We’ve been covering crazy Internet garden videos and garden TV for a while, but now it’s time to get into garden-related podcasts. I’m working on a newspaper article on the subject, and after I wrap that up there will be some expanded garden podcast coverage here on GardenRant.
So if you’re listening to anything on the Internet–whether it’s a podcast you subscribe to through iTunes or a re-broadcast of a radio program that’s available on the Internet–post a comment and let us know about it. Be sure to tell us where to find it and why you like it.
And remember: No boring Weekly Garden Tips! Any podcasts that begin, "Hi, I’m Jim, and I’m here this week with Linda to talk about easy container gardens" could cause us to toss our iPod in the compost pile and cover it with a layer of chicken manure, and then where would we be?
Instead, we’re looking for the interesting, the unusual, the quirky, and–of course–the rebellious–in garden podcasts. And we define "garden" broadly to include horticulture, natural science, farming, rural life, floriculture, and anything else that might involve getting a little dirt under the fingernails.
Your nominations, please!Posted by Amy Stewart on September 13, 2006 at 11:54 am, in the category GardenRant Airwaves.