Preview Mode Links will not work in preview mode
Hi there!
 
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. 
 
I’m so honored by your support - whether it’s:
It all helps to make the show possible.  
 
If you’re here because you want to join the FREE listener community over at FB - Click to join here.
 
 
I hope you enjoy the show as much as I enjoy making it.
 
Still Growing...
 
 
 
(Jennifer Ebeling)
 
 
 

Jul 21, 2017

In today’s show, I’m continuing my three part series about the 2017 Garden Bloggers Fling held in and around Washington DC. at the end of this past June. We will be reviewing Day 2 of the 2017 Garden Bloggers Fling. On this day, we saw gardens in the suburbs of DC area, so we’ll be talking about the wonderful...


Jul 14, 2017

I am really so thrilled about today’s show. It’s the beginning of a three part series about the 2017 Garden Bloggers Fling held in and around Washington DC at the end of this past June. To start off the series, we will be reviewing Day 1 of the 2017 Garden Bloggers Fling. We’ll be sharing highlights from...


Jul 7, 2017

I am really excited about today’s show. I’m going to review a variety of ornamental grasses and provide tips on how to incorporate them into your landscape. Ornamental grasses add so much to your landscape.  They offer a diverse number of benefits to any garden: amazing structure throughout all four seasons, a...


Jun 23, 2017

Stacy Stoldt of the Chicago Botanic Garden is a rare book specialist and a true gem of information in the world of horticulture. As luck would have it, we had a fascinating chat back in November of last year.  Stacy gave me a glimpse into her work as a librarian at the Botanic Garden and we also discussed one of the...


Jun 16, 2017

Today we are going to explore the various methods to make your new garden feel much older!

Back when I first started gardening, I remember learning with a little sense of frustration the old adage about perennials - the first year they sleep, the second year they creep, and the third year they leap.  I remember...