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The Gardengelists Episode 16 - Roses, broccoli and presidential gardens

February 19, 2019 Carol Michel, Dee Nash Season 1 Episode 16
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The Gardengelists Episode 16 - Roses, broccoli and presidential gardens
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It's the week of President's Day which naturally leads to talking about roses named after presidents. Carol interviews Dee about her roses and follows this up with a lively discussion about the vegetable at least one president didn't like that Carol has decided to grow this year anyway.  They end the podcast with a few suggestions on some related books.  (And yes, Carol does know that caterpillars don't lay eggs, butterflies do; she doesn't know why she said caterpillar instead of butterfly at least twice in this episode.)

Some helpful links:

Email contact:  The

Dee got her mushroom growing kits from Field and Forest Products.

The At Last®  Rose is from Proven Winners.

Dee's posts on rose rosette disease are:  Rose Rosette Disease in Oklahoma and Native Shrubs to Replace Roses

The article on broccoli growing Carol referenced is in the Early Spring 2019 issue of Country Gardens.

Books we mentioned include:

All the President's Gardens: Madison's Cabbages to Kennedy's Roses—How the White House Grounds Have Grown with America by Marta McDowell

Founding Gardeners: The Revolutionary Generation, Nature, and the Shaping of the American Nation by Andrea Wulf

Andrea Wulf will be speaking in Indianapolis on May 5, 2019 at Newfields.

And finally, Dee's plant mister.

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Vegetables, including broccoli