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Named a "top-5 garden podcast" by The Guardian newspaper, A Way to Garden is hosted by Margaret Roach, one of America's best-known garden writers. The show, produced by NPR affiliate Robin Hood Radio, covers organic gardening, garden-to-table cooking and nature topics, featuring top experts in a lively interview format, from horticulturists, garden designers, plant breeders and nursery owners to top cookbook authors, plus bird and insect experts and more.

Customer Reviews

Educational, entertaining and inspiring

Margaret Roach is an amazing master gardener. She breaks down complicated garden tasks and horticultural know-how for us neophytes. From her blog, to her workshops, this podcast and her upcoming book, it's crazy that she thinks she's actually dropped-out. She's really just parachuted into a much more vibrant and engaging life. Looking forward to much more from this talented "gardenista extraordinaire".

Margaret is a great teacher

This podcast and Margaret's blog are so infomative in a very down to earth, easy-going way. There is something about her unpretentious style that really gives me the courage to just go for it in my garden. Thanks, Margaret!

Margaret doesnt dummy anything down

I love this podcast and the only down side is its fairly short at less than 25 minutes a week. I like the guests she has. I like the current series on seeds. She is very knowledgeable and doesnt treat us like morons. There is both the basic info but she easily weaves more complex ideas and scientific information. This is one of my top 5 gardening podcasts.