Season 1 Episode 2 - July 18, 2022

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We hope everyone is having a great summer so far.  The weather has finally been summer-like and the plants are all responding.  Still weather can create a lot of problems for us as gardeners.  Snow, ice, heat domes and excessive rain are just a few of the problems we have encountered in the past couple of years. 
This week on the podcast we talk about the extreme weather changes and how the gardener can deal with the different climate challenges.  Snow, rain, freezing temps are a challenge and we talk about what you can do to deal with it. We also talk about 'Zonal Denial' and using plants, including indoor plants, that might not fit in your climate 'zone', in your garden.
A couple of the links we talked about in the show include these.
Drought tolerant trees - https://extension.oregonstate.edu/collection/trees-shrubs-drought-tolerance
Regional Water Providers Consortium - https://www.regionalh2o.org/water-conservation/outdoor-water-conservation

Waterwise plant guide - https://www.regionalh2o.org/sites/default/files/Waterwise Plant Guide 2020.pdf
You can also check out our past stories on weather related problems in the garden and how to deal with them by checking out our archive at http://gardentime.tv/archive.htm. Just type in the problem you are having and the past stories will pop up.  You can also check out all our videos on our YouTube channel here, https://www.youtube.com/user/GardenGuy06.
Remember to send in your questions and we will address them when we have a chance.
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Happy Gardening!

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