From The Ground Up

The Practical Gardener is now the primary program in up North State Public Radio's homegrown suite of gardening and food-themed programs featuring essays, interviews and conversations. From The Ground Up airs Saturdays at 7:34 a.m. and Sunday at 8:34 a.m.

 

In this episode of Edible North State, Earl Bloor talks to Brandon Miller of Comanche Creek Farms, off Highway 99 outside of Chico, and Nathan Johnson, the chef and owner of The Kitchen Table restaurant in Chico.   

On this episode of In a North State Garden, Jennifer Jewell talks about poison oak.

In this episode of The Practical Gardener, amid mandatory water restrictions, Pam Geisel talks about ways to conserve water in your garden. 

On this episode of In a North State Garden, Jennifer Jewell talks about the early burst of life and color in the garden this spring as well as the April calendar of gardening events. 

In this episode of The Practical Gardener, Pam Geisel talks about fruit thinning — thinning your fruit trees for size, quality and health. 

On this episode of In a North State Garden, Jennifer Jewell talks about the springtime spectacle of hummingbirds. 

On this episode of In a North State Garden, Jennifer Jewell talks about how she's changed as a gardener as she's gotten older, as well as about the March calendar of gardening events.

In this episode of The Practical Gardener, Pam Geisel talks about planting citrus trees to not only add beauty to your garden, but also delicious, edible fruit.

In this episode of In a North State Garden, Jennifer Jewell talks about the resourcefulness and resilience of plants, and gardeners, in wintertime. 

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