My top 5 most listened gardening podcast episodes of 2021
My top 5 most listened to gardening podcast epsodes of 2021. I started My Garden Podcast in spring 2020 and it's always great to look back and see which episodes you've enjoyed most. Here's the top 5 most listened to gardening podcast episodes.
No.1 most downloaded gardening podcast - Joey leave it!Season 1: Episode 21- 4022 downloads
I've got a pet springer spaniel called Joey who likes to follow me around the garden and generally get in the way. In this episode, I reflect on my place in the dog ownership pecking order. This has been my No.1 all-time most listened to gardening podcast.
No. 2 most played gardening podcast - Tomato EmergencySeason 1: Episode 3 - 3784 downloads
In 2020 I had a stab at growing a variety of tomatoes called Alicante, it was a complete disaster. In my No. 2 most listened to gardening podcast episode, I call in Delia, my mother, to help get to the root of the problem.
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No. 3 most heard gardening podcast - Corona wildflower meadow of hopeSeason 1: Episode 11 - 3320 downloads
I planted a large patch of wildflowers as the world went into lockdown. In this episode, I reflect on the success of the project. It's a consistently popular episode with listeners.
No. 4 most listened gardening podcast - Best of My Garden Podcast season oneSeason 1: Bonus episode - 2615 downloads
Childhood memories of peas, more dog trouble and planting strawberries in the pouring rain make up this compilation of my favourite gardening podcast episode of season one. Includes episodes: Peas Please, Joey Leave it! Plus Strawberry Shortcut.
No. 5 most listened gardening podcast - Peas pleaseSeason 1: Episode 12 - 2247 downloads
Did you enjoy the best of episode? A snippet of Peas Please has already appeared in my chart. Here it is in full - growing peas prompts childhood memories of my parents garden.