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Season three of the PLANTSTRONG Podcast explores those Galileo moments - when you seek the real truth about your health - and dare to see the world through a different lens. This season, we honor those courageous seekers who have paved the way for all of us. So, grab your telescope, point it towards your future, and let’s get PLANTSTRONG…together.
 
Ellen Zachos and C.L. Fornari help you discover the amazing world of plants: in the garden, in the wild, and on your plate. They show you how to grow plants successfully, how to enjoy your natural surroundings, and how to make the most of your harvest, whether it's cultivated or foraged. (Spoiler alert: they don't always agree!) You'll find three different topics in each episode, plus email questions from listeners.
 
The podcast for people who love plants—but not always the same ones. Brought to you by the editors of Fine Gardening, this fun, informative podcast tackles all things topical in gardening. You’ll listen to the insights (and arguments) of Editor-in-Chief Steve Aitken and Senior Editor Danielle Sherry as they discuss various horticultural subjects on a deeper level. You will also hear from today’s leading horticultural minds who will offer their wisdom and opinions about what you might want to ...
 
On the Plants & Rants Podcast, Johnny Vines, goes into a brief introduction on the nature and mission of this podcast. From traveling the world to maintaining indoor plants, he gives a quick glimpse of what is yet to come. Throughout this series he will shed light on his proudest moments like rescuing plants back to good health and overcoming many unforeseeable obstacles in his life. The purpose of this series is to also extend a hand of guidance in getting "out of the woods", or dark times. ...
 
In support of growing milkweed plants I am sharing the value that native milkweed has for monarch butterflies. Your host, Brad Grimm, created a website dedicated to education about milkweed. Visit GrowMilkweedPlants.com Get started taking action to find and grow milkweed. I'll warn you in advance, you may fall in love with this plant. The podcast dedicated to all things milkweed. Topics include Asclepias, Monarch butterflies, milkweed, gardening and pollinators.
 
If you're struggling with weight loss and believe eating more plants could help you reach your goals, this is the podcast for you! With a new episode airing every Sunday beginning May 2, 2021, we'll discuss all the best tips, tricks, and techniques to help you lose weight by creating a healthy lifestyle that you don't just like... but you love!
 
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À la rencontre des acteur·trice·s de la conquête végétale de la ville, des professionnel·le·s et passionné·e·s. Disponible un mercredi sur deux avec sa newsletter, Bons plants est un podcast sur l'agriculture en ville animé par Thibaut Schepman et coproduit par Binge Audio et Upian.
 
Calling all overweight plant based women! This is a podcast for FRUSTRATED vegan gal's who can’t shift the fat, all while eating a healthy vegan diet! (Yes we exist.) Weight loss doesn’t have to be a mystery, but with all the pseudo science and outright quackery online it’s hard to understand the true WHY and HOW. I’m Chelsea Cullen and I’ve lost 18kg (nearly 40 pounds) as a vegan ONCE I understood the science of weight loss, which has nothing to do with counting calories or celery juice by ...
 
We Dig Plants® brings the Culture to Horticulture. Examining our human interaction with plants via authors, industry professionals, historians, plants people, cooks, gardeners & artists and combining our 20 plus years of designing gardens, we delve into the magic, power and influence of plants within a global context and share that charm with international listeners.
 
“Plants of the Gods: Hallucinogens, Healing, Culture and Conservation” is a new and unique podcast focusing on the hallucinogenic plants and fungi whose impact on world culture and religion – and healing potential - is only now beginning to be appreciated as never before. Unlike other podcasts relating to these issues, “Plants of the Gods” is hosted by renowned ethnobotanist Dr. Mark Plotkin, a Harvard and Yale-trained scientist who has been studying the healing plants and shamans of the Ama ...
 
“Plants of the Gods: Hallucinogens, Healing, Culture and Conservation” is a new and unique podcast focusing on the hallucinogenic plants and fungi whose impact on world culture and religion – and healing potential - is only now beginning to be appreciated as never before. Unlike other podcasts relating to these issues, “Plants of the Gods” is hosted by renowned ethnobotanist Dr. Mark Plotkin, a Harvard and Yale-trained scientist who has been studying the healing plants and shamans of the Ama ...
 
Nick, Devon & an array of guest speakers discuss issues arising in the contemporary “plant medicine community” of Australia.Form a better understanding of the role psychedelic therapy is already playing in the lives of the community around you & explore challenging issues that arise in these spaces.Nick is formerly an award winning international comedian... Devon is just happy to be involved! Hopefully this podcast helps people find the support they need to integrate their experiences & beco ...
 
What techniques are used to keep crops safe from insects? What happens to tomatoes when they ripen? This selection of audio slideshows covers a broad range of topics that relate to the nature of both plants and vegetables. From touring the largest display green houses in the world at the Eden Project to genetically engineering crops for African famers, this collection of case studies reveals fascinating insights into the cutting edge work conservationists and bio-chemists are doing in the fi ...
 
Chef Kane’s Plants is a former college athlete ,turned Chef/Trainer/Nutritionist raised in the streets of Baltimore City ,Maryland .Surrounded by food deserts, homicides,racial injustice,funny politics , and endless chaos ... the Chef has lived to talk about it all and has met many amazing people along the way from pro athletes to entertainers . He hits on all topics from current news and events. To what foods can be harmful to your spirit and temple . So Sit back, pour you a glass of vegan ...
 
Finally! The show that makes healthy living not suck! So you’ll actually want to do it. And so then you’ll actually start feeling, looking and living your best. Expect two exciting types of shows. One: a light-hearted conversation with a pro who takes the HELL out of HEALTHY (be it with a smoothie, acupuncture needles, or a non-judgy style of yoga). Two: me venting or answering your questions (which you can submit on partyinmyplants.com/answermyq)! With episodes about plant-based eating, eas ...
 
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Emma Welton, a musician who lives locally to me discusses listening as a nature connection practice. How active listening can develop a deep empathic relationship with the natural world. The section on using sound to identify trees is very revealing. As well as creating soundscapes of botanical gardens and different habitats where plants grow. If y…
 
Ellen and C.L. talk about whether fertilizing is always a good thing, and they take a deep dive into the genus Rhododendron, which includes what we commonly call azaleas. Then they answer Candace’s question about whether her spouse’s pruning of the blue hydrangeas is grounds for divorce. :33 True or False: Fertilizing never hurts…right? 7:57 Eat/Dr…
 
On this weeks episode of Plants and Rants Podcast, host Johnny Vines talks about his struggle as a new small business owner with finding a routine and working from home. He explores his productivity blocks and shares ways to find creative outlets during the work day at home. With these helpful tips on tackling procrastination, discover a new fun wa…
 
Chelsea talks to Andrew Taylor who ate ONLY potatoes for 1 year. It sounds crazy and I suppose it is. Andrews story has been featured on CNN, NBC, BBC and countless others. Now Chelsea gets to talk with Andrew about the in's and out's of potatoes. To check out more on Andrew see: https://www.spudfit.com/ If you're listening and you're like, HEY, I …
 
This episode is all about the fascinating world of oak seed dispersal. Many of us have undoubtedly enjoyed watching frenzied squirrels and jays hurriedly collecting and stashing acorns. But such observations are only the tip of the extremely complex iceberg of oak seed dispersal. Join ecologist Dr. Michael Steele and me as we discuss his new book "…
 
Mark Valencia is someone you'll probably recognise from his excellent organic backyard veggie gardening YouTube channel called Self Sufficient Me, or maybe you've read some of his blog posts - he's been doing it for over a decade! We had planned to speak about backyard gardening, but we ended up having a personal chat where we speak about his journ…
 
It’s easy to get excited about the first tulip or even the first dandelion in the yard (OK—that might be a stretch). But what about those plants that don’t get all the love and attention, yet still brighten up those first few months of the gardening season? Today we’re honoring those unsung heroes of the spring garden—plants that need a better PR a…
 
SUMMARY In this week’s episode of Empowered by Plants, Emily reveals some key tips to take away today on how to gain muscle on a vegan plant-based diet. Emily breaks down a weekly workout routine and what a workout routine should look like for everyone who wants to build muscle, not just vegans. She goes over muscle sculpting, resistance training, …
 
Stats on mental illness in Australia, psilocybin, and MDMA - psychological phenomena and scientific evidence, antidepressants / SSRIs and common pharmaceutical treatments, the reinforcement of mental illness through diagnosis, destigmatizing drugs and the word "drug", the context of psychedelic psychotherapy including its set and setting, TGA updat…
 
GMP 50: National Plant A Flower Day Sarah and I sow seeds and plant plants to enhance a habitat for The Monarch Sanctuary Project. Follow The Monarch Sanctuary Project on Facebook or Follow The Monarch Sanctuary Project on Instagram Watch the video on Facebook Guest host: Sarah Koschoreck Host: Brad Grimm…
 
Rip welcomes his sister, Jane Esselstyn, back to the PLANTSTRONG Podcast. Many know Jane as a charismatic and energetic voice in the whole food, plant-based space, especially alongside her mother, Ann, in their fun YouTube Cooking Channel. What you may not know is that she is also a registered nurse who uses her charisma and passion to teach Sex Ed…
 
You might think that you know everything about wine. But if our alcohol season has taught me anything, it's that nothing is like I remember it. Made from a plant who's beginnings are much older than you might imagine, wine is a beverage we've been indulging in for thousands of years. Join us this week as we talk about wine in our season finale! Win…
 
Today we discuss garden-grown and foraged food with earthy flavors, and do a deep dive into the importance of soil temperatures for planting, soil activity, seed germination and growth rates. We end with a discussion about what you can expect from houseplants in the winter, and how to decide which plants are appropriate for an area that’s sunny in …
 
Rip heads across the pond to talk to a true plant-based gem -- Dr. Gemma Newman. Gemma is a senior partner in a family medical practice in the UK and author of the new book, “The Plant-Power Doctor - A Simple Prescription for a Healthier You.” Like many of us, Dr. Newman was stuck in all of the popular diet wars and tried them all to get rid of the…
 
On this episode of Plants and Rants Podcast, the host Johnny Vines talks about how if he was a plant he would be a Vine (Golden Marble Queen Pothos) or better known as devil’s ivy. Introducing a conversation on basic plant facts involving lighting, how to water your plants and how to identify and respond to signs of a dying houseplant. This episode…
 
Well... there are a few things that you need to hear in this episode: 1) A truck outside my house on a Sunday afternoon 2) Yup... Calorie deficit info. 3) An interesting study into the science of eating at different meal times. This point is so profound the other two pale in comparison. If you're listening and you're like, HEY, I need to get on the…
 
Cities are usually designed with only humans in mind, but that doesn't mean myriad other forms of life aren't adapting to live in these human-dominated landscapes as well. My guest today is Jasmin Green, a PhD candidate at UC Davis who is very curious about the ecological dynamics of plant communities in urban environments. From why some plants can…
 
Dr Samantha Grover is back! This time she teaches us about soil carbon including how it gets out of the air and into the ground, and why we want it there in the first place. It turns out carbon isn't evil, in fact it forms the basis of life on earth for all of us carbon-based life forms! EPISODE LINKS Here's a link to that carbon cycle diagram that…
 
If you think that pesto has to be made of basil, think again! Ellen and C.L. talk about spring pestos, how quickly plants start to photosynthesize, and discuss the pros and cons of various types of mulch. We end with a question about the best fennel to grow if you want the seeds. :34 What’s for dinner: Spring Pestos! Make pesto before the basil has…
 
This week, we’re digging into inspiration and exploring your personal limits with a major dose of true grit! In March 2019, Robbie Balenger set sail with his sneakers from Huntington Beach, California to run across America all the way to Central Park, New York in just 75 days. He was relatively new to running as well as to a PlantStrong lifestyle. …
 
Maybe you've had some of that strong sake at your local Japanese restaurant. Maybe you weren't a huge fan. But like many other alcohols we've covered, there's so much more to sake than that. It's been around for almost as long as rice and has a pretty intriuiging path to creation. Come have a drink with us as we talk about sake. Sake is primarily m…
 
On this episode of Plants and Rants Podcast, host Johnny Vines highlights the importance of putting yourself first in a selfless way. In this episode Johnny states that “if you put everyone before you, you end up last” and how pouring yourself into others leaves you empty, anxious and unfulfilled. This episode will give you the peace of mind you ne…
 
Sandy is a Lean With Plants member with a story to tell. In this episode we talk about Sandy's relationship with food. You'll get encouragement and insight from a Lean With Plants member who's seeing progress! If you're listening and you're like, HEY, I need to get on the Lean with Plant's waitlist, then don't forget to sign up below 👇 https://www.…
 
Pollination is arguably among the most important ecological processes on our planet. Entire careers have been devoted to trying to understand the countless nuances to plant pollination and yet we have only uncovered the tip of the iceberg. In this episode, we are joined by pollination ecologist, Dr. Jeff Ollerton to talk about his new book "Pollina…
 
Randal Breen is a farmer that raises beef, chickens and pigs on the same farm for a number of reasons which we discuss during our interview, as well as the importance of biodiversity, native vegetation not only to the overall ecosystem but also to an animal's health and the nutritional density of its meat. EPISODE LINKS The Echo Valley Farm website…
 
Finding interesting plants for shade can be a struggle but when you add in the desire for that plant to be a woody shrub, the list narrows even more. But these structural wonders are essential in giving our shady beds and borders depth and real presence. In this episode we feature shrubs that will tolerant a range of low-light situations. Some flow…
 
Tom Hirons is a nature based poet and storyteller. In this interview we discuss his work and how as creative humans we can all express our inherent wildness through creative and magical acts. Show notes at eatweeds.co.uk/podcastโดย Robin Harford
 
In this episode we define some terms that plant geeks toss around, and give you a recipe for figuring out what’s wrong with your houseplants. If you’ve ever wondered why fertilizer is called “plant food” or how lichen can grow on a rock or your roof, this is your podcast! :28 Plant Noob: Semi-Evergreen? Sub-shrub? 3:39 Eat/Drink/Grow: Diagnosing pr…
 
If you want to know what service and passion look like, look no further than today’s guests - Drs. Dean and Ayesha Sherzai, affectionately known as ‘Team Sherzai.’ Dean and Ayesha make a return visit to the PLANTSTRONG Podcast to dig into their new book, The 30-Day Alzheimers Solution - The Definitive Food and Lifestyle Guide to Preventing Cognitiv…
 
Summary Today, Emily is talking all about plant-based nutrition as an athlete, this topic probably has the most questions and concerns about being vegan. How can you be vegan as an athlete? Or am I already vegan? If I go vegan, am I gonna see strength loss? Am I going to lose endurance on a plant-based diet? Will I lose energy and stamina? Am I act…
 
Ah, vodka. Clearly the most malable and, I might argue, widely used distilled liquor. Born in Eastern Europe, it has spread the world to become one of the most desirable drinks around. But really, at what cost? Join us today as we figure out just what vodka's been doing in it's international travels. Vodka is world renouned for it's ability to make…
 
Have you ever felt like you’re conditioned to not be successful? Maybe because of your past failures or the pressure of perfectionism from society and social media. On this episode of Plants and Rants Podcast, host Johnny Vines opens up about his struggles with Imposter Syndrome and how to identify and conquer the constant self doubt that lingers b…
 
What do street trees and oceanic islands have in common? It turns out a lot, at least from an ecological perspective. I sit down with Dr. Robert Warren to explore questions like do street trees constitute a functioning forest or a beautiful garden? What role do humans play in the ecology of street trees? And, how do we do better for ecology in huma…
 
Too little calories leads to calorie overload. It's that simple. Well it's not actually. Jump into this episode recorded at a live Q&A where I talk about the complexity of calories. If you're listening and you're like, HEY, I need to get on the Lean with Plant's waitlist, then don't forget to sign up below 👇 https://www.chelseamae.com/LWP%202-0 📚 G…
 
Ros Gleadow is a professor of plant sciences at Monash University, President of the Global Plant Council and a board member at Eucalypt Australia, and in this episode she walks us through some of the basics of plant biology, including the 4 different types of plants, where the meristematic tissue (a.k.a. stem cells) are located, and plant reproduct…
 
C.L. and Ellen rave about green flowers, explain the difference between aggressive and invasive plants, and discuss the common belief that sunflowers poison other plants. Plus we answer Meredith’s question about why cut flowers don’t grow roots. :40 True or False: Sunflowers poison other plants 5:19 Eat/Drink/Grow: Green Flowers! 14:51 The Plant No…
 
It’s not often that a doctor is inspired to make a lifestyle change because of a patient, but this is exactly the incredible Galileo moment that Dr. Brian Asbill shares today on the PLANTSTRONG podcast. As a cardiologist for 19 years, Dr. Brian Asbill had become adept at diagnosing and treating patients with medications and procedures, a variety of…
 
Gin is an especially botanical beverage, it's major selling point boasting the use of Juniper to make for a tasty beverage. So where did it come from, and how did the famous Gin and Tonic come about? Join us today as we talk about Gin, a European beverage infused with the taste of a strange conifer. Juniper berries aren't really berries. Shocking I…
 
On this episode of Plants and Rants Podcast, host Johnny Vines goes into the meaning of confidence, the importance of ego and how to shed light on past failures. Including conversations about self awareness and conquering fear, this episode takes you on a journey to discover the seeds you need to plant today to grow towards a confident future. With…
 
A lot of detective work goes into saving plants from extinction and that is what we are discussing in this episode. Dr. Anne Frances joins us to talk about all of the plant sleuthing she does as NatureServe's lead botanist. Her work has her investigating the status of everything from single sight endemics to crop wild relatives. This episode is pro…
 
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