A monthly podcast where we help you get down and dirty in your garden, with timely gardening tips, information about native plants, and more! The Garden Thyme Podcast is brought to you by the University of Maryland Extension. https://extension.umd.edu/. University of Maryland Extension programs are open to all.
Episode 12: Putting Your Garden to Bed for the Winter
Hi Listener,In this month's episode, we talk about getting ready for winter. Including putting your garden to bed, caring for holiday plants (8:25), and some less known native fruits and vegetables (21:25).Native Plant of the Month: Big bluestem -...
Mini Episode - Scary Plants #2
Hi Listener, It's hard to believe that our little podcast is a whole-year-old this month. Thank you all for your support. Since Halloween is a favorite holiday of ours here is a mini-episode with three more spooky scary plants. Thank you all again! -...
Episode 12 Pumpkins and Gourds
Hi Listener,In this month's episode, we talk about all things fall. Including Chrysanthemum, some fun facts about pumpkins (10:45), and some fun varieties of gourds and pumpkins you might try growing in your garden next year (16:55). Native Plant of the...
Episode 11- Fall Lawn Care
Hi Listener,In this month's episode, we talk about planting trees and shrubs in the fall, fall lawn care (7:25), cover crops (15:25), and preparing your yard for bad weather (24:25).Here are the Virginia Extension Guide to Successful Pruning and the...
Hello Listener,In this special episode, we invited the University of Maryland Extension-Sea Grant Watershed Restoration Specialist, Jen Dindinger to talk about rain barrels, rain gardens, and stormwater management. Jen gives the how to’s on using and...
Episode 10 Fall Vegetable Gardening
Hey Listener, In this month's episode, we talk with Jon Traunfeld, Principal Agent and Program Director of the fantastic Home and Garden Information Center. Jon is our vegetable specialist, and we are so excited to have him joining us today. Garden Tips...
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Great way to learn about plants
These three lady’s have great chemistry. They know a lot about different kind of plants from your garden to native plants and weeds.