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Colah B
Black in the Garden
The podcast that resides at the intersection of Black Culture and horticulture in a world where all the garden fairies and most of the gnomes are white. Hosted by millennial black plant enthusiast and self proclaimed Plantrepreneur, Colah B Tawkin. 'Conversations WILL be had' on a range of topics that directly influence and impact black plant keepers as we blackily impact and influence the world. Follow @blackinthegarden in IG and Tune in weekly! Send any questions, concerns or feedback to [email protected] Support this podcast:
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 123 ratings
This is the perfect podcast for anyone with an interest in plants, gardening, and horticulture seasoned with humor, culture and love for her people. I have thoroughly enjoyed listening.
19snb79 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/10/21
Not A Plant Guy But…
I’m not a plant guy, in the least. But I do appreciate her approach to horticulture: it’s much more about “The Culture” than it is a scientific breakdown of plants and soil. Not that science is bad but I ain’t there yet. I’m just here for the jokes and plant talk from people who look and sound...Read full review »
kearneyjr via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/11/21
Cuz Is Doing Her Thing🪴✊🏾
I’ve loved seeing the growth of this podcast everything from the art to the conversations are so on point. Colah B is constantly leveling up and making shifts in the culture.
Christin Riddick via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/10/21
Recent Episodes
Colah checks in to answer a burning question by tapping into the WHY with a critical piece of the Black in the Garden origin story and Kwanzaa principle du jour. Thanks, Soil Cousins, for tuning in during 2021 and cheers to ringing in 2022 along with Season 5 of our podcast.
Published 12/28/21
Published 12/28/21
Colah is joined by CoHost and ethnobotany expert, Derek ‘the chocolate botanist’ Haynes to explore the questionable ethics of chocolate cultivation.👀They want you to think twice before you take your next bite.🍫
Published 10/30/21
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