There is nothing like fresh produce from your own garden. Lois Chaplin of Bonnie Plants joins me in the One Acre Vegetable Garden to discuss proper soil and growing techniques as well as a program designed to get third-graders involved in gardening.
Love apples, wolf peaches, tomatoes! Whatever you call them one thing is for sure – Americans are obsessed with homegrown tomatoes. In this podcast of the P. Allen Smith Radio Show I speak with tomato grower extraordinaire Alan Leveritt about his best growing advice and the Arkansas Grown program that connects local farmers with consumers.
Do you love ice cream? How about a scoop of Muscadine Ginger or Dunbar Gardens Fresh Lavender? Those are the flavors we’re eating in Little Rock this summer. Loblolly Creamy is serving up ice cream inspired by Arkansas flavors and made with local ingredients.
Despite being the smallest state in the union Rhode Island packs a big punch in architectural design, beautiful landscapes, with a rich horticultural history. While I was at the Newport Flower Show was I caught up with some of the Preservation Society of Newport County members who are keeping this “Eden of America” alive and well. Listen to our conversation in this podcast of the P. Allen Smith Radio Show.
We’re talking chickens today with one of my favorite poultry enthusiasts Lisa Steele who has a website called Fresh Eggs Daily. As a fifth generation chicken keeper she has a lot of helpful information about raising birds. I really appreciate her efforts to teach both newcomers and established flock owners how to use traditional, natural methods to care for their chickens.
During this podcast of the P. Allen Smith Radio Show we’re going to empower you with information that will help save money for a college education.
Our local farmers’ markets are filling up as we roll into summer. It’s the perfect time to introduce you to one of central Arkansas’s family-run farms. Bob Barnhill of Barnhill Orchards is with me to discuss his farm and one of my favorite fruits, the strawberry.
In this podcast of the P. Allen Smith Radio Show we are talking about old timey practices that endure today because they help sustain the environment. And we picked the perfect place to talk about the topic – Old Salem Museum and Gardens.
This podcast of the P. Allen Smith Radio Show is tea-rific! My guests are Bruce and Shelley Richardson of Elmwood Inn Fine Teas in Kentucky. Bruce and Shelley talk about the history of tea and the types of tea. Rhea Roberts is in the studio as well to talk about the Quapaw Quarter Association Tour in downtown Little Rock.