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How to Prune Hydrangea Paniculata

By First Edition Plants, a U.S. company How to prune your hydrangea paniculata, or PeeGee Hydrangea.

How to Prune Hydrangea Paniculata (PeeGee)

MASSACHUSETTS, by Nantucket nursery Surfing Hydrangea Brad MacDonald explains how to prune Pee Gee Hydrangea shrubs.

How to Renewal-Prune a Spirea – Taming the Monster

CONNECTICUT, by landscaper John Holden of LandDesigns Pruning Spirea that are overgrown is a great way to get your garden back under control. I’ll show you where, how and when to renewal prune your spirea. The pruning methods in this video apply to all cultivars of Spirea japonica such as ‘Little Princess’, ‘Watereri’, ‘Gold Mound’, …Read more »

How to Prune a Spirea Bush (Summer-Blooming)

BY NATIONAL LANDSCAPING COMPANY BRIGHTVIEW BrightView horticulturist Scott Kopitskie explains how to properly prune a spirea to increase the plant’s bloom and control its size.

How to Prune a Butterfly Bush

BOSTON, by horticulturist Dave Epstein of Growing Wisdom Dave shows you how to prune a butterfly bush.

How to Prune Rose of Sharon (Hibiscus syriacus)

CONNECTICUT, by landscaper John Holden at Land Designs How to prune rose of Sharon (Hibiscus syriacus). Rose of Sharon should be dormant pruned to remove crossing branches, branches that grow back into the shrub and branches that grow in the wrong direction. If you give your rose of Sharon a little attention in the early spring …Read more »

How to Prune Trees and Shrubs

BY ATLANTA-BASED JOE LAMP’L FOR MILORGANITE Learn when is the best time of the year to prune your trees and shrubs, the benefits of pruning, and tips for successful pruning. One of the most important tasks of the year should be done before the busy spring rush—the pruning of dormant trees and shrubs. Pruning is …Read more »

How to Grow Trees from Seed

OKLAHOMA, from Oklahoma State’s OK Gardening Classics Published 11/21/87.  Host Jim Gallot talks about how to start pecan and apple seedlings.

Starting Herbs and Perennials Indoors: Seed Mix and Planting Techniques

MARYLAND, by Gary Pilarchik at The Rusted Garden Many herbs and perennials can be started indoors 10-12 weeks early because they can take 2-3 weeks to germinate. I show you the basics of seed starting mixes and planting these types of plant seeds in this video. Did you know it is really important to moisten your …Read more »

How to Make Biodegradable Seed-Starting Pots

ENGLAND, by GrowVeg Spring is finally arriving, so to help you save a little money why not try our simple homemade plant pot ideas? Whatever you’re planning to grow this year, using common materials from around your home you can quickly create environmentally friendly pots in a range of useful sizes. In this video we …Read more »

Coco Coir vs Seed Starting Mix

PACIFIC NORTHWEST, by Paula Thomas of Gapey’s Grub Published on Feb 17, 2018 I love doing experiments and my newest one is starting some brassicas (and swiss chard) in both coco coir and seed starting mix to see how much of a difference there is and there’s definitely some differences that I point out in this …Read more »

Making your own Seed-Starting Mix – the Basics

MARYLAND By Gary Pilarchik at The Rusted Garden If you are new to gardening and are thinking about starting seeds indoors this is part 1 of a 5 part video series. I explain what Perlite, Peat moss, Vermiculite and Seed Starting Mix are and how they are used for starting seeds. You need to use …Read more »