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Podcast with Tova’s Garden About Garden Myths

I recently had the pleasure of doing a podcast with Tova Roseman from Tova’s Garden. We talked a lot about simplifying the gardening process and how a better understanding of garden myths leads to a more successful garden.

Here is a list of some of the topics discussed in this podcast.

  • Learning to work with nature
  • Adopting the cut and drop method
  • Why you should clean up the garden in spring, instead of fall
  • Let nature solve pest problems
  • Benefits of watering less
  • Match plants to soil
  • The truth about Epsom salts
  • Solving blossom end rot in tomatoes
  • The real benefit of compost in your garden
  • Creating a natural pond without electricity

 

Listen to the podcast now

 

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Tova's garden

Tova’s garden

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Garden Myths Book Is Released

I started collecting and writing about garden myths about 10 years ago and have been thinking about putting them into a book format for several years. Writing a book is a big job so I decided to start this blog instead. If I lost interest and only wrote about a few myths, at least they would be published in some form. More than 3 years later I am still posting myths and this blog has become extremely popular, so I finally decided to take the plunge and write a book about them. I am pleased to announce that it was released this week.

Garden Myths - Book 1, by Robert Pavlis

Garden Myths – Book 1, by Robert Pavlis

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