Garden Design magazine is relaunching it's gorgeous magazine in May of 2014 and we are going to have a conversation with it's Editor in Chief, Thad Orr. This magazine was always known for its great articles and photography and this relaunch will far exceed anything you have seen or read anywhere else.
Even in this digital age, there is a great feeling in having a magazine you can stuff in your briefcase to read durihg a break, while wating for a flight or on the train ride home from your office and read about gardening while looking at outstanding photography. This is not your typcal, this it how you plant a tree type magazine. Garden Design already has a great website which is truly a reflection of how the magazine will expand your gardening horizons.
We invite you to stop by and listen to our conversation with Thad Orr.
On this episode of the American Passenger Rail Heritage Foundation's Let's Talk Trains, we find ourselves attending the 2014 NRHS Convention located in Springdale, Arkansas. We will get updates on the events and find out what the NRHS is all about.
Gardeners in Europe have always thought that a garden is not complete without the sound and/or appearance of moving water. Water adds dynamic movement to any garden along and can range from a roaring waterfall to a bubbling pot.
Join us as we have a conversation with the Gary from Aquascape Designs which has been the leader in residential water features for decades.
Their great systems make it possible for anyone from an individual homeowner to a professional landscape contractor to create and build crystal clear water features.
You can create water features which include Koi, frogs and water lilies or simply an aquabasin with a group of bubbling basalt columns
Bowling Green, Kentucky is the next stop on the On The Road series of the American Passenger Rail Heritage Foundation's Let's Talk Trains. We will visit the Bowling Green RailPark and Museum. You will learn about the railroad of history of Bowling Green, and how they are preserving it's history.
As a direct request from many listeners requests, this time on Let's Talk Trains sponsored by the American Passenger Rail Heritage Foundaton we visit the newly opened Railfan Park in Fostoria, Ohio. We get a chance to visit with the Mayor and the people that made this park come to life. It is located on a very, very busy railroad subdivision. It sure to be a hoping show. So join us won't you?
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