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June Podcast: Edible Flowers and Garden Coach Christina Salwitz

June 3, 2010

It’s June, and the flowers are blooming wildly and smelling divine. So, we’re devoting part of this podcast episode to eating flowers. Hear Teresa O’Connor and Jayme Jenkins discuss some of their favorite edible flowers, and get quick harvesting, preparing and safety tips.

Our special guest is Christina Salwitz, a professional garden coach who lives near Seattle, Washington. Don’t miss her interview with Jayme, where she explains exactly what a garden coach is … and how to use one effectively.

Push the big, round orange play button to hear more about edible flowers and Christina Salwitz.

Based in Renton, Washington, Christina Salwitz is a home garden training specialist, horticultural guidance counselor and cheerleader. But her friends and clients know her as the PERSONAL GARDEN COACH. Over the years, she has led numerous Technical College courses and seminars for garden clubs; appeared on radio shows; and written articles for gardening publications. Christina was also a buyer and merchandiser for world-class nurseries for more than 20 years.

Look for Christina on Twitter @Arcadia1 or on her Personal Garden Coach blog.

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Big announcement, we mean HUGE!  We are now on iTunes.  Take us everywhere you go: the garden, in the car, the plant nursery or doing chores.  The possibilities are endless.  Go grow something!

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  1. personalgardencoach permalink
    June 3, 2010 7:49 pm

    Thank you SO much for having me on your show! It was really fun. On a show related note, I have made the recipe with the Fennel and Oranges and I have to say that it’s wonderful. Way to go on the I-Tunes score!
    Thank again and looking forward to many more successful podcasts. :-)
    Christina Salwitz
    THE Personal Garden Coach

  2. June 3, 2010 9:03 pm

    How fun to hear the voice and thoughts from @Arcadia1, who I follow on Twitter!

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