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Simple Garden Life
The Simple Garden Life
A program dedicated to keeping the art of gardening simple, fun, and always rewarding. Hosts Jim and Mary Competti have been writing, speaking and sharing their love of gardening for the last decade. Co-owners of the popular blog and co-authors of Growing Simple and Raised Row Gardening, they take an enthusiastic approach to giving solid, straightforward advice on growing everything from vegetables, to perennials, annuals and more!Each week, Jim and Mary take on a new gardening topic with gusto, taking the listener through the how and why's of gardening, along...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.6 stars from 14 ratings
So helpful
What a great podcast. It is just what I needed. Informative, intelligent and non abrasive.
Lorrainepaints via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/30/21
Simple but practical and useful
I love their blog at Old world garden and discovered the podcast. Love how well everything is explained
AhujaFamily via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/27/21
Looking forward to hearing more!
Fellow Ohioan here and I’m just starting out with my own vegetable garden and your site and podcast are just what I was looking for.
Fantastic Ham via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/23/21
Recent Episodes
Jim and Mary take a look at how to plant and maintain a perennial crop of asparagus. Asparagus can grow and produce for 20 years or more, but the key to success is planting it right from the start! See where to locate your crop, select the right varieties, how to prepare the soil, and when and...
Published 01/24/22
Published 01/24/22
Jim and Mary are back for Season 2 of the Simple Garden Life Podcast. Listen as they talk about the benefits of saving egg shells and coffee grounds in the winter, and how to use them to power your soil and plants this spring and summer!
Published 01/10/22
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