Alaska’s New Export – Peonies!

chilly root peonies Michelle LaFriniere
Michelle LaFriniere
Chilly Root Peony Farm
Homer, Alaska

Michelle LaFriniere chose one of the toughest places on earth to grow peonies.  Her Chilly Root Farm is located at the base of a glacier on the Kachemak Bay, and plays a big part in Alaska’s newest export–peonies!

Learn about growing beautiful peonies, perennials and fruit trees by understanding how to use micro-climates to your advantage.  Change your mindset and understand that wind can be your friend.

Part of the Slow Flower Movement, Michelle’s farm is Certified Naturally Grown which means she uses no chemical additives in her soil.  She shares her thoughts on our symbiotic relationship with nature as well as easy organic tips for dealing with pests, making organic teas and how glaciers have improved the soil.

handful of pink peonies

 

 

Michelle LaFriniere, Podcast #105 – Listen here:

To order and enjoy Alaskan, Certified American Grown peonies from Chilly Root Farm click on the links above, or go to Chilly Root Peony Farm

(Enjoy this podcast and read my corresponding blog post to learn the benefits of gardening in a tough climate.)

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COMING SOON:  A special premier membership section with new tips from all the gardeners and growers interviewed in the podcasts.  New audio and video accompanying each tip, to make your gardening easier and more productive.

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Tova Roseman is a horticulturist, designer, award-winning speaker and nationally best-selling author. She received two awards for Best Radio Program in the nation and has been featured on HGTV, Discovery, NBC and ABC television. Tova is well-known for creating lush, organic gardens that are waterwise and pollinator friendly in challenging climates.

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