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Summer is upon us and some are already struggling to keep their plants healthy in the heat. Internationally acclaimed rosarian and plantsman Jacques Ferare joins us to chat about plants and roses that can take the heat. He'll also offer tips on keeping your plants looking their best
ABOUT Star Roses & Plants
Over 75 years ago, Robert Pyle laid the foundation that still exists at Star® Roses and Plants today: A beautiful garden begins with exceptional plants. By establishing friendships with nurseries and hybridizers all over the world, Pyle expanded our horticultural palette. These friendships have allowed us to work with some of the world's most innovative nurseries to introduce plants that have passed the ultimate test — the rigorous and diverse American climate. We spend years evaluating, testing and caring for each plant before it even reaches you. We're confident that you'll love Star® Roses and Plants as much as we do.
Join Christine Agro as she explores the amazing lives of plants. From Darwin to modern day studies, the information in this show will have you seeing plant life in a whole new way.
This is a profound, throughtprovoking show that explores plant life and ponders our deeper connection to them.
Visit www.letnaturebeyourguide.com to view the PBS documentary What Plants Talk About and to find a link to Michael Pollen's article The Intelligent Plant.
All great additional information on this shows topic.
Interested in reading the book Christine mentions - it's What Plants Know by Daniel Chamavitz.
Plants with Benefits!
Mike The Gardener Show!
on American Preppers Radio!
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In this week's episode, Mike chats with Helen Yoest, the author of the book, Plants With Benefits: An Uninhibited Guide to the Aphrodisiac Herbs, Fruits, Flowers & Veggies in Your Garden.
Helen Yoest is an award winning freelance garden writer, scout and stylist for some of the nation's leading shelter magazines.
Her work regularly appears in Country Gardens, Better Homes and Gardens, Martha Stewart Living, Southern Living, Carolina Gardener, and many others.
In this episode, here’s what we’ll cover:
Gardening with Confidence
Plants with Benefits
Plants as an aphrodisiac
Powerful plant combinations
Historical plant data
Plant a row for the hungry
Garden writers association
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Ever wanted to grow a lush carpet of plants as a foreground in your tank?
Ever wonder what those plants in pictures are?
Join us for this episode and learn all you need to know about not only how to but also which ones to choose to get that manicured look for your tank.
Hosts Phil Bowermaster and Stephen Gordon discuss two promising, if somewhat offbeat, energy sources:
Genetically modified plants
Solar power collected in outer space
Will our future energy demands be met by trees or a huge reflective strip on the moon?
Tune in and explore.
Lightning image by Raul Heinrich.
Alex Cardinale and James Jones want to learn all about freshwater plants and tonight we have a expert in plants on the show! Our guest is Mr Russell Sakay Owner of World Aquatic Biomes Plant expert. We will discuss aqua scaping, good beginner plants, and the dos and don'ts with plants.Come learn all about Aquatic plants on the show!
Saturday November 23rd at 8pm est,7pm cst, and 5 pm pst Don Boyer will return to have a discussion on freshwater plants for your aquariums ! Ken McKeighen will be hosting this show Phil Edwards will also be joining in on the discussion to give our listeners the best recommendations out there. So please tune in and enjoy the show!
Biodiversity is something that clearly affects all species. Everything is connected to each other regardless of whether or not it is on a large or small scale. Sometimes the way we garden can actually improve our landscape and at times, can be disastrous. Such is the case with the introduction of invasive species such as Kudzu, Purple loosestrife, etc. Nevertheless, there are choices we can make that can positively impact our landscape according to the plants we select and what we introduce into the landscape. Our choices not only affect our view of the land but can also impact animals, insects and microorganisms that are dependent upon the role of such plants. In essence, human beings have the power to sustain life or destroy it because of these choices. In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer will speak to Dr. Douglas Tallamy about his magnificent book, Bringing Nature Home which explores the impact of our choices and what we can do to sustain wildlife in our own back yard! Today’s show is brought to you by LiquidWeb.com the most reliable hosting provider with 24/7 heroic support! Listeners of today’s show will receive one hundred dollars credit towards Storm Servers, which includes Virtual Private Servers and Dedicated hosting or you can try LiquidWeb’s shared hosting for free for one month by using the coupon code: “orgview”. Please visit LiquidWeb.com and make sure you tell them that you found out about them on the show! If you are not receiving our most recent interviews, please re-subscribe to our new Official RSS feed on iTunes, Youtube or you can visit our podcast archives at www.theorganicview.com. ©2014 TheOrganicView.com. All Rights Reserved.
We get down and dirty (multiple puns intended) with Helen Yoest, author of the recently released book "Plants with Benefits". We'll talk aphrodisiacal plants, garden style, and how Helen got to where she is today.
The Fine Art of Paleontology: Evolution of Plants Monday November 11th 2013, 10 PM EST, 9 PM CST, 7 PM PST The Fine Art of Paleontology continues with another topic of study in paleontology and that is the evolution of plants. From their beginnings in the Pre-cambrian period to the different species of plant life that the science of paleontology studies in Permian Period. Mr Ken McKeighen and Mr Ken Boorman will welcome Mr Mike Sanchez from the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science to discuss this topic. For More information about this episode see: http://underthesearadioprogram.yolasite.com/fine-art-paleontology-evolution-of-plants.php http://kenmckeighen.com/fine-art-paleontology-evolution-of-plants.php http://www.nmnaturalhistory.org/ Visit The Under The Sea Radio Show Store at: http://www.cafepress.com/wmaquaculture Visit Lisa Lair's Bookstore at: http://www.lisaslairbookstore.com/ For More Information about the Under The Sea Radio Show see; www.underthesearadioshow.com
219 GreenConnect host Kathy Sipple speaks with Tacy Fletcher of Indiana Native Plant and Wildflower Society’s North Chapter. INPAWS is growing despite the end of the growing season, and the fall of shorter nights and sleeping plants…
Tacy will discuss the numerous hikes the INPAWS group led; some of what was seen and identified; friends made; and trails discovered. More of the same can be expected from INPAWS North Chapter in the upcoming year including the indoor monthly talks by invited speakers who have expertise in native plant species.
In this time of healthcare confusion and a significant rise in chronic illnes and cancer, where are we looking for our medicine; at the bottom of a pill bottle or a life altering therapy that decreases our quality of life to a place that we no longer enjoy life? Plants that grow under our feet and tree that blow in the wind are the beginnings of medicine centuries ago. So why are we so reluctant to listen to how they can help us and take the wisdom of the plant to heal us?
My guest today is David Crow, the world's foremost expert and leading speaker on Botanical Medicine and grassroots healthcare. David started in acupuncture and herbology in 1987 and has written many essays and books on the story of plants and how important they are for our health and our world. He is also the founder of Floracopeia, which provide the highest quality of essential oils.
David's work brings to light the medicinal qualities of plants, how they fit into a grassroots healthcare system and why many plants are now becoming extinct. He has lectured around the world on these topics, written books to share his vision and has created a community garden system in California called The Learning Garden. We will also be talking about his new book Plants That Heal: Essays on Botanical Medicine.
In this age of looking for 'cure's' for disease, what a novel idea that perhaps we should learn to take care of our health before a significant health crisis is so large that it takes us down.