A WAY TO GARDEN is the horticultural incarnation of Margaret Roach
Groundcovers With Ken Druse
What the word “groundcover” means has really changed in the years Ken Druse and I have been gardening. And I’ll admit right here, some of the choices that I made to do the job of covering the ground under... Read More ›
Bird Feeding With Julie Zickefoose
One of the ways many of us have been getting through the last few months is by taking comfort in the outdoors, in all that nature and the garden has to offer—by slowing down, looking around, and connecting. One person... Read More ›
Overwinter Tropicals With Dennis Schrader
I think of them as investment plants, plants that might not be hardy where I garden, but that with a little extra work and the right strategy can be carried over year to year, even without a greenhouse or the... Read More ›
Ecological Fall Cleanup With Doug Tallamy
When I last talked to Doug Tallamy in February around the publication date of his latest book, “Nature’s Best Hope,” I didn’t want to go on and on about the advice in it about smart fall cleanup, which is... Read More ›
Uprooted Book by Page Dickey - A Way to Garden With Margaret Roach September 28 2020
The word “downsizing” was spoken more than once when Page Dickey and her husband were making plans a few years back to leave their beloved home and big old garden, called Duck Hill, in Westchester County, New York, for a... Read More ›
Houseplants With Marc Hachadourian
Who are you going to tuck in with this fall and winter, as the garden starts to rest and we are all indoors more? Do you have any hand-me-down houseplants from a relative maybe, or plants that you bought that... Read More ›
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So, so glad I discovered Margaret a few months ago. Between her N.Y. Times column and her books, I’m covered. So wishing I could get to one of her open garden days.
A pleasure to listen to.
Always informative with a great variety of guests who share their knowledges generously. I am always anticipating the next podcast. Thank you Margaret!
Love this podcast. I look forward to it every week. I’ve learned a lot about plants and much more—the wide variety of topics is great. Also I grew up in Copake but haven’t lived there for many years, so it’s lovely to hear the occasional bits of local horticultural news.