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Category Archive: Gardening

Mar 02

EGT 008 – Playing in the Dirt

Now that you’ve figured out what you’ll grow and how you’ll grow it, it’s time to get dirty! In this episode, Tim and I talk about the advantages and disadvantages of planting in-ground, in raised beds, and in containers. Not sure what I did to the sound on this one but, unfortunately, I managed to …

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Feb 22

Seedling From Seeds

Timo's Seed Starting Setup

To go with Episode 7, here is how my little seed starting setup looks like. Pretty, isn’t it? The purple is coming from the fact that I am using aquarium lights with UV output for the fluorescent tubes, and an LED for the white light. The reflective barier is a cheap car window reflector I …

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Feb 16

EGT 007 – Seedlings versus Seeds

Tim and I continue our gardening discussion by looking at the work (or lack thereof) and benefits of planting from seeds and seedlings. Listen Now: Download: EGT: Episode 007 Intro Music: “Bullseye”, from the album Imperfect by Dan Kirk Outro Music: “Cabin Fever”, from the album Imperfect by Dan Kirk If you like the intro/outro …

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Feb 03

EGT 006 – It’s Time to Garden!

In this episode, Tim and I tackle the most basic question when it comes to gardening: what should I plant? Listen Now: Download: EGT: Episode 006 Intro Music: “Bullseye”, from the album Imperfect by Dan Kirk Outro Music: “Cabin Fever”, from the album Imperfect by Dan Kirk If you like the intro/outro music, consider buying …

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Jan 28

Pruning

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Here is a quick link about pruning. Fruit trees are dormant right now, so it is pruning season for most trees. Here is a great, simple resource on the subject from UC Davis: http://homeorchard.ucdavis.edu/The_Big_Picture/Pruning_&_Training/ I am only a few years into learning how to take care of fruit trees of all sizes, and I find …

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Jan 16

Amaranth

Timo Winter Gardening

Here’s a pic of me in the garden after getting back from holiday travels. The tall stuff is amaranth. I had harvested the seeds at the beginning of December, but left the rest of it up for the birds to pick through. They spread “nitrogen” as they visit, and pick off bugs. Plus, they are …

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Nov 26

Some Background in the Backyard

In Episode one, I mentioned my garden being an informative and tasty retreat for me and my family. It will likely come up often in our conversations, so I figured I would post a description of it from a while ago, complete with drawing: http://www.artedetimo.com/2011/11/26/the-urban-orchard/