The Garage Gardeners Radio Show
Garden Radio to Help You
Garden Beyond Your Zone
Live garden talk radio for zone-pushers and season extenders
The Garage Gardeners Radio Show is a garden radio show that talks to gardeners who are creative zone-pushers and season-extenders.
It's hosted by two “garage gardeners” who use their garage to push their own gardening boundaries. Steve stores his dormant fig, lemon, and brugmansia plants in the garage over the winter, while Emma gets an early start with tomatoes on the garage roof.
This show is about creatively gardening beyond your zone.
It’s about “upzoning” your garden.
Grow Figs in Cold Climates
September 5, 2018
Join us on the next episode of The Garage Gardeners Radio Show as we speak with William Muzychko of Bill’s Figs in Flemington, New Jersey.
He has over 180 varieties of figs which he grows in a climate where they would not normally survieve without winter protection.
- Tune in live Wednesday Sept 5, 2 p.m. (ET) on RealityRadio101
Quick Facts: The Garage Gardeners Radio Show
- The Garage Gardeners is hosted by two extreme gardeners who use their garage as a season extender: 12-year-old garden writer and speaker Emma Biggs, and her father, horticulturist and author Steven Biggs
- The show airs on the first Wednesday of every month at 2 p.m. (ET)
- It broadcasts live on internet-based RealityRadio101
- We talk to home gardeners and professionals who are zone-pushers and season-extenders
- Regular segments: Tomato-Talk with Emma, and Biggs-on-Figs with Steven
- Have a question for our guest? E-mail us before the show and we'll try to cover your question
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