Kaye on The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener

| March 21, 2015 | Reply

Kaye on The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Podcast

Recently, I was interviewed for Joey and Holly Baird’s The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener podcast. Podcasts are the latest venture into garden programming for Joey and Holly, who, while each working at full-time jobs, grow a garden and create high quality garden videos. I hope you will check out this, their second show, where I talk about how I got started with growing food and creating Late Bloomer; what’s happening in Los Angeles with parkway food gardens; Ron Finley, L.A.’s urban guerrilla gardener; and the Heirloom Expo in Santa Rosa, California, as well as the learning experience of growing food, which is its own reward for the effort. They also cover the topics of raised bed gardening and Jerusalem Artichokes, or sunchokes.

Kaye on The The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener

Kaye on The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Podcast

Please give a listen and support Joey and Holly, who have been supporting me by watching “Late Bloomer,” and share Kaye on The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener with your friends. Who knows? Someone you share this with might be inspired to try growing their own food. And be sure to subscribe at this site and download my free ebook “10 Steps to a Great First Garden” which includes photos, links to resources and important tips for beginning gardeners, as well as a few of Kaye’s Late Bloomer Lessons, or, LBL’s, which could save you some time and effort in the garden.

Thanks for your support and please let me know what you think of the interview. Happy gardening! – Kaye

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