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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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(Jennifer Ebeling)
 
 
 

Apr 28, 2017

Have you been wanting to add edibles to your garden but feel you simply don’t have the space?  

Are you tired of having a cookie cutter property, but don't know what to add to bring excitement and a unique design esthetic to your landscape?

Over the years, I’ve naturally gravitated toward adding edibles into my own...


Apr 21, 2017

Are garden parties, garden tours, or open days on your summer calendar this year?

 

No matter the occasion, sharing your garden is a lovely, generous, and memorable gift for your guests. But, the most important question for you, as the gardener and host, is: how can you make the gift sharing of your garden life-giving...


Apr 16, 2017

I'm pretty sure I experienced a divine alignment the day I discovered Lynn Gendusa's column in the LaGrange Daily News.  I don't remember how exactly I found Lynn's column - Flipboard, Facebook, Pinterest, etc - it was not important. What stands out to me now, is how I felt reading her story about her dad's funeral. I...


Apr 14, 2017

Are you needing to find help with your garden this year? Have you ever tried to find neighbor kids or local students to help out but it doesn’t seem to work out? Over the years, I’ve worked with lots of kids in my garden. And with my upcoming surgery, I’ll be needing help again. But how can you find good helpers...


Apr 7, 2017

Are you an organic gardener? Do you use organic potting soil? Back in 2006, the idea of organic potting soil would have been an emerging area in the world of horticulture - but it was a question and a concept that Mark Highland had been thinking about for a while. Mark Highland is known as The Organic Mechanic and...