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How to Prune Roses in California

SAN FRANCISCO AREA, CA Pruning roses in California can sometimes be confusing! In this video I share tips and techniques on where and how to prune. By designer Rebecca Sweet.

How to Create a Mounded Succulent Arrangement

SAN DIEGO, CA Garden photojournalist Debra Lee Baldwin, author of several best-selling books about succulents. shows a simple method for achieving a professional-looking succulent arrangement. In this technique, which she calls “mounding,” Debra adds several tiers of nursery plants atop the soil in a pot, resulting in a lush, lavish-looking composition. Filmed at Roger’s Gardens nursery …Read more »

How to Radically Rejuvenate an Old Azalea

WHEATON, MARYLAND From Brookside Gardens: Phil Normandy shows how to severely prune an overgrown azalea in order to stimulate new growth on lower branches. Learn more at the Brookside Gardens Youtube Channel.

How to Prune Hardy Kiwi

NEW PALTZ, NY by Lee Reich Kiwifruits need lots of pruning — the right cuts, of course — for best bearing and best flavor. Here we go with where and what to prune. One year later, I harvested lots of great-tasting fruits. (Cat was there, but not a lot of help.) GGVideos editor Charlie Nardozzi …Read more »

David Culp’s Layered Garden

PENNSYLVANIA Known as Brandywine Cottage, this two acre garden is the creation of David Culp (plantsmen, lecturer, instructor and author). David and his partner Michael Alderfer maintain the property that includes a woodland garden, perennial border garden, kitchen garden, roof garden, a ruined garden, and a 1790’s farmhouse. David is author of The Layered Garden: …Read more »

Deciduous Azaleas

NEW HAVEN, CONN By GardenClips. Hybrid deciduous Azaleas often have a fragrance to match their beautiful, warm colored flowers. The needs of deciduous azaleas are covered here.  With host Eric Larson of the Marsh Botanical Garden at Yale University.

How to Pinch and Trim Coleus

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS From Shawna Coronado, learn how to pinch or trim leggy coleus plants in your garden. These super-easy tips will help you grow a thicker, bushier plant with healthy and showy leaves for either your container gardens or your garden beds. This video about healthy gardening is sponsored by Jung Seed.

Improved Paper Towel and Baggy Method for Germinating Seeds

BY ROBERT PAVLIS FROM GARDEN FUNDAMENTALS Learn about an improved method for seed germination. I demonstrate the traditional paper towel method as well as my improved baggy method. Speed up the germination process for any kind of seed. I have used this method on hundreds of different kinds of seed including perennials, alpines, bulbs, trees …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 »

How to Train Climbing Roses

NEW YORK From the New York Botanic Garden in New York City. Peggy Rockefeller Rose Garden Curator Peter Kukielski talks about how the climbing roses are trained during the winter at The New York Botanical Garden.

Winter Seed-Sowing Outdoors in Containers

ONTARIO, CANADA By Robert Pavlis of Garden Fundamentals Complete winter sowing demonstration includes making the container, sowing seeds, and care during the winter. This is the easiest way to sprout seeds with no lights or electricity. Produce tough seedlings that thrive in the garden. A wide range of containers can be used, including juice bottles, …Read more »

Tropical Plants to Try in Tennessee

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE From the public television show “Volunteer Gardener.”  Troy Marden introduces us to some beautiful tropical plants in their peak.