We are taking a couple of weeks off and so this week we offer a few clips from past episodes. A bouquet, if you will from our first episode, where we talk about what makes gardening in the Pacific Northwest unique, from episode #7, where we answer some of our listeners questions and episode #9, recorded at Molbaks Cafe, where we take up the question of planting bare root plants. Just in time for fall planting.
Say, a garden is one very tangible place where you might feel that tug that tells you you are taking root, that this must be the place, this is home. That is Steve’s project for the fall at Town Hall. When did you know the place was your home? How did you know? Was there one incident or many that finally left you feeling rooted?
Over the next few weeks, Steve will be asking you for your stories of Home, where it is, why it’s home and how you came to be home? Look and listen for his requests at A Dry Rain and over on his Facebook Page.
A Dry Rain gardening Podcast is:
Greg’s Vashon Island Friend Daryl Redeker provides the music.