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Greendays Gardening Panel And Puget Sound's Spicy Fish: A Special Encore Presentation

Steve Scher
05/03/2011 at 10:00 a.m.

Our Greendays Gardening Panel joins us to answer your questions. Some of you may be buying basil, tomato and chili starter plants. Is it time to plant your warm season crops outside yet? Also, we'll also find out what cooking spices end up in the Puget Sound, and what impact the spices have. Imagine: caffeinated fish, chili pepper–filled fish and fish full of nutmeg in December. Don't miss this encore presentation of the Greendays Gardening Panel.

Guest(s)

Dr. Rick Keil is an associate professor in the School of Oceanography at the University of Washington.

Marty Wingate writes about gardens and travel. You can find her works at martywingate.com and at her blog passportsandseedpackets.com.

Greg Rabourn is the Vashon basin steward and works on habitat restoration and salmon recovery on Vashon and Maury Islands. He also helps landowners in the Raging River and Patterson Creek watershed solve landscape problems sustainably. You can see him as co–host of King County TV's "Yard Talk."

Willi Galloway is the host of the gardening and cooking website called digginfood.com.

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