The Gardenangelists

Save Some Seeds and Send Birthday Greetings!

September 07, 2022 Carol Michel, Dee Nash Season 4 Episode 44
The Gardenangelists
Save Some Seeds and Send Birthday Greetings!
Show Notes

Dee and Carol talk about self-sowing flowers, green bean success, saving seeds and homesteading.

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Links:   

The Okies for Monarchs Central Oklahoma wildflower seed from Johnston Seed Company

Celosia seeds from Floret Flowers

Dee's zinnia video on Instagram

Zinnias Oklahoma series from Johnny's Selected Seeds

Provider green beans from Botanical Interests (affiliate link)

Carol's Green Bean story   

On the Bookshelf:   The First-Time Homesteader: A Complete Beginner’s Guide to Starting and Loving Your New Homestead by Jessica Soward.  (Amazon Link) and check out her other book: The First-Time Gardener: Growing Vegetables.  (Amazon Link)

Funk Farm Miniature Herefords on Facebook and Instagram

Rabbit Holes:  Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street, and their podcast,  Milk Street Radio with an  episode on Julia Child

The Mayfair Bookshop: A Novel of Nancy Mitford and the Pursuit of Happiness by Eliza Knight and Heywood Hill Bookshop (a real place!) plus two more books:  Garden Stories, edited by  Diane Secker Tesdell and  Stories of Trees, Woods, and the Forest, edited by Fiona Stafford.   

Flylady, to tame the chaos.

Central Oklahoma Daylily Society, plant sale September 10th! If you live in the area, Dee will have some of her daylilies in the sale.

Happy Birthday, Dee!

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For more info on Carol and her books, visit her website.  Visit her blog May Dreams Gardens.
For more info on Dee and her book, visit her website.  Visit her blog Red Dirt Ramblings.

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