The Gardenangelists

We're Strong to the Finish, Cuz We Eat Our Spinach

March 30, 2022 Carol Michel, Dee Nash Season 4 Episode 21
The Gardenangelists
We're Strong to the Finish, Cuz We Eat Our Spinach
Show Notes

Carol and Dee talk about begonias, spinach, hedgerows, and more on this week's podcast episode.

Links!

A few Instagram accounts:  @tldawkins @anya_thegarden_fairy

American Begonia Society

30 Outstanding Begonia Types & Varieties To Grow In Shade & Indoor

 Begonias lost to the trade - Carol's blog post about  Buckner Hollingsworth and Begonia ‘Gloire de Lorraine'

National Garden Bureau - Year of the Salad Greens

Good info on spinach on Johnny’s Selected Seed  42 articles

Spinach Bloomsdale (affiliate link to Botanical Interests)

Spinach Nobel (All-America Selection from 1933)

Malabar spinach, Basella alba – Wisconsin Horticulture 

New Zealand Spinach (affiliate link to Botanical Interests)  

This Time Next Year, We’ll be Laughing, by Jaqueline Winspear

On the Bookshelf:    Containers in the Garden, by Claus Dalby. Claus is a famous Instagrammer as well.

Dirt:  Hedgerow dating - TCV Practical Conservation Handbooks. Also  Harnessing the Benefits of Wild Birds On Farms - Modern Farmer 

Pastoral Song: A Farmer's Journey, by James Rebanks

Dee's Bee Rabbit Hole. Jerome Bee Farm & Homestead - YouTube and Sweet Stingers - YouTube.

Bees and Their Keepers: A Journey Through Seasons and Centuries, by Lotte Möller




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Dee is appearing in person at the Tulsa Herb Society’s meetings on July 18 and 19.  More details on their Facebook page