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We Heart RadioGarden, and You Should, Too

We've sung the praises of Andrew Keys' RadioGarden podcast before, but it's time to do it again.  Really, it's the coolest thing out there, and we should be shouting from the rooftops every time a new episode goes live, but somehow they slip past us.

So.  Right now.  Go here to check out the podcast and to subscribe through iTunes.  My favorite recent episode is an interview with the botanical artists who illustrate the Botanical Interests seed packets.  I mean, where else are you going to get something like that?  It's smart, thoughtful, lively, and wonderful. Although I try to avoid these kind of facile comparisons, it really is This American Life for plants.

Get over there and give Andrew a little love.  Really, he's amazing.

Posted by on April 17, 2011 at 11:56 am, in the category GardenRant Airwaves, Unusually Clever People.
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2 responses to “We Heart RadioGarden, and You Should, Too”

  1. I agree that RadioGarden is probably the best gardening podcast out there. BUT, I do wish they’d put them out more frequently. The norm for podcasts seems to be once a week or even twice. This one seems slightly sporadic to me.

  2. Meg Shinn says:

    So happy to see people are enjoying Andrew’s podcasts; he does a fantastic job. Currently RadioGarden is a monthly podcast; it’s in a rotation with two other podcast series (Garden How-To with Kathy Cropp and Nest in Style with Teresa O’Connor and Jayme Jenkins). We also announce new episodes in Horticulture‘s weekly e-newsletter, which goes out on Wednesdays. You can sign up at Just fyi. : )