The All Things Plants podcast is a weekly audio program from the National Gardening Association, where Dave and Trish Whitinger discuss everything interesting and new in the gardening world. Each episode features regular segments as well as occasional top 10 lists, interviews and more.
ATP Podcast #109: Working Your Land
This episode is a little different from our usual gardening topics. Today we discuss some of our thoughts and ideas of living a semi self-sufficient lifestyle, and we talk about growing animals for food.
ATP Podcast #108: Plants of the Smoky Mountains
We recently took a trip to East Tennessee to visit the Smoky Mountains National Park, and in this podcast we will discuss our thoughts about the plants that grow in the Appalachian Mountains.
ATP Podcast #106: Pruning Clematis, Some Thoughts on Herbicides, and Other Stuff
Trish shares her tips on pruning clematis, Dave shares some thoughts on untraditional non-organic herbicides, and of course we share plenty of regular folksy gardening banter! :)
ATP Podcast #105: All About Onions
How do you grow onions? What varieties should you grow? How do you care for them, harvest them, cure them, etc? In today's episode we cover all things onions.
ATP Podcast #104: The Joy of Winter Sowing
We're covered up with seeds from the recent Garden.org group seed swap, and it's time to go crazy with winter sowing! Come join in our excitement as we talk about this exciting and easy seed starting technique.
ATP Podcast #103: The Return of the Podcast
It's been a long year full of activity, especially centered around getting the National Gardening Association back on its feet. We're excited for what the new year will begin, and to get the podcast back! Enjoy the first of what will be many podcast episodes this year.
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These two (Dave and Trish) were made for made for each other. Comical, knowledgable and natural teachers.
The podcast only plays the first minute over and over.
I can only hear the first few minutes of tomato episodes and it goes back to beginning without playing entire shows! Never listen to a couple doing a garden show. They don’t know what their talking about. And amateurs at podcasting.