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The Pros and Cons of using Weed Control Fabric

NORTH CAROLINA By landscape professional Jim Putnam of HortTube. Bottom line: Weed control fabric only temporarily reduces the number of weeds. It prevents soil improvement and keeps the soil to wet. It is useful when making decorative stone paths. With over 30 years experience in the green industry, Jim has worked in high end garden …Read more »

Welcome to Good Gardening Videos

Good Gardening Videos.org features hundreds of curated videos about plants, gardens (private, public, community and youth), and gardening how-to. It’s pro-science, pro-environment, ad-free and nonprofit. Start watching to learn and be inspired. Video by Good Gardening Videos Editor Susan Harris. Narration: You know a lot of information on the Internet is CRAP, right? That’s sure …Read more »

So Many Goldenrods, So Little Time

ILLINOIS By botanist Matt Candeias  at In Defense of Plants Nothing says late summer quite like the blooming of the goldenrods. These conspicuous members of the aster family get a bad rap because many folks blame them for causing hay fever. This is simply not true! In this video we take a closer look at …Read more »

Tropical San Diego Garden

SAN DIEGO, CA From San Diego’s gardening TV show “A Growing Passion.” In this episode: Join garden expert Nan Sterman as she visits a lush, tropical garden filled with unusual plants and garden art. This garden was created by San Diego’s legendary designer known as “Sinjen,” who, during his lifetime, was a close family friend …Read more »

How to Repot Indoor Plants

MINNESOTA Video by Bachman’s Floral, Home and Garden in the Minneapolis area.

Erica Glasener Visits a Formal Garden in Georgia

GEORGIA One of the hard-to-get episodes of “A Gardener’s Diary” by horticulturist Erica Glasener. The show ran for 14 years on HGTV and is much missed.

Choose the Right Grass Seed

CORNELL U. FOR NEW YORK STATE AUDIENCE Published March 9, 2016. Cornell University turfgrass expert Dr. Frank Rossi narrates this short how-to video from the free ebook Lawn Care: The Easiest Steps To An Attractive Environmental Asset. Confirm that the cool-season grass seed combination in the seed bag is the best match for your needs. …Read more »

Patch Weak or Bare Spots in your Lawn

CORNELL U. FOR A NEW YORK STATE AUDIENCE Published March 9, 2016 Cornell University turfgrass team shares how-to patch weak or bare spots in your lawn in this video from the free ebook Lawn Care: The Easiest Steps To An Attractive Environmental Asset. If there is an empty space in your lawn, weeds will more …Read more »

Tracy’s 50 Plants

PORTLAND, OR From an episode of Garden Time TV, a visit with Tracy DiSabato-Aust to learn about her book “50 High-Impact, Low-Care Garden Plants.” This book picks plants that meet a tough list of requirements. That means they will survive in anyone’s garden and flourish. Lots more viewing to be had on the Garden Time TV Youtube Channel.

Small-Garden Design, Part 1: Townhouse Front Yard Garden

GREENBELT, MD Video description from Garden Clips: Susan Harris of Garden Rant shows us her small townhouse front yard garden. Susan removed the existing lawn and put in a small patio to serve as a seating area. She planted the surrounding beds with easy-to-care-for perennials and potted annuals and provided a sense of enclosure with arborvitaes …Read more »

How to Water Trees, Shrubs, Perennials, Groundcovers & Annuals

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.)

Urban Chinese Vegetable Garden in New Haven, CT

NEW HAVEN, CONN By GardenClips. A visit to an urban Chinese vegetable garden in New Haven, CT – an example of urban guerilla gardening.  With host Eric Larson of the Marsh Botanical Garden at Yale University.