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A Good Garden May Have Some Weeds

September 21, 2022 Carol Michel, Dee Nash Season 4 Episode 46
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A Good Garden May Have Some Weeds
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Show Notes

Dee and Carol discuss ways to simplify your garden, then talk about their favorite peppers from this summer and more on this week's podcast episode.

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Okies for Monarchs Facebook Page

Monet's Passion: Ideas, Inspiration, and Insights from the Painter's Garden, by Elizabeth Murray.

Spear Head Spade Gardening Shovel 

Upgraded TomCare Garden Kneeler   

Pruning shears for smaller hands

The Lifelong Gardener: Garden with Ease and Joy at Any Age, by Toni Gattone

Gardening for a Lifetime: How to Garden Wiser as You Grow Older, by Sydney Eddison (Amazon Link)   

Peppers we liked this year: Candy Cane, Cubanelle  Big Bertha, Peppers from Heaven, Poblano, Jalapeno,  Shishito, and Big Jim (Anaheim)

On the bookshelf: A Year in My Garden, by Jacqueline van der Kloet (Amazon link)
Thanks to Linda at Each Little World blog for pointing out the book.   

Growing Hope - Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma

Some YouTube videos:
Bulbs with Jacqueline van der Kloet
Jacqueline van der Kloet’s Home Garden: Introduction

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