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Edible Landscaping - Shared screen with speaker view
Brittany M Goerges
12:30
Welcome! Please enter any questions you may have in the chat. If you have not already received it, the handout is linked here.
Rochelle Steinbruckner
21:37
What types of edibles can be grown in part shade?
Brittany M Goerges
22:31
I believe she touches on that later on in the presentation, if not I will be sure to bring it up.
Shanda Landes
26:47
celosia
Brittany M Goerges
29:07
Thank you
Sharese Beasley
33:39
Hi everybody!
Diana Freese
36:28
The tiny bees love the cilantro when it blooms.
Joe Zweber
42:00
have you used cover crops in place of mulch?
Jennifer Ericson
54:45
what tomato varieties do you like for containers?
Patty Anderson
55:19
You mentioned growing gourds. Is there a certain type that grows best in zone 3b? I thought our zone was too short for them.
Rosalind Johnson
55:25
Wild strawberries make a good “green” mulch.
Susan Mandery
56:13
If I am watching at home, is there a way to get the handouts?
Brittany M Goerges
56:59
Hi Susan, it should have been emailed to you as an attachment, or it is linked in this chat.
Martha Youngblood
01:00:38
Do deer eat poppies?
Ann Nemitz-Gooijer
01:01:02
what do the 'footies' over the apples protect against?
Patty Anderson
01:02:33
Where can these kind of Azaleas be purchased?
Anthea Herring
01:06:09
What roses would you suggest?
Jennifer Ericson
01:06:37
was there are a slide with book recommendations I missed?
Anthea Herring
01:07:14
Secondly, which is the best protected side for winters up here?
Jackie Froemming
01:07:38
Great presentation!
Mona Haag
01:07:53
How do you keep the deer away from your raspberries, or do you have so many plants that you don't mind sharing?
Sheila Boldt
01:08:10
Can't wait!! This is awesome, thank you!
Diana Freese
01:08:46
Thanks for sharing all the information. I have done some edible landscaping in the past, but with your suggestions and ideas, I will do more.
Sheryl Peterson
01:08:54
Excellent. Can the presentation be accessed after the program. Has it been recorded?
Shanda Landes
01:09:11
Thanks for the presentation!
Pam Kertzman
01:09:36
thank you! Great presenation!
Mona Haag
01:09:53
Just a comment regarding the Haralred Apple tree- we have had one for over 20 years and the last 4 or 5 years it has gone from every other year production to the east side of the tree bearing one year and the west side bearing the next year, so we have them every year now!
Judy Grau
01:10:02
Thanks from Minneapolis
Carla Johnson-Rownd
01:10:25
Is it still safe to eat an apple with the warm paths?
Mona Haag
01:10:36
Great presentation, thank you!!
Anthea Herring
01:11:36
What varieties of roses?
Anthea Herring
01:12:01
Which is the best protected side for winter?
Anthea Herring
01:13:08
Hopefully Mister Lincoln is on the list
Anthea Herring
01:22:00
This one said 4b
Anthea Herring
01:22:07
Which is my zone in Wisconsin
Anthea Herring
01:22:40
I’m English
Anthea Herring
01:22:46
So not a packer fan lol
Anthea Herring
01:23:18
Roses need fragrance for me
Anthea Herring
01:23:28
Thank you!
melissa lundeen
01:23:28
Thank you for the great presentation!!
Anthea Herring
01:23:37
Yay!
Jennifer Ericson
01:24:05
thank you, very interesting!
Patty Anderson
01:24:34
Thanks so much! I love these webinars so much!!!!
Anthea Herring
01:24:37
Thank you SO very much!