My Garden Podcast - Season 2

My Garden Podcast season two. Spring is in the air and have-a-go gardener Penny Haslam is back with a brand new season of her gardening podcast. They'll be new episodes each Friday from 5th March 2021. 

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Season 2: Episode 1

Penny's returns for a new season and gets to work chitting some Casablanca earlies.  That means letting them sprout to get them stated. She also prepares a new veg box with composted horse manure. It sparks childhood memories of her dad shoveling horse sh*t off the drive. This week's guest gardener is Andy Wright from the Lodge Garden in Cheshire, England. Episode page and transcript.

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Season 2: Episode 2

Penny tidies up a flower bed by giving her salvia bushes a trim. This week's guests are garden blogger Rebecca Schwab from New York and Hannah Powell from Essex, UK

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Season 2: Episode 3

Penny plants a new pyrocanthis hedge and her pets get involved in a garden stand-off. This week's guest is small space gardener Gabby Woodward from London. Episode page and transcript.

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Season 2: Episode 4

After a failed crop of tomatoes last season, Penny decides to give them another go. This week's guest is gardener is Angi from Essex in the UK. 

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Season 2: Episode 5

Penny's potatoes go into the ground after a call to her dad for planting advice. This week's guest gardener is Audrey from South Wales in the UK.

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Season 2: Episode 6

Penny has grand plans for a growing garden bed and starts by planting out delphinium. This week's guest gardener is Shannon from New Jersey, USA.

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NEW! Be a guest gardener on My Garden Podcast season two

We'd love to hear about your garden, why not appear as a guest on my gardening podcast.  Just record yourself as a voice memo on your phone, follow this template:

"Hi I'm (your full name) from (your town and country)" Important! Include your country.

"This week in the garden I've been... ( e.g What you are up to, what's growing, what are you struggling with). If you'd like to see pictures of my garden follow me (@your twitter account)."

That's it. Keep it short, under two minutes and then just email it to hello@bitfamous.co.uk