On today’s show we have Abbagail Jewel, landscape designer talking all about landscape gardening. Abby is a young entrepreneur who is really excited about helping people plan their vegetable and landscaping gardens. She is passionate about eating local and encouraging people to make a connection with the foods they are eating. We talk about the importance of supporting your local CSA and the farmers around you. Abby gives us tons of tips about how to begin, maintain and harvest your own gardens right at home.
In this episode we discuss:
- Our quote of the day: “Your mind is a garden, your thoughts are the seeds, you can grow flowers or you can grow weeds.” ~ Unknown
- Landscape gardening
- Sustainable agriculture
- Urban farming
- Backyard gardens & gardening
- CSA boxes
- Most resilient types of vegetables and plants
- Planting, maintenance, and harvesting
- The right type of soil and sunlight
- Start doing today
- Marlene’s Question: Hey Plant Trainers, What about tofu??
Links to things we mentioned:
How Much Soy Is Too Much? – Dr. Michael Greger
Tofu vs Tempeh – Dr. Michael Greger
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