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In this VLOG episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike shares how you can get your hands on some vegetable seeds for practically free.  We say practically, because in order to get the vegetable seeds you are going to have to mail in a self addressed stamped envelope.  So the cost will be 2 stamps and 2 envelopes, which last I checked was about a dollar (US).

We have a lot of vegetable seed inventory here at The Vegetable Gardening Show, and we want to get these vegetable seeds into your hands.

To get some vegetable seeds for yourself, make sure you mail a self addressed stamped envelope to the address below.

Here is the address to get your vegetable seeds:
Mike the Gardener
Attn: Vegetable Seeds
PO Box 1773
Burlington, NJ  08016

Before you mail anything to the address above, make sure you watch the video to be sure you are doing the "get vegetable seeds" correctly.

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◾ No international shipments. USA only.
◾ You MUST send in a self addressed stamped envelope or nothing will be returned to you
◾ First come first serve.  When the vegetable seeds are gone, they are gone.
◾ You can put in a request for vegetable seed varieties but we cannot guarantee you will receive those particular vegetable seeds

 

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Mike the gardener

About the Author

Mike Podlesny is the host of The Vegetable Gardening Show where he interviews gardening industry experts, and he is the author of the book Vegetable Gardening for the Average Person. Don`t forget to link up with Mike on Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook.

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In this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show

In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike chats with Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Expert Rhiannon Crain about the citizen scientist project with the Habitat Network and how you as a home gardener can help build a better environment.

Rhiannon will tell us all about The Habitat Network, the type of data they are collecting, and the reasoning for that data as well as what they are planning to do with that data to build better ecosystems around the globe.

From there, she'll tell us how you as a home gardener can get involved, the data you can submit and how it will help you become a better home gardener.

She'll tell us about taking the lazy gardener pledge, what that means, and how anyone can get involved.

This, Jenny Peterson's wellness tip of the day, and so much more on this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show!

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Here's what we'll cover in this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show

◾ The foundation of The Habitat Network
◾ The purpose of the data being collected
◾ The different types of wildlife that you can attract in your backyard
◾ How habitats work with one another
◾ The citizen science project
◾ Pledge to be a lazy gardener

 

Mentioned in this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show

Yard Map & Habitat Network

 

About this episode's guest, Rhiannon Crain

Rhiannon holds a B.S. in Ecology in Evolutionary Biology and received her Ph.D from the University of California, Santa Cruz and the Center for Informal Learning and Schools.

She has worked with the Exploratorium, the Monterey Bay Aquarium, and the Cornell Lab of Ornithology Citizen Science Department to understand how informal learning opportunities can support complex conservation thinking and activity.

She currently leads a citizen science mapping project called Habitat Network to help people document their gardens with a habitat map and imagine how to create beautiful, ecologically-balanced gardens to support wildlife.

 

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Seeds of the Month Club
 

Please share The Vegetable Gardening Show! Let`s get everyone gardening!

 
Mike the gardener

About the Author

Mike Podlesny is the host of The Vegetable Gardening Show where he interviews gardening industry experts, and he is the author of the book Vegetable Gardening for the Average Person. Don`t forget to link up with Mike on Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook.

 

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In this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show

In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike chats with garden expert and author Mary Schier about what it takes to grow vegetables in a cold climate.

Cold climate gardening is one of the bigger challenges many gardeners face as they try to grow tomatoes, peppers, eggplants and other warmer weather crops, when the weather will simply not cooperate.

Many methods have been developed over the years to grow vegetables in a cold climate and Mary Schier, the author of the book, "From Apples to Zinnias: Northern Gardener", shares her tips with us.

She tell us how, in her zone 4 climate, gardeners extend gardening seasons, are able to start plants sooner, and trick she learned that gardeners used nearly 150 years ago, that may seem odd, but does work.

This, and so much more on this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show!

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Here's what we'll cover in this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show

◾ Challenges of a short gardening season
◾ Growing veggies in Zone 4
◾ Using cold frames and row covers
◾ Growing Apples in Minnesota
◾ Horticultural Society
◾ Trial Stations
◾ Using manure in a unique way

 

Mentioned in this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show

From Apples to Zinnias
My Norther Garden
Elliot Coleman

 

About this episode's guest, Mary Schier

Mary knows the joys and trials of cold-climate gardeners. Where she lives, when the low is only -20, that’s considered a mild winter. As editor of Northern Gardener, the magazine of the Minnesota State Horticultural Society, Mary has spent more than  a decade discovering the best tips and techniques for growing great vegetables, perennials, shrubs and trees in the North.

She combined those ideas with advice from experienced gardeners of the past to write The Northern Gardener: From Apples to Zinnias, published by the Minnesota Historical Society Press. It is an informative and entertaining guide for gardeners of all levels.

 

Please visit the sponsors to the Vegetable Gardening Show

 

 

Seeds of the Month Club
 

Please share The Vegetable Gardening Show! Let`s get everyone gardening!

 
Mike the gardener

About the Author

Mike Podlesny is the host of The Vegetable Gardening Show where he interviews gardening industry experts, and he is the author of the book Vegetable Gardening for the Average Person. Don`t forget to link up with Mike on Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook.

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In this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show

In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike chats with houseplant guru, Lisa Steinkopf.  Lisa is the author to the complete guide to houseplants and who can argue with her.  She has over 1,000 houseplants growing at a given time.

Lisa is going to fill us in on what her favorite houseplants are and why.  She'll give her recommendations for houseplant choices for those growers that are new to growing houseplants, and she'll tell you what the biggest hurdle all houseplant growers seem to face.

From there, she'll give us the insight on how much light your houseplants will need, best watering methods for your houseplants, and the best soil medium choices for your houseplants.

This, Jenny Peterson's wellness tip of the day, and so much more on this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show!

 Watch our YouTube ChannelWATCH THIS EPISODE ON OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL: CLICK HERE

 

Here's what we'll cover in this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show

◾ Lisa's favorite houseplants
◾ Houseplants that Lisa recommends new houseplant growers should try
◾ The biggest hurdle new houseplant growers come across
◾ How to get more light to your houseplants
◾ The various soil structures of houseplants
◾ Transplanting houseplants

 

Mentioned in this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show

The Houseplant Guru
Houseplants: The Complete Guide to Choosing, Growing, and Caring for Indoor Plant

 

About this episode's guest, Lisa Steinkopf

Lisa is The Houseplant Guru, who features all things houseplants on her blog, thehouseplantguru.com.

She has written for HGTVgardens.com, Real Simple magazine, Michigan Gardener Magazine, the houseplant section of Allan Armitage’s Greatest Perennials and Annuals app, and Michigan Gardening Magazine, where she writes a monthly column.

She worked for more than a decade at Steinkopf Nursery as the Annuals and Houseplants Manager, and has been interviewed online, in print, and on TV about houseplants. She harbors well over 1,000 houseplants in her home.

 

Jenny Peterson's wellness tip of the day

Breathing properly to reduce stress

 

Please visit the sponsors to the Vegetable Gardening Show

 

 

Seeds of the Month Club
 

Please share The Vegetable Gardening Show! Let`s get everyone gardening!

 
Mike the gardener

About the Author

Mike Podlesny is the host of The Vegetable Gardening Show where he interviews gardening industry experts, and he is the author of the book Vegetable Gardening for the Average Person. Don`t forget to link up with Mike on Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook.

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In this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show

In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike chats with permaculture expert Michael Judd on what it takes to build a sustainable permaculture regardless of where you live.

Michael will share with us some permaculture tips & tricks that we can implement right away, such as building raised beds that harvest rain water to herb spirals.

From there, Michael will tell us why soil biology is important in  permaculture design, how perennials and annuals both play important roles in permaculture, and what stacking functions are in permaculture.

This, Jenny Peterson's wellness tip of the day, and so much more!

   Watch our YouTube ChannelWATCH THIS EPISODE ON OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL: CLICK HERE

 

Here's what we'll cover in this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show

◾ Getting started in permaculture
◾ Creating permaculture in the suburbs and urban neighborhoods
◾ Herb Spirals
◾ Soil biology in a permaculture environment
◾ Where perennials and annuals play their important roles in permaculture designs
◾ Stacking functions in permaculture
◾ Passive watering techniques and how mulch plays a role in permaculture

 

Mentioned in this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show

Ecologia Design
Edible Landscaping with a Permaculture Twist: How to Have Your Yard and Eat It Too
Earth Haven

 

About this episode's guest, Michael Judd

Michael is a permaculture designer and natural builder living on 25 acres of mixed woodland, food forests and gardens in the Appalachian foothills of Frederick Maryland.

Along with being A Mother Earth News and Monticello Heritage Harvest Festival presenter , Michael is the author of 'Edible Landscaping with a Permaculture Twist' a popular how-to manual on creating productive and beautiful landscapes.

You can learn more about Michael on his website EcologiaDesign.com.

 

Jenny Peterson's wellness tip of the day

Keeping a positive mindset

 

 

Please visit the sponsors to the Vegetable Gardening Show

 

 

Seeds of the Month Club
 

Please share The Vegetable Gardening Show! Let`s get everyone gardening!

 
Mike the gardener

About the Author

Mike Podlesny is the host of The Vegetable Gardening Show where he interviews gardening industry experts, and he is the author of the book Vegetable Gardening for the Average Person. Don`t forget to link up with Mike on Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook.

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