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Designing for Birds

SPOKANE, WA Garden columnist Susan Mulvihill shares the landscape design elements of her own garden, and how they evolved. From Susan’s in the Garden. Visit her YouTube channel for more

Insect Hotel Bee Activity

SPOKANE, WA From Susan Mulvihill of Susan’s in the Garden Watch mason bees and other solitary bees as they go into and out of the insect hotel of garden columnist Susan Mulvihill.

Pollinator Hotel

NASHVILLE, TN From Volunter Gardener: The Davidson County Master Gardeners share the list of found objects they used in the creation of their very own pollinator hotel. It provides habitat for beneficial insects and other critters in the garden. To WATCH full episodes, visit http://www.volunteergardener.org

Tips for Planting in the Fall

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Best Watering Tips for Trees and Shrubs

ATLANTA AREA By Joe Lamp’l, the joe at joegardener.com Knowing how to properly water trees and shrubs can literally make the difference between life and death. These are the best watering tips for trees and shrubs using the most efficient and effective methods for quick establishment and long term success. Find more of Joe’s great videos …Read more »

Mulching Tips from Morton Arboretum

CHICAGO AREA’S MORTON ARBORETUM Mulching trees, shrubs, and plants is both functional and decorative. Once you have chosen the right plant for a given site, and followed the proper planting procedures, you should mulch the plant and create a stable environment for root growth. Learn more here: http://bit.ly/2mZtLoC

7 Ways to Use Leaves in Your Garden

GROWVEG in the U.K. Would you like to save time, effort and money spent on your garden while also improving your harvest? Clearing up fallen leaves is hard work, but those leaves can protect and feed your plants, as well as reducing the amount of watering, weeding and digging you need to do next year. In …Read more »

Simple Ways to Improve your Garden Soil Using Fallen Leaves

CINCINNATI, OHIO From Crista’s Garden: In this video, I will show you how I use fall leaves in my garden. They are a free resource with so many benefits for your garden! I forgot to mention in this video not to use leaves from the Black Walnut tree as they contain Juglone, a organic compound …Read more »

Cover Crops for Backyard Gardens: Why, When, What, How to Plant

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA By CaliKim Garden and Home DIY Cover crops for backyard gardens – why, when, what and how to plant them in your garden beds. Cover crops are an easy way to add organic matter and nutrients to your soil. Plant them now so your garden beds are ready for spring! MIgardener’s White Dutch …Read more »

Building Soil Fertility with Fall & Winter Cover Crops/Green Manures

CHICAGO AREA By Patrick Dolan of One Yard Revolution Frugal & Sustainable Organic Gardening Cover crops, or green manures, have become a very important part of our low cost and sustainable soil fertility program. In late summer we plant a variety of cold hardy legumes, along with cayuse oats. These crops fix nitrogen in the …Read more »

Build Amazing Fertile Garden Soil Using Free and Local Resources in your Mulch or Compost

ALBERTA, CANADA By Stephen Legaree of Alberta Urban Garden Simple Organic and Sustainable How to build soil fertility for the perfect garden soil for free! It is fall here in Alberta and that means the summer crops are done and some of the garden beds are done for the year. Just because there is nothing goring …Read more »

Composting: Troubleshooting Issues

KANSAS STATE EXTENSION Common challenges with composting include material not breaking down quick enough, keeping the right mix of browns and greens, funny odors, and attracting wildlife. This segment gives tips on how to combat these issues and have success at composting. Produced by the Department of Communications and Agricultural Education at Kansas State University. …Read more »