The Gardenangelists

The Gardenangelists

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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 gardeni…


Crocuses, Seed-Saving, and Sharing Nature through Books
Oct 9 • 39 min
Information on crocuses, saving seeds and two new books to help you share nature with your kids or grandkids
Flower Bulbs, Frosty Vegetables and Oh Deer!
Oct 2 • 38 min
Flower bulbs that deer and other critters don’t like, what can you grow now in the veg garden, and ways to deer proof your garden
Mums, Lettuce, and Wool Pellets!
Sep 25 • 30 min
Planting fall mums, sowing lettuce seed in the fall, and we are excited about wool pellets
Houseplants for National Indoor Plant Week
Sep 17 • 28 min
We talk about houseplants for National Indoor Plant Week!
Asters and Garlic and Some Dirt!
Sep 10 • 27 min
All about fall-blooming asters, planting and harvesting garlic, and updates on Dee and Carol
Goldenrod, Melons, Bee Books, and a Bit About Wasps
Aug 27 • 38 min
We discuss growing goldenrod and melons, plus a few books on bees.
Crapemyrtles, Fall Veggies, and Hamilton, the Musical
Aug 21 • 34 min
We discuss crapemyrtles, fall-grown vegetables, and the musical, Hamilton
Surprise Lilies, Eggplant and The Posy Book
Aug 13 • 34 min
All about surprise lilies, eggplant, and The Posy Book
Rudbeckia, Summer Gardens Harvests, and The Lifelong Gardener
Aug 6 • 36 min
Dee and Carol discuss Rudbeckias, Summer Garden Harvests and The Lifelong Gardener
Phlox, Tomato Troubles, and If You See Something, Figure Out What It Is
Jul 30 • 37 min
Growing tall phlox, dealing with tomato troubles, and use your cooperative extension service to help identify garden mysteries
Coneflowers, Dill and Fennel, and Herbalists
Jul 23 • 34 min
All about coneflowers, dill and fennel, and the mysterious world of herbalists
A Few Native Flowers, Cucumbers, and Pelargonium Theaters
Jul 16 • 36 min
We discuss two native flowers, how to grow cucumbers, and pelargonium theaters.
Sorting out Hydrangeas, Safe Mint Growing, and Telling the Bees
Jul 9 • 38 min
All about hydrangeas, how to safely grow mint, and the practice of telling the bees.
Sunflowers, Calamities, and Historic Presidential Gardens
Jul 2 • 34 min
gardening, sunflowers, Sharon lovejoy, Henry Mitchell, presidential gardens, Thomas Jefferson, garden calamities
Edible flowers, basil, and garden touring wisdom
Jun 25 • 41 min
Edible flowers, basil, and tips for touring other people’s gardens
Japanese Maples, Vacation from Your Garden, and Chipmunks
Jun 18 • 27 min
Growing Japanese Maples, leaving a vegetable garden to go on vacation, and pesky animals in the garden.
Geraniums, Figs, and Our Plant Failures
Jun 11 • 35 min
Growing geraniums of all types, growing figs in at the edge of their hardiness, and a few plants we’ve failed to grow successfully.
Everything’s Coming Up Roses!
Jun 4 • 44 min
All about growing roses, with a brief discussion about growing cabbages and learn how these two podcasters met in real life!
Peonies, Tomatoes, and the Chelsea Chop
May 28 • 46 min
Advice on growing peonies and tomatoes plus information on the Chelsea Chop.
Clematis, Aggressive vs. Invasive Plants, and It’s Not Too Late to Plant Veggies
May 21 • 40 min
All about clematis, planting later in the vegetable garden, and invasive versus aggressive plants.
How to Grow a Basic Summer Vegetable Garden
May 16 • 21 min
Learn how to grow a basic summer vegetable garden.
Ruth Stout, Salvia, Sweet Corn, and Garden Sages
May 14 • 44 min
Growing salvias and sweet corn, and talking about garden sages, people from the past who provided great gardening advice.
What do daisies, squash, and queen bees have in common?
May 7 • 34 min
Grow daisies, grow squash, and read good books about gardening and nature!
Weeding with the Gardenangelists
May 2 • 23 min
Advice, tips, and quotes for your weeding pleasure in and out of the garden
Granny’s Bonnets, Green Beans, and Great Books!
May 1 • 37 min
Learn about columbine, growing beans, and another great gardening book!
A Tribute to Petunias, Weeds, and a Balanced Ecosystem
Apr 23 • 47 min
Info on petunias, container gardening, and a balanced ecosystem in your garden.
Easter Lilies, Vegetable Transplants, and our Favorite Gardening Gloves
Apr 16 • 42 min
Information about Easter Lilies and other potted flowers, plus what to look for in vegetable transplants and gardening gloves
Snapdragons, Turnips and the Signs of Spring
Apr 9 • 38 min
Learn about growing snapdragons, turnips, and how to watch for the signs of spring
Bees, Butterflies, Blooms and Caring for Your Baby Veggies
Apr 2 • 42 min
Learn about flowers for pollinators, how to ensure success with seedlings, and recent studies linking a common herbicide to bee problems.
E21 - Daffodils and the How and Why of a Basic Vegetable Garden
Mar 26 • 42 min
Daffodils are great spring flowers and vegetable gardening is easy to do!
E20 - From Moon Planting to Monty Don.
Mar 19 • 37 min
Lawn flowers, root crops, planting by the moon phases, growing tomatoes under walnut trees.
E19 - Pansies and Peas, Violas and Tomatoes, Spring is Coming!
Mar 12 • 37 min
Spring in the garden means it is time to plant pansies and sow peas.
E18 - Gardening Under Glass: From Terrariums to Crystal Palaces.
Mar 5 • 40 min
Gardening under glass, from terrariums to crystal palaces.
The Gardenangelists Episode 17 - Caution, you’ll want to buy houseplants if you listen to this
Feb 26 • 39 min
Houseplants are hot and we have a lot of new ones to talk about!
The Gardengelists Episode 16 - Roses, broccoli and presidential gardens
Feb 19 • 37 min
Gardening inspiration from our nation’s presidents, all about roses and broccoli.
The Gardenangelists Episode 15 - For the Love of Gardening
Feb 12 • 38 min
Valentine’s Day, time for love and hearts in the garden
The Gardenangelists Episode 14 - Gardeners go to the movies
Feb 5 • 38 min
Plants in the movies!
The Gardenangelists Episode 13 - It’s all about the seeds!
Jan 29 • 34 min
Sowing seeds, storing seeds, and a great new book on vegetable gardening
The Gardenangelists Episode 12 - We love old gardening books!
Jan 22 • 32 min
A discussion of just a few favorite American garden writers of the past.
The Gardenangelists Episode 11 - Trees for you, trees for me
Jan 15 • 28 min
Spring flowering trees, fruit trees, remarkable trees, tidying up houseplants
The Gardenangelists Episode 10 - The year of… plants and gardening!
Jan 8 • 29 min
The Year of Snapdragons, Dahlias, Salvia nemerosa and pumpkins!
The Gardenangelists Episode 9 - New Year’s resolutions for gardeners
Jan 1 • 23 min
It’s a new year in the garden and Dee and Carol talk about some of their gardening plans!
The Gardenangelists Episode 8 - Christmas Day goodies for gardeners
Dec 25, 2018 • 13 min
Cut flower care, veggies for Christmas, dealing with stress by gardening
The Gardenangelists Episode 7 - You can’t have Christmas without the plants!
Dec 18, 2018 • 18 min
Legends of Christmas flowers, books on veggie gardening, and gifts we don’t want for Christmas!
The Gardenangelists Episode 6 - Gifts every gardener wants
Dec 11, 2018 • 23 min
Getting indoor plants to rebloom, buying seeds, gifts for gardeners
The Gardenangelists Episode 5 - Holidays means more plants!
Dec 4, 2018 • 19 min
Christmas plants, microgreens, and gifts for gardeners
The Gardenangelists Episode 4 - Old houseplants, new books
Nov 26, 2018 • 16 min
Old houseplants, winterizing veg gardens, The Christmas Cottontail
The Gardenangelists Episode 3 - Flowering bulbs for the holidays
Nov 19, 2018 • 11 min
Paperwhites, Thanksgiving Vegetables, and Raking Leaves for Exercise
The Gardenangelists Episode 2 - Christmas Cactus, Where art thou?
Nov 13, 2018 • 17 min
Flowers, veggies, and all the best dirt
The Gardenangelists Episode 1 - Hello, is this microphone on?
Nov 10, 2018 • 18 min
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 g…