The Sodshow, Garden Podcast

11 February, 2019
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Garden Podcast: Sodshow, Listeners Question Time

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On This Episode of the Garden Podcast:

painting by: monicavernayart.com of The Two Spots Coffee/ Sodshow mug with bag of Bang Bang roast

This is The Sodshow Garden Podcast listeners question time.

Over 2 episodes Lee Connelly sits down with Peter Donegan to ask all of the questions that you the listeners decided to ask.

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5 February, 2019
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Garden Podcast: Ed Burnham

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Ed Burnham is the brains behind Burnham Landscaping, based in London. In business since 2011, The Burnham team have built no less than 13 Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) gardens, their most recent being that for former guest Naomi Ferret Cohen at RHS Chelsea 2018.

The image above is from 2018 when Ed dropped by a garden I was realising in France and, though Ed and his team are due to build a garden with me at RHS Cardiff, this interview is not about that. Instead it is all and very much about Ed and what he, actually does.

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28 January, 2019
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State of the Garden Podcasts, 2019

On this weeks garden podcast:

On this weeks episode of the garden podcast, a look at the other garden podcasts that are out there and not so much this one. Some have a large bag of dollars, some not mentioned in this at all (it’s not a list), and others are just hard working class heroes to borrow a John Lennon line who really, just love the gardening bits – and – if you like them and the cut of their jib, then get on the happy boat.

Not that this was produced in a rush, but I’ve to pack for an early flight and some stuff to do with the real job so I’ll keep this text short. Drop me a line if you need anything. X

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23 January, 2019
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Garden Podcast: Kate Gould, 2019

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In 2018 Kate Gould competed at Ascot Spring Garden Show, Singapore and at Chelsea. On todays show, Kate’s second appearance on The Sodshow garden podcast, Peter Donegan with Andrew Fisher Tomlin of London College of Garden Design – of which I am very grateful for their support of this show and do please go check out their garden courses – chat with Kate about this, life as a designer, making show gardens work and of course and naturally we deviate entirely off the point.

This episode, whilst a little noisy in parts (Kate was in a petrol station when we called, it happens….. ) is with thanks to London College of Garden Design.

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16 January, 2019
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Garden Podcast: Ken White

On This Episode of the Garden Podcast:

Ken White is the alongside his wife Sarah, is the Co-Founder of Supershoes Charity, that empowers children fighting Cancer in the UK. He is also Managing Director of Frosts Landscapes Construction, which has a heritage of over 45 years, winners of over 60 BALI Awards including the Grand Award in 2015 and is a multi Chelsea medal winning contractor.

Of more recent, he completed the management buyout of Frosts Landscapes with 2 of his fellow directors Adrian Meeker and Fred Perry. Ken is also the past Chairman of the Association of Professional Landscapers and a very good friend of London College of Garden Design who are very much to thank for this episode being pieced together.

Today, episode 400 of The Sodshow garden podcast, Peter Donegan alongside Andrew Fisher Tomlin talks this and so much more.  Continue Reading →