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Join me, Matthew Dressing, and my co-host Joanne Shaw, live every Monday night at 7 p.m. E.S.T., Down the Garden Path on www.realityradio101.com, where each week we bring over 8,000 weekly listeners interesting relevant and helpful topics and industry experts to help them acheive a great garden.

Can’t tune in live? Not to worry. Below you’ll find an ever-growing library of past episodes for you to download or listen to later. You can also find us on your favourite podcast provider. Don’t forget to like, subscribe, share or leave a comment.


The Latest Episode

On this episode of Down the Garden Path, we’re joined by author and Houseplant Guru, Lisa Eldred Stienkopf as we discuss her third book ‘Houseplant Party: Fun projects & growing tips for epic indoor plants’. Lisa shares her journey writing the book, some of her favourite projects and her amazing wealth of houseplant knowledge with us and our listeners.

Purchase ‘Houseplant Party’ as well as Lisa’s other books and check out her blog at http://www.thouseplantguru.com

Season 6, episode 38: Houseplant Party with Lisa Eldred Steinkopf.
Orignal air date: November 9th, 2020

On this episode of Down the Garden Path, we’re joined by author and fellow podcaster Steven Biggs as we take a look at his latest book ‘Growing figs in cold climates: 150 of your questions answered’. Steven shares the story of how he became a writer, his passion for growing all things edible, and inspires us to grow food where you think you can’t.

Be sure to pick up your copy and check out his other books and podcast at his website http://www.stevenbiggs.ca

Season 6, episode 37: Growing Figs in Cold Climates with Steven Biggs.
Original air date: Monday November 2nd, 2020

On this episode of Down the Garden Path, we’re joined by climate enthusiasts Deborah Pearson and Ginny Colling as we take an in-depth look at the challenges we face each season as gardeners due to our ever changing climate. Deborah and Ginny share their experince and insights from attending Climate Reality Project leadership training led by former Vice President and Nobel Laureate, Al Gore, and share their vast gardening knowledge with us and our listeners.

Season 6, episode 36: Seasonal Climate Challenges with Deborah Pearson and Ginny Colling.
Original air date: October 26th, 2020.

On this episode of Down the Garden Path, Joanne and I look discuss ideas to reduce our environmental impact around the house in our everday lives. We discuss purchasing local products, upcycling, how to recycle e-waste and running shoes and using services like Freecycle, and many other tips and tricks to help you reduce our carbon footprint as global citizens.

Season 6, episode 35: Ideas around the house with Joanne Shaw and Matthew Dressing.
Original air date: October 19th, 2020.

Join us for an encore presentation of ‘October in the Garden’.

On this episode of Down the Garden Path, Joanne and I walk you through the do’s and don’ts in the October garden. We discuss fall lawn care, planting bulbs, preparing the garden for the next season, all the beautiful plants to find the October garden, and much more.

Season 6, episode 34: October in the Garden with Joanne Shaw and Matthew Dressing.
Original air date: September 30th, 2019.


On this episode of Down the Garden Path, Eaarth Feels Podcast hosts Rose Dunn and Christine Polle join us to start a conversation about climate change. Rose and Christine discuss with us what climate change really is, how we are contributing to it, help us make sense of climate change and the meida, and the intriguing reason why Earth is spelt with two a’s.

For more about Rose, Christine, and the Eaarth Feels podcast, check out their website at http://www.eaarthfeelspodcast.com

Season 6, episode 33: A climate conversation with Rose Dunn adn Christine Polle.
Original air date: October 5th, 2020.

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