• It’s time to take the guesswork
out of gardening •
I’ve been there. Gardening can seem intimidating. With so many choices from what to plant, how to care for it, and how to fix whatever goes wrong, it's easy to feel confused and overwhelmed.
I’ve spent most of my professional life in gardens all around the country talking, writing, or filming television shows or videos about them. And always with a focus on demystifying the process, while teaching you everything you need to know about how to be a more successful gardener.
If I was frustrated with the disjointed hodgepodge and quality of information out there, then I knew there were thousands of others that must be feeling the same way.
That’s the main reason I started writing articles, producing podcasts, creating videos and television episodes about the basics of gardening.
What if you had one place you could go, to know the information you were getting was accurate, clear, and easy to understand?
Or, imagine being able to select and download a (really well-done) podcast on the very topic you were curious about? And then take with you into the garden? (It’s almost like having an expert right there by your side). Listen now!
I wanted to create everything you want,
no matter how you like to learn, all in one place,
from a trusted, reliable and knowledgeable source.
Suffice it to say my goal is to be your personal guide on your gardening journey—
no matter how far down the path you’ve gone.
Whatever you’re wanting to know, from the very basics of where to start, to more behind the science of it all, we’ve got the information and a plan to get you where you want to go.
And if by chance you don’t find what you’re looking for, just ask. We’re pretty good at creating content. We got your back. So dig in and let’s get started.
Welcome to joegardener.com.
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