P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
Explores earth-friendly gardening methods, international trends, recipes for fresh garden produce, innovative public garden designs and how to adapt them for the home, and classic garden plants makeovers by plant breeders.
P. Allen Smith's Garden Home Previous Broadcasts
Kids, Kids and More Kids (Episode #1307H)
KQED Life: Mon, Mar 23, 2015 -- 1:00 PM
Kids and broccoli aren't traditionally a match, but studies show that if you teach children how to grow vegetables, they are more likely to eat it. Learning about their food sources will also lead to healthier lifestyles as they grow up. That's why P. Allen Smith is a big advocate of getting kids in the garden. Plus, meet some kids who are raising chickens in the city and learn how to design a kids room that easily adapts to their changing styles.
- KQED Life: Sat, Mar 28, 2015 -- 1:00 PM
The Unusual (Episode #1306H)
KQED Life: Mon, Mar 16, 2015 -- 1:00 PM
We grow accustomed to things we see every day, the things we're comfortable with. But it's a good exercise to go beyond our comfort zones and explore things that are a little unusual. From unique planters, obscure wall hangings or a pizza topped with a fried egg, this episode explores the uncommon and unconventional.
Escape to the Garden (Episode #1305H)
KQED Life: Mon, Mar 9, 2015 -- 1:00 PM
Stress is a small word that can have big effects in terms of our health and overall well-being. Did you know the American Institute of Stress says 80% of workers feel stress on the job and nearly half of all workers say they need help learning how to manage stress? Never fear. Escape to the garden with P. Allen Smith as he shares his garden stress relievers including yoga poses specifically designed for gardeners.
Embracing The Backyard (Episode #1304H)
KQED Life: Mon, Mar 2, 2015 -- 1:00 PM
With more and more people doing "Stay-Cations" it makes sense to put a little time and effort into your outdoor living space. A little grilling, a little relaxing and a few chickens. Come on... Did you really think P. Allen Smith would do a show about embracing the backyard and NOT have chickens?