NORTHERN VIRGINIA This is a B. Rushing Lawn and Landscaping watering guide for trees, shrubs, perennials, groundcover and annuals for residential properties. Demonstrates proper watering and watering times for newly installed plants in each category. (We wish the camera had been held horizontally.)
PITTSBURGH, PA Ben Simpson, Landscape Designer with Jim Jenkins Lawn & Garden Center in Pittsburgh shows the most effective way to water trees and shrubs.
CINCINNATI, OHIO A 30-second tip from H. J. Benkens Garden Center.
CONNECTICUT By Land Designs LLC: Should I use landscape fabric? The short answer is no you shouldn’t. Here I’ll explain and show you why landscape fabric is a bad idea. Landscape fabric is also called weed barrier fabric, weed cloth, weed fabric and weed barrier. Find lots more good views at the Land Designs Unlimited …Read more »
CHICAGO, IL From One Yard Revolution: Imagine how much work gardening would be if all crops were as high maintenance as tomatoes! Fortunately, not all crops are. Growing a number of low maintenance crops allows us to grow more, work less, and spend less! 10 Low Maintenance Crops: 0:46 Blackberries 1:46 Strawberries 2:37 Oregano 3:11 …Read more »
U. NEBRASKA-LINCOLN EXTENSION UNL Turfgrass Geneticist Keenan Amundsen talks about new and improved varieties of buffalo grass. Visit UNL’s Backyard Farmer website and Youtube Channel for more info.
PORTLAND, OR by Garden Time TV: Recently we visited with Greg from Xera Nursery about climate adaptive plants. Ones that can handle the hot summer and really rainy winters. We now visit his garden to see how he puts those plants through their paces.
WAYNE, PA Horticulturist Lisa Roper discusses the Gravel Garden at Chanticleer Garden in Wayne, PA. Video produced by Jonathan Monkemeyer & Bryan Christ.
NEW HAVEN, CT From Eric Larson, director of Yale’s Marsh Botanical Garden, for Garden Clips. Enjoy many more videos at Garden Clips on Youtube. Today we’re going to talk about wildflowers. Here in New England when a forest is disturbed, either by lightning strike or man-made activity, openings in the forest occur and the first species …Read more »
NEW HAVEN, CT From Eric Larson, director of Yale’s Marsh Botanical Garden, for Garden Clips. Enjoy many more videos at Garden Clips on Youtube. I first came across Baptisia australis – Blue False Indigo when I was taking care of the garden at Liberty Hall, a historic home in Frankfort, the capital of Kentucky. This stately …Read more »
LINCOLN, NE Nebraska Extension Landscape Horticulture Specialist Kim Todd interviews Charles Wegner about the planning of his wonderful home landscape. Visit Nebraska Extension’s Youtube Channel “Backyard Farmer” for lots more.
ANNIE’S ANNUALS IN BAY AREA, CA By Annie Hayes: “Here at our urban nursery, we’re tight on space and we don’t always have the luxury of planting everything in the ground. If we’ve offered it for sale, then we’ve tried it in a container – from small trees to the tiniest rock garden treasures. And …Read more »