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The Hoe Knows™ Garden Podcast

Featuring gardening insights, expert advice, and informative interviews, The Hoe Knows Garden Podcast offers short, information-packed episodes from Lis Friemoth, The Garden Hoe. You’ll find practical solutions to gardening problems and the latest scientific research in horticulture.

Do you have questions you’d like answered on a future podcast? Email The Garden Hoe with your inquiry.


Lilacs

27 MayLilacs [Podcast]


For a plant with a short bang, lilacs (Syringa) reside in memories for a very long time.

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Effects of Cold in Spring

26 AprEffects of Cold in Spring [Podcast]


It must be spring. The flowers are poking through the cold soil only to be greeted by the cold and periodic…

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Shade Plants

23 MarShade Plants [Podcast]


Shade sites can be easy to fill with glorious, season long beauty or they can be finicky and divaesque.

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A Visit to the Tropics

02 MarA Visit to the Tropics [Podcast]


 Enjoying a break from the chill of the winter wonderlands is a pleasant interlude. There is a sense of burgeoning…

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Why Not in 2022?

08 FebWhy Not in 2022? [Podcast]


As gardeners move into the OMG…did-I-order-enough-seeds phase of spring, look at the selections listed below.

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Zinnias

01 FebZinnias [Podcast]


Zinnias are one of the happiest flowers on earth. A judgement statement, but one I believe strongly in.

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Microgreens

11 JanMicrogreens [Podcast]


What better way to celebrate the start of a new year than by leafing through seed catalogs?

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Giving to Gardeners

13 DecGiving to Gardeners [Podcast]


Sure, many are thinking about gifts this time of the year. Why not look at spreading that joy and happiness throughout…

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Places To Go

06 DecPlaces To Go [Podcast]


In the Northern Hemisphere, less active plant seasons have arrived. Now you can take time to do less work and enjoy…

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Asclepias

16 NovAsclepias [Podcast]


Milkweed, Butterfly Weed, and Silkweed are all common names referring to Asclepias.

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