Maryland Grows


April Permaculture – The Garden Thyme Podcast

Listen to podcast Spring is here! We are so ready to get in our gardens and hope you are as well.  In this episode, we are joined by Justinian Dispenza, who runs the Eastern Shore Permaculture Institute.   We talked…

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Backyard Chickens – The Garden Thyme Podcast – March 2021

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 In this episode, we are joined by the University of Maryland Extension Poultry Specialist Jon Moyle. We invited Jon to give the cockadoddledoo details on raising backyard chickens. Jon covers information such as basic chicken biology, basic needs, and protocol…

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The Garden Thyme Podcast – February 2021

Hello Listener, The long cold days of winter are upon us and even though we might like to dig in and hibernate, there’s still plenty of things to do in the garden. In this month’s episode we chatted about winter…

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Garden Resolutions and Winter Weather Plant Care – The Garden Thyme Podcast

Happy New Year! It’s hard to believe that we’re already in a new year. After almost an entire year of quarantining, in this month’s episode, we took time to pause and reflect on last year’s gardening success and failures. Like…

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The Garden Thyme Podcast – Putting Your Garden to Bed for the Winter

This is our last episode of 2020! We hope you, your family, and friends have a safe and happy holiday season and we look forward to more great episodes in 2021! In this month’s episode, we talk about getting ready…

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Garden Thyme Podcast – Scary Plants #2

It’s hard to believe that our little podcast is a whole-year-old this month. Thank you all for your support. Since Halloween is a favorite holiday of ours here is a mini-episode with three more spooky scary plants. Thank you all…

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The Garden Thyme Podcast – Pumpkins and Gourds

Hi Listener, In this month’s episode, we talk about all things fall. Including Chrysanthemum, some fun facts about pumpkins (10:45), and some fun varieties of gourds and pumpkins you might try growing in your garden next year (16:55). Native Plant…

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