Listen, Watch, Research, Read, and Share.
All the garden info you need in the format you like best.
Because there is so much more to gardening than pretty pictures.
Learn - My Online Gardening Course
Just this year, I introduced my first online course - Beginning Gardener Fundamentals. Learn all the fundamentals to create a thriving edible garden. It's meant for beginners, but even seasoned garden experts have told me they loved and learned a lot from this course. Check out the course page for more details and to be notified when enrollment is open.
Who am I?
Here's more on me (and my TV shows, books and background) and why you can trust that I know my stuff when it comes to gardening.
Listen - joegardener.com/podcast
Each podcast episode is accompanied by photos, links to additional resources and an article to take you deeper. Subscribe through iTunes, Stitcher, Pandora (just about any podcast platform, really) to get new episodes every Thursday.
Watch - joegardenerTV
Each how-to video is short and to the point as I demonstrate techniques and DIY projects - and show you how to create a healthy, sustainable garden and landscape.
Research - joegardener and Growing a Greener World
Odds are good that I have covered any garden topic you need on one or both of my websites. Just enter any keyword into the Search bar of both sites to find it.
Read - joe gardener eBooks
Here are three free downloadable ebooks packed with info on composting, garden tools, and top tips to create your best garden ever this season.
Share - Social Channels
Are you into Facebook? Check out my joe gardener page and my joe gardener group. (My Beginning Gardener Fundamentals group is open to students only.) Part of the Twitterverse? I'm there too - @jogardener
Join - e-Newsletter
When I'm getting ready to work on a new project, I turn to the subscribers of my free e-newsletter to ask "What do you need to know about ...." Plus, I share announcements about new resources and garden information all through the year.
Tomato season is coming! I've tried a lot of different tomato support options, but nothing really held up to my massive heirloom tomatoes. So, I started to build my own. Check out my Ultimate Tomato Cages! They are easy and inexpensive (especially since they will last season after season).
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