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How to Prune Grape Vines

CALIFORNIA by GrowOrganic Peaceful Valley Learn how to prune your table grapes. Tricia demonstrates cane and spur pruning techniques, and even how to prune a grape vine trained on an arbor. GGVideo editor’s note: How to prune cordon, spur and arbor grown grapes.

How to Prune Boxwoods

VIRGINIA Boxwood must be pruned in a very specific way to allow it to stay natural and soft. Prune boxwood with help from a gardening specialist in this free video clip. Expert: Mark Viette of Viette Nurseries in Virginia. Bio: Mark Viette received his Bachelor of Science degree in horticulture from Virginia Tech in 1980.

The Difference between Annuals and Perennials

CLAYTON, NC Published on Apr 26, 2017 The Difference Between Annuals and Perennials. In this video I talk about the differences between Annual and Perennial Plants. Annual are plants that only last one year in your area. Perennials are plants that are hardy in your area year after year. HortTube Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/HortTube/ HortTube Instagram …Read more »

Cats Using Vegetable Garden as Litter Box

Austin, TX by Central Texas Gardener Published on Apr 24, 2019 Uh oh: kitty used your vegetable bed as a litter box. Daphne answers: Can we plant vegetables in cat-littered beds?

Native Plants for Shade

MIDWEST By horticulturist Melinda Myers Don’t let a little shade stop you from going native. A look at nearby shady natural areas and many of the new garden catalogues will provide lots of ideas. Understory trees like Amelanchier also known as Serviceberry or Juneberry, Pagoda dogwood, redbuds, ironwood (Ostrya) and musclewood (Carpinus) provide seasonal interest. Shrubs …Read more »

How to Build a Tomato & Vegetable Seed Grow-Light Box: Start Your Vegetables Indoors

MARYLAND by Gary Pilarchik at The Rusted Gardener You can easily start your tomato and vegetable seeds indoors. You can build a grow-light box cheaply. This project cost $27 for the first box and only $17 for the second box. It can be made with just a knife. Very simple but effective construction. It is …Read more »

Soil Testing Basics from U. Maryland

U. MARYLAND Director of the Home and Garden Information Center, Jon Traunfeld, demonstrates how easy it is to collect and send a soil sample for a soil test. For more information, visit the Home and Garden Information website or the Youtube channel.