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Garden Confidential is a podcast of stories at the intersection of people and plants. Host Andrew Keys brings to light the comedy and drama in how plants affect us all in a monthly show of interviews and audio essays from Fine Gardening magazine.
||Sense of Place||The French word terroir loosely translates to "sense of place," and it's usually used to describe all the cultural factors that make an agricultural crop what it is. I talk to Jeff McBride of Benziger Family Winery about how terroir affects wine, and auth||31/7/2013||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||A Plant Walks Into a Bar||Ever consider what it takes to make that tall, cool beverage you're drinking right now? In this episode, I talk to Amy Stewart, author of The Drunken Botanist, and bartender Sean Frederick about how plants probably have a hand (or a leaf) in the creation||28/3/2013||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Fire and Ice||Plants find amazing ways to endure in extreme circumstances. In this episode, I talk to Darryl Seidel, hydroponics manager at Australia's Davis Station in Antarctica, and in the second half, author Debra Lee Baldwin talks about how a friend credits succul||31/1/2013||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Invasion||Just in time for winter, we've got a topic that's always hot: invasives. In today's show, we hear from Peter Del Tredici, author of the book Wild Urban Plants of the Northeast, and Amanda Thomsen and I turn heated blog comments into a dramatic reading.||4/12/2012||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||The Secret Life of Cacti||In this episode, Scott Calhoun, author of The Gardener's Guide to Cactus, talks about all the tall tales surrounding this much maligned group of prickly plants, what you might not know about them, and why we should be growing more. Plus a bonus intro abou||6/9/2012||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Natural History||Ever notice how, when you read about a plant in an encyclopedia, there's a blurb at the bottom about how it was first discovered or described? In this episode, I talk to Julie McIntosh-Shapiro of the Harvard University Herbaria, and we follow up with an a||29/6/2012||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Return to Sender||If you've been a plant geek for any length of time, odds are you've found yourself poring over a sexy catalog promising live plants by mail. This month, I talk with Tony Avent of Plant Delights Nursery to get an inside look at the sometimes dubious prospe||17/5/2012||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||X and Y, Part I||"Why don't young people garden?" I can't tell you how often I've been asked that question. In this episode, I talk to Kelly Norris and Amanda Thomsen, two Gen X/Y gardeners and authors, about the "age-old" question of gardening among our generations.||30/4/2012||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Down to Earth||Earthworms: lots and lots of them living just below your garden as you know it... If you're lucky, that is. Andrew Keys talks to author Amy Stewart about her book The Earth Moved, and the importance of earthworms.||22/3/2012||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Cabbage Patch||Where do new plants come from? In this episode, Andrew Keys talks to Dan Heims, president of Terra Nova Nurseries, and arguably one of the harbingers of Heuchera as a household name.||31/1/2012||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Tannenbaum||The Christmas tree is a holiday horticultural icon, and in this episode, we give you two slightly skewed tales of the storied evergreen. Andrew Keys talks to writer Pamela Price about a particularly Texan Tannenbaum, followed by an essay from Fine Gardeni||29/12/2011||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||A to Z||This month, we give thanks for plants from A to Z. Andrew Keys talks to the staff at Fine Gardening about the plant-y things they're thankful for, and Ray Rogers, American editor of the American Horticultural Society's A to Z Encyclopedia of Garden Plants||23/11/2011||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||A Garden to Remember||Why do we turn to gardens as memorials? Andrew Keys talks to Beth Farrell about the September 11 Memorial Garden in Sudbury, Massachusetts, and Naomi Sachs of the Therapeutic Landscapes Network||18/10/2011||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|