Learning proper harvest timing and technique can help increase yields and ensure you get the best tasting produce from your garden. In this episode, Hilary and Colin talk harvesting methodology. They break down the techniques into five categories to help you make the most of your bounty.
Find photos, links to Colin's books, and more in the show notes for this episode: www.seattleurbanfarmco.com/blog/
Episode 106: Vegetable Gardening Wisdom with Kelly Smith Trimble
Hilary and Kelly Smith Trimble discuss Kelly's new book, Vegetable Gardening Wisdom; and share simple words of advice and practical inspiration for getting most out of your vegetable garden!
Find photos, links to Kelly's book, and more in the show notes for this episode: http://www.seattleurbanfarmco.com/blog/
Episode 105: Straw Bale Gardening with Craig LeHoullier
Turns out gardening in straw bales might be the least expensive and most effective way to create a season-long container garden! Hilary and Craig LeHoullier discuss what a straw bale garden is and how to set one up!
Find photos, links to Craig's projects, and more in the show notes for this episode: http://www.seattleurbanfarmco.com/blog/
Episode 104: Growing Tomatoes (Re-release)
Tomatoes are probably the most popular garden vegetable, and for good reason; they're versatile, highly productive, and produce fruits that are far superior to any you can buy at the grocery store. In this episode we'll discuss tips for choosing and the best tomato for your space and needs and how to plant tomatoes.
Episode 103: Tomatoes with Emma Biggs
Emma Biggs talks with Hilary about the techniques she uses to grow 133 varieties of tomatoes, from seed to harvest, on her family’s urban lot in Toronto, Canada.
Find photos, links to Emma's work, and more in the show notes for this episode: http://www.seattleurbanfarmco.com/blog/
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I love this podcast! As a first time gardener I’ve learned so much, and I’ve even been inspired to build two more raised beds. I also bought their book, High Yield Vegetable Gardening, and it’s been a great reference.
Great podcast with lots of practical advice. Even if you do not live in the northwest, this podcast is super helpful.
It is really is like an encyclopedia.
This podcast is such a great resource for both seasonal and crop-specific vegetable garden knowledge. It’s thorough, interesting, and practical.