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Frances Hodgson Burnett's classic children's novel is about orphaned Mary Lennox, who is sent to live with her uncle at Misslethwaite Manor in Yorkshire. Initially a sour, bad-tempered child, Mary begins to bloom under the influence of nature when she discovers a long-abandoned garden on the grounds of her uncle's estate. Burnett's novel is brought to life by LibriVox volunteers who lend their voices to her characters. (Summary by Elizabeth Klett) Cast Narrator/Martha: Elizabeth Klett Mary L ...
 
One of the most delightful and enduring classics of children's literature, The Secret Garden by Victorian author Frances Hodgson Burnett has remained a firm favorite with children the world over ever since it made its first appearance. Initially published as a serial story in 1910 in The American Magazine, it was brought out in novel form in 1911. The plot centers round Mary Lennox, a young English girl who returns to England from India, having suffered the immense trauma by losing both her ...
 
More people than ever are appreciating the importance of plants in our day to day lives. Whether it's a plant-based diet, clothes made from plants, the wellbeing qualities of plants, or simply a fun shelf of cacti and succulents! The Plant Based Podcast is about anything that can be traced back to plants… with subjects ranging from foraging for medicinal plants and baking with edible flowers, to plant-based body builders and clothes made from bamboo... This is not just another gardening podc ...
 
There’s nothing better than fresh food from your own backyard. That’s why we started Good to Grow – an online community blooming with tips and advice from master gardeners and green thumbs. We’ve sprouted to the airwaves to dig deeper into sustainable gardening in Alberta. From food and flowers to eco-friendly tips and environmental best practices, we’re speaking with local experts and enthusiasts to help you plant with confidence. Dig in, grow your passion with us, connect with likeminded A ...
 
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It’s good to be back! Here’s the first episode of series 5 of the plant based podcast, and in this episode we visit one of the biggest trial grounds in the UK. This is where brand-new plants are selected. We find out about what it takes to be a good garden plant, and get a few sneak peeks into the future of patio plants, thanks to marketing manager…
 
In the last of the wellbeing special episodes before series 5 starts, Ellen Mary chats with Dr Amir Khan, celebrity GP, bestselling author and wildlife trust ambassador (and thats just a few of his roles) - about his love of gardening and wellbeing. Find out about social prescribing, the importance of green spaces and the enjoyment found in wildlif…
 
In the final of the summer specials series for plant geeks, Michael talks about cacti and succulents. For many, these are the first plants that you grow as a child. Michael interviews Ian Thwaites, chairman of the British Cactus and Succulent Society, who has had a passion for cactus since he was a child. He talks about his career, and also the way…
 
Fresh off a hometown visit to Cleveland, Colleen brings us the story of the Cuyahoga: a river once so polluted with industrial sludge, it burned. At least thirteen times. While the largest and most damaging conflagration occurred in 1952, it was the 1969 river fire that made national headlines, thanks to Mayor Carl Stokes. As one of the first Black…
 
Summary: Fall is one of the best times to plant fruit trees. Mike Johnson of Operation Fruit Rescue Edmonton (OFRE) shares tips on growing fruit in Alberta. Topics in this episode OFRE’s public micro-orchard. How to get involved with OFRE. How to deal with apple maggots. Grow your garden knowledge even more, and connect with other Alberta gardeners…
 
Summary: Grow vegetables and plants in the smallest of spaces. Author and AMA member Sheryl Normandeau shares tips for starting a garden on your apartment balcony, patio or deck. Plus, green thumb Christine Allin offers a quick tour of her garden. Topics in this episode Small-space gardens. For more info, check out The Prairie Gardener’s Go-To for …
 
Did you know that sand from the Sahara makes its way to the Amazon Basin to help it flourish? Did you know that forest gardening in Africa helps the environment across the world? Everything is connected. In this episode of the podcast Ellen Mary talks with Lindsay Cobb from Trees for the Future about the importance of trees and educating farmers in…
 
I’m So Overwhelmed– Episode 99 Every mom has experienced it at some point or another! The feeling of being overwhelmed. Points Discussed on the Show Remove ⁃ Step away ⁃ Go outside ⁃ Kids feel it too ⁃ Take a break Reflect ⁃ In the moment ⁃ Is it an easy fix? ⁃ Long term solutions Refresh ⁃ Cup of coffee ⁃ Quiet time (for mom and kids) ⁃ Go jump in…
 
In this weeks plant geek special, Michael speaks to Wim van Marrewijk, a skilled breeder who is working on some very interesting plants. One that you might recognise, is the humble snapdragon, a.k.a. Antirrhinum. There is so much more than meets the eye when it comes to this colourful plant. Wim is working hard behind the scenes to create the perfe…
 
Reduce food waste with Home Harvest, a new program for Edmonton and Calgary. Volunteers will pick the fruit and vegetables in your garden, then donate at least half of the harvested food to a local service agency. Coordinator Garnet Borch offers details. Plus, green thumb Terry Jones shares her love of mindful gardening. Topics in this episode How …
 
At long last, here's the second installment of our bee-stravaganza. Leah interviews beekeeper Tara Chapman, owner of Two Hives Honey, about the intricate connection between bees, plants, and weather. Then, your hosts discuss how to be a good steward to honeybees--and native bees and other pollinators as well. Even if you're not a beekeeper, there a…
 
In this special wellbeing episode, Ellen Mary chats with the RHS wellbeing fellow, Dr Lauriane Chalmin-Pui who leads a research programme on the influence of gardens and gardening on health and wellbeing. During this episode Lauriane explains what 'dose gardening' is, what the key findings were in the recent research and what the future holds for g…
 
It’s August—time to start enjoying the fresh fruit and vegetables from your garden. Get the most out of your harvest with these tips from Rob Sproule of Salisbury Greenhouse in Sherwood Park. He also shares tips to get your garden ready for the colder months. Plus, a young gardener and her Monstera. Topics in this episode When should you harvest yo…
 
Why All The Drama: Embracing Creativity– Episode 98 Help your kids find their passion in creativity. Sometimes, you accidentally fall into your passion! Encourage your kids to try new things, it just might be something they love! “Creativity doesn’t wait for that perfect moment. It fashions its own perfect moments out of ordinary ones.” — Bruce Gar…
 
In this weeks special, Michael visits the Kerley family, just outside Cambridge, who are specialist in breeding Petunias. He learns all about how they are made, how the fragrances can be different, and what petunias need to grow well, and flower longer, EVEN when it rains! The Plant Based Podcast: www.theplantbasedpodcast.net Instagram Twitter Face…
 
How to attract good bugs to your garden while discouraging the ones that will harm your food and flowers. Horticulturist and HGTV host Donna Balzer offers her tips. Plus, gardener Janene Wagner shops for petunias in Sherwood Park. Topics in this episode: Beneficial bugs. Red lily beetles. If you have an infestation, you can report it here as part o…
 
In the second of eight special episodes of the podcast between series 4 and 5, Ellen Mary chats with Ashley Edwards, Head Gardener at Horatios Garden, a charity that creates and cares for therapeutic gardens in NHS spinal injury centres. With gardens based around the UK, Ashley tells us why they are so important and about the difference plants make…
 
Help grow a new generation of green thumbs. Get your child(ren) interested in gardening with these tips from consultant and educator Claudia Bolli. Plus, gardener Alana Dahlen discusses her ongoing battles with red lily beetles. Topics in this episode: Sustainable Food Edmonton, a non-profit group dedicated to building community through urban agric…
 
In the first of our summer specials, Michael visits Sweet Pea aficionado Phil, and comes away feeling confident enough to grow the best Sweet Peas of his life! Together, they discuss the history, the breeding, the complexity of the fragrance, and give plenty of growing tips. It’s all about feed, deep pots, and tons of hydration. If Sweet Peas are y…
 
S2: Ep12 True Choice and True Desire with Gunther Mueller Victims of abuse get so dominated by their past and have a very hard time find what they truly desire. Victims can get stuck in their victim story and struggle reprogramming their thought process and reframing how they seem themselves. Most of us really struggle to figure out what we truly d…
 
Summer Reading List: 2021 Edition– Episode 97 Summer is the perfect time to settle in with a good book. We have some great suggestions for your kids and you! Because reading is not just for kids! Grab a book, a bottle sunblock and head out to the water! Authors Mentioned on the show: Ginny Yurich Tricia Goyer Jenny L. Cote Chuck Black Realm Makers …
 
Canadian Music Hall of Fame inductee Jann Arden shares her love of gardening—and connecting with Mother Earth. Plus, green thumb David Kahane talks about his Edmonton food forest. Topics in this episode: Kohlrabi, also known as German turnip. Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge and the Teachings of Plants by Robin Wall Kimm…
 
Enter the hive with us for another classic critter topic: BEES! We recorded so much on bees that we have to split this bee-nanza into a two-parter! In part one, Leah suits up for a tour at Two Hives Honey in Manor, Texas, and investigates honeybee ecology. In part two, we’ll focus on how, as a gardener, you can support our honey-making friends (alo…
 
The fourth series of the Plant Based Podcast is coming to an end (boo!), so for the final episode, Michael and Ellen are joined by author and illustrator, Katie Vaz, to reflect on their best and worst plant memories! Katie talks about her upbringing, from growing up surrounded by nature to her long-lasting love of plants and gardening. She also rev…
 
With a 250-year heritage, Erddig Hall offers a beautiful 1,200 acres of garden, lawns and greenery – all of which is looked after by one man, Glynn Smith! With such a rich history and stunning surroundings, Michael and Ellen sit down with Glynn, the Head Gardener at Erddig, to talk all things lawns! In part one, Glynn shares some insight into his h…
 
Alberta is home to a range of different growing zones. Stettler horticulturist Robert Spencer explains the differences between the zones and offers advice on what vegetables and fruits we can grow in our province. Plus, Niko Palmer shares a story about her community garden in Edmonton. Topics in this episode: Growing zones. Here’s a map of Alberta’…
 
What first began as a growing mountain of landfill, that could be seen from Matthew Mead’s classroom, has since transformed into a passion to change the construction industry. Matthew Mead, founder and CEO of Hempitecture, sits down with Michael and Ellen - all the way from Sun Valley, Idaho - to discuss how plants have created the next best buildi…
 
S2: Ep11 Restoring Your Faith After Abuse with Dr. Brian Russell Abuse is used to devalue and suppress our true self (our divine self) and keeps us disconnected from our own inner knowing and intuition. Dr. Brian Russell joins Maegan in the garden to discuss the spiritual journey survivors of abuse take and finding their true connection with themse…
 
Plan Your Year– Episode 96 Join FPEA Chairman Suzanne Nunn and Sharon Rice for this episode where we discuss tips and thoughts on planning your homeschool year. Top priorities ⁃ Create a plan to plan ⁃ Implementing change ⁃ Creating routines Choosing the constants ⁃ Weekly things (play dates; family dinners/game nights; meal planning/prep) ⁃ Sports…
 
Maintaining healthy soil is fundamental for growing food and flowers. Chelsie Anderson, owner of Chelsie’s Garden Soil-utions, dishes the dirt on soil amendments and how to help your garden thrive. Plus, Elyse Abma-Bouma shares a story about her balcony garden. Topics in this episode: Worm castings. Read more about worms and soil microbes on Chelsi…
 
In this bonus podcast episode, Michael and Ellen talk through a photo tour of their day at the Royal Horticultural Society’s hotly anticipated Hampton Court Garden Festival! The show is open from 6th to 11th July but your podcast hosts got exclusive access on press day. From stunning Orchids to a house of Hostas, beautiful to the controversial show…
 
In this weeks plant based podcast episode it's the news round up with Michael Perry and Ellen Mary. Find out what the latest horticultural news is from winners of the plant awards, new species, to the joy of flower shows plus mushrooms and microgreens in Chiswick. There's a news extra as well where Michael and Ellen discuss the news amongst many ot…
 
Last summer, CaraLee Epp and her husband Jeff challenged each other to a friendly gardening contest. Who ended up growing the most vegetables in their Edmonton backyard? Plus, avid gardener Robyn Couture shares a story about some special peonies. Topics in this episode: Making your own herb butter. Here’s a recipe for butter with shallots, mustard,…
 
S2: Ep10 Your Support System in Trauma with Roger Butts Trauma is so hard for people to understand. Especially those who have never experienced the same trauma. How much do you want to “give advice” or “tell” someone what to do even though you have no point of reference of the person you’re giving advice to? How about listening and giving your own …
 
Lynn Ferguson brings some LA sunshine to the Plant Based Podcast this week as she sits down with Michael and Ellen to chat all things hay bales, chickens and the challenges of growing vegetables in the American climate. In part one, Lynn - a performer, comedy writer and actress – reflects on the highlights of her career, including her well-known ro…
 
When American gardeners hear the word espalier, we tend to imagine installations in the formal French style: hoity-toity, high-maintenance, and baroquely decorative. Yet the ancient technique of training trees flat on a wall or frame has its roots in space-saving, yield-boosting practicality. In this episode, Colleen argues that this charming art o…
 
In this weeks plant based podcast episode it's the news round up with Michael Perry and Ellen Mary. Find out what the latest horticultural news is from rare orchids thought extinct, to garden shows, royal roses and gardening for wellbeing. There's a news extra as well where Michael and Ellen discuss the news amongst many other plant related gossip!…
 
Join Michael and Ellen for another episode of the Plant Based Podcast where they talk to TV presenter and fresh produce importer, Chris Bavin! In part one, Chris talks about his journey with fresh produce, from importing and selling flowers and plants at 16 to growing up with his gardening enthusiast Dad. He also talks about his past project, The N…
 
In this weeks news round up Michael and Ellen have pulled together all the horticultural happenings to keep you updated. From a bra fitting shed to a whole lot of caterpillars and awards for Howard Nurseries and a discussion about brown lawns. Would you let yours burn? Not forgetting the news extra when Ellen tries to keep Michael on track but he's…
 
Hey ya'll, check out this new episode of Leah's other podcast, Hothouse. We'll be back to our regularly scheduled Horticulturati programming soon. For now, welcome to Hothouse Season 2! If you follow any flower farmers on Instagram, the romance may be all too tempting: picture yourself quitting the city, fixing up an old farmhouse, and spending you…
 
With enough tomato trees to cover the length of over 11 football pitches, the team at Sterling Suffolk are putting Suffolk on the map as being a major producer of tomatoes. After experiencing so much success in just a few short years, Michael and Ellen sit down with Horticultural Director, Richard Lewis, to discuss Sterling Suffolk’s approach to to…
 
It’s the news round up on this weeks plant based podcast with Michael Perry and Ellen Mary as hosts. Find out what has been happening in the world of horticulture from new gardening books to growing plants on Mars, plus a news 'extra' where Michael and Ellen discuss and give their own opinions about the news and a whole lot of other chat. In his ep…
 
In this week’s episode of the Plant Based Podcast Michael and Ellen sit down with television presenter, Nicki Chapman, to discuss her career all the way up to presenting the Chelsea Flower Show! In part one, Nicki reflects on her incredibly successful career in the music industry, from landing her first job on Pop Stars to travelling the world with…
 
S2: Ep9 Your Present Moment Choices are Tomorrows Outcomes with John Davis In the garden, today is John Davis. John brings his knowledge to empower people through change and looking at the patterns in their life that have held them back. John uses his “Five 5 F Protocols” to assist people through change and looking at the inner fears that are holdi…
 
Chestnuts roasting in an ideological fire! Colleen shares the history of Castanea dentata, a once ubiquitous, now virtually extinct species that has become an unlikely sticking point in the controversy over genetically modified organisms. But first, we talk about late season burnout, and COLLEEN’S FORTHCOMING BOOK! (Stay tuned for news about book r…
 
S2: Ep8 You Have the Power with Christian de la Huerta Joining Maegan in the garden today is Christian de la Huerta. Christian and Maegan take a deep dive into the soul and find the power from within. So many survivors of Narcissistic abuse feel stuck in their abusive relationships and feel they have lost their power. It takes a paradigm shift to c…
 
It’s the news round up on this weeks plant based podcast with Michael Perry and Ellen Mary as hosts. Find out what has been happening in the world of horticulture from Cherry Trees to plants stealing genes, plus a news 'extra' where Michael and Ellen discuss and give their own opinions about the news. In his episode, hear about Hydrangea tea and sn…
 
The Secrets of Gardens– Episode 95 Join FPEA Chairman Suzanne Nunn and Sharon Rice for this episode where we discuss the secrets of gardens. Looking back at childhood memories and what makes gardens special to us. We have some ideas on what you can do to introduce the magic of flower gardens to your kids. Find us on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest a…
 
What do you think of bedding begonias? Old granny plants or funky and individual? In this weeks episode, Michael is sent off to Germany (by Skype) to speak to the begonia experts, Benary! They discuss what it takes to breed a new variety of Begonia, and we get a few tips on how to grow them too! Also in this episode, your vegetable problems solved …
 
It’s the news round up on this weeks plant based podcast with Michael Perry and Ellen Mary as hosts. Find out what has been happening in the world of horticulture from Plymouth to Rome plus a news 'extra' where Michael and Ellen discuss and give their own opinions about the news. In his episode, hear about sea grass meadows, door mice and plant bas…
 
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