Oyster Mushrooms, Aphids, and Pass-Along Houseplants

In this podcast Ellen and C.L. talk about oyster mushrooms, those creepy aphids, and houseplants that you can easily share with the world. We end by answering Patty’s question about GMO verses hybrid plants.

:30 What’s for dinner: Oyster mushrooms! Forage for them, grow them or buy them in the supermarket.
4:31 Insider Information: Creepy, crawly and ever-present aphids.
10:55 Eat/Drink/Grow: Pass along houseplants
Shout out to The Gardenangelists podcast.
19:09 Love Letters and Questions: Patty asks about GMO verses hybrid plants.

Pass-along Houseplants – Madagascar Jewel (Euphorbia leuconeura) Mother of Thousands (Kalanchoe daigremontiana) and Chinese money plant (Pilea peperomioides), Queens Tears (Bilbergia nutans), and Hoya.

Oyster mushrooms in the wild.

Pilea peperomioides makes little babies right next to the mother plant.

Ellen hates this plant but C.L. loves how the edges are ornamented with babies.

Aphids come in several colors…

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