Episode 30: The Gardener’s Partner … Tools

Episode 30: The Gardener’s Partner … Tools

We talk tools every gardener needs to get the job done in this super summer episode full of guest appearances. The sun is shining, the garden is growing, the landscape in lush and we tell you about the tools to help you maximize your time, minimize your backache and...
Episode 29: A rose is a rose is a rose

Episode 29: A rose is a rose is a rose

To prepare for the Kitsap Rose Society Rose Display at Valley Nursery on June 26, we chatted with Master Consulting Rosarian Elena Williams about selecting and growing roses in the PNW. Listen to "Episode 29: A rose is a rose is a rose" on Spreaker. You can also find...
Episode 28: Weeds are the WORST

Episode 28: Weeds are the WORST

No one is safe from weeds. This cool, wet spring has been glorious for the weeds and gardeners can’t win but we CAN make progress. This episode identifies some of the more common weeds in our region and offers advice on how limit spreading. Listen to "28: Weeds...
Episode 27: The Ephemeral Peony

Episode 27: The Ephemeral Peony

Peonies are in full bloom in Kitsap County and in this episode, we chat with Rebecca from Persephone Farm about these stunning spring bloomers. Listen to "27: The Ephemeral Peony" on Spreaker. You can also find the Podcast available on these...
Episode 26: Hype for Hydrangeas

Episode 26: Hype for Hydrangeas

Showy hydrangeas are the undeniable scene stealer of most northwest gardens – regardless of time (and money) spent curating a stunning garden, a full blooming hydrangea is always bound to get attention. Rightly so. With an abundance of variety and color, these...
Episode 25: Brad Talks Tomatoes

Episode 25: Brad Talks Tomatoes

The ultimate garden vegetable is here and ready to be planted. Tomatoes are in stock and hearty and beautiful and Vallery Nursery’s owner and tomato grower extraordinaire Brad Watts chats with us about his sure-fire strategy for home-grown love apples (that is a...