Oct 31, 2019
Today we celebrate the gardener who had his home and garden
trashed by the Russian Czar and the poet who wrote one of his most
famous poems under the plum tree in his garden.
We'll learn about the American Landscape Architect who never lived to see the big park he dreamed of, and we'll learn about the horticulturist who...
Oct 30, 2019
Today we celebrate the impressionist Landscape painter who
included kitchen gardens as a subject and the botanist who gave a
speech in 1916 about his four rules of home landscaping.
We'll learn about the English botanist who saved many varieties of Japanese cherry from extinction and the botanist who braved...
Oct 29, 2019
Today we celebrate the botanist who was allowed to tend a garden while he was a prisoner in the Tower of London.
We'll learn about the Pioneer botanist of Tennessee and the botanist who used his love of trees to shape an optimistic view of humanity.
We'll also celebrate Jamie Taggert, the young Scottish botanist, who...
Oct 28, 2019
Today we celebrate the Swiss botanist known as the father of geographical botany and the American botanist who went on a 500-mile nature walk for her honeymoon.
And, just in time for Halloween, we'll learn about the botanist who followed in her father's footsteps to study slime mold.
And, we're coming up on the 200th...
Oct 25, 2019
Today we celebrate the Frenchman who designed the very first secateurs or pruners and the Italian orphan who grew up to discover the corpse flower.
We'll learn about the Dutch botanist who was trying to figure out what was going on with his tobacco plants and made a significant discovery for science.
We'll hear the...