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Thank you for listening to the show. It's the perfect mix of my two passions: podcasting and gardening. They both come together to create The Still Growing Gardening Podcast and bring it to life each week. 
 
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Still Growing...
 
 
 
(Jennifer Ebeling)
 
 
 

May 19, 2018

Luke Ruggenberg is on the show today. Luke is the author of Twenty Reasons Not To Garden (And Why I Ignore Them All)
and it was that clever book title that lead me to buy Luke’s book and then track him down on Twitter and get him to be a guest on the show.  
 
Luke has worked in horticulture for quite some time....


May 11, 2018

Ethan Kauffman (pronounced cough-man) is on the show today. Ethan’s the director at Stoneleigh - America's newest public garden - and we’re talking all about this exciting addition to our nation's collection of public gardens. Plus I got the chance to talk plants with Ethan (that was exciting!) and not surprisingly,...


Apr 20, 2018

Mark Highland (SG 565), The Organic Mechanic, is back on the show today and we’re talking about Practical Organic Gardening.
 
Mark is the owner and operator of The Organic Mechanic Soil Company.  When it comes to building healthy soil, Mark is a master.  He has taught classes at Longwood GardensThe Tyler...


Mar 16, 2018

Al Zelaya is on the show today and we’re talking about the real value of trees.
 
You know the old saying, "money doesn’t grow on trees”?  
 
Well, Al Zelaya might beg to differ. He's been working on tree valuation for quite a while and he’s about to show us just how to value a tree. I think you’ll discover...


Mar 9, 2018

Michelle Balz (pronounced Balts) is on the show today and she’s the author of Composting for a New Generation: Latest Techniques for the Bin and Beyond .  
 
A long-time backyard composter with a passion for reducing our impact on the planet, Michelle offers laid-back advice for home composters in the Confessions of...