Talking Glass Media of Prescott Valley is proud to welcome Ken Lain’s Mountain Gardener podcast to our streaming lineup of podcast shows for 2022 on CAST11. Anyone who is a gardening fanatic knows Ken Lain. His expert knowledge of the industry combined with his passion for marketing and sharing his knowledge are unsurpassed in our region.
We’ve had the pleasure of working with Ken and Watters Garden Center for a couple of years. Now, we are excited to expand our relationship and add The Mountain Gardener Podcast to our streaming line-up of shows in 2022 on our podcast network, CAST11. – Guy Roginson, Executive Editor, TGM.
Check out the Latest Podcast from Ken Lain’s The Mountain Gardener Podcast
About Watters Garden Center
Watters has this romantic notion that gardeners like to be inspired, not only by the plants and the beauty they grow into, but also by the experiences while shopping here at the nursery. We want our customer to always feel welcome and assure her garden success. Our goal is to immerse our gardeners and appeal to all her senses. “Two green thumbs up and worth joining. The information is perfect for our mountain seasons, and love the weekly garden videos.”
About Ken Lain, The Mountain Gardener of Watters Garden Center
Known by his friends as ‘The Mountain Gardener,’ Watters’ Owner Ken Lain has gardened and farmed in the region for 30 years and knows the best techniques for gardening in the high mountain climates. A local who graduated from Prescott High School, Yavapai College, and ASU, Ken is passionate about plants, landscape design, and spreading the good news that gardening can be easy and fun. A Master Gardener and Certified Nursery Professional, you can read his local garden advice published weekly in ‘PrescotteNews‘ and the Prescott Daily Courier, or hear Ken and wife Lisa on their Mountain Gardener Radio Show and ‘PodCast‘ every weekend. As the David of the family-owned nursery versus the Goliaths of the Big Box Stores, Ken believes in family, community, and giving more than you receive. The outdoors are his livelihood and playground, and Ken and his family spend as much time as they can in our mountains and lakes while working to make their family business succeed. [credit: Watters Garden Center website]