Wild Child Kitchen Gardening Podcast

The Wild Child Kitchen Gardening Podcast

The zone 9 gardener can grow and harvest year round. In the wild child garden, we harvest 52 weeks a year, there is no need for cover crops, never a time when we can’t plant something, and there is always room to add beauty.

Learn how to transform your garden into a wild child garden on the Wild Child Kitchen Gardening podcast.

Let’s dig in!


Catch Up On Recent Podcast Episodes


Transitioning From A Spring To A Summer Garden

A June 1 garden is drastically different from a June 30 garden, preparing now sets up a great summer garden!


Summer Gardening Made Easy

Zone 9’s unique growing climate means you can grow 52 weeks a year – including in the hot and humid summer!


Common Summer Gardening Troubles

Don’t let the big 3 of Summer Gardening Troubles deter you from starting a garden. Kellye breaks it all down. Don’t miss it!


Is A Summer Garden Right For You?

Yes, you can keep growing – even in the heat, and you will love it. Your garden will too. Summer is a huge opportunity in your garden. Don’t miss it!


Bringing Children Into The Garden

Special guest, Wild Child community manager, Lindsey Kennedy, shares how she gardens with kids. You will be inspired and get some great ideas!


Tips and Tricks For Growing Great Melons

Summer melon planting is underway for the wild child gardener. Learn some great tricks for great melons. They are one of the most fun parts of summer!


Herbs: The Powerhouse of the Vegetable Garden

Herbs are the powerhouse of the wild child garden. Learn some of my favorites to grow and favorite ways to use them.


Welcome to Season 2!!

Today I am answering your planting questions so you can grow a great garden this season.

Hi! I’m Kellye Jeansonne!

I have been gardening for most of my adult life and have done everything wrong at least once. Can you relate? I started Wild Child Kitchen Gardens so that you can skip the mistakes and go right to the successes. I have turned my mistakes into lessons for you, and I use my garden failures to teach busy women how to grow their own backyard vegetable gardens in whatever space they have and whatever time they’ve got.

Thank you for tuning in to my podcast. Here we will talk about all things gardening, and I will show you how to turn your garden into a wild child garden. I hope you are inspired to get your hands dirty with me!