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Mary Lennox is a spoiled, middle-class, self-centred child who has been recently orphaned. She is accepted into the quiet and remote country house of an uncle, who has almost completely withdrawn into himself after the death of his wife. Mary gradually becomes drawn into the hidden side of the house: why does she hear the crying of a unseen child? Why is there an overgrown, walled garden, its door long locked? (Summary by Peter)
 
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 ...
 
Ben Connor is a gambler who knows horses. He goes out west to get away from the gambling life he has been leading in New York. There he discovers a breed of grey horses that he thinks are the best horses he has ever seen. The problem is that these horses are bred in a secret valley known as the Garden of Eden and that outsiders are not welcome there. Connor sees these horses as a means of getting rich on the race tracks, but how to get one is a problem.A great horse story coupled with the ty ...
 
Have you ever dreamt of starting a farm or homesteading? Do you love foraging for wild edibles? Is your perfect afternoon spent drifting downriver, fishing for that nights dinner? Or do love to spend a crisp fall morning hunting for wild game to share with your family? Or perhaps you spend all your free time digging in your garden, collecting herbs, vegetables, and fruits to enjoy. Homesteady is a show that focuses on living a more sustainable life. We talk about all the ways a modern Homest ...
 
Are you ready to be converted to living a gardening life? Each week, join Carol Michel and Dee Nash, both passionate gardeners, authors, and long-time bloggers, as they chat over the garden fence about flowers, veggies, and all the best dirt on gardening. Carol and Dee have the audacity to call themselves gardenangelists, evangelists for gardening, and want everyone to dig in the dirt, sow a few seeds, and enjoy the simple pleasures and even a few pitfalls of a gardening life. If you are rea ...
 
When it comes to your health, it's important to get your information from a source you can trust. Every Friday, join Ed Jones as he uses over 40 years of experience in the natural health industry and discusses how to take control of your own health through supplementation, diet and nutrition. Whether you're new to the natural health arena or a seasoned veteran, this is your trusted source for natural health. We believe that the body has the ability to heal itself!
 
I have a deep belief that all lasting change begins on the inside and works its way out. I believe that lasting success is a combination of doing the deep personal work and having a business philosophy that is in alignment with your core values. I believe that, ultimately, the business that will give you the most joy and profitability is the one that is based on referrals and repeat business. I believe that becoming a referable person may be one of the most rewarding and challenging quests t ...
 
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Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Because we’re right in the middle of the holiday season, we decided it might be a good idea to give this episode another play. You likely are sorting through leftovers, including those delectable treats many of us only get once a year. With Christmas and New Years on the horizon, we wanted to share a few ways to help sa…
 
This week, Carol and Dee discuss two gardening trends, monochromatic gardens, and growing food, plus they discuss hydrangeas, blue spruces, and what they plan to do in and out of their gardens this week. Helpful Links include: Carol wrote a blog post for Thanksgiving about a little bunny named Thumper. Dee wrote about blue flowers in her latest new…
 
Dee and Carol discuss Christmas tree options, why they don't grow celery, plus a hint of garden trends. Helpful Links: University of Illinois Extension Christmas Tree Facts Celery and celeriac seeds (if you want to try to grow either one) at Burpee. No Waste Kitchen Gardening, by Katie Elzer-Peters On the Bookshelf: The Modern Cottage Garden: a Fre…
 
Dee and Carol discuss the earliest blooming shrubs, how learning how to garden is not a one season event, choosing good trees and more. Helpful Links: Early Spring Blooming Shrubs Spice Bush Ozark Witch Hazel Hybrid Witch Hazel The Garden in Autumn, by Allen Lacy. Written in 1990. Allen Bush on Garden Rant 'Hella Lacy' Aster Plant Ice Resistant Tre…
 
Dee and Carol talk about the ice storm that left Dee's garden a mess, plus scent in the garden, agrihoods, and the courage it takes to garden sometimes. Some Links: Dee's Post on "No power, but not powerless" Carol's Post on "Those Autumn Crocuses!" The Scentual Garden: Exploring the World of Botanical Plants, by Ken Druse and Botanical Photographs…
 
Carol and Dee discuss scary stuff about gardening and calm all your fears, whether it is a fear of deadheading or of spiders or of killing your plants. Helpful Links: Digz Gloves at Home Depot The Sneeboer Rockery Trowel Carol uses to plant small bulbs in her lawn from Garden Tool Company TED Talk on spiders and silk by Cheryl Y Hayashi An article …
 
Carol and Dee talk about cosmos flowers, ornamental peppers, books, calendars, and accept new garden commissions. Some helpful links: Dee's most recent newsletter Carol's most recent newsletter Cosmos flower seeds from Botanical Interests Article on cosmos flowers Ornamental Pepper Guide All-America Selections On the Bookshelf: A History of Zinnias…
 
Dee and Carol talk about yellow mums, fall-blooming crocuses, leftover peppers and more on this week's episode. Some helpful links: Carol's blog post on growing figs. Dee's blog post to taking cuttings of your favorite plants. Saffron Crocus at American Meadows Floret Flowers website On the Bookshelf: Uprooted: a gardener reflects on beginning agai…
 
Homesteaders are more powerful in numbers. From the earliest days of the homestead movement there have always been power in numbers. So how can you build your own homestead community? Join Nichole Sauce from the Living Free in Tennessee Podcast and myself as we discuss how to (and why to) build a Homestead Focused Community! NICHOLES PODCAST - http…
 
This week, Carol and Dee talk about big, woody vines, both native and introduced and why you should be careful planting them. They also discuss overwintering vegetable plants, landscape fabric and more. Some links: Dee's Post - Pelargoniums on the move Carol's Post - Beware of the Big, Woody Vines Trumpet vine? Just say no to trumpet vine. 10 nativ…
 
What do you need to get started beekeeping? Why should you bring bees to your homestead in the first place? Find out in this episode of the Homesteady Podcast. Checkout the Honeystead here - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCB2BKzY2HgpTEgYeba78KHA Sign up to our email list so you don't miss any of our videos here - https://www.thisishomesteady.com/…
 
Today, Dee and Carol discuss money spent on gardens and how even if you don't have a lot of money, you can still learn from those who do. Clematis recta 'Serious Black' at Brushwood Nursery Helianthus helianthoides 'Loraine Sunshine' at Monrovia Nursery 'Bartzella' Itoh Peony at American Meadows On the Bookshelf: Private Gardens of Santa Barbara: T…
 
Dee and Carol celebrate their 100th podcast episode by talking about some lessons they've learned from the garden. Helpful links: Asters from American Meadows 'Frizzle Sizzle' pansy seeds from Swallowtail Garden Seeds 'Provider' Green Beans from Burpee and Botanical Interests On the Bookshelf: Edible Spots & Pots, by Stacey Hirvela Email us at TheG…
 
Dee and Carol talk about favorite fall blooming flowers for meadow gardens, growing grains in the vegetable garden and remind everyone it is time to bring houseplants indoors. Helpful Links include: Carol's Bloom Day Post Dee's Bloom Day Post American Meadows, a good source for fall blooming flowers for meadows and other gardens. Broom Corn from Bo…
 
The pandemic we have lived through in the last few months has changed the world as we know it. Changes that society was going to see in the next decade have been sped up because of the pandemic and the associated lock downs, political unrest, and problems associated with it. No doubt, even when the current disease is long gone, the effects from thi…
 
Dee and Carol discuss picking flowers to honor and share with your kids, Glass Gem Corn, and books that inspire us. All the quotes are from Tony Hawk and the world of skateboarding. (Because we can relate anything to gardening.) Gluten-free biscuits and wildflower honey, please! 'Bright Eyes' phlox at American Meadows Glass Gem Corn at Burpee Seeds…
 
It’s obvious that our food sourcing and farming techniques are in need of a major overhaul. The ramifications of practices like monocropping and subsidizing widely used crops not only affects the land we’re taxed to care for, but also has a large impact on our overall health. When we practice biodiversity in our farming techniques the result is hea…
 
Dee and Carol channel a little Eudora Welty in the garden while discussing flowers, veggies, books, dirt, and a garden commission they've taken on. A few highlights and notes: Carol's blog post on cicada killing wasps. Flowers: Allium 'Millenium' described by MOBOT. Allium 'Millenium' for sale at High Country Gardens, Veggies: Check out Honey Tree …
 
Dee and Carol discuss roses in the updated White House rose garden and why the garden needed to be updated, plus a little bit about Bunny Mellon, and for vegetable gardeners, a shoutout to kalettes and Ron Finley. How's that for covering a lot of ground? Helpful Links: Newly planted Roses in the White House gardens include: 'John F. Kennedy' ‘Pope …
 
When it comes to iron most of us are familiar with anemia, the lack of iron in the blood. With the onslaught of processed and fortified foods found in our grocery stores today and the growing popularity of supplementation, it’s quite possible that you or somebody you know may be exceeding the recommended daily allowance and building up excess iron …
 
Dee and Carol discuss calamint, British names for common vegetables, and what to do in the vegetable garden now, all while channeling Williams Shakespeare! Some helpful links: Carol's Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day Post Dee's Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day Post Millinnium Park and the Lurie Garden as described by Garden Design Calamint available from Blues…
 
Dee and Carol tempt you to grow toad lilies and ground cherries, and read about old vegetable varieties, then pick up some good gardening magazines! Helpful Links: Dee's Bee Update Carol's Mulch Update Article on Toadlilies by Beth Botts Ground Cherry seeds from Johnny's Selected Seeds 100 Vegetables and Where They Come From, by William Woys Weaver…
 
Whether you’re planning a beach vacation and want to be confident in that new bathing suit, prepping for a body building competition, or you just want to accomplish your health goals, hitting the gym is what most people think is needed to build your best physique. The truth is much of the work is done outside of the gym and in your own home at the …
 
Dee and Carol discuss growing blackberry lilies, growing and eating tomatillos, and some new cookbooks Dee has discovered. Helpful links: Blackberry Lily Seeds from Swallowtail Garden Seeds Candy Lily Seeds from Park Seeds Our podcast episode on Surprise Lilies Tomatillo Seeds from Southern Exposure Seed Exchange or Seed Savers Exchange or Burpee. …
 
Carol and Dee discuss a variety of gardening topics including cannas, fallow ground, cover crops, Martha Stewart, and the guilt one feels about the state of the midsummer garden. Some helpful links: 'Silor Mini' cucumbers from John Scheeper's Kitchen Garden Seeds Canna Bulbs from Burpee 'Tropicanna®' Canna Bulbs from High Country Gardens 'Cleopatra…
 
Years ago when Aaron and Liz started their first farm, they had no idea it would free them from corporate life. Fast forward years later, and these once "fake farmers" are now farming full time! Through their Syman Says Farms Youtube Channel, Liz and Aaron have opened up their home and farm to help teach and inspire the next generation of farmers. …
 
As we grow older it becomes more and more important to maintain bone density and strength. While many people know that supplementation with calcium and Vitamin D3 are an important part of that effort, Vitamin K2 is often overlooked. The truth is, without Vitamin K2 we may be depositing calcium in unwanted areas and causing harm to our health. Meet …
 
This week, Carol and Dee sing the praises of Agastache, provide an update on their pepper crops, and discuss Dee's Monarch Way Station. Carol's New Fairy Garden Lemony Snicket books Flowers: Agastache at American Meadows 'Hyperion' Daylily at American Meadows Veggies: Hatch Chile Peppers Shishito Chile Pepper seeds at Botanical Interests Big Bertha…
 
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