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This week on We Dig Plants, hosts Carmen Devito and Alice Marcus Krieg are talking cold climate gardening, which is appropriate considering the latest snowstorm in NYC! Kathy Purdy, owner and publisher of Cold Climate Gardening, a specialized blog, joins the hosts talking about how she became interested in gardening and developed a successful green thumb in Upstate NY where temperatures can plummet to 30 degrees below zero! After the break, Kathy shares one of her fondest gardening mistakes and also what she is looking forward to gardening in particular this growing season. Tune in for more! This program was brought to you by Cain Vineyard & Winery.

"I started a blog in 2002 mostly to share what I'd found out the hard way but also, hopefully, to find other people who could give me a hint or two." [8:17]

"I'm always looking for something that will either bloom earlier or bloom later than what I've already got... just trying to make the growing season a little bit longer." [22:20]

--Kathy Purdy on We Dig Plants


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Get in the Thanksgiving spirit by traveling in time on a brand new episode of We Dig Plants! Carmen DeVito and Alice Marcus Krieg are joined by Kirk Ryan Brown, Vice President of the Garden Writers Association, who channels the legendary John Bartram and Frederick Olmsted! Hear about these two horticultural legends join in on a conversation about Thanksgiving, plants, democracy & land use - from the redwood forests to the gulf stream waters! This program was brought to you by Fairway Market

"I cannot pass a plant that I haven't experienced and wish to have the wonder of it to come home and live with me in my garden. My wife suspects me and feels sometimes I overlook her!" [14:00]

"I can look back over many seasons and se all those mistakes and how many more we are compounding them with as we pass by." [12:00]

--Kirk Ryan Brown on We Dig Plants


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This week on We Dig Plants, Carmen DeVito and Alice Marcus Krieg are joined by writer, teacher, traveler and researcher Dr. Allan Armitage. Allan is a renowned horticulturist who teaches online courses and has developed a popular app called Armitages Greatest Perennials and Annuals. Tune in as they reflect on the state of horticulture, gardens around the world and the next generation of gardeners! This program was brought to you by Cain Vineyard & Winery.

"Horticulture has never been sexy. It is in fact lower today than it's been in some time, but having said that I am quite optimistic that we will continue teaching horticultural students for years to come..What has happened in horticulture is that it's been merged with plant science. Botany and all sorts of other things get thrown in the bag so horticulture is diluted" [14:00]

"There are 5 books on gardening for dummies and each one is over 200 pages. What self respecting dummy is gonna read that stuff?! We've gotta make it simple." [18:00]

--Dr. Allan Armitage on We Dig Plants


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