With lots of enthusiasm and very little know how, Emily and Maddie love chatting about gardening, often with a glass of wine or cocktail in hand. In each fortni...
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E02 - Pip Steele-Wareham Part 1 - Garden at Moorfield
Ep 02 - Avant Gardeners In this episode we give you Part 1 of our chat with our friend, and inspirational gardener, Pip Steele-Wareham who is doing magical things at her property Moorfield @The_Garden_At_Moorfield in Victoria. A lot of this week's chat is about her and her husbands Hugo's previous property Little Oak and the challenges and successes they had there. We speak about Pip's approach to gardening (find what you love, and grow that), her obsessions with soil, and if -nay, when - rhododendrons will come back into fashion. It's a juicy little Episode, and we'll be back in a fortnight with Part 2. What we're drinking Chatto Pinot Noir, 2021. Bloody delish References worth looking up Milkwood Permaculture The Garden at Moorfield As always, find us on Instagram @avantgardeners.podcast, and please rate, review and subscribe wherever you're listening to this podcast.
E01 - Digging for treasure - Emily & Maddie
Hi, and welcome to Avant Gardeners. In this episode we give you an intro into the lives of Emily and Maddie, two friends who live, play and garden on Melukerdee country in Tasmania's Huon Valley, with varying success. Both have unexpectedly landed on properties, with vast gardens, and very little know how. In future episodes we'll be inteviewing others, but in this episode it's all about us. What we're drinking Merry Spiced Cherry Amaretto Sour (based on this, recipe but with home made cherry sugar syrup inspired by Verona Stands, and aquafaba) References worth looking up Serious Backyard Vegetables, a past course by Milkwood Permaculture Matthew Evan's carrot top pesto recipe, available in The Commons Animal, Vegetable, Miracle by Barbara Kingsolver
With lots of enthusiasm and very little know how, Emily and Maddie love chatting about gardening, often with a glass of wine or cocktail in hand. In each fortnightly episode, we speak to people who inspire us in the garden, in order to unearth some much needed knowledge.