Jay Harper gets your garden ready for planting! Listing many root, modified stem and leafy edibles you can put in the ground now. His soil preparation mix for a basic 100 square foot garden. Plus Ray Lopez of Scottsdale Weed Control has what it takes to control or erradicate weeds in gardens and lawns. Plus proper installation of artificial turf! Original broadcast archive page with expanded content https://rosieonthehouse.com/podcast/outdoor-living-hour-notes-from-the-nursery-fall-vegetables-and-weeds-with-jay-harper-and-ray-lopez-of-scottsdale-weed-control/
Learn about hidden dangers within your own home and what you can do about it. Blog Posts from the Podcast: Simple Ways To Lower Your EMF Risks: Start In the Bedroom Scientific American: We Have NO Reason to Believe 5G Is Safe Please Get the Digital Baby Monitor OUT of the Nursery! Your Smart Meter Can Cause Fatigue, Brain Fog, Anxiety & Memory Loss Further Information on TRS ************* Jackie Vaccination Ebook Because of censoring during these dangerous times, it is getting more and more difficult to spread the truth. Here are some things we suggest you do: Download, subscribe, and share this podcast. (This will help the algorithm for our podcast.) Bookmark or Make Deep Roots at Home on Your Browser's Home Page. Subscribe to Important Exclusive, Updates Via Our Newsletter Create an Emergency Binder of DRAH Articles --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/deep-roots-at-home/support
On Monday, state wildlife biologists released 30 roundtail chub into the pond at Old City Park as part of a project to boost native fish numbers. Once the population grows, biologists will release some of the fish back into the Dolores River, where they came from. We also hear from our partners at KHOL about a new mushroom survey happening in northwestern Wyoming. //Photo: Roundtail chub slowly acclimate to the pond water at Old City Park before getting dumped into their new home. //Show Notes: Moab City's plan to introduce roundtail chub to Old City Park https://moabcity.org/DocumentCenter/View/3115/City-of-Moab-Carp-Removal
Young sharks of several threatened species are living together in a “nursery” off the western tip of Africa. It's one of the busiest nurseries in the Atlantic Ocean.From 2016 to 2019, researchers counted the sharks found in fishing nets around Cabo Verde, a group of small volcanic islands about 350 miles west of Africa. They also interviewed most of the fishermen in the region to see where young sharks were most common. And one spot was by far the most popular: Sal Rei Bay, on the coast of Boa Vista Island.The scientists confirmed populations of five species of shark there: milk, scalloped hammerhead, blacktip, Atlantic weasel, and nurse. All of the recorded species are fairly small. The juveniles spend several years in their nurseries before heading into the open ocean.An international conservation group lists the Atlantic weasel shark as endangered, and the scalloped hammerhead as critically endangered. The other three species are “vulnerable”—they're not facing extinction just yet, but they're not in great shape, either. All five species are threatened by overfishing—in part because shark fins are still an expensive delicacy in some parts of the world.Sal Rei Bay may be so popular among shark mamas and papas because it's fairly small—less than 10 square miles—and it's well protected from the ocean. It may provide plenty of food for the pups, along with protection from predators—a perfect nursery for young sharks.
How should I integrate grasses into herbaceous borders? Should I persevere with my blueberry plant? How can we make our allotment open day a great success? This week, Peter Gibbs is in Charlton Adam to answer all these questions and more. Joining him are grow-your-own guru Bob Flowerdew, horticulturist Anne Swithinbank, and plantswoman Christine Walkden. Alongside the horticultural Q and A, we hear from GQT regular Pippa Greenwood who visits Fairweather's Nursery to tell us all we need to know about growing agapanthus. Assistant Producer: Dulcie Whadcock Producer: Dom Tyerman Executive Producer: Hannah Newton A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4
This is part two of our "Rethinking Children's Church" epiosde. Have you ever thought of how important a nursery can be to a congregation? It may be more than you can know. Here is the link of substack: https://open.substack.com/pub/christianitynow/p/the-blessing-of-nursery-care?r=2q6w2w&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=web If you want to support the show with a one time donation, go to www.buymeacoffee.com/christianitynow If you want to support the show monthly, www.patreon.com/christianitynow Be sure to subscribe to the YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/@ChristianityNowStreamsabout #nursery #childcare #church #churchlife #churchflow #christianitytoday #churchofchrist #christianblog #christiansubscack #christianblogger #churchofchrist #baptistchuch #methodistchurch #lutheranchurch #protestantchurch
In this episode hear how Ben Cross is delivering British grown Alstroemeria all year round for the public and businesses. This family business has been running since 1936 and Ben tells us all about how British flowers rock! Also get your gardening and grow your own tips from regular contributor @pond_dipper. Afterwards @mr_plantgeek and @ellenmarygardening gossip about outside broadcasts, middle age and lots more! Series 12 of The Plant Based Podcast is sponsored by People Plants Wellbeing where you can find your magic through the power of plants and nature. Relax at a nature immersive retreat, wellness day, forest bathing walk or contact the studio about creating a tailored team based day for your work colleagues wellbeing. We also have an exclusive discount code for our podcast listeners which can be used for all People Plants Wellbeing services. Take 10% off all services, treatments and retreats with code PBPSERIES12 via the website or when you contact the team to book. Next wellness days are coming up soon…find out more and book your place at peopleplantswellbeing.com or on instagram @peopleplantswellbeing. Offer code valid until the end of series 12. *terms and conditions may apply.
Nursery rhymes are stories or songs for children…but once you find out the backstories of some of them you start to wonder what they were thinking?! Many are about death, love affairs or even have racist undertones! None of them are child appropriate!Find us at linktr.ee/thecousinsweirdEmail us at email@example.comSupport us at partreon.com/thecousinsweird Sources: https://www.huffpost.com/entry/nursery-rhymes-real-stories_n_6180428https://www.bbc.com/culture/article/20150610-the-dark-side-of-nursery-rhymeshttps://www.singing-bell.com/dark-stories-and-hidden-meanings-behind-nursery-rhymes-and-lullabies/https://bookriot.com/nursery-rhyme-origin-stories/Music from Upbeat (free for Creators!):https://uppbeat.io/t/danijel-zambo/friendly-ghostLicense code: LZ5ZUHQLWV7IN6XH
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Jane Beckman, Senior Communications Director St. Louis Crisis Nursery joins Debbie Monterrey talking about the Crisis Nursery hosting a celebrity night across the area to help kids and prevent child abuse.
Cultivate is the first-ever three-day cannabis music festival, and it's coming up soon, from August 25-August 27. The event will be at the Nursery, a cutting-edge venue by the Green Line stop at 1800 W Lake Street. This first-time event comes with a ridiculously affordable $99/3-day pass price tag, and artists include GZA, Graveyard (only U.S. performance), Crumb, The Pharcyde, Mac Sabbath, Julian Marley, Afroman and former podcast guests like Fishbone, Lucky Boys Confusion and Otnes. Festival founder Louie Mendicino joins me to talk about building Chicago's first-ever cannabis festival, from creating the venue through the artist booking. Get tickets: https://www.tixr.com/groups/cultivate/events/cultivate-2023-71920 Food for this episode came from Cigars & Stripes in Berwyn (6715 Ogden Ave, Berwyn, IL 60402). Louie says they have the best wings in the area, and he's not wrong. The Tijuana Dog was also something special! Great place to eat, drink and hang! ## Car Con Carne is presented by Alex Ross Art. Visit alexrossart.com to see his work and get your hands on an original piece. __ Car Con Carne is also sponsored by NINETY DAYS IN THE '90s (www.90daysinthe90s.com), by Andy Frye. Take the “Grey Line” back in time to 90s Chicago and relive all the music, moments and pop culture! Get your copy from Amazon, or wherever awesome books are sold. __ Car Con Carne is also sponsored by Easy Automation (easy-automation.net). Are you a home owner? Are you ready for a truly “smart home?” Doesn't the idea of minimizing your energy usage while maximizing your comfort sound good? Easy Automation will help you find the customized solution that's right for you. Their team has 30 years of collective experience in the industry and will tailor a service package that fits your lifestyle and needs. Get a quote by visiting Easy-automation.net, or call at 630.730.3728
Europe's biggest greenhouse is the size of 80 soccer fields. A technical organism, but does it also make ecological sense? Plants illuminated with LEDs, heated with waste wood, irrigated with rainwater. Everything is coordinated.
This week's Katie's Crib episode is dedicated to topics surrounding early childhood development - featuring child development specialist, Carol Provost! Join us as we dig into Carol's 40+ years of knowledge as a parent support expert. We first explore how Carol found her passion for helping children learn and grow over the years. She then sheds light on understanding such things as handling tantrums and time outs appropriately. Carol also stresses how we can take a non-judgmental approach and help kids embrace their unique qualities (e.g., being shy, spirited, high sensory). Plus, why should we be careful when it comes to making narrative for our kids? Carol explains all: tune in for the answer! Executive Producers: Sandie Bailey, Alex Alcheh, Lauren Hohman, Tyler Klang & Gabrielle Collins Producer & Editor: Casby Bias Associate Producer: Akiya McKnight NOTE: This episode was recorded on May 26, 2023.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today's episode focuses on one of the fundamental aspects of church readiness – creating a welcoming environment for new families. Picture this: three new families walk into your church simultaneously. Are you prepared to welcome them with open arms? Let's dive in! A few weeks ago, as I sat across from a future podcast guest, I was reminded of the very reason I started this journey in the first place. They asked me, "What is your goal with having a podcast?" It took me back to the beginning, before the beginning, when I envisioned helping churches get ready, be prepared, and expect revival. I've encountered countless churches that struggled to handle an influx of new families. Today, we'll explore how to make our churches more inviting and ready to embrace new members. We will discuss key elements to make your church more inviting to newcomers. From the moment they step through the doors, we want them to feel valued and at home. Picture this scenario: three new families walk into your church simultaneously. Are you ready for them? Let's consider a few key aspects that can make all the difference in welcoming new faces into your church. Nursery and Childcare: Having a clean and inviting nursery can ease the worries of parents with young children. If you already have a nursery, ensure it's well-maintained and stocked with sanitized toys. If not, consider creating a portable nursery kit with toys and a rocking chair, and place it in a designated area. Don't forget to have volunteers ready to assist in the nursery when needed. Hospitality: Creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere starts with friendly faces at the entrance. Designate volunteers to greet newcomers and make them feel at home. Episode 19 with Wanda Littrell offers great tips on hospitality that can help enhance your welcoming efforts. Clean and Accessible Facilities: Having clean and easily accessible restrooms is crucial. Ensure they are clearly marked or have greeters inform visitors about their location. First impressions matter, and clean facilities convey a sense of care and respect for visitors. Connecting with Newcomers: Not all new families will be alike, so it's important to cater to various demographics. For instance, if you have retired couples visiting, provide them with information about ways to connect and get involved. Consider creating postcards with details about Bible study groups, men or women's events, and other fellowship opportunities. Worship Experience: Creating a vibrant and engaging worship experience can leave a lasting impression on newcomers. Ensure your worship team is well-prepared, the songs are meaningful, and the atmosphere is conducive to worship. Invite new families to participate and encourage them to feel comfortable expressing their faith. Follow-Up and Connection: Following up with new families after their visit is crucial for building lasting connections. Assign volunteers to reach out to them, thank them for coming, and provide any additional information they may need. Consider sending a welcome package or a personalized email to express your gratitude and make them feel valued. Clear Communication: Communication is key in any community, and your church is no exception. Ensure that your church's events, schedules, and important information are clearly communicated through multiple channels, such as bulletins, website, social media, and announcements during services. Diversity in Community: Embrace diversity your church community. Make sure your church is welcoming to people of different backgrounds, cultures, and walks of life. Encourage open dialogue and create a safe space for everyone to share their perspectives and experiences. Empowerment and Involvement: Encourage new families to get involved and contribute their unique gifts and talents to the church. Provide opportunities for them to volunteer and join different ministries. When people feel empowered and connected, they are more likely to invest in the church community. Continuous Improvement: Revival is not a one-time event; it's a journey of continuous growth and transformation. Seek feedback from new and long-standing members alike to identify areas for growth and improvement. Emphasize the importance of continuous improvement in creating a welcoming and prepared environment. Conclusion: Creating a welcoming and prepared environment in your church involves various aspects that go beyond the physical space. From the worship experience to following up with newcomers, every step matters in fostering a sense of belonging and community. Remember, revival is not a one-time event; it's a journey of continuous growth and transformation. Let's pray, believe, expect, and prepare for God's great work in our churches. Creating a welcoming church environment sets the foundation for growth and revival. By taking action and making our churches places where new families feel embraced, valued, and empowered, we can set the stage for a powerful revival in our communities. YOUR church can become a beacon of hope for new families seeking a spiritual home. Thank you for joining us on this journey of preparation and expectation! Remember, together, we can make our churches revival ready! God bless you all. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and leave us a review. Stay tuned for our next episode, where we will be discussing the Grace God gives you in Your Calling. Other Episodes Mentioned: Episode 19: Tips of Creating an Effective Hospitality Team in the Church Connect with Jacklin: Effective Ministry Solutions Facebook Effective Ministry Solutions Instagram Preparing the Church for the Harvest Blog Schedule a Call Subscribe to the show and if you enjoyed this episode consider leaving us a rating or review wherever you are listening. 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We all agree that natural resources need our help. But how do we create ecosystems that last, using native plants, within budget, and on-time?To celebrate National Tree Day in Australia, our sponsors at Arborgreen have helped to create an information-packed episode. We'll take you through all of the major steps you'll need to follow when creating and improving natural habitats to support our natural resources, which starts with preparing sites, planting trees, and then ongoing management.Sam Dalton is a seasoned expert in the Natural Resource Management (NRM) field, and he's also a product analyst at Arborgreen. He's one of the people that help the company stay focused on offering solutions that actually work, rather than simply seeming like a good idea at the time. He's got the knowledge we need to learn, so we're lucky to be able to pick his brain.Make sure to share this episode with somebody else who needs to learn about NRM, and check out previous episodes I've created in collaboration with Arborgreen:Ep.160 Nursery industry secrets with Bruce Durant, Ep. 154 Innovations in the tree industry with Marc Jarvis and Ep.60 How to plant trees like a pro with Jason Gooden.EPISODE LINKSArborgreen's website: https://www.arborgreen.com.au/Arborgreen's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/6608939/Arborgreen's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pg/arborgreenlandscapeproductsSam's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sam-dalton-002753211Search for horticulture jobs: HortPeople.comFOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIATwitter: @PlantsGrowHere / Facebook: @PlantsGrowHerePodcast - Join our Facebook group!VISIT OUR WEBSITEwww.PlantsGrowHere.comYou'll find heaps of educational blog articles, including How To Prune For Natural Shape, What Relationships Do Plants Have With Other Organisms?, and What Is Healthy Soil, And How Can We Build It?.LET'S WORK TOGETHERAre you in the industry or an enthusiast with something of value to share? We're always on the hunt for interesting people, doing interesting things. If you'd like to work with us send a message via our online form or a direct email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Today's episode takes us to East Dummerston Vermont where we visit with Jack Manix of Walker Farm. Jack is celebrating two major milestones this spring when I visited, the first being 50 years of marriage with his wife Karen; and the second milestone is this is also their 50 year farming. This interview gives us a tour of his farm and garden center which includes 25 varying greenhouse structures. Some of these are the earliest of designs with hoops and plastic and some of them are the highest of tech including fully automated glass houses. We then take a ride in the truck to set eyes on the fields, and visit the Christmas tree farm where he then shares some of the wisdom that has kept the farm business in operation for his entire career. Support the showVisit the website to see photos/videos from the visit: https://thefarmersshare.comFollow the show on Facebook and Instagram: @thefarmersshareSubscribe to the YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/@thefarmersshare
A giant stellar nursery in a nearby galaxy is giving birth to thousands of new stars. That includes some of the more massive stars ever seen, which will explode as supernovas. But most of the stars are much smaller and more sedate, so they'll live long, quiet lives. NGC 346 is 200,000 light-years away. It's the biggest and brightest star-forming region in the Small Magellanic Cloud -- a close companion to our home galaxy, the Milky Way. The nursery probably is about three million years old, yet it may already contain tens of thousands of stars. It probably also contains thousands of stellar wannabes -- objects that have not yet lit the fires of nuclear fusion, allowing them to shine as true stars. Until recently, astronomers had seen only the brightest and most massive of the stars that are still being born. But using James Webb Space Telescope, they found hundreds more. Most of them will form stars that are similar to the Sun or smaller. It's the first time we've ever seen the birth process of such modest stars in any galaxy beyond the Milky Way. Webb discovered dust in the disks of material around the newly forming stars -- also a first. The dust grains are made of heavy elements that could someday form planets around the stars -- especially small, rocky planets like Earth. So NGC 346 could be showing us the birth not only of thousands of future stars, but of thousands of future planets as well. Script by Damond Benningfield Support McDonald Observatory
Aaron Markow of Core Landscape joins Jay Harper to talk about landscape care in excessive heat temperatures. Irrigation controlers you can adjust to watering needs, artificial turf care for pets, landscape lighting and answers some listeners questions. Original broadcast archive page with expanded content https://rosieonthehouse.com/podcast/outdoor-living-hour-notes-from-the-nursery-seasonal-landscape-design-with-jay-harper-aaron-merkow-of-core-landscape/
Was Little Miss Muffet born out of a bizarre Victorian tradition? Or a doctor who lost his mind? Find out in this episode of Messed Up Origins! Join me on the Messed Up Origins Field Trip to IRELAND!! https://www.trovatrip.com/trip/europe/ireland/ireland-with-jon-scudieri-jun-2024 ► Messed Up Origins™ Socials! » https://www.tiktok.com/@messeduporigins » https://twitter.com/MessedUpOrigins » https://www.instagram.com/messeduporigins/ ▼ Podcast Links! ▼ » Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/jon-solos-messed-up-origins-podcast/id1631064271 » Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0zC1NxCX576HHQUoYCuGDo » Google Podcasts: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5tZWdhcGhvbmUuZm0vbWVzc2VkdXBvcmlnaW5z » Amazon Music: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/e2ab5016-5166-4670-b0a3-7c6ade06947d/jon-solos-messed-up-origins-podcast » Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/jon-solos-messed-up-origins-podcast » iHeartRadio: https://iheart.com/podcast/99117988/ ► SOLOFAM MERCH: » https://bit.ly/SoloFamMerch ► Support the series on Patreon! » https://www.patreon.com/JonSolo ▼ Timestamps ▼ » 0:00 - The Trauma of Miss Muffet » 2:06 - Weirdly Intimate Traditions... » 6:00 - What does it MEAN? » 8:09- So who was she? ► Want more? » ALL Messed Up Origins: https://bit.ly/MessedUpOrigins » Featured Folklore (the animated series!): https://bit.ly/featuredfolklore » Disney Explained: https://bit.ly/DisneyExplained » ALL Mythology Explained: https://bit.ly/MythologyExplained » Norse Mythology: http://bit.ly/NorseMythologyExplained » Folklore Explained: https://bit.ly/FablesExplained » Astrology: http://bit.ly/AstrologyExplained » Messed Up Murders: https://bit.ly/MurderPlaylist ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ ► Social Media: » Twitter: https://twitter.com/JonSolo » Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/JonSolo » Facebook Fan Page: https://facebook.com/TheRealJonSolo » Official Subreddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/jonsolo ► Join the Official Channel Discord: » https://www.patreon.com/JonSolo ► Send Fan Mail to: » SoloFamMail@gmail.com ► Business: » biz@MessedUpOrigins.com (Business Inquiries ONLY) ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ ▼ Credits ▼ » Researched by: Steven Merrell https://twitter.com/StevenMerrell5 » Edited by: Jon Solo » Written & Directed by: Jon Solo ▼ Resources ▼ » my favorites: https://messeduporigins.com/books » The Oxford Dictionary of Nursery Rhymes: https://archive.org/details/oxforddictionary0000unse_s0p8/page/n5/mode/2up?q=muffet » Songs for the Nursery: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_Miss_Muffet » Explanation for Cushion Dance: https://www.litres.ru/book/eckenstein-lina/comparative-studies-in-nursery-rhymes-24712537/chitat-onlayn/page-3/ » Another source of the Cushion Dance Explanation: https://www.jstor.org/stable/4521201 ▼ Art Sources ▼ » If I used your art in any portion of this video please send a message to my business email with proof that you're the original artist so I can give you credit! #messeduporigins #nurseryrhymes #folklore
Few marine creatures have perplexed and surprised scientists as much as the octopus, and recently the iconic eight-armed creatures were in the news after a bustling octopus nursery was discovered in the deep sea. To tell us more, Mainstreet's Oceans Guy Boris Worm joined host Jeff Douglas in Studio A.
Jonah from Family Tree nursery returns to helps us care for our investment of trees, plants and shrubs when the weather gets so hot. Great information and once again alot of fun.
On today's episode, Jeff Helms, communications director, traveled with producers as part of the Greenhouse, Nursery and Sod division tour.The Alabama Farmers Federation Dairy Educational Meeting is July 26 at 10 a.m. The event will be held at Darrell Rankins' farm in Chambers County. Dairymen and others with interest in the industry are invited to attend. RSVP to Federation Dairy Division Director Colton Christjohn at email@example.com.Be sure to check out Alabama Ag Credit and Alabama Farmers Federation.
Today my guest is Abby Wing, an owner, designer and builder here at Rozet Nursery. Abby spent 17 years in the San Francisco Bay area before moving out here to Tucson, there she pursued formal education, including her California Naturalist Certification, and acquired experience working with a number of gardeners, herbalists and contractors. Here at the nursery, Abby specializes in sustainable design, medicinal and edible plants, rock work, custom pots and gardens for children. She's joining us today for our second episode focused on backyard birds and native plants that might attract them. For more about what's going on at Rozet Nursery, please checkout their Instagram: @rozetnursery For some pictures of the plants we discussed, a few nursery visitors and the Gila Woodpecker, please check out the podcast's Instagram: @lookingatbirdspodcast Chapters00:00 - Intro00:34 - Rozet Nursery Avian Visitors02:59 - Abby's Background with Birds05:49 - Bird of the Episode: Gila Woodpecker11:33 - Native Plants: Saguaro, Blue Palm & Yuccas14:05 - Tip: Water Drainage Test20:02 - Next plant: Brahea Armada / Mexican Blue Palm20:38 - Tip: Deep Watering24:17 - Native Plants = Velvet Mesquite + Blue Palo Verde27:14 - Tip: Planting Proximity29:03 - Tip: Mulching33:15 - Native Plants: Yuccas 34:14 - A bit about Rozet Nursery40:43 - Upcoming events at Rozet Nursery43:03 - OutroThank you for listening!
Why are my leeks brown inside? Should I cut the wispy stems off my wisteria? Why do I kill over 50% of the plug plants I've purchased? The GQT team are back to answer all of these questions and more from Winterbrook, Oxfordshire. Prepped to solve a series of plant problems are botanist Pippa Greenwood, Head of Science of the University of Oxford Botanic Garden Dr Chris Thorogood, and garden designer Chris Beardshaw. Alongside the questions, GQT panellist, Pippa Greenwood visits Merlin Brook-Little at at Nicholson's Nursery to discuss all there is to know about plant screening. Producer: Bethany Hocken Assistant Producer: Rahnee Prescod Executive Producer: Hannah Newton A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4
Respect matters says Julie Pham, PhD. But it's also relative, subjective, and contradictory. It's complicated. Her book 7 Forms of Respect: A Guide to Transforming Your Communication and Relationships at Work makes the case that respect is all about honing our curiosity practices. Inward curiosity to unearth our own feelings about respect, and outward curiosity to help us discover and deliver what others need and want. A tool kit for navigating relationships and staying focused on what matters most. Learn more about Julie Pham's work at CuriosityBased: https://curiositybased.com Check out 7 Forms of Respect: https://formsofrespect.com Theme music by Sean Balick. "Zig Zag" by The Nursery, via Blue Dot Sessions.
A little girl named Marguerite receives a very special gift on her Birthday - A beautiful doll named Lilu. They love to dance together but had no music with which to do it. Her Step-Mother may have a brilliant solution! Find out what it is on this week's Fairytale's With Granny MacDuff! Granny has a new Read-Along Book! You can read The Little Teapot along with Granny! Available now on Amazon at the link below: https://a.co/d/hGY0ekT For more Granny, follow her updates at the links below! https://www.instagram.com/fairytalepodcast/ http://storicmedia.com/fairy-tales-with-granny-macduff See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hi friends -- Tessa and Ellen chatted with Szilvia Molnar and she had wonderful things to say about her new book, The Nursery, literature that makes you uncomfortable, mental health, and about the urgency to "stitch yourself back together after birth" and what she learned between her first and second pregnancies. Buy The Nursery hereRead Ellen's Fleishman essayxxThe Good Moms
L.A. City Council to meet Friday regarding Councilmember Curren Price corruption charges. KFI's Blake Troli reports about City Council update. Saving the P-22 starts with a Nursery with millions of hyperlocal seeds and bare bones. A newborn giraffe in North Carolina given a name by votes.
BONUS #7: Today we're doing a solo episode for a Purely PREGNANT update from all that went down in weeks 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35 & 36 of my pregnancy. Here's what we cover...What I'm doing to prep for laborNursery final touches: cribs, baby monitors, finalizing our baby inventoryNon stress tests & other third trimester updatesBabymoon in Santra BarbaraUpdates on my induction and low platelet levels Anything referenced on this episode can be found below: Twin Baby Shower Recap LINKEDCheckout my favorite maternity fashion HEREAmazon Pregnancy Faves LINKEDTwin Pregnancy Reveal to Family LINKEDGender Reveal to Nick LINKEDRESOURCES:Check out the PurelyYou LibraryGrab your 21-Day FREE Trial of PurelyYouTo shop all things PurelyPope, Alysia's favorites, eBooks, Amazon, etc., click HERETo connect with Alysia, click HERETo stay up to date with #ThePurelyPodcast, click HERETo schedule a COMPLIMENTARY 1x1 Health Coaching Consultation with Alysia, click HEREFor a chance to win a 1 month subscription to PurelyYou, rate, review & subscribe to the podcast + send a screenshot to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for being here, tune in every Thursday for new episodes! #ThePurelyPodcast
In this week's episode of the Mic The Gardener - Gardening Podcast, I chat with friend and nursery owner, Ruth Goudy. Ruth is one of the owners of the Kiln Farm Nursery in Kesgrave, Ipswich alongside husband Paul. We chat about: How the nursery came about How it grew and developed into the thriving business it is today What is entailed in running a successful garden centre What are the future plans for the garden centre? And lots, lots more. It's a fascinating insight into garden centres, which we, as avid gardeners frequent in the hunt for good, quality plants and garden supplies for our gardens. My thanks to Ruth for her time. You can find out more about Ruth by following her popular Instagram page @theflowerwriter. and, you can find out more about me by following my Instagram page @mike_thegardener. Please don't forget to follow/subscribe, and if you are able, please leave a review. Thanks for listening. Mike
One mid-summer's day, ten little fairies danced in a ring of stones under the wise, old elder tree when suddenly, Dahlia smelled smoke. Her pet hawk, Jupiter swooped in to help as the fairy queen told all the animals how they could help alert their forest and field friends. Everyone jumps into action including Dahlia. A very touching story about friends helping each other in a moment of need. Perfect for children ages 3 to 7About the Author: Mary NataleMary has been a teacher of young children for many years. She studied at the Institute of Child Study in Toronto, and upon graduating with her Ontario Teacher's Certificate and Diploma in Child Studies, she began working in a private setting, telling stories and engaging children in artistic activities. After teaching Kindergarten at the Toronto Catholic District School Board for ten years, to her delight, she discovered Waldorf education and has been working at the Toronto Waldorf School for the past sixteen years as an Assistant in the Nursery and Kindergarten programs. “It was not until I began assisting in the Waldorf Early Childhood programs, where my soul was fed each day, that I began to write children's stories.” Mary lives in Toronto with her husband, two sons and two spoiled dogs - Joey and Charlie.Follow along on Instagram @we_nurture
An aging Teapot learns to accept her imperfections, and to appreciate her gifts, but when she has to re-invent herself once last time it proves to be more challenging than ever. Will The Little Teapot be able to find her new place in life? Find out on this week's Fairytales With Granny MacDuff. Granny has a new Read-Along Book! You can read The Little Teapot along with Granny! Available now on Amazon at the link below: https://a.co/d/hGY0ekT For more Granny, follow her updates at the links below! https://www.instagram.com/fairytalepodcast/ http://storicmedia.com/fairy-tales-with-granny-macduff See omny.fm/listener for privacy information.
Visiting a great nursery is inspirational. Colors and textures draw you in, and wish-list plants beckon to you from the benches and displays. You may even encounter a plant that you can't live without, even though you've never seen it or heard about it before. Join Danielle and Carol as they stroll the aisles of a favorite Rhode Island nursery and chat about their favorite finds. Expert guest: Sarah Partyka is the owner of The Farmer's Daughter, a garden center in South Kingstown, Rhode Island. Danielle's Plants 'Copper Harbor' juniper (Juniperus horizontalis 'Copper Harbor') Sensational!™ lavender (Lavandula x intermedia 'Tesseract', Zones 5-9) ‘Nickel Silver' dyckia (Dyckia ‘Nickel Silver', Zones 8-11) ‘Shiloh Splash' river birch (Betula nigra 'Shiloh Splash', Zones 4-9) Carol's Plants ‘Venusta' queen of the prairie (Filipendula rubra ‘Venusta', Zones 3-8) Agave-leaf sea holly (Eryngium agavifolium, Zones 6-9) ‘Eastern Star' white wood aster (Eurybia divaricata ‘Eastern Star', Zones 3-8) ‘Purpleleaf Bailey Select' American hazelnut (Corylus americana ‘Purpleleaf Bailey Select', Zones 4-9) Expert's Plants ‘Purple Knight' calico plant (Alternanthera dentata ‘Purple Knight', annual) Cardoon (Cynara cardunculus*, Zones 7–10) ‘Limelight' licorice plant (Helichrysum petiolare ‘Limelight', Zones 9–11) ‘Kudos Mandarin' agastache (Agastache ‘Kudos Mandarin', Zones 5–9) ‘Xanthos' cosmos (Cosmos bipinnatus ‘Xanthos', annual) ‘Profusion Double Deep Salmon' zinnia (Zinnia ‘Profusion Double Deep Salmon', annual) Balloon plant (Gomphocarpus physocarpus, Zones 8–10) ‘Black and Blue' anise-scented sage (Salvia guaranitica ‘Black and Blue', Zones 7–10) ‘Kudos Yellow' agastache (Agastache ‘Kudos Yellow', Zones 5–9) ‘Aromatto' basil (Ocimum basilicum ‘Aromatto', annual) ‘Emerald Falls' dichondra (Dichondra repens ‘Emerald Falls', Zones 7–11) Expert's plants: Container 1 1. ‘Purple Knight' calico plant 2. Cardoon 3. ‘Limelight' licorice plant 4. ‘Kudos Mandarin' Agastache 5. ‘Xanthos' cosmos 6. ‘Profusion Double Deep Salmon' zinnia Container 2 1. Balloon plant 2. ‘Black and Blue' anise-scented sage 3. ‘Kudos Yellow' agastache 4. ‘Aromatto' basil 5. ‘Emerald Falls' dichondra To see more of Sarah Partyka's beautiful pollinator-friendly containers, check out her article from Fine Gardening issue 206: https://www.finegardening.com/project-guides/container-gardening/6-beautiful-pollinator-container-garden-designs .
Are you in the nursery game? Perhaps you work in a sector that relies on the nursery industry?In this episode, nursery industry expert Bruce Durant gives us an insight into the nursery industry, including tips and tricks for people in the production, wholesale and retail sectors of the nursery industry.Bruce is a sales rep for Arborgreen, this episode's sponsor. Check out previous episodes I've created in collaboration with Arborgreen, Ep. 154 Innovations in the tree industry with Marc Jarvis and Ep.60 How to plant trees like a pro with Jason Gooden.EPISODE LINKSArborgreen's website: https://www.arborgreen.com.au/Arborgreen's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/6608939/Arborgreen's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pg/arborgreenlandscapeproductsBruce's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bruce-durant-09152260/ Search for horticulture jobs: HortPeople.comFOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIATwitter: @PlantsGrowHere / Facebook: @PlantsGrowHerePodcast - Join our Facebook group!VISIT OUR WEBSITEwww.PlantsGrowHere.comYou'll find heaps of educational blog articles, including How To Prune For Natural Shape, What Relationships Do Plants Have With Other Organisms?, and What Is Healthy Soil, And How Can We Build It?.LET'S WORK TOGETHERAre you in the industry or an enthusiast with something of value to share? We're always on the hunt for interesting people, doing interesting things. If you'd like to work with us send a message via our online form or a direct email to email@example.com.
Philippe reunites with the Princess after many years. He comes bearing bad news … the evil wizard has escaped. With the help of a goblin called Pit Pat, Philippe and the Princess set out to stop the wizard's evil plot. Will they arrive in time? Find out on this week's Fairy Tales With Granny MacDuff. For more Granny, follow her updates at the links below! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0PFSJ0TMiWs3_KrMsj9UDQ https://www.instagram.com/fairytalepodcast/ https://www.storicmedia.com/fairytaleswithgrannymacduff See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Plant Cunning Conference Info: https://buildwithmaple.notion.site/Plant-Cunning-Conference-Sept-9-10-2023-b7b505f1d48b414ebc02e7eb75ea54b0 In this episode we interview Ken Asmus of the legendary Oikos Tree Crops. Find him here: https://oikostreecrops.com/ --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/plantcunning/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/plantcunning/support
Princess Marie meets Philippe, the son of a noble warrior, who is trying to escape an evil sorcerer. He asks the princess for her help in vanquishing him. Will they succeed? For more Granny, follow her updates at the links below! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0PFSJ0TMiWs3_KrMsj9UDQ https://www.instagram.com/fairytalepodcast/ https://www.storicmedia.com/fairytaleswithgrannymacduff See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A farmer sends his sons to protect his field from a mysterious trespasser who keeps eating all of his grass. One by one his sons fail until the youngest, Alastair, conquers his fear and braves the terrible sounds coming from the field. And when he finally meets who has been eating all of the grass, young Alastair goes on an adventure he never could have imagined. Find out on this week's Fairytales With Granny Macduff! For more Granny, follow her updates at the links below! https://www.instagram.com/fairytalepodcast/ https://www.storicmedia.com/fairytaleswithgrannymacduff See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Cornelius the Groundhog is excited to end hibernation and soon go back to school. But when his mother must leave him to forage for food, Cornelius is left in the care of Mrs. Squirrel. Not happy about this, Cornelius decides to go off on his own … a choice he soon regrets. Will Mrs. Squirrel come to the rescue? For more Granny, follow her updates at the links below! https://www.instagram.com/fairytalepodcast/ https://www.storicmedia.com/fairytaleswithgrannymacduffSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Katherine's Telling Everybody Everything about Fred's nursery tour and being slammed by a cheeky four year old. She regrets turning off microphone access to several 'listening' apps and we receive updates from the foot fetish guy's girlfriend, the traumatic birth experience, and the lady using a sperm donor while dating a new man. Plus, your letters. x Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
A fading King asks his most faithful servant, John, to raise his heir and show him every nook and cranny of the castle hidden - except for one thing - the chamber at the end of the long gallery which keeps a portrait of The Princess of the Golden Dwelling. He asks John to protect the prince from seeing the enchanting painting. Can John keep the young King safe? For more Granny, follow her updates at the links below! https://www.instagram.com/fairytalepodcast/ http://storicmedia.com/fairy-tales-with-granny-macduffSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's our third installment of shows about the origins of Mother Goose nursery rhymes. Spoiler alert: Many of the real stories are hard to pin down. Research: Cheadle, Roberta Eaton. “Dark Origins – Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush.” Writing To Be Read. https://writingtoberead.com/2021/06/30/dark-origins-here-we-go-round-the-mulberry-bush/ Historic UK. “More Nursery Rhymes.” 4/15/2015. https://www.historic-uk.com/CultureUK/More-Nursery-Rhymes/ Halliwell-Phillipps, J. O. “Popular rhymes and nursery tales : a sequel to the Nursery rhymes of England .” London : John Russell Smith. 1849. Howard, Jennifer. “The Realities Behind the Rhymes.” Washington Post. 6/11/1997. https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/1997/06/11/the-realities-behind-the-rhymes/9fbd7d36-4bb9-4fc0-af38-58fbe3fb7e43/ Ker, John Bellenden. “An essay on the archaiology [sic] of popular English phrases and nursery rhymes.” London. Whittaker. 1834. https://archive.org/details/b29309670/ Littlechild, Chris. “The Egg-Citing Truth Behind Humpty Dumpty.” Ripley's. 7/4/2019. https://www.ripleys.com/weird-news/humpty-dumpty/ Opie, Iona Archibald and Peter Opie. “The Singing Game.” Oxford University Press. 1998. Opie, Iona and Peter. “The Oxford Dictionary of Nursery Rhymes.” Oxford University Press. 1997. Overstreet, Mikkaka. “10 Disturbing Nursery Rhyme Origin Stories to Celebrate Nursery Rhyme Week.” Book Riot. 11/4/2021. https://bookriot.com/nursery-rhyme-origin-stories/ Seaver, Carl. “The Strange Historical Origins of the Humpty Dumpty Nursery Rhyme.” History Defined. 1/24/2023. https://www.historydefined.net/humpty-dumpty-history/ Tearle, Oliver. “A Short Analysis of the ‘Hickory Dickory Dock' Nursery Rhyme.” Interesting Literature. 9/2018. https://interestingliterature.com/2018/09/a-short-analysis-of-the-hickory-dickory-dock-nursery-rhyme-history-origins/ Tearle, Oliver. “A Short Analysis of the ‘Sing a Song of Sixpence' Nursery Rhyme.” Interesting Literature. https://interestingliterature.com/2018/10/a-short-analysis-of-the-sing-a-song-of-sixpence-nursery-rhyme-origins-history/ Thomas, Katherine Elwes. “The Real Personages Of Mother Goose.” Lothrop, Lee & Shepard. 1930. Wood, Jennifer M. “The Dark and Mysterious Origins of 10 Classic Nursery Rhymes.” Mental Floss. 10/28/2015. https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/55035/dark-origins-11-classic-nursery-rhymes See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today Nick Ferguson joins us to tell you how you can save thousands of dollars and perhaps even earn as much or more by setting up your own homestead nursery. We will talk about the how, the what, the why … Continue reading →