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The Native Plant Podcast

Native Plant Podcast

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Growing from a friendship forged at the Cullowhee Native Plant Conference many moons ago, this rock star trio has brought podcasting to a whole new level. I'm not saying that's a high level, just a new level.
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PLANT NATIVE NEBRASKA

Stephanie Barelman

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Learn more about planting native midwestern plants from Nebraska-based host Stephanie Barelman. If pollinator habitats, conservation, and nature-driven wonder are in your wheelhouse, this is the podcast for you. Come with us as we navigate how to make colorful spaces for humans and wildlife; and talk with experts, aspiring gardeners, and thinkers. You won't want to miss this excellent and helpful content.
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Native Plant Horticulture in Nebraska Episode Introduction In today’s episode, Native Plant Horticulture in Nebraska, we chat with director of conservation at Lauritzen Gardens, Jim Locklear, about the decision-making behind choosing plants for botanic gardens, the crossroads between aesthetic spaces and conservation, and why the preservation of na…
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The Native Patio Garden Episode Introduction In today’s episode, The Native Patio Garden, we go over why Native American plants are important for non-home dwellers to consider, how we can rework container garden philosophy using native plants, and which native plants can hack it in smaller square footage than the average garden. Dive deeper into to…
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Lessons from the Prairie Episode Introduction In today’s episode, Lessons From the Prairie, we chat with Chris Helzer about invasive species, what makes a landscape ecologically resilient, and why we don't have to recreate the past for the present to be meaningful. Host Stephanie Barelman Stephanie Barelman is the founder of the Bellevue Native Pla…
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The Very Real Importance of Pollinators Episode Introduction In today’s episode, The Very Real Importance of Pollinators, we chat with Jennifer Hopwood and Rae Powers from the Xerces Society about the importance of pollinators in what foods make it to our plate, why European honeybees can't do all of the work, and some ways you can help pollinators…
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The Modern Botanist Episode Introduction In today’s episode, The Modern Botanist, we examine what modern gardening can look like within the native plants framework, different tools you can use to get “spec’d out” in your gardening abilities, and why it matters more than ever to bring back gardening as part of a healthy lifestyle. Host Stephanie Bar…
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Native Edible Plants Part 4: Nuts, Blossoms, and Even More Fruits Episode Introduction In today's episode, Native Edible Plants Part 4, we chat with Bob Henrickson about survival foods, how to make native Shirley Temples, and which native plant has been used as a spice for centuries. If you don't like rabbit holes, this episode will be a dangerous …
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The Prairie Herbalist Episode Introduction In today's episode, The Prairie Herbalist , we chat with Rachel Liester about food as medicine, the best herbal salve ever, and how you can grow a pharmacy in your garden. Host Stephanie Barelman Stephanie Barelman is the founder of the Bellevue Native Plant Society, a midwest motivational speaker surround…
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Welcome Back to A Native Plant Every Day presented by Pinelands Nursery. Tom Knezick, Fran Chismar, and Kristianne Goodenough are back for Season 3 as they will try to cram in as much information about each plant as they can in 15 minutes - all while making it a competition. Find out what is new and what to expect this Season.…
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In Rebellion Against the Neat and Tidy Episode Introduction In today's episode, In Rebellion Against the Neat and Tidy, we go over why seemingly perfect gardens are not sustainable and address common garden myths that may prevent you and others from growing native gardenscapes. Host Stephanie Barelman Stephanie Barelman is the founder of the Bellev…
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Today's episode is dedicated to John's Dad (Sam) who despite growing up during World War 2 and living in downtown Toledo, Ohio still managed to raise food for his family through always having a 'victory garden', a practice he carried on his entire life and passed on to his children teaching them the importance of being able to raise your own food.T…
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Softer landings Episode Introduction In today's episode, Softer Landings, we chat with Heather Holm, pollinator conservationist and author, about leaf litter, the mighty oak, and what we can do to make more “habitable” habitats in often underutilized understory. Thanks for listening! Host Stephanie Barelman Stephanie Barelman is the founder of the …
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Native Edible Plants Part 3: Nuts, Blossoms, and Fruits Episode Introduction In today's episode, Native Edible Plants Part 3: Nuts, Blossoms, and Fruits, we chat with Bob Henrickson from the Nebraska Statewide Arboretum about rabbit holes, unripe black walnut liqueur and even more native plants to add to your edible garden. Host Stephanie Barelman …
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Fall in Love with Native Plants Episode Introduction In today's episode, Fall in Love with Native Plants, we go over why not to neglect the three season garden and the many native perennials and grasses you can incorporate for fall interest. Host Stephanie Barelman Stephanie Barelman is the founder of the Bellevue Native Plant Society, a midwest mo…
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Patience, Mistakes, and #gardengoals Episode Introduction In today's episode, Patience, Mistakes, and #gardengoals, we go over common mistakes beginner and even intermediate gardeners can make; the virtues of serenity, patience, and open-mindedness in the garden; and how your best-laid plans can come true. Host Stephanie Barelman Stephanie Barelman…
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Native Edible Plants Part Two: Vegetables, Alliums, and Greens Episode Introduction In today's episode, Native Edible Plants Part Two, we go over some benefits of homegrown food, what native prairie plants make interesting and excellent veggies, some extra benefits these plants provide. Host Stephanie Barelman Stephanie Barelman is the founder of t…
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Prairies, Pragmatism, and Pollinators- Discussing Prairie Up with Benjamin Vogt Episode Introduction In today's episode, Prairies, Pragmatism, and Pollinators, we chat with Benjamin Vogt of Monarch Gardens about reconciliation ecology, the humble dandelion, and messy landscapes. Host Stephanie Barelman Stephanie Barelman is the founder of the Belle…
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Uli Lorimer is director of Horticulture at Garden In The Woods, in Framingham, Massachussettes. Previously, he was curator of Brooklyn Botanic Garden's Native Flora Garden until early 2019. The Delaware native grew up with an interest in all things green, and after receiving an honors degree from the University of Delaware in landscape horticulture…
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Native Edible Plants Part One: Wildflower Teas Episode Introduction In today's episode, Native Edible Plants Part One: Wildflower Teas, we go over some benefits of homegrown food, what native prairie plants make interesting and excellent herbal teas, some extra benefits these plants provide. Host Stephanie Barelman Stephanie Barelman is the founder…
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Wild Seed Project builds awareness of the vital importance of native plants and provides all people with the tools to restore biodiversity in their own communities. They equip community members, public officials and municipalities, and land-holding individuals and organizations – from farmers to land trusts – with the skills and resources they need…
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Demystifying the Native Shade Garden Episode Introduction In today's episode, Demystifying the Native Shade Garden, we go over why we don't need to rely on exotics for these spaces and some native Nebraska plant choices you can inject for some habitat value and beauty in low light areas. Host Stephanie Barelman Stephanie Barelman is the founder of …
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THE DIY PRAIRIE GARDEN Episode Introduction In today's episode, The DIY Prairie Garden, we go over a short breakdown of what a prairie is, some unique medicinal and edible qualities of native prairie plants, how to site prep, and what plants and grasses to use in your very own meadowscape. Host Stephanie Barelman Stephanie Barelman is the founder o…
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Gardening Author and Landscape Designer Owen Wormser drops by to spread some wisdom on eliminating lawn and replacing it with habitat, just like he does in his book 'Lawns Into Meadows, Growing a Regenerative Landscape'توسط The Native Plant Podcast
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Our Wierd Relationship with Insects Episode Introduction In today's episode, we chat with Chris Helzer, director of science for the Nature Conservancy about our misconceptions surrounding bugs, some fascinating examples of bees, beetles, et al., and why we should merge beauty and utility in our gardens. Host Stephanie Barelman Stephanie Barelman is…
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OK, so we're not the most organized people in the world- we're sorry. We originally spoke to Don last year, but in an unfortunate sorting incident, we lost the file for a time. We're very glad to have found it though as it is a wonderful piece of entertainment and education. Garden Designer Donald Pell is known for his use of native plants in the l…
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John & Susana team up to get us started this year by describing a pretty incredible trip to Ecuador over the winter where they visited Antisana and Chimborazo volcanos and the cloudy forest of Papallacta (pronounced- Papayakta). They also update us on co-hosts and joke around a bit while celebrating their 30th wedding anniversary. Thanks for joinin…
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Native Gardens, Happy Soil, and a Green Future Episode Introduction In today's episode we interview Dr. Tyler Moore, associate professor of biology at Bellevue University and President of Green Bellevue about how native gardens influence microbial soil communities, carbon sequestration, the photosynthesis you might have forgotten about since grade …
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Let's Talk Some Midwest Natives Episode Introduction In today's episode we interview Nathan Duffy, owner of Midwest Natives Nursery in Lincoln and dive into what native plants are low maintenance, what cold stratification is, his take on the native plants dialogue, and more! Host Stephanie Barelman Stephanie Barelman is the founder of the Bellevue …
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