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240. GardenRant Garden Blogger | DC Gardens | Susan Harris | Maryland

GardenRant Garden Blogger

The amazing garden writer, teacher and activist Susan Harris from GardenRant shares her passions for gardening and caring for our planet blending them with love and science. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com

Replay of 50. David Salman | Horticulturist and Xericsape Expert – Native Landscaping | Sante Fe, NM

This episode was originally published June 1, 2015 but I am replaying it because we talked about similar concepts etc on Monday’s episode with Mark Highland and I thought this would be a good fit this week. David Salman, founder and chief Horticulturist at High Country Gardens, has spent over 25 years in pursuit of better plants for eco-friendly landscapes. www.organicgardenerpodcast.com

Replay of 63: Montana Wildlife Gardener | David Schmetterling | Missoula, MT

David Schmetterling is a wildlife biologist living in Missoula Montana who has created a wildlife garden on a small city lot. Using only native plants David and his wife have created a natural landscape that is home to countless birds, butterflies, and other insects that needs no water or irrigation other then the vegetables they grow in their greenhouse and beds. This amazing interview shares David’s passion and knowledge for growing a place that is an extension of home and lifestyle that is enjoyable and sustainable! Check out his blog at the Montana Wildlife Gardener to learn more about his amazing educational garden and yard. Originally published Jul 20, 2015 www.organicgardenerpodcast.com

Episode 57: Peter Ramos | Strategic Gardening in the Suburbs | Long Island, NY

Peter Ramos has been gardening on Long Island’s temperate climate for almost 20 years, and has learned many methods for being effective and efficient with a busy family life. He’ll share successful strategies for creating healthy compost, planting perennial beds that look beautiful and enhancing the landscape and some trials and tribulations of growing trees.…