Timber Press gardening podcast

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The Timber Press gardening podcast highlights conversations with experts and authorities in the gardening world and beyond, from design to sustainability, edible to ornamental.

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http://www.timberpress.com/podcast/
Description
The Timber Press gardening podcast highlights conversations with experts and authorities in the gardening world and beyond, from design to sustainability, edible to ornamental.
Language
🇬🇧 English
last modified
2018-12-28 17:46
last episode published
2010-10-23 08:00
publication frequency
8.73 days
Contributors
Timber Press owner   author  
Explicit
false
Number of Episodes
49
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Categories
Science & Medicine Sports & Recreation Games & Hobbies Natural Sciences Hobbies Outdoor

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Episodes

Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
23.10.2010

Rick Darke interview, part 5 of 5 (episode #49)

Rick talks about getting away from the notion of "control" in our gardens, and why that doesn't mean not doing anything.
Timber Press author
16.10.2010

Rick Darke interview, part 4 of 5 (episode #48)

Rick notes the similarities between his co-author William Robinson and Charles Darwin, as well as the influence of other thinkers on our notion of "wild".
Timber Press author
9.10.2010

Rick Darke interview, part 3 of 5 (episode #47)

Rick discusses what's new in this edition of the 1870 book, as well as the book's connection to New York's Central Park.
Timber Press author
2.10.2010

Rick Darke interview, part 2 of 5 (episode #46)

Rick discusses the sustainability and longevity of the wild style of gardening, and the difference between mere nativism versus picking plants that work for your conditions.
Timber Press author
25.09.2010

Rick Darke interview, part 1 of 5 (episode #45)

Rick talks about the new edition of this book and how influential it's been since 1870 in terms of understanding wildness, ecology, and garden design.
Timber Press author
11.09.2010

John Greenlee interview, part 4 of 4 (episode #44)

John discusses the problems with a one-size-fits-all approach for America's many different environments, as well as our obsession with perfection.
Timber Press author
4.09.2010

John Greenlee interview, part 3 of 4 (episode #43)

John discusses the aesthetics of grass ecologies, and bringing back the local grasses that once defined our communities.
Timber Press author
28.08.2010

John Greenlee interview, part 2 of 4 (episode #42)

John continues his discussion of the negative impacts of lawns— both environmental and economic— and the many benefits of meadow gardens.
Timber Press author
21.08.2010

John Greenlee interview, part 1 of 4 (episode #41)

John talks about taking care of the planet, not just decorating it, and how his book isn't just a gardening book, but a manifesto on the American lawn.
Timber Press author
7.08.2010

Love Albrecht Howard interview, part 5 of 5 (episode #40)

Love talks about clients who want instant gratification and shares how being a designer changes her personal approach to gardening.
Timber Press author
31.07.2010

Love Albrecht Howard interview, part 4 of 5 (episode #39)

Love talks about environmental issues, her favorite landscape features, and how to find a crew you can trust.
Timber Press author
24.07.2010

Love Albrecht Howard interview, part 3 of 5 (episode #38)

Love discusses useful education and organizations for someone starting out, dealing with difficult clients, and disasters she's experienced.
Timber Press author
17.07.2010

Love Albrecht Howard interview, part 2 of 5 (episode #37)

Love shares the best and worst parts of the job and discusses how being a successful garden designer is different from being a successful gardener.
Timber Press author
10.07.2010

Love Albrecht Howard interview, part 1 of 5 (episode #36)

Love discusses how she came to be a garden designer herself, her first client, and the toughest part about starting your own business.
Timber Press author
26.06.2010

Deardorff and Wadsworth interview, part 5 of 5 (episode #35)

David and Kathryn give advice on plant placement as well as mites and nematodes.
Timber Press author
19.06.2010

Deardorff and Wadsworth interview, part 4 of 5 (episode #34)

David and Kathryn talk about the basics of pruning and improving your soil, as well as dealing with insects.
Timber Press author
12.06.2010

Deardorff and Wadsworth interview, part 3 of 5 (episode #33)

David and Kathryn discuss the most common misunderstandings people have about plants and how to fix them.
Timber Press author
5.06.2010

Deardorff and Wadsworth interview, part 2 of 5 (episode #32)

David and Kathryn talk about the many different maladies covered by their book, and why they only recommended organic solutions for them.
Timber Press author
29.05.2010

Deardorff and Wadsworth interview, part 1 of 5 (episode #31)

David and Kathryn explain how the book evolved as a system for diagnosing plant ailments step-by-step, and how it works for all plants in all places.
Timber Press author
22.05.2010

Debra Lee Baldwin interview, part 4 of 4 (episode #30)

Debra discusses the sophisticated appeal of succulents and why they're better than flowers, as well as what plants to look for and buying succulents online.
Timber Press author
15.05.2010

Debra Lee Baldwin interview, part 3 of 4 (episode #29)

Debra talks about the increasing focus on plant staging— how to choose a pot, where to get them, and where to go to see the best succulent displays.
Timber Press author
8.05.2010

Debra Lee Baldwin interview, part 2 of 4 (episode #28)

Debra talks about how easy it is to care for succulents, how to deal with a succulent that you've over-watered, and the use of succulents in green roofs and as fire-retardants.
Timber Press author
1.05.2010

Debra Lee Baldwin interview, part 1 of 4 (episode #27)

Debra explains how containers make a difference for succulents, especially in colder climates. She also discusses succulents' role in basic design concepts.
Timber Press author
24.04.2010

Val Easton interview, part 5 of 5 (episode #26)

Val reminds us not obsess over the details, trying to control everything. She also discusses what the criteria should be for your favorite plants.
Timber Press author
17.04.2010

Val Easton interview, part 4 of 5 (episode #25)

Val talks about the bane of weeding and the ultimate solution. She also discusses how organic practices actually make gardening easier.
Timber Press author
10.04.2010

Val Easton interview, part 3 of 5 (episode #24)

Val discusses succulents and hardscaping, and why native plants sometimes do— and sometimes don't— make gardening easier.
Timber Press author
3.04.2010

Val Easton interview, part 2 of 5 (episode #23)

Val talks about how lawns and edibles fit into the idea of a low-maintenance garden.
Timber Press author
27.03.2010

Val Easton interview, part 1 of 5 (episode #22)

Val explains what "low-maintenance" is and isn't, and why it's not just for beginners. She also discusses how a truly modern garden goes beyond just design to consider resources.
Timber Press author
20.03.2010

Alan Detrick interview, part 6 of 6 (episode #21)

Alan talks about photographing insects and small animals and how to make them less nervous.
Timber Press author
13.03.2010

Alan Detrick interview, part 5 of 6 (episode #20)

Alan walks us through a typical shooting scenario— considering the background, depth, and the histogram— and discusses the importance of patience.
Timber Press author
6.03.2010

Alan Detrick interview, part 4 of 6 (episode #19)

Alan talks about exposure settings and how to get them right. He also discusses why you can't fix everything in Photoshop.
Timber Press author
27.02.2010

Alan Detrick interview, part 3 of 6 (episode #18)

Alan talks about thinking in macro and finding good subjects and good light, as well as how digital compares to film.
Timber Press author
20.02.2010

Alan Detrick interview, part 2 of 6 (episode #17)

Alan talks more about equipment, including cable releases, diffusers, and reflectors, and why tripods are so useful. He also discusses what to do on those pesky windy days.
Timber Press author
13.02.2010

Alan Detrick interview, part 1 of 6 (episode #16)

Alan explains what macro photography is, what equipment you'll need— including his favorite lenses— and even how to get your family to pay for it all.
Timber Press author
30.01.2010

Sean Hogan interview, part 4 of 4 (episode #15)

Sean talks about selecting plants for your climate that'll survive the winter.
Timber Press author
23.01.2010

Sean Hogan interview, part 3 of 4 (episode #14)

Sean talks about his favorite broad-leaved evergreens and cold-hardiness.
Timber Press author
16.01.2010

Sean Hogan interview, part 2 of 4 (episode #13)

Sean talks about the range of places where broad-leaved evergreens can grow, how local climates affect zone ratings, when leaves drop and what to do with them.
Timber Press author
9.01.2010

Sean Hogan interview, part 1 of 4 (episode #12)

Sean talks about broad-leaved evergreens, what they are, and why he thinks more people should grow them.
Timber Press author
12.12.2009

Tom Fischer interview, part 2 of 2 (episode #11)

Tom talks about watering and organic practices, what do to with plants that won't grow, going beyond aesthetics, and what's going on in his personal garden.
Timber Press author
5.12.2009

Tom Fischer interview, part 1 of 2 (episode #10)

Tom talks about successful plant combinations and thinking beyond just flowers, as well as using shape to avoid boredom and where to get new plants.
Timber Press author
21.11.2009

Doug Tallamy interview, part 5 of 5 (episode #9)

Doug talks about what best to replace your lawn with, the most destructive landscaping practice, and the difference between native and invasive insects.
Timber Press author
14.11.2009

Doug Tallamy interview, part 4 of 5 (episode #8)

Doug talks about whether you can make a difference in the world by what you plant, and getting more plants into your yard.
Timber Press author
7.11.2009

Doug Tallamy interview, part 3 of 5 (episode #7)

Doug talks about what constitutes a "native" plant, the spread of invasive species, herbicides, and organic gardening.
Timber Press author
31.10.2009

Doug Tallamy interview, part 2 of 5 (episode #6)

Doug talks about which native plants give the most bang for the buck, finding a balance between native and non-native plants, and getting the biodiversity message out.
Timber Press author
24.10.2009

Doug Tallamy interview, part 1 of 5 (episode #5)

Doug talks about the crisis facing wildlife populations, how it affects us, and why insects are our friends.
Timber Press author
10.10.2009

Tracy DiSabato-Aust interview, part 4 of 4 (episode #4)

Tracy talks about fixing your soil by amending it, and the problems of over-mulching.
Timber Press author
3.10.2009

Tracy DiSabato-Aust interview, part 3 of 4 (episode #3)

Tracy talks about more of her favorite plants, and selecting the right plant for the right place.
Timber Press author
26.09.2009

Tracy DiSabato-Aust interview, part 2 of 4 (episode #2)

Tracy shares her top tips for making your garden look professional.
Timber Press author
30.08.2009

Tracy DiSabato-Aust interview, part 1 of 4 (episode #1)

Tracy talks about how to select plants, some of her favorite plants, and how to stay sane in the garden center.
Timber Press author