Stephanie Rose: The Regenerative Garden

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STEPHANIE ROSE: THE REGENERATIVE GARDEN

ON BIG BLEND RADIO: Master Gardener and award-winning author Stephanie Rose discusses her new book, “The Regenerative Garden: 80 Practical Projects for Creating a Self-sustaining Garden Ecosystem.” Watch here in the YouTube player or listen/download the podcast on Spreaker, PodBean, SoundCloud.


“The Regenerative Garden” is a guide to working with nature, instead of against it, by employing permaculture techniques to create a garden that is not just more beautiful and productive, but also more resilient. Whatever the size of your space, from a tiny patio garden to a big backyard, and whether you grow food, flowers, shrubs, trees, or a combination of all, The Regenerative Garden is here to help you become a better, more eco-conscious gardener.

The 80 featured projects include step-by-step instructions on how to:
Employ intensive planting to reduce weeding and watering chores
Use living mulches to amend the soil
Build self-watering planters and wicking beds to reduce water use
Install a rain garden to catch runoff
Plant a wildlife hedge to support creatures and create a windbreak and noise buffer
Compost projects and systems to repurpose waste on-site
Make a butterfly migration station to support pollinators of all sorts


A healthy, organic, regenerative garden is a perfect example of a self-sustaining ecosystem; everything works in tandem, is intricately connected, and comes full circle to create its own never-ending cycle of life.

Stephanie is the founder of the popular website GardenTherapy.ca and is an award-winning author (Garden Alchemy, 2020) and a student and teacher of organic gardening and permaculture, who aims to encourage better living through plants. More: https://gardentherapy.ca/

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Stephanie is the founder of the popular website GardenTherapy.ca and is an award-winning author (Garden Alchemy, 2020) and a student and teacher of organic gardening and permaculture, who aims to encourage better living through plants.

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