The Gardenangelists

After Listening or While Listening, Go Outside!

September 14, 2022 Carol Michel, Dee Nash Season 4 Episode 45
The Gardenangelists
After Listening or While Listening, Go Outside!
Show Notes

Dee and Carol talk about stalwart flowers, recap their tomato season, talk about going outside, milkweed and monarchs, and more on this week's episode.

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Some of the flowers we mentioned:

Aster 'Bluebird' (American Meadows has it)
Atomic glass  (American Meadows also has it)
Phlox 'Bright Eyes' (an American Meadows has it too)

Some of the tomato varieties we mentioned:
Purple Zebra, an All-America Selections winner for 2022, and in our gardens too.
Black Cherry
Sun Dipper
Missouri Love Apple
Brad’s Atomic Grape
Pink Berkley Tie Dye
Sunrise Bumblebee.

A book, Epic Tomatoes: How To Select and Grow the Best Varieties of All Time by Craig LeHoullier  (Amazon Link)  

On the Bookshelf:  Outdoor Kids in an Inside World by Steven Rinella (Amazon Link)

1,000 Hours Outdoors project website

Cal Newport's blog post: Whitman in the Knapsack...

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Monarch websites:  Monarch Watch, Journey North,
A book: Bees in Your Backyard by Olivia Messinger Carril and Joseph S. Wilson (Amazon Link))

 Carol's Rabbit hole:  What Do We Know About Crop Circles by Ben Hubbard. (Amazon Link) and  Circular Evidence: A Detailed Investigation of the Flattened Swirled Crops Phenomenon by Pat Delgado and Colin Andrews

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