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Come along with horticulturist Daniel Fuller as we enter a hidden world of horticultural, ecological and landscape gardening knowledge with featured experts, industry professionals and enthusiasts. We inform and inspire you with weekly episodes to help you become an unstoppable plant whisperer.
 
Homegrown Horticulture podcast helps solve your gardening dilemmas with a focus on growing plants in the Intermountain West. We offer tips on everything from great heirloom tomatoes to awesome trees and shrubs for the yard that do well in our unique climate. For the latest researched based information relevant to you, listen to the Homegrown Horticulture Podcast, a production of Utah State University Extension.
 
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As demand for sustainable growing media rockets, ICL technical sales manager Sam Rivers discusses peat-free composts and what growing media products are available for production horticulture. They explore who is asking for what, the raw materials available, differences in nutrition, and other products which may need to be added to help boost plant …
 
Clive Larkman is an Aussie grower that writes for our sponsor Hort Journal Australia and really knows his herbs. Together with his wife Di, he runs Larkman Nurseries in Victoria, and he's also one of the growers for Renaissance herbs who distribute plants around the country. In this episode, Karen Smith, editor for the Journal and I interview him t…
 
Nasturtiums with Corinne Mossati Quite often we gardener have flowering plants in the garden but never think about bringing them into the kitchen to make something. They may be just fillers or self-seeders, but in this case, the nasturtium, has so many extra uses other than ornamental, you’ll be inspired to do something. Germinating Nasturtium Seed…
 
The YPHA was founded in 2020 for under 35s in the industry to better facilitate collaboration, education and innovation and to consider how the industry might evolve to appeal to a younger demographic than has previously been the case. Giving their views are YPHA members: Chris Wiley, founder of Sow Successful, Virginia Colquhoun González, nursery …
 
Angelo Eliades is an urban permaculturist that's able to harvest significant yields from his 60m2 of garden beds. In this episode, he explains how we can use the power of nature to grow more food with less land. We discuss Integrated Pest Management (IPM), companion planting, layering plants and much more. EPISODE LINKS Visit the Deep Green Permacu…
 
Therapeutic Horticulture part 2 The next part of my interview with specialist Cath Manuel, is more about how anyone interested in this field can get started plus the actual benefits for participants. Cath was asked what kind of activities she creates or devises? Cath uses basic gardening skills and/or tasks but the activity is very much person cent…
 
GARDEN AS THERAPYTherapeutic Horticulture What makes a garden therapeutic? What is therapeutic gardening? Are these two things connected or are they separate? You would think that yes gardening is therapy, so doing a bit of gardening would amount to therapeutic horticulture but you would be wrong. To understand therapeutic horticulture, you have to…
 
As a horticulturist working in the maintenance sector, I can appreciate the importance of connecting people from different sectors so we can all learn from each other. In this episode, the editor of the best and only Aussie horticultural industry magazine, Karen Smith explains why this is so important, and how Hort Journal Australia has aimed to be…
 
The Plants Grow Here podcast is one year old! We're now taking things to the next level with sponsors and guest hosting, and in this short episode we explain how we're advancing our original mission outlined in Episode 1. FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA Twitter: @PlantsGrowHere / Facebook: @PlantsGrowHerePodcast - Join our Facebook group! VISIT OUR WEBSI…
 
Part 3: The final Countdown In the last 5 years Glenice and husband Phil, have made so many improvements to the soil .A very difficult spot that experiences 40 degrees C temperatures in summer and winter temparatures below 0 and even minus 5 degrees C at times.A hard clay soil that had been compacted by heavy vehicles driving over part of it for ma…
 
Part2 Tough Garden BedIn the last 5 years Glenice and husband Phil, have made so many improvements to the soil . We used a rotary hoe to break up the soil before planting. Spread/dug through gypsum and watered in liquid gypsum Dug through premium garden soil and compost. Mulched the area with fine grade pine bark, sugar cane mulch, straw and tea tr…
 
DESIGN ELEMENTSWhen the going gets tough Many gardeners have a section of their garden that might often see plant failures year after year. They’ve tried all sorts of plants that claim to be tough as old boots, but still they fail. Glenice Buck has dealt with one such problem garden bed where she lives and this week starts a series of 3, on how she…
 
Ben Courtice is an ecologist, botanist and bush regenerator working for a company on behalf of council around the Melbourne area, and he knows native grasses. In this episode, he shares his wisdom so that we can approach this type of plant with confidence. There are a range of habitat and amenity services that our native Aussie grasses can provide,…
 
Joey Santore runs the awesome Crime Pays But Botany Doesn't YouTube channel, where he walks around describing plants in his own unique style. In this episode, he came on the show to talk about Australian plants, how they've evolved, and how they're unique compared to other plants around the world. EPISODE LINKS Start by watching Joey's Western Aust…
 
THE KITCHEN GARDENSUCCESS WITH CORIANDERScientific name: Coriandrum sativumI mentioned before that certain herbs that look alike and again I find myself talking about another herb that confuses people. Australians refer to the seeds and leaf as coriander but in the northern hemisphere, the leaf is sometimes known as 'cilantro.'Coriander is one of t…
 
SPICE IT UP SAVORY VS THYME Often there’s a couple of herbs that look alike and even have similar flavour profiles. If you had them growing together in the herb garden, you may even confuse the two because of how closely they look to each other. Thyme is the better known herb in Australia, which from the 1950's was commonly used in soups, stews, sc…
 
PLANT DOCTORFUNGUS GNATS These tiny flying things can swarm around your indoor plants but other than annoyance, are they killing your plants? Those tiny little flies that hang around your fruit bowl or indoor plants aren’t always that same thing. Sometimes they’re confused with fruit flies, or even ordinary house flies, but none of those two are co…
 
Horatio’s Garden is a national charity creating and nurturing beautiful gardens in NHS spinal injury centres. Leading landscape designers such as Cleve West, Tom Stuart-Smith, Bunny Guinness and Sarah Price are among those who have lent their talents to design the gardens. In this podcast, Dr Olivia Chapple discusses the mission and value of the ch…
 
Ben Sims is the Business Manager for Plants Grow Here, a landscape business owner and a board member for the Landscape Industry Association of Western Australia (LIAWA), and in this episode he's back to teach us about wildflowers, specifically in the massive Aussie state of WA. He helps us understand what a wildflower is and what it isn't, how they…
 
PLANT DEFICIENCIES:Imagine this scenario, you’ve fertilised your garden with all the right stuff, having followed the manufacturer’s instructions to a ‘t.’ But still the plants look sickly, or perhaps a bit yellow, or they’re just not putting on any growth. Does that sound familiar? So what’s the problem? The first thing you need to do is a pH test…
 
PLANT NUTRITION UNPACKEDMajor Nutrients Have you ever asked yourself "how do plants take up nutrients when you spread fertiliser around them on the ground or dilute it into liquid ?" It's something that we gardeners do quite a lot of, spreading fertiliser around that is, and probably don't give it a second thought until plants don't respond to all …
 
Peat-reduction is a big issue and with Defra's Peat Strategy consultation around the corner, demand for compost higher than ever, horticulture is facing a tricky transition to be peat-free by 2024. Southern Trident's Steve Harper talks about the challenge of creating products fit for the horticultural production market and persuading retail consume…
 
Ian Smith is an extension worker consulting with farmers in the basaltic plains just west of Melbourne. He did his PhD thesis on shelterbelts, so I thought I'd get him on the show to teach us about this interesting and important topic! We discuss what shelterbelts are, why farmers are "wasting" space putting them in, and how they can be important f…
 
Scientific name: Leptospermum lanigerumCommon Name: Woolly tea treeFamily: MyrtaceaeEtymology: leptos, meaning slender, and sperma, meaning seed. lanigerum, is named using the Latin word for wool-bearing, describing the silky hairy leaves and hairy buds, shoots and young capsules. Height: 3m by 3m wide Location: any soil in sun and will tolerate he…
 
pt 4 Scientific name Eryngium ovinumCommon Name: Blue Devil not the Sea Holly from norther EuropeEtymology: Eryngium refers to Sea Holly and ovinum refers to sheep-apparently sheep graze on these plants.Family: Apiaceae-carrot familyHeight/width: 60cm-1m by 60cm-1mDescription: Semi-evergreen perennial with green thistle-like foliage and unique feat…
 
pt3 Scientific Name: Westringia fruiticosaCommon Name: Coastal RosemaryFamily: Lamiaceae (mint family)Leaves: green, with a covering of short hairs giving the plant a silvery tint . Leaves are up to 2 centimetres long, narrow and pointed and set closely in whorls around the stem.Westringia 'Grey Box'Flowers: Appear in my garden from September onwar…
 
pt 2 Silver leafed plantsScientific name:Rhagodia spinescensCommon Name: Aussie flat bush; spiny saltbushFamily: ChenopodiaceaeHeight: 0.5-1.5m tall by 1.5-4metres wide.Flowers:January -April, tiny cream panicles, fairly insignificant. Conditions: frost and mildly drought tolerant, best suited for temperate and semi-arid regions.Location: tolerant …
 
PLANT OF THE WEEKAll About Australian Native Plants with Silver Leaves.Plants with grey or silver leaves are adapted to a drier environment because the colour of the leaf better reflects the sun than green leaves regardless of the size of the leaf. This in turn means the plant uses less water for its functions. There's usually more to the story as …
 
Dr Richard Bate is a dental surgeon and botanist that works with Joshua Styles (from episode 17) at the North-West Rare Plant Initiative (NWRPI), he's involved with the Botanical Society of Britain and Ireland (BSBI) and is also active on twitter as part of the @Wildflower_Hour team and his own orchid-obsessed handle @TheNewGalaxy. EPISODE LINKS Dr…
 
GE Current offers a range of professional LED lighting fixtures and hybrid solutions for indoor and greenhouse horticultural applications, from propagation and microgreens production through to lighting for large indoor farms and commercial greenhouses. Horticulture business development manager Malcolm Yare and commercial operations manager Sally T…
 
Edna Walling and Bickleigh Vale part 2 Last week, I introduced you to Edna Walling was one of Australia’s most influential garden designers of the 20th century. The people that live in the village of about 20 homes, are all in love with Edna's design principles. In spring, the gardens are like fairlyland, with flowering wisterias, crabapples, flowe…
 
EDNA WALLING & BICKLEIGH VALE Part 1 Edna Walling was one of Australia’s most influential garden designers of the 20th century but I daresay, not too many people have heard of her. Edna was Walling was born in 1896, in Yorkshire and grew up in the village of Bickleigh Devon, England but came to Australia at 17 years of age. Edna was influenced by h…
 
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