Posts Tagged ‘flowers’

After a long winter season we all look forward to the colors of spring. In the past, I have recorded a podcast show on this topic. But what about the sounds of spring? One specific sound tells me that warmer weather is here to stay. Recently, it has been a constant sound near my ponds and...

I will spend the next two months at the river. Yes, I will have a fly rod in my hand but I will be watching the spring blast of color along the river banks. The riparian zone will change every week with new plants and flowers. And yes, a river runs through...

As an optimist, I am always looking on the bright side of life. During the coldest week of winter I see many signs of spring! Personally, I love the winter months but who wouldn’t want the smells and colors of spring? The signs are there. So, let’s go find...

Everyone loves a bargain! Why pay full price when you can keep some extra coin in your pocket. On this show I teach you how to get perennial flowers at a reduced cost. This will pay dividends to your garden next spring and summer. http://joeybeepodcast.com/podcasts/2020/EPEREENNIALPLANTBARGAIN.mp3Podcast: Play in...

Many people think of bees as pollinators but there is a host of organisms that also do this task. You will be surprised about some of these creatures. There are also two non-living environmental pollinators. http://joeybeepodcast.com/podcasts/2020/FPOLLINATORS.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe:...

My property is now ablaze with color. I have been adding perennial flowers and continuously making garden areas for twenty two years. You can create new gardens with a little work and sharing of plants with neighbors and friends. This show will teach you how to do...

Yes, I know it’s fall, but this explosion of yellow color started two weeks ago. It continues through early fall. But wait, aren’t sunflowers finished blooming? Not this variety, and you can eat the root of it! http://JoeyBeePodcast.com/podcasts/1AAAAAAAAJoeyBee-SUNFLOWERSUMMERSURPRISE2.mp3Podcast: Play in new...

The amount of bees in my perennial gardens are at times, non-existent. What is causing a worldwide decline in the bee population? I delve into the problem and discuss solutions that are beneficial to gardeners, farmers, and of course, bees....

This is the time of the year that it is a must to take a walk, run, or bike ride to see all that nature has to offer. Personally, I needed to witness all of spring’s colors so I took ‘nature’s walk of color’. http://JoeyBeePodcast.com/podcasts/1AAAAJoeyBee-NATURESWALKOFCOLOR2.mp3Podcast: Play in new window |...

Has your mailbox been stuffed with seed catalogs before Christmas? There must be a reason. My guest in the studio is organic gardening expert, Inspector Dave. He teaches how to sort through the catalogs and the best method of preparing for next year’s...