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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 special series called “The Neonicotinoid View”, host, June Stoyer, talks to Dr. Svetlana Stanojevic about her research on the production of natural medicines derived from plants, their effectiveness after exposure to systemic pesticides, and whether or not there are any medicinal benefits derived from plants which have been genetically modified. She will also discuss her research as to the impact of systemic pestidices on the effectiveness of propolis. Stay tuned!
Dr. Svetlana Stanojevic is from Leskovac, Serbia and graduated at the Medical Faculty, University of Nis, specializing in Medicinal Biochemistry. She is currently working at the Laboratory of Biochemical Researches in Leskovac. Dr. Stanojevic has been working in area of producing natural medicaments derived from plants for more than 20 years. She has a very successful group on Facebook called “Treatment with preparations of herbs and Propolis based on Pharmacognosy”. This group explains how different kinds of disease can be treated with natural herbs. Her natural medicaments have shown an extremely great success in healing heart diseases, skin problems, digestive problems, wounds, anemia, urinary infections, tumors, etc.
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STEVE HUTTON - President & CEO Star Roses & Plants
Steve Hutton, president and CEO of Star® Roses and Plants/Conard-Pyle, is a third-generation nurseryman. At age of 12 he had his first paying job in the industry—following a number of non-paying jobs—selling pansies that he and his brothers grew to the garden center Star® Roses and Plants/Conard-Pyle had at the time.
After graduating from Earlham College with a degree in English literature, Hutton sought practical industry experience at a number of different nursery establishments. He worked in a cut rose operation, E.G. Hill, then for a year at a foliage plant nursery, Oakdell, Inc., in Apopka, Florida. His final stop was as a trainee at the world-renowned French rose breeding operation, Meilland International.
When he returned to Star® Roses and Plants/Conard-Pyle in 1978, his first job was routing trucks during the spring shipping season. He later held positions as head of the license department, vice president of production and, finally, president of the company.
Hutton is a past president of All America Rose Selections, president of the National Association of Plant Patent Owners, member of the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society’s Gold Medal Award Committee, member of the board of The Wholesale Nursery Growers of America and member of the International Plant Propagators’ Society. Additionally, he holds board positions in several local nonprofit organizations.
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We have a special guest and friend joining us , Kenneth Kirk. Kenneth is a very knowledgable source of particular healing plants. We are excited to hear what he knows and chat about all the different types of healing plants included the taboo plant, the mary jane. Open your mind to this show, its not about what you think you know about it.
Internationally acclaimed rosarian Jacques Ferare from Star Roses & Plants joins us to chat about Drift Roses.
Drift® Roses are a cross between full-size groundcover roses and miniature roses. From the former they kept toughness, disease resistance and winter hardiness. From the miniatures, they inherited their well-managed size and repeat-blooming nature.
Continuously blooming from spring to frost (bloom cycle about every 5-6 weeks), they are naturally dwarf, with very attractive foliage. They are winter hardy to zone 4.
Drift® Roses range in size from 2-3' wide x 1 1/2' tall. The low, manageable habit of Drift® Roses makes them perfect for small gardens, hillsides, perennial beds and even awkward areas. They brighten up borders and fill in empty spaces around your favorite established plants.
Find out more about DRIFT roses at StarRoses.com
On this episode I'm excited to welcome my friend and colleague Atava Garcia Swiecicki of Ancestral Apothecary! We'll be discussing how to connect with the Earth in dreams and waking life, and also how to establish a relationship with the medicine of the plants around us every day. Talking about dreams and plants is one of my favorite things ever and Atava is a wealth of information. It will be an awesome show! Atava is a clinical herbalist, an acupressure and Jin Shin Jyutsu
Tonight's special guest is Chris Rubino of Monrovia Growers.
Chris will review exciting new cultivars, plus re-introductions of some old time favorites -- as well as the best new products throughout the industry. Learn what's trending in flowering shrubs, ornamental grasses, edibles, annuals and perennials from one of the leading growers in country.
ENVISION THIS...a culture increasingly open to exploring the botany, cultivation, history, and usage of medicinal and entheogenic plants and delving into the lore and mystery surrounding them. Our guest, Steve Rudd, is editor of Dragibus Magazine, a new quarterly print publication of articles that relate to medicinal and entheogenic plants; their cultivation, identification, historical and cultural usage, and their related compounds. The most widely known and controversial entheoge
Join our new host Susun weed as she discusses Power Plants!!!
Susun is an experienced teacher in the fields of herbal medicine ,natural healing and home remedies as well as being an author who invites you to rediscover the Wise Woman tradition.
This weeks discussion is on the magical and healing properties of : Tea Part 2
This series is meant to inspire and educate join us in our circle!!!
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