035. Gardener Q&A with Bailey Van Tassel

Bailey opens up her inbox for questions and inquiries. In this episode, she answers the questions and shares a bit more about her personal journey as well as gives specific gardening advice. Bailey addresses when she shifted from city to gardening life, how to get onions going, why your greens aren't growing, how to achieve balance as a mom and gardener, and where she gets her garlic. Some links for mentions in this episode: Fall Gardening Episode 032 for Fall planning The Kitchen Garden Society as a tool for staying organized Dr. Becky Good Inside Dixon Dale Farm for Onions Food in Jars by Marisa McClellan Six Seasons by Joshua McFadden Territorial Seed Co for garlic

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The Garden Culture Podcast is more than just a how-to garden podcast, this is a place where we let the garden inspire our lives, as well as get to know incredible people who infuse their own lives with the magic of nature and gardening. Follow along as we talk about what to do in the garden each month and interview interesting people who weave gardening into their lives. Our host, Bailey Van Tassel, is a home gardener and the founder of a national gardening club. Her goal is to get more people gardening, especially in suburbia and small spaces, as she has. Bailey's mission is to make gardening an American pastime and a part of our innate culture. Her hope is to have more families raise their kids with a reverence for nature and an instinct for growing their own food and flowers.