Top Gardening Tips & Tricks from Our Affiliates

Top Gardening Tips & Tricks from Our Affiliates

Top Gardening Tips & Tricks from Our Affiliates 944 640 Eco Garden Systems

Get to Know Our Affiliate Gardeners and Their Brilliant Gardening Tips and Tricks

Are you getting as excited as we are for spring planting? To celebrate the next gardening season, we wanted to let you know about some awesome gardeners. Their content is full of gardening tips and tricks for both new and seasoned gardeners. Get to know them (and why we love partnering with them).

Epic Gardening

Kevin Espiritu started gardening in 2011, when he lived in a condo. He wanted to garden but didn’t have a lot of space, so he got creative with homemade hydroponic contraptions. In 2013, he started his website and now reaches millions of gardeners in 100+ countries. Check out the video Kevin did where he set up his Eco Garden System and see what he planted (he loves peppers!). Kevin also has an excellent daily podcast that’s only a few minutes long but chock full of tips; listen in to some of his latest episodes for spring inspiration, like 3 Easy Seed Starting Tips.

Things Green

We were so fortunate to meet Master Gardener Nick Federoff and film a full episode of Things Green with him. Based in Los Angeles, Nick has been talking about gardening on the radio Saturday mornings since 1986 and hosts Things Green on PBS. His radio show reaches people across the entire country, and Nick travels coast-to-coast trying to solve gardening issues. Check out his Facebook page for gardening tips and live streaming of his radio show.

The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener

Using the motto “Grow with us,” Joey and Holly Baird are committed to helping the average person learn how easy it is to grow their own food. The married couple live near Milwaukee, WI and plant all over their property in everything from the ground to straw bales to raised garden beds, including many successful harvests in their Eco Garden. Their weekly live radio show runs from March through October. Check out their two-minute gardening tips; if you’re thinking of growing your own seeds and herbs indoors right now, they have quick gardening tips and tricks for you.

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Frau Zinnie

Jen McGuinness is a blogger who loves sharing her personal gardening experiences. In 2009, she started ripping up the expansive lawn of her new home and planted flowers and vegetables instead. While she grows in zone 6b, her tips are applicable to gardeners in zones 5-7. Jen often shares her experiences growing in her Eco Garden right on her driveway, a place she never thought she could grow food. Check out her blog for insights on wildlife preservation and growing your own ornamentals and edibles. Her garden calendar is particularly helpful for keeping you on track with your gardening goals each month.

Black Girls with Gardens

This digital collective, run by Jasmine Janae, is dedicated to providing answers, tips, and inspirations to women of color interested in gardening. Check out their site for information on gardening basics, edibles, indoor gardening, and more. Here’s a great article on using seeds vs. transplants in your garden.

Big City Gardener

Run by Master gardener Timothy Hammond, Big City Gardener is a .25 acre urban farm with poultry and a 9,000 square foot warehouse where he grows mushrooms and other produce. Timothy and his team also help people with garden design, installation, maintenance, and consulting. Check out their blog for lots of gardening tips and tricks, like this post on the health benefits of gardening.

The Rusted Garden

Gary Pilarchik grows vegetables in Maryland in zone 7 and he records every step of his growing process to share with his followers. His short and to-the-point videos have helped millions of viewers grow better vegetables. This year he also plans to discuss goats and homesteading. Gary sells seeds and other garden supplies on his website and runs a gardening blog. Check out this video on growing lettuces and greens throughout the winter.

Tell us: Who do you follow off this list? What’s your favorite gardening tip from them? How will you #GardenDifferent this season?

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