Nest In Style
By Jayme Jenkins & Teresa O'Connor
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Nest in Style is your window to the world of garden-inspired living. In each podcast episode, Jayme Jenkins and Teresa O'Connor speak with some of the nation's most respected editors, book authors, designers, foodies and garden personalities. You'll find tons of helpful gardening, cooking and design tips you can apply to your home and garden immediately... regardless of your experience level. Nest in Style podcasts are posted several times a month.
||Nest in Style on Horticulture Radio – Small Space Gardening||It's our great pleasure to announce the first episode of Nest in Style on Horticulture Radio. These special monthly reports for Horticulture Magazine feature plants, products and tools that make your time in the garden more enjoyable. -||2/14/11||Free||View In iTunes|
||021 Nest In Style: Celebrates One Year with Big News||Twelve months. 365 days. 52 weeks. However you look at it, we're pleased to announce that Nest In Style is celebrating its one-year anniversary. And it's been a very good year. - That's why co-hosts Teresa O'Connor and Jayme Jenkins are celebrating t||1/31/11||Free||View In iTunes|
||Last-Minute Holiday Gifts and Entertaining Ideas||You may be well organized. But we bet you still have a few last-minute holiday errands left to do. And who doesn't? That's why this last-minute Nest in Style podcast is just for you. Did you forget a gift for someone special? No problem.||12/23/10||Free||View In iTunes|
||Edible Landscaping – Rosalind Creasy Interview and Book Giveaway||The much-anticipated book Edible Landscaping from gardening guru Rosalind Creasy has just landed in stores. And we're pleased to announce that Rosalind sat down recently with Nest in Style co-hosts Teresa O'Connor and Jayme Jenkins to share some garden...||11/10/10||Free||View In iTunes|
||Robin Haglund Shares Pruning Tips and Favorite Fiskars Tools||Robin Haglund, a Seattle based garden designer and garden writer for Fiskars, recently shared some helpful pruning tips on our latest Nest In Style podcast episode. Click to listen! Since we ran short on time and space,||10/13/10||Free||View In iTunes|
||017 Nest In Style – Pruning Tips and Crimes Against Horticulture||To prune or not to prune, that is every gardener's question. And is fall really a good time to give your shrubs a new look? Listen to Jayme Jenkins and guest host Robin Haglund (Teresa's vacationing in Bologna, Italy!||10/7/10||Free||View In iTunes|
||016 Nest In Style – Expert Photo Tips for Garden, Outdoors||As the leaves start to change colors in much of the country, the timing couldn't be better to head outside with your camera. That's why this Nest in Style episode provides great tips from two avid photographers to help you get the best shots,||9/28/10||Free||View In iTunes|
||015 Nest In Style – Front Yard Food, Ivette Soler Interview||Is it possible to create a sexy, beautiful garden that is waterwise and earth friendly, but also has loads of edibles and ornamental plants too? Absolutely. In fact, we tell you how to do just that very thing on this Nest In Style episode. -||8/27/10||Free||View In iTunes|
||014 Nest In Style – Local Foods and Bikeloc Interview||In honor of National Farmers Week, August 1-8, 2010, we salute America's family farmers and its delicious local foods in this episode. Hear co-hosts Jayme Jenkins and Teresa O'Connor discuss the many challenges that face farmers in this country ...||8/4/10||Free||View In iTunes|
||013 Nest In Style – Canning Expert Theresa Loe Interview||Canning and preserving foods are some of America's hottest culinary trends these days. That's why Nest in Style podcast co-hosts Teresa O'Connor and Jayme Jenkins sat down recently with canning expert Theresa Loe to learn more.||7/22/10||Free||View In iTunes|
||012 Nest In Style – Save Time in the Garden & Mary Ann Newcomer Interview||Let's face it. Who doesn't feel overwhelmed by gardening sometimes? That's why co-hosts Jayme Jenkins and Teresa O'Connor discuss ways to save time in the garden, so gardening stays fun too. - In Part-Two of our "saving water" series,||7/9/10||Free||View In iTunes|
||011 Nest In Style – Lettuces, Living Walls & Debra Lee Baldwin Interview||Fresh-picked lettuces and salad greens. Dynamic growing walls. And sensational succulents of all types. These are a few topics you'll find Nest In Style co-hosts Teresa O'Connor and Jayme Jenkins discussing in this episode. -||6/18/10||Free||View In iTunes|
||010 Nest In Style – Edible Flowers & Garden Coach Interview||It's June, and the flowers are blooming wildly and smelling divine. So, we're devoting part of this podcast episode to eating flowers. After all, people have been eating edible flowers for centuries. Hear Teresa O'Connor and Jayme Jenkins discuss some..||6/3/10||Free||View In iTunes|
||009 Nest In Style – Growing Tomatoes & Susan Cohan Interview||May is here, and the sun has finally decided to stick around to nurture our gardens and warm the soil. In this podcast, I announce very exciting news. Then Teresa and I discuss growing tomatoes, or “tomatahs,” as Teresa would say in her sultry voice||5/19/10||Free||View In iTunes|
||008 Nest In Style – Feng Shui Expert Linda Binns Interview||In this Nest in Style podcast, co-host Teresa O'Connor explores the ancient art and science of Feng Shui ("fung schway") and discovers how these principles can be applied easily to your gardens today. - Hear how people are using Feng Shui in their out..||5/10/10||Free||View In iTunes|
||007 Nest In Style – San Francisco Flower & Garden Show Highlights, Part 2||Now on to part 2 of the San Francisco Flower & Garden Show Highlights. In case you missed it, listen to Part 1 to hear even more garden and design tips to use in your garden. Take a scroll through the photos while each expert talks about different a||4/8/10||Free||View In iTunes|
||006 Nest In Style – San Francisco Flower & Garden Show Highlights, Part 1||Have you ever been enchanted by a garden landscape but didn't exactly know why? Understanding basic design principles can help you make common plants come alive and create your own garden masterpieces from scratch.||4/1/10||Free||View In iTunes|
||005 Nest In Style – Starting from Seed, Heirlooms & Garden Design||Have questions about seed starting? Want to learn more about heirloom and hybrid seeds? Or, just eager to hear some great tips from a nationally recognized landscape designer? - If so, put your feet up and listen up. In this episode of Nest in Style,||3/15/10||Free||View In iTunes|
||003 Nest In Style – Part II of Gardening & Social Media||How is the traditional gardening media using Twitter, Facebook and other social media platforms to reach more gardeners? In Part Two of "The Gardening World and Social Media," Nest in Style moves beyond book publishing and garden shows to gardening ma||2/12/10||Free||View In iTunes|
||002 Nest In Style – 2010 Garden Trends, Gardening & Social Media||Spring is right around the corner. In fact, spring will be here sooner than you think ... according to the old traditional calendars. This episode reveals strange facts about the start of spring and weather predictions – and provides ideas for y||1/29/10||Free||View In iTunes|
||001 Nest In Style – Gardener Gift Ideas & Holiday Traditions||Welcome to our first Nest In Style podcast! Your hosts: Jayme Jenkins (that's me) of aHa! Modern Living and Teresa O'Connor of Seasonal Wisdom. Nest In Style will bring you the latest in home and garden trends with a twist of the past. -||12/21/09||Free||View In iTunes|
I heart Nest in Style!
I am always on the lookout for rockin' gardening podcasts. Unfortunately, most of them are about as interesting as watching paint dry. Old school AM radio types of shows...which is just not my gig. I am happy to say that NIS is NOTHING like that. They are hip, funny and entertaining with great guests and relevant topics. Check them out...they are totally awesome!
It was great to hear the interview w/Rosalind, her experience shows. I was curious about white tomatoes, I've never heard of them. But I really appreciate the advice to start small, with culinary herbs. I have just flipped thru the Baker Creek Seed catalog dreaming away so her advice is perfect for me.
Reduce Your Carbon Footprint + Beautiful Home Grown Food
Two Great Hosts, and a Perfect Garden Topic = An Inspiring Project to get us all thinking and planning for the next garden season.
Rosalind's new book is right on top of the current home edible trend. Many colorful edible varieties are now offered in the seed catalogs. Striped Beets, Easter Egg Radishes, Carrots in a rainbow of colors. purple pod beans. These things are not typically found in the average grocery. She mentions herbs such as a variegated Basil, another one that comes to mind would be the stunning tri-color Sage, very ornamental & useful. So many reasons to encorporate these edibles.
Safe clean food, pesticide free right outside your door, what more could you ask for?