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Saturday, May 19, 2012

Tomorrow on The Weekend Gardener!

The Weekend Gardener - May 20th


Big show tomorrow! Join me from 11 to 1 pm Atlantic (10 to noon EST) on News 95.7 fm, News 91.9 fm and News 88.9 fm - or if you're too far away, just go to www.news957.com 

We're going to talk bugs - slugs, red lily beetles, cabbageworm, potato beetles, butterflies and any other critters you want to discuss - with Ingrid Hoff, expert from www.gardenseast.ca magazine! (Plus, we'll give away a 1 year subscription to this awesome magazine!)

Also, Bev McPhail from the HRM gardens will join me for a preview of their upcoming open house and tell us what we can expect to see in the local city gardens.. (hint - more veggies!!)

Marie Iannotti, the author of the great new book, The Beginners Guide to Growing Heirloom Vegetables will join me to talk veggies!! (love her new book - we'll have one to give away if producer Meghan can pry it from my hands)

Finally, we'll also find out about pallet gardening in the Maritimes with the experts at www.offthewallurbangardens.com!

Hope you'll join us too..



After the show, I'll be at Bloom Greenhouse and Garden Centre from 2 to 3:30 pm talking veggies in pots, taking your garden questions and signing copies of The Year Round Vegetable Gardner.. Come say hi!



5 comments:

  1. Do you think a podcast will ever be made of your show, Niki? I'm usually at work when it comes on... :(

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  2. Ah great question Sarah.. feel free to contact the station and tell them! :) www.news957.com Maybe the more requests, the more likely?? :)

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    1. You bet! I've only ever caught snippets here and there and today's episode sounded like it was a good one. :)

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  3. I echo Sarah's comments. It is a shame that one can't access the program later in the week. News 957...please do this.

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    1. You should email them, too! They won't know what the demand is unless we write to them. :)

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