The Alternative Kitchen Garden podcast, produced and presented by Emma Cooper, is all about growing edible and useful plants in an environmentally-friendly way. It is completely free to download and listen to.
For the final episode of the Alternative Kitchen Garden Show for 2011, I’m looking at frost and the effects it has on plants and gardens in temperate climates. I also look back at the successes and failures of 2011, and look forward at some of the changes coming to the garden in 2012.
If you’d like to see the photos of Pete’s Butt City improvements to our rain water collection and storage system, click through to the blog link.
Happy holidays everyone, see you in 2012!
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