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Mar 23, 2020

Today I am speaking with Logan Fisher, he is a horticulturist and photographer living in New York City and will be speaking to me about his reflections and horticultural takeaways from spending four months in Japan. Learn more about wabi-sabi, tobi-ishi, and Logan's intrepretation of the human connectedness to nature in...


Mar 16, 2020

Today I am speaking with Mark Brownlee, the Principal Ecologist at Wildlawn in Quakertown, PA. We will be speaking about how Wildlawn is different from other lawn alternative companies, the importance of using locally sourced seeds of native plants, and why he is optimistic that the supply will meet the demand of...


Mar 9, 2020

Today we are speaking with James Brayton Hall, who is the Executive Director of the Garden Conservancy. We will be talking about the future of the conservancy, the third golden age of garden conservation we are currently experiencing, and the unique abilities of both professional and amateur gardeners alike having the...


Dec 2, 2019

Today we are speaking with Rizanino 'Riz' Reyes, he is a horticulturist, florist, and garden designer based in Seattle, WA. We will be talking about expressing interesting in gardening from a young age and what it means to empower those who work for us amongst other topics in this episode. 


Nov 25, 2019

Today we are speaking with Ann Amato. She is a horticulturist, propagator, and seedstress from Portland, Oregon. On this episode, we will be talking about inspiring seed collecting, the unique horticulture scene of Portland, and what exactly a seedstress is.