We are incredibly excited to launch a new way to “talk” gardening with you today with our first ever podcast entitled “How To Grow The Best Tomatoes On The Block!”
For years, we have thought about creating a weekly show to cover garden topics with a little more personal approach. One that can be a great additional resource to the articles found here on the blog.
And don’t worry – even if you are not familiar with podcasts, we have some easy ways below to listen to today’s episode on tomatoes. And, all of our future weekly episodes too. In fact, to hear today’s first show – you can simply click on the play button below – or hit the download button to download and listen to it whenever you want!
Talking Tomatoes – And All Things Gardening!
One of our favorite things to do is to speak to garden groups and at garden conferences. There is just something different about getting to cover a topic verbally – like growing great tomatoes!
In today’s episode, we take you through the entire process of growing tomatoes. From planting, mulching, fertilizing, pruning and harvest.
For us, talking allows us to inject more enthusiasm, more details, and more information. And even better, a little more fun and humor from time to time. After all, gardening is supposed to be fun and enjoyable. Not stuffy and boring.
But most importantly, we get a chance to go beyond just words on a piece of paper or computer screen to really connect. And that is something we are looking forward to with our weekly podcast more than ever!
How To Hear Our Weekly Garden Topic Talks
First and foremost, we will still be writing all of our weekly articles like growing tomatoes for sure. This is just an extra way to bring a little more to followers of the blog.
We have spent the last 6 months researching and listening to every garden pod cast we could find. All in hopes of finding the best way to bring you solid garden advice in an easy-to-listen to format.
Just so everyone knows what to expect, here is a look at the format of the show. First and foremost, it is 100% free for all to listen. That is and will always be most important for us.
Each episode will be around 30 minutes in length. Many will cover specific topics like today’s episode on growing the best tomatoes ever. But we will also cover dividing perennials, planting, fertilizing – and, well, you get the picture!
We will even from time to time interview fellow gardeners and garden experts on hot garden topics. What we hope most is to really provide some great information, in a really fun way.
How It All Works
You can listen and download our weekly podcast in all kinds of ways. If you are familiar with podcasts platforms, we can be found for free on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon Music / Audible, Spreaker, Boxcast and many more.
There you can download each talk and listen whenever you like. You can also subscribe for free on your favorite App to get each new release.
You can also always to SimpleGardenLife.com where all of our weekly shows like today’s episode on growing the best tomatoes ever can be played whenever you want.
If you are not familiar with podcasts, you really should take a look. There are so many incredible programs out there that are great to listen to. Both Mary and I love listening to podcasts when we walk, or when mowing or working in the garden.
It’s actually quite easy to sign up on any of the Apps mentioned above. All you do is search for what you like, hit the download button, and the program is downloaded to your device to listen to whenever you like.
One thing is for sure, we hope you will head over and give our first episode a listen today! For more on growing the best tomatoes ever and all kinds of garden articles, check out our Garden Advice section on the blog.
Happy Gardening and Listening! – Jim and Mary.
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