Hey listeners just an update, the original file of this had a space in the beginning for like 23 seconds… I fixed it now so if you refresh or delete and reload this should come up as episode 211 and be correct! SORRY! Another Rockstar Millennial is going to be my featured guest today to talk to us about his business Hope Innovations.ca is a new up and growing hydroponic business who has developed an indoor garden that will grow anything you wish, anytime of the year, anywhere. Does not matter the size of your place,season it is or the type of plant. It is an easy affordable system that gives anyone the opportunity to grow their own healthy chemical free food. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com
I’ve put together days 1-8 all in one nice neat place so you can listen again and start planning your 2018 garden journey. I’m going to walk you through the steps of planning your garden goals so you are growing awesome nutrient dense vegetables with the least amount of work and time. Now I’m not gonna fool you and say it’s all gonna be easy but I will say it will be worth it.
CRAIG LEHOULLIER, known as NC Tomatoman, author of the books Epic Tomatoes or Growing Vegetables in Straw Bales, the co-host of Tomatopalooza, a co-leader of the Dwarf Tomato Breeding Project, or just the odd person with a garden where the driveway used to be. He’s the tomato nut with a website, a blog, a newsletter (on occasion), and a huge tomato and pepper and eggplant collection. Craig LeHoullier – someone that heirloom tomatoes chose to help participate in their continued relevance. Today on the http://organicgardenerpodcast.com/
I’m replaying my interview with Jill Host of The Beginner’s Garden Podcast and blog Journey with Jill because she mentioned the book Epic Tomatoes by Craig LeHouiller and he’s tomorrow’s episode so I thought it would be good to play her episode too! Jill McSheehy is here from the Beginner’s Garden Podcast and the blog Journey with Jill to share her gardening expertise.And believe me she drops some golden seeds in this episode! www.orgaincgardenerpodcast.com
I thought I would republish this episode from last winter on December 22, 2016 because with the 2018 Garden Goals Challenge and I’ve been running at the gym, and I think I’m gonna sign up for the Missoula 1/2 marathon this summer I thought it would be a good interview to replay. Plus I love Denny’s vermiculture advice! Denny Krahe from Florida shares golden seeds about Vermiculture: worm composting and tasteful nutrient dense gardening from an athlete’s point of view. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com