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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Okay, this episode is for all the Plant Nerds out there with a capital “P” and “N”. This behind-the-scenes tour with Chad Husby, Botanical Horticulturist at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Gardens is nearly 30 minutes (yes, I said a half hour) of pure plant palaver. Husby drops knowledge bombs like trees drop leaves in Autumn and we highlight over 30 plant species, (more than 1 per minute!), which should keep you hooked to the screen. I should also say that I’m not in frame this time around b/c I was totally a one-woman show on this interview, so you’ll hear me chiming in off camera. I could have easily turned this into a 3-part episode—as Chad took me through well over a hundred species—but decided to keep this brief but meaty, particularly for all the folks who INSIST that I must have longer episodes (Believe me, you’re in the minority)! Alright, hope this satisfies your plant urges! Oh, and this episode is lovingly produced by Michael Chu-A-Kong, Founder of The Rloveution, who thoughtfully gave to my Kickstarter for How to Make a Plant Love You: Houseplant Masterclass. __ Homestead Brooklyn’s Plant One On Me is an informal question-and-answer series on all your green home and gardening tips as well as insider tours, interviews and travelogues. Questions get sent in via here—below the videos, on Instagram @homesteadbrooklyn #PlantOneOnMe, or Facebook @summerrayneoakes and @homesteadbrooklyn. ——————————– Cool Stuff ↴ ——————————– ➨ Support the upcoming Houseplant Masterclass: http://bit.ly/2FfNxle ➨ How to Make a Plant Love You Book launching 2019 http://bit.ly/2HEr99t And want to be kept up-to-date with all the great giveaways, gardening news, and latest videos and blogs? ——————————– Follow/Sub ↴ ——————————– ▶ Subscribe to YouTube: https://bit.ly/2y1TSym ▶ Weekly Vlog: https://bit.ly/2ReiUDl ▶ Instagram+IGTV: https://bit.ly/2R60nsJ ▶ Facebook: https://bit.ly/2QkpKWq ▶ […]

17 Comments

  • Louise B 6 days ago

    I so enjoy these Fairchild garden videos.

  • Theong Han Tan 6 days ago

    Thanks alot for sharing

    Cheers

  • Marg Catulong 6 days ago

    wow love it

  • Sketch n Steez 6 days ago

    How many times does this man blink in a day

  • The Great Awk -ward 5 days ago

    Loved this episode! I want to make a lil plushie version of the Fairchild rep that was showing Summer around. He's absolutely adorable!

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  • Sam's Signature Series 5 days ago

    They love hybrids ughhhhh

  • Zeynep Selcuk 5 days ago

    That was awesome!

  • Pepe God 5 days ago

    3:28

    "There've been a few plants escape-"

    Me: oh plants escape…wait..wha-..how?

  • Roya Surachman 5 days ago

    I love to eat the fruit of salacca magnifica. The taste is sweet and sour

  • Nayda Klein 5 days ago

    I think everything is wonderful and I am sure the thumbs down are for the music that comes all of a sudden breaking the peacefulness of your videos and voice. The world is a constant “nails on the blackboard” for us with misophonia. I really hope plantarina doesn’t decide to put music in her videos.

  • Monster1200Err 5 days ago

    …..neeeeed a Greenhouse 😉 love it

  • lily joe 5 days ago

    My another favourite.

  • pete thegreat 5 days ago

    This was an awesome presentation with Chad. Thanks for this informative and beautiful video.

  • Iceman cometh 5 days ago

    Would somebody please buy that man a hamburger he talked about what he had to do in a week no wonder he's so thin he worked himself to death. In Japan they talked about people renting a bed in like a wall of pods for them to just sleep in. I can't wait till they do that here I'd totally get me a bed to sleep there at night. And hey, you guys form a line, everybody get behind me no cutting in line!

  • HeartMagnet 5 days ago

    Would liked to have seen more of the plants than the grower.

  • Edward Littlefield 5 days ago

    Amazing tour and so many species!

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