Space: Reimagining Where We Live, Work, and Eat
During the pandemic, outdoor and indoor spaces are being reconceptualized to better suit new ways of living, working, and eating. In this episode we’ll explore the ways familiar spaces are shifting to become more hygienic, more profitable, and more accessible.
Taming Wildflowers with Miriam Goldberger
Carmen Devito is getting wild with Miriam Goldberger, author of Taming Wildflowers, on this week's edition of We Dig Plants! Tune into this week's edition of the program to learn how Miriam became interested in wildflowers, and how she learned that they worked well at cut flowers.
Favorite Gardening Books of 2013
On the final episode of 2013, Carmen Devito recaps We Dig Plants' favorite gardening books of the past year! Tune in to learn what books are great for novice gardeners and plant enthusiasts, and find out what others are best suited for horticultural experts. Interested in landscape design?
Bulbs with Brent Heath
This week on We Dig Plants, Carmen Devito is talking autumn bulbs with Brent Heath of Brent and Becky's Bulbs! Learn how Brent and Becky select uncommon bulbs from Holland to offer in their catalogue. Should tulips be treated as perennials, or should they be planted every year?
Why Grow That When You Can Grow This?
Andrew Keys is talking about regional climates and gardening with Alice Marcus Krieg on this week's episode of We Dig Plants. Andrew is the author of the new book Why Grow That When You Can Grow This?, which is about alternatives for less versatile, popular plants.