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Nature Boy is a general science show hosted by four PhD graduate students studying plant biology at UC Riverside. Join Michael, Marschal, Jon, and Jess the first Sunday of each month as research from varied fields is discussed, made digestible, and often criticized. An irreverent look at the often over revered field of scientific research.
 
This is Plant Daddy Podcast: serving you intersectional horticulture. I’m Matthew, and I’m Stephen. We are Plant Daddies living in Seattle, WA, podcasting about our passion for cultivating plants. Since our identities are intersectional, and [we'd like to think] include much more than just being gay millennial Plant Daddies, we'll also get into pop culture, LGBTQ+ content, current events, and our own personal stories. We chat with such guests as gardening, botany and horticulture experts, am ...
 
Let's take a deep dive into all things herbal with some of the best teachers in the field of plant medicine, wild foods, botany and health accessibility. You'll hear class recordings from conferences, narrated plant monographs, books, and blog posts, interviews, event updates and so much more. Have an idea for an episode? Want to share information about your school or event? Interested in sponsoring the podcast? Let me know!
 
Real Herbalism Radio is the weekly podcast created by The Practical Herbalist team to dish up the saucy bits of the herb world in a format that's easy to listen to on the go or relaxing at home. Your hosts, Sue and Candace, offer you their insights into the world of herbs along with a variety of easy, practical ideas for making herbalism a part of your daily life. They'll help you understand some of the complex and often perplexing aspects of herbalism, decode the language of herbalists, and ...
 
A selection of nonsense poems, songs (not sung!), stories, and miscellaneous strangeness. The work includes the "Owl and the Pussycat" and a recipe for Amblongus Pie, which begins "Take 4 pounds (say 4½ pounds) of fresh ablongusses and put them in a small pipkin."Edward Lear was an English writer, poet, cat-lover, and illustrator (his watercolours are beautiful). This recording celebrates the 200th anniversary of Lear's birth. (Summary by Adrian Praetzellis)
 
Ben Franklin’s World is a podcast about early American history. It is a show for people who love history and for those who want to know more about the historical people and events that have impacted and shaped our present-day world. Each episode features a conversation with an historian who helps us shed light on important people and events in early American history.
 
A houseplant meets personal growth podcast by Dusty Hegge (that's me!). There are such beautiful parallels between plant growth and human growth and I KNOW that is by God’s design. So, on Grow Well, we talk about both! Everything from soulful personal growth to how to keep your fiddle leaf fig alive - we’ll talk about it all!
 
Jennifer Ebeling from 6ftmama.com created Still Growing...with Jennifer Ebeling. Still Growing is a weekly gardening podcast dedicated to helping you and your garden grow. Jennifer hosts this hour-long show interviewing experts from around the country. The podcast also features a bi-monthly Master Gardener roundtable with Master Gardeners who share their gardening tips and horticulture techniques for gardeners of all skill levels. Still Growing is a terrific resource for gardeners looking to ...
 
Follow head gardeners Saul Walker and Lucy Chamberlain as they reveal exactly what it’s like to be professional horticulturists leading busy teams on large, private estates. Lucy and Saul have a decade of Head Gardening experience and it soon became clear to them both that life as a Head Gardener can be incredibly diverse, occasionally challenging and hugely rewarding and so they regularly discuss horticultural topics close to their hearts and give you an insight into their lives as gardeners.
 
Elim Christian Centre Botany exists to be a centre of hope to reach, serve and influence the community of East Auckland. We are a church that welcomes as family, expects breakthrough, is invitational and are relevant to whoever walks through the doors of 159 Botany road, Botany Downs or listens to one of our messages online. We would love to connect with you and meet you at one of our upcoming Sunday services. Find out more at www.elimchristiancentre.org.nz
 
BBS Radio Station Streams, broadcasts, programming running 24/7, including talk shows and indie music! We'll be your favorite! BBS Radio covers an extremely diverse variety of thought provoking talk shows ranging from family entertainment to clean energy, metaphysics to divination, non-mainstream political commentary to alternative health and so much more. Our original broadcasts and podcasts cover exactly what is most stimulating, intriguing and crucial to humanity at this time, such as: na ...
 
On The Ledge is a podcast all about indoor gardening - helping you to grow everything from Aloe vera to the ZZ plant. Presenter Jane Perrone has been nuts about houseplants since she was knee high to a Swiss cheese plant. She quizzes the experts, helps you find cool new stuff to grow and figures out how to fix your plant problems. For more information, email ontheledgepodcast@gmail.com or visit janeperrone.com.
 
Eighteen short nonfiction works in the public domain, independently chosen by the readers. Topics include how to swim, Navajo silversmithing, the sun, begonias and ferns, Martin Luther, U.S. Presidents Eisenhower and Nixon, Captain Cook's exploration of Botany Bay, General James Wolfe, and Moravian missionaries in Labrador. (summary by Sue Anderson)
 
This is a collection of short (15 minute or less readings) works in English suitable for a coffee break at work or a short commuter ride. The theme for this collection is Nature in various genres -- fiction and non-fiction. Botany, geology, biology, astronomy; flowers, (meteor) showers, bugs, slugs, frogs, dogs, cats, bats -- you name it, as long as it's public domain and between 3 and 15 minutes long.(Summary by BellonaTimes)
 
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe was a German writer and statesman. His body of work includes epic and lyric poetry written in a variety of metres and styles; prose and verse dramas; memoirs; an autobiography; literary and aesthetic criticism; treatises on botany, anatomy, and colour; and four novels. In addition, numerous literary and scientific fragments, more than 10,000 letters, and nearly 3,000 drawings by him are extant. - Summary by Wikipedia
 
Everyday Herbals is your one stop shop for everything herbal! Whether you're a practicing herbalist, beginning herbalist or just fascinated by plants this show has something for you. Join me as I interview the most knowledgable and inspiring herbalists and natural doctors around to learn their secrets for health. Topics include herbal medicine, botany, phytochemistry, homeopathy, ethnobotany, and nutrition.
 
01 00:00 Chelons R. Jones / I Don't Know (Herbert's Presents Only Mix) 02 04:16 Metro Area / Erodyne (Original) 03 09:05 Feist / My Moon My Man (Boys Noize Remix) 04 13:41 Ame / Balandine 05 18:41 Tiger Stipes / Hooked 06 23:49 Afefe Iku / Mirror Dance 07 29:05 Francois Dubois / Blood (Andy Cato's Pack Up And Dance Mix) 08 35:41 Jorgensen / Untitled (Deadmau5 Remix) 09 38:33 Alan M / Got No Clue 10 44:42 Popof / Lost Thought Part One 11 50:23 Deadmau5 / Arguru 12 55:18 Arno Cost & Norman Dor ...
 
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(Re-upload because the first file was corrupted and cut out at 3 min...) Probably the episode I'm most excited about so far - a talk with the kind, humble and brilliant Bruce Baldwin, an expert in the largest (second in number of species only to the Orchid Family) and most ecologically successful plant family in the world, the Asteraceae, also know…
 
Professor Nox Makunga of Stellenbosch University in South Africa joins me to explain the pigments that give houseplant leaves their colours, I answer a question about a ‘Silver Ripple’ Peperomia and we hear from listener Mia. For full show notes visit https://www.janeperrone.com/on-the-ledge/2020/10/16/episode-160-leaf-botany-part-four-pigments…
 
With wildfires still smoldering across Western states, many are enduring a blanket of unhealthy smoke. What herbal companions can we enlist to help us through the poor air quality? Today we’ll hear guidance from herbalist Rosalee de la Forêt to find out! Rosalee de la Forêt, RH, is passionate about helping people discover the world of herbalism and…
 
When the PM calls a normal eba negotiation between the MUA and Patrick's at Botany a national emergency and doesn't rule out calling the army you know politics is the main game with the LNP's industrial relations agenda at the forefront with workers being sacrificed. We talk to Paul Garrett from the Sydney Branch of the MUA about the Botany dispute…
 
I learn about the science of tissue culture and what it means for the houseplant industry with the help of Chris Reynolds, founder of tissue culture lab Seedless Labs. Plus I answer a question about an ivy and a Dracaena called Norman, and we hear from listener Karl. Full show notes: https://www.janeperrone.com/on-the-ledge/2020/10/23/episode-161-t…
 
Morgana Rae, President of Charmed Life Coaching Inc International ten time #1 Best selling author of "Financial Alchemy: 12 Months of Magic & Manifestation" and winner of WE Magazine's "Top Women In Ecommerce" Award Got prosperity? "I purchased your book and it literally turned my life around! I had trouble breaking through earning more than $4,000…
 
Change Your Mind, Change Your LifeWhat’s your why? Are you thriving or simply surviving? Do you believe there’s more to life, but you just don’t know how to tap in or embrace simple tips that could literally change your life forever? Mark Brodinsky discusses changing your life by changing your mind.By info@drdravonjames.com (Dr Dravon James)
 
TJ Menlove is Co-Founder of the YPC Connection app and is known as a great Motivational Speaker. Speaking at the Millionaire Conferences, many group and business functions, and invites providing info on how to implement the “Prosperity Pillars, for Life, Business and Relationships”.Over the last several years TJ has been consulting and helping entr…
 
2020 has been an unusual and difficult year for many, and we understand that the full repercussions of what we have all been through are still to be felt - but with summer waning and the glory of Autumn still to come, we continue with a healthy amount of discussion on some of our favourite horticultural topics, bringing a little dose of the garden …
 
Who is American democracy for and who could participate in early American democracy? Women and African Americans were often barred from voting in colonial and early republic elections. But what about Native Americans? Could Native Americans participate in early American democracy? Julie Reed, an Assistant Professor of History at the Pennsylvania St…
 
Does a Cardboard Velvet Plant sound appealing to you? Not to Stephen either... but we've all had Goal Plants, the extra-special ones that may be expensive, difficult to find, challenging to grow well, (or even keep alive,) but we continue striving to succeed with them! Anthurium clarinervium is that plant for Matthew, and Stephen can oddly relate. …
 
Invasive species are second only to habitat destruction in causing loss of biodiversity on this planet. Moving one species to a habitat where it didn't evolve or even giving native species a new advantage can cause ripples that spread throughout the entire ecosystem. Returning to the podcast to talk about these issues is plant pathologist, Dr. Kris…
 
This week marks ten years since Mary MacKillop — Australia’s first and so far only Catholic saint — was canonised by Pope Benedict XVI. But how much do you know about Mary? And why is she informally remembered as the 'patron saint of trouble makers'? On Soul Search today, Meredith Lake finds out with the help of Sister Mary Ellen O’Donoghue and Car…
 
A single scent of a blossom may evoke past experiences, as plants have been present in pivotal moments in many people’s lives. I sit down with illustrator and writer Katie Vaz and talk about her book My Life in Plants: Flowers I’ve Loved, Herbs I’ve Grown and Houseplants I’ve Killed on The Way to Finding Myself . This funny, poignant, feel good boo…
 
2020 has been an unusual and difficult year for many, and we understand that the full repercussions of what we have all been through are still to be felt - but with summer waning and the glory of Autumn still to come, we continue with a healthy amount of discussion on some of our favourite horticultural topics, bringing a little dose of the garden …
 
When times are lean and when they're bountiful, one basic tenet holds true -- Good Health relies on Good Nutrition. Today, we're talking with Phyllis D. Light, Folk Herbalist, about how to make sound nutrition a part of your life. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
View this post on Instagram The very diminutive Bartonia texana, Texas screwstem (G2/S2S3 in Texas, S1 in Louisiana). Chris has been far more into the research of this plant because it’s been on his goal list to find the last several years. B. texana is very habitat specific occurring in the baygall seepage swamps of […] The post Back to the Seepag…
 
2020 has been an unusual and difficult year for many, and we understand that the full repercussions of what we have all been through are still to be felt - but with summer waning and the glory of Autumn still to come, we continue with a healthy amount of discussion on some of our favourite horticultural topics, bringing a little dose of the garden …
 
Looking for a succulent that you may find interesting and probably can't kill? Mother of Thousands, Kalanchoe daigremontiana, might be just the choice! Want to listen to us go back and forth on whether we like it or not? We swear we don't loathe this plant (well, one of us doesn't), but we do ask if it's irresponsible to grow it, and provide a medi…
 
Independence from Great Britain provided the former British American colonists the opportunity to create a new, more democratic government than they had lived under before the American Revolution. What did this new American government look like? Who could participate in this new American democracy? And what was it like to participate in this new de…
 
This episode is all about one of the most difficult topics in natural history - extinction. Plants set the foundation for nearly all life on Earth and yet they receive a mere fraction of the attention and effort needed to conserve them. Recent estimates indicate that 40% of the world's plant species are threatened with extinction and that is a scar…
 
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