Lil’ Suburban Homestead: Fall Gardening Tips from Mike the Gardener

fall gardening tips from Mike The Gardener_Lil'Suburban Homestead with Karen LynnOctober 16, 2014:  Mike the Gardener from Average Person Gardening.com is a wealth of gardening knowledge and Karen Lynn and him jump right into an excellent conversation regarding all things gardening and Mike shares some fall gardening tips.  In addition to fall gardening Mike shares some nuts and bolts of gardening and even a light bulb idea for Karen Lynn!

Mike is a regular guest poster at Lil’ Suburban Homestead and a podcaster himself who speaks on numerous topics on gardening as well as being an experienced speaker you will be engaged from the moment he starts sharing his gardening knowledge!

No matter where you are on your gardening journey this is a show you will definitely want to take a listen to!

 

Show Resources:

Average Person Gardening Click Here! 

Visit Mike The Gardener on Facebook Click Here!

Follow Mike The Gardener on Twitter Click Here! 

Join Mike’s Seeds Of The Month Club Click Here!

Listen to Mike The Gardener’s Podcasts Click Here! 

Karen Lynn’s Brussel Sprout Recipe Click Here!

 

Have an idea or a question for the show contact Karen Lynn at lilsuburbanhomestead@gmail.com

Lil’ Suburban Homestead: Plants with Benefits with Helen Yoest, Author

helen yoest author of plants with benefitsSeptember 25, 2014:  Karen Lynn has Plants with Benefits Author  and Gardening/Herb expert Helen Yoest on the show and they discuss the beautiful aroma of plants what they were actually designed to do and how herbs can help keep Karen Lynn’s marriage of 25 years spicy or any marriage for that matter!

Helen and Karen Lynn have the love of plants and gardening in common and Helen inpsires and encourages all who listen some of her simple strategies for gardening and about her fun job in the gardening magazine industry!

This show will excite you and inspire you to learn more about the plants you are working with in the garden and to see how they are affecting your senses!  Come join us!

Show Resources:

Meet Helen – Click here!

Helen’s Yoest’s Facebook Page Gardening with Confidence – Click here!

Helen Yoest’s Blog – Click here!

Order Gardening with Confidence or Plants with Benefits – Click here!

Have an idea for question for a show?  Contact Karen Lynn at lilsuburbanhomestead@gmail.com

Lil’ Suburban Homestead: Interview with The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener

The Wisconsin Vegetable GardenerAugust 28, 2014:  Karen Lynn interviews Holly Baird at The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener and it’s all about gardening and canning today!  Both Holly and Karen Lynn share a passion for gardening and canning and their enthusiasm is definitely contagious!  Join in on the gardening and canning conversation!

Holly and her husband Joey share video tutorials and an online digital Gardening magazine at the Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener and Holly shares a ton of knowledge and resources.

If you love gardening and canning make sure to tune in to this show!

Show Resources:

Have an idea or a question for a show?  Email Karen Lynn at lilsuburbanhomestead@gmail.com

 

Lil’ Suburban Homestead: The Making of Our Greenhouse

the making of our greenhouse Lil' Suburban Homestead May 22, 2014:   Join Karen Lynn for her show this week as she shares their journey in “The Making Of  Our     Greenhouse” she shares that they should call their greenhouse “The Mostly Recycled Greenhouse”.   They   saved materials, and stumbled upon some major finds that they were able to re-purpose and then  later       during the show her husband “The Viking” in her life answers questions on how they built the  greenhouse   and why?  They built their greenhouse  for approximately $300 to $400 dollars and so can you!

 

Have you always wanted to have a greenhouse?   Then this is the show for you!

Karen Lynn ends the show sharing a tune from one of her favorite local bands “Massive Grass” the song she chose to share is called “Leave it alone” the message is to do let Mother Nature do her thing.  Check out Massive Grass on their Reverbnation site here!

Show Resources:

The Making Of Our Greenhouse

A Virtual Tour Of Our Greenhouse In January

The Hobby Greenhouse Tour Was Successful

Our Story Was Featured At Old World Garden Farms

Our Hometalk Post – The Mostly Recycled Greenhouse 

Questions or have an idea for a show?  Contact Karen Lynn at lilsuburbanhomestead@gmail.com

*Massive Grass gave permission for their music to be played on this show.

Lil’ Suburban Homestead: Spring Gardening Preps & Gardening Tips

spring gardening preps with Karen Lynn and the VikingApril 17, 2014:  Join Karen Lynn for her show this week as her husband the Viking joins the show as a special guest and weighs in on important gardening topics such as “Soil Amendments, Composting, and Mulching” and add his own brand of humor to the show as well.

They will answer some questions from readers as well as weave in a story or two as the couple shares their struggles and successes with gardening on their ⅓ of an acre in suburbia.

 Show Resources:

Early Spring Planting & A Garden Day

Colonial Raised Bed Garden Reveal

Spring Fever & More Winter Clean Up

Help The Beez Pleez Facebook Page

Questions? Feel free to email Karen Lynn at lilsuburbanhomestead@gmail.com

Lil’ Suburban Homestead: Getting started on a more sustainable lifestyle

LSH-1-2-GraphicApril 10, 2014: Join Karen Lynn for her show this week as she shares how her and her family got back to “The Basics”.   Today she will be focusing about how their first steps into leading a more sustainable life included starting a small garden, eating out of that garden with garden recipes, making homemade laundry soap, and hanging their clothes out to dry.

In this episode along with Karen Lynn sharing their journey back to “The Basics”  she will include some humorous stories and anecdotes along the way!

Show Resources:

It’s Wash Day

Our Pomegranate Tree and Why You Should Plan For An Edible Landscape

Is Your Yard An Edible Arrangement

Information Regarding The Right To Dry Movement!

Zucchini Medallion Recipe