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Comfort Books With Katrina Kenison - A Way to Garden With Margaret Roach November 28, 2020
You’ve heard of comfort food and oh boy, have we all been hungry for that non-stop this crazy year. But how about comfort books—whether to keep yourself company as winter takes hold or to consider for gifting? That’s today’s topic... Read More ›
Seedlinked With Bjorn Bergman - A Way to Garden With Margaret Roach November 23, 2020
What if I told you there’s a new way to shop for seed where your purchase yields not just the packets, but also educational support, and the invitation to share your feedback—to participate in a virtual seed trial essentially, citizen-science... Read More ›
Feeder Birds With Emma Greig
A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach – November 16, 2020 – Emma Greig on Feeder Birds A flock of robins visited my garden recently for a three-day long field day. By the time they decamped, I was down about 40 mature... Read More ›
Desert Island Shrubs With Ken Druse
Shrubs: I think of them as the sort of human-sized plants, and they definitely are the backbone of the garden. Ken Druse and I each have a lot of different shrubs, and I asked him the other day, “If you... Read More ›
Weed Control with Duncan Himmelman
“There’s always a weed out there, no matter when.” That’s what today’s guest, education manager Duncan Himmelman of Mt. Cuba native plant center in Delaware, said the other day to me on the phone. And that means now, even as... Read More ›
Bee Friendly Garden With Heather Holm
In a recent conversation with Doug Tallamy about ecologically minded fall cleanup, he raised the name of Heather Holm, and how some of the pollinator research she’s been part of lately is informing how he shifts his approach to... Read More ›
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Never do I miss it
Except maybe the cooking episodes-not my thing. I like the episodes with Ken Druse best. Monthly is perfect.
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!