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I put out my first bird feeder of the season on Thanksgiving and got the party started. But there's more to feeding the birds than just filling the feeders, like how to keep them safe in the age of increased disease transmission, or how to provide essential water in the coldest months, and of course, much0needed tactics for outsmarting the squirrel…
 
In this episode I talk to guitarist Jacob Binzer from the band D-A-D about their Australian tour, performing with his brother (Jesper), Van Halen, his bassist Stig Peterson’s 2 string basses plus more. "Jihad" "Sleeping My Day Away" If you are enjoying the podcasts and would like to donate to the show where you will receive a thank you on the podca…
 
If I say garden maintenance, you probably think of work—of getting out the pruners and hedge trimmers and such, and subduing any overenthusiastic plants, getting them back into bounds. But what if we thought of maintenance as an expression of creativity, instead of merely restraint—as part of the art of garden-making? What if we figured it into our…
 
In this episode I talk to South African artist Ross Harding about his new EP “Chapter 2” which is available now. We chat about his influences, life in South Africa plus lots more. Ross Harding Website If you are enjoying the podcasts and would like to donate to the show where you will receive a thank you on the podcast please click the donate now b…
 
Winter cold has just finally descended here, and I am already missing the smells of the growing season—from the range of flowers to just brushing up against herbs out by the vegetable garden. Ken Druse is here today to encourage us to extend our season of scentual gardening – that’s S-C-E-N-T-ual as in fragrance, and as in the title of his book “Th…
 
In this episode I talk to Arejay Hale, drummer from “Halestorm” about their tour to Australia in 2023. We also discuss Van Halen, Muay Thai Kickboxing, Fragrances, Mr. Bean plus lots more. Halestorm website If you are enjoying the podcasts and would like to donate to the show where you will receive a thank you on the podcast please click the donate…
 
In this episode I talk to bass player Rasmus Ehrnborn from the band Soilwork about their tour in Australia plus we discuss the new album “Overgivenheten”. Overgivenheten film clip If you are enjoying the podcasts and would like to donate to the show where you will receive a thank you on the podcast please click the donate now button. Every little d…
 
‘Tis the season when I'm making more applesauce to freeze and baking pears for dessert (or for breakfast), so what sweeter topic for today's episode than fruit? Lee Reich, who has written several books on the subject, is here with some fascinating history of the origins of the fruits we love, and some how-to growing advice, too. Lee Reich, who gard…
 
In this episode I celebrate the 200th episode anniversary of the podcast by looking back at some of the guests I had on over the past 5 years. Thank you to everyone that has subscribed and liked each episode :) If you are enjoying the podcasts and would like to donate to the show where you will receive a thank you on the podcast please click the do…
 
In this episode I talk to bass player Dean Back from the band “Theory Of A Deadman” about their tour in Australia and what we can expect from the show plus lots more. If you are enjoying the podcasts and would like to donate to the show where you will receive a thank you on the podcast please click the donate now button. Every little donation helps…
 
In his new book, Wild Plant Culture, restoration ecologist Jared Rosenbaum says something provocative about gardening with native plants. "It's time to expand our vision past supporting birds, butterflies, and bees, and fully integrate the most challenging animal of all, the human being, into our native plant gardens," he writes. So what all would …
 
We’ve all heard the environmentally conscious advice: The way we used to clean up our gardens – extra-tidy, but to within an inch of its life for every unseen beneficial creature out there trying to tuck in for winter – is not the best practice. I’m learning and evolving my approach as I go the last few years, reading up about guidance like “leave …
 
A little tune to help you deal with life and people. *Lyrics* communication is a part of life, That doesn’t you have to come and talk to me, I don’t care if it’s good or bad advice, Your breath smells and I don’t wanna hear the truuuuuuuuuuuth, truuuuuuuuuuuth, You're so rudeeeeeeee, rudeeeeeeeeeee, Hey! Just STFU x9 --- Send in a voice message: ht…
 
A new book I’m reading emphasizes the word watching in the expression bird watching. As in: Don’t be in such a hurry to merely note that you’ve seen a bird, but instead really have a close look at what it’s doing, and discover the facts of its life. The book is called "Slow Birding," and its author is here today to talk about how to be a slow birde…
 
In this episode I talk to Marianne TeBeau who was the home care nurse for Eddie Van Halen in 2018 for 2-3 months. Marianne shares some great stories about her time with Eddie, how she got the job plus lots more If you are enjoying the podcasts and would like to donate to the show where you will receive a thank you on the podcast please click the do…
 
One thing that Ken Druse and I are certain about when it comes to plants: that they will often surprise you, Some grow bigger or stay smaller than the catalog promised, and some are better- or worse-behaved, or tougher or more tender than expected. Some plants that have surprised us over the years, for better or worse, was the subject of a recent c…
 
In this episode I talk to Tommy Cain from the band “Dead City Ruins” about their new album “Shockwave”, supporting KISS and what the band are up to now. Dead City Ruins website If you are enjoying the podcasts and would like to donate to the show where you will receive a thank you on the podcast please click the donate now button. Every little dona…
 
On this episode of Submarine and a Roach, KOJ is joined by a TL fave and they get into: Interests and HobbiesNigeria's Presidential electionsContent creation and NollywoodHating, Dirty Mackin' And navigating the world as a public figure--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/submarine-and-a-roach/message…
 
If I say “English garden,” you probably conjure a mental picture of colorful mixed borders and garden rooms enclosed by hedging. But what's the essence of an American garden? That was what a new book called “American Roots” set out to explore, profiling 20 home gardens around the nation for design inspiration, and also for how-to advice geared to g…
 
In this episode I talk to Orianthi about her new album “Rock Candy” which is available October 14th 2022. We discuss the making of the album and Orianthi gives us a great insight to some of the songs. Pre order the album here You can watch the interview on Youtube: click here If you are enjoying the podcasts and would like to donate to the show whe…
 
On this episode, it's just KOJ talking out his ass on various topics. Listen to him go on about: Canceling TMT and Mayowa for *ALLEGEDLY* celebrating independence day Reaching out to old friends and celebrating with them Jagaban and his Peloton aka Mr. Macaroni on a Bicycle Crying over Manchester United Looking sexy in a Tuxedo Themed birthdays How…
 
Since I took a walk with today’s guest about 10 years ago, I’ve adopted a whole different way of looking at what I might have once seen as imperfections in plants. Now when I spy a squiggle in a columbine leaf or what looks like a green Ping-Pong ball on an oak, instead of thinking “What’s wrong with my plant!” I instead think “I wonder who made th…
 
In this episode I talk to Joona Hasan from Yousician about the latest Metallica course available on Yousician. He lets us know what was involved in developing the course and interviewing the guys from Metallica. Download the app here. If you are enjoying the podcasts and would like to donate to the show where you will receive a thank you on the pod…
 
In this episode I talk to Andrew Bennett, who is the author of the book “Eruption In The Canyon”, about what he is up to now since we spoke last on episode #123 in December 2020. Andrew has some amazing news regarding his footage of Van Halen which I am sure you are all going to love. To purchase the book click here If you are enjoying the podcasts…
 
Becoming a successful vegetable gardener involves a lot of trial and error. As the seasons pass we hopefully get better at it—harvesting not just food for the table, but food for thought too, insights gleaned along the way to guide us to improved outcomes in subsequent growing seasons. I don't know many more passionate vegetable gardeners than Joe …
 
A collection of historic apples that was threatened by disease is having a second act at the New England Botanic Garden at Tower Hill in Boylston, Mass., where a three-year-long restoration of their orchard of 119 antique varieties has just been completed. It's a story of going the distance to see those old varieties into the future in the age of c…
 
In emails received from many parts of the country, I’m hearing gardeners say the same thing: This year has been really hard. Count me in on those voicing that sentiment. Gardeners know first-hand that climate change isn’t something in the future, but something right here, every day, right now. So I was fascinated to start reading about the Climate …
 
In this episode I talk to Jens Anderson from the band “Crazy Lixx” about their album “Street Lethal” plus lots more. Crazy Lixx website Crazy Lixx facebook page If you are enjoying the podcasts and would like to donate to the show where you will receive a thank you on the podcast please click the donate now button. Every little donation helps with …
 
Maybe like I do, you always mean to be better at seed saving, and it gets away from you. Well, right now is the perfect time with pen and paper or your cell phone in hand for making a list to look around the garden for what potential yields are coming up that you might want to grab at just the right stage to make more plants. Ken Druse is here to t…
 
Surprise Submarine and a roach drop! TMT talks to Donawon about how life and his career.How he went from Selling Dashiki’s in school to managing Tems to meeting Drake to fighting the Illuminati, We breakdown what it takes to do what he does and have fun doing it! Enjoy!--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/submarine-and-a-roach/message…
 
Ecological horticulturist Andy Brand can't help himself. He just has to look closely at everything outdoors: every plant, every insect, every process that's unfolding. And he has to take camera phone pictures, too—lots and lots of pictures. These up-close observations aren't just visually compelling, though. They also pull him down a rabbit hole of…
 
I’ve never had a rock garden, I confess. But a new book about a modern and extreme form of the art caught my attention recently. It’s called “The Crevice Garden: How to Make the Perfect Home for Plants from Rocky Places,” and its authors are here today to talk about why you might want to make room for one, and the plants it can support. Colorado-ba…
 
In this episode I talk to Jona Tee from the Swedish band “HEAT” about their new album plus their Australian tour coming up in September. Ticket link here You Tube: "Hollywood" If you are enjoying the podcasts and would like to donate to the show where you will receive a thank you on the podcast please click the donate now button. Every little donat…
 
Hot and dry: That’s the lament of gardeners in most regions in high summer, and also of many plants in their flower gardens. The author of a new book called “The Ultimate Flower Gardener’s Guide” is here to suggest which perennials can stand up best to the test, plus give us some lavender-growing advice – speaking of plants adapted to hot and dry. …
 
In this episode I talk to Jay Hale from from JHale guitars and one of his best customers Charles Lamb. jhaleguitars website jhaleguitars twitter JayHale Youtube Channel Check out the video of the interview here. If you are enjoying the podcasts and would like to donate to the show where you will receive a thank you on the podcast please click the d…
 
I call the phenomenon tomato troubles. You know, the yellow-spotted foliage that falls off, or the plant that produces all those misshapen fruits and yes, the attack of the hornworms, too, when you wake up to a lot of missing leaves one day. Or all of the above. Oops! August is a perfect time to check in with the tomato man himself, Craig LeHoullie…
 
I recently hosted a shade-gardening webinar featuring my friend, Ken Druse. The enthusiastic registration and the outpouring of audience questions that evening reminded me how popular a topic shade is, especially the challenge of dry shade, so I asked Ken to join me on the podcast to talk more about it. Ken is a familiar voice here at A Way To Gard…
 
I’ve been undertaking more native-plant-focused garden transformations in recent years, as I know many of you listening have, too. Today’s guest is a naturalist with a background in landscape architecture who’s been making wildish gardens for decades, both at home and in his public-garden career. Alan Branhagen is here to talk about some of his own…
 
In this episode I talk to Steven Rosen about his new album with his band “Highway Sentinels” which features some amazing guest guitarists including Joe Satriani and Paul Gilbert. Steve also informs us on the latest news of his book “Tone Chaser - Understanding Edward Van Halen” Here is how you can purchase Steve’s book: (all prices are in US dollar…
 
You know how the vegetable garden goes. One day, there are just two green beans ready to pick, and then there are 62 all at once. Famine and then feast. Some of that can be moderated by growing different varieties with different days to maturity or with smaller succession sowings of each crop. But no matter how much planning, it's not a predictable…
 
In this episode I talk to Bill Leverty from the band “Firehouse” for my 5th anniversary of the podcast. We discuss when we first met back in 1995 at the Hard Rock cafe in Jakarta, Indonesia, to my very first episode of the podcast with Bill. We also chat about our hero Eddie Van halen, the music industry plus lots more, Website: www.leverty.com Fac…
 
In this episode I interview vocalist Mike Craig and guitarist Tommy Gibbons from the band “Farewell To Fear” to talk about their album “Polarity”. The guys give us a break down to some of the songs and their influences. Get the album here If you are enjoying the podcasts and would like to donate to the show where you will receive a thank you on the…
 
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