Plants podcasts

Marshall's Mailbag Episode!

It's a mail bag episode! While Lindsay is away, Marshall is going through a bunch of listener questions and answering...

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Marshall's Mailbag Episode!

It's a mail bag episode! While Lindsay is away, Marshall is going through a bunch of listener questions and answering...

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47.2 In the Garden: "The Occupiers"

An elderly lady's enthusiasm for plant life has become a source of frustration and contention for certain folks in...

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#283 - Being led by Ego with Lee Constantinou

Are your actions led by ego? This is all too common in fitness and bodybuilding. I talk to Lee about his many years...

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Kick Veggies to the Curb and Go Full Carnivore – Dr. Paul Saladino : 621

In this episode of Bulletproof Radio, I’m talking with a medical doctor who says you don’t have to eat your...

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How to Get Fitter Cells, Stronger Muscles and a Longer Life – Timeline Nutrition with Dave Asprey : 772

In this episode of Bulletproof Radio, I’ve invited two experts who know a lot about plants and how plants...

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Venom Diagram

ENCORE  We all get defensive sometimes.  For some animals, evolution has provided a highly effective mechanism for...

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Did dinosaurs stop to smell the flowers? – Science Weekly podcast

Is it true that dinosaurs had a role to play in the emergence of flowers? Nicola Davis investigates whether...

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Plants behind Glass Meditation

Welcome back to Pause With Plants. I hope you enjoy this guided meditation. Also, follow my plant filled Instagram...

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Gardens Illustrated Festival 2015 Sarah Raven

Sarah Raven is a writer, gardener, cook and florist, whose garden at Perch Hill in East Sussex offers inspirational...

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Gardens Illustrated Festival 2015 Fergus Garrett

Great Dixter was the home of the late, great gardener Christopher Lloyd. Today under the guidance of head gardener...

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Gardens Illustrated Festival 2015 Anna Pavord

Anna Pavord takes us to Florence and the hillsides of Tuscany in the early 20th century in the footsteps of the...

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Gardens Illustrated Festival 2015 Troy Scott-Smith and Dan Pearson

As the legacy of Vita Sackville-West and Harold Nicolson, Sissinghurst Castle is one of Britain's best-loved gardens....

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Orchids: Sow, Grow, Repeat Winter

From the plastic-wrapped Phalaenopsis crammed on the shelves of your local supermarket to the vanilla seeds in your...

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Sow, Grow, Repeat: Christmas trees, mistletoe and festive plants

From mistletoe to Norway spruce and cyclamen to Christmas cactus, Jane Perrone finds out how to make your Christmas...

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Succulents: Sow, Grow, Repeat Winter

Succulents are the perfect houseplants: architectural, beautiful and fascinating. These days they’re popping up...

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Style in the Garden: Sow, Grow, Repeat Autumn

Big floppy hat and flowery dungarees, or overalls and a beanie hat? This week’s we’re talking about style in the...

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Green Roofs: Sow, Grow, Repeat Autumn

Green roofs are sprouting up all over the place, but what’s the point of putting plants on top of buildings?

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Episode 7 - Bank Holiday Seaside Special

We grab our bucket and spade and head to Rye Harbour where we meet Barry Yates and Chris Bentley who take us on a...

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Episode 6: "The owls are not what they seem"

With spring in the air we talk incoming March migrants and emerging butterflies and go hiking on the South Downs in...

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