Maritime Gardening Podcast Episode 002

Gardening in Late April/Early May – Episode 002

May 3, 2016 Comments (6) General Gardening, Podcast

Back To Gardening with Greg Auton – Episode 001

Maritime Gardening Podcast Season 1 Episode 1

This is the very first episode of the podcast (season 1). We are kicking things off by discussing the idea of getting back to having a garden, in the manner that was common among many of our parents and grandparents. While we all have busy lives, establishing a garden can be seen as a means of achieving many goals: regular exercise, time with family/kids, saving on groceries, etc.

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6 Responses to Back To Gardening with Greg Auton – Episode 001

  1. Kevin & Terri LeBlanc says:

    Very interesting podcast, and especially nice to hear the enthusiasm/passion that comes across when speaking. We are looking forward to the next one and will be sure to spread the word.

    • dave says:

      Thanks for the positive feedback. We really appreciate it and look forward to producing our future episodes.

  2. Linda Regan says:

    Can’t figure out how to play it. The download does not work and neither does “play in new window”.

  3. Steve Scantlebury says:

    I watched your episode where you used a plastic juice bottle attached to the end of a garden hose, mounted on the end of a downspout. Does this back up and overflow in a heavy rain?

    • Greg Auton says:

      I’m sure that’s possible in a heavy rain given how narrow the hose is. That’s not a problem for me – the driveway take the water away from the house, and there will still be a lot of rain going to the pond

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