103: DeBorah Prince on Learning How to Garden from the Internet
Gardening has been DeBorah Prince’s passion and therapy for over 20 years. She grows a huge range of fruits and veggies from asparagus to zucchini, makes her own compost and vermicompost, and her latest project is building a chicken coop. She lives in New Jersey and has been married for 23 years with a big family of 8 children and 15 grandchildren.
Come listen to the delightfully upbeat gardener tell us how she decided to just start gardening and learned how from the internet and books. She explains how the food available today is not real food, and why that matters to her family. You can’t help but laugh with her as she tells us why she named her urban farm and why everyone should name theirs.
DeBorah helped organize a screening in her town of the film Can You Dig This?. Check out this trailer:
DeBorah’s favorite gardening book:
Carrots Love Tomatoes: Secrets of Companion Planting for Successful Gardening by Louise Riotte
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