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Native Plants in Michigan Gardens

MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Smart Gardening: Lawns and waterfronts benefit from using native plants.

“Hometown Habitat” Trailer

Hometown Habitat is a 90-minute environmental, education documentary focused on showing how and why native plants are critical to the survival and vitality of local ecosystems. Featured is entomologist, Doug Tallamy, whose research, books and lectures on the misuse of non-native plants in landscaping sound the alarm about habitat and species loss. Tallamy provides the …Read more »

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 »

Pruning Caryopteris

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How to Prune a Mature Peach Tree

NORTH CAROLINA, by NC State Extension Pruning is a very important step in maintaining peach trees. Dr. Mike Parker, Tree Fruit Extension Specialist with the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service at North Carolina State University talks about how to plant, prune, and maintain peach trees. In this video, we show how to prune a mature …Read more »

DIY Water Garden Net to Catch Falling Leaves

OKLAHOMA STATE’S Oklahoma Gardening Host Casey Hentges puts netting over our water garden in order to keep the early falling leaves out.

How to Prune a Plum Tree

AUSTRALIA, by the Deep Living Project Justin Calverley from Sensory Gardens shows his technique for winter pruning of plum trees. This technique keeps the trees at a manageable height, opens up the fruit tree for maximum sun exposure and good air flow to reduce diseases and lots and lots of fruit for the coming summer …Read more »

Seed Germination: Scarification, Stratification, and Soaking

FROM GROW ORGANIC IN CALIFORNIA Tricia shares tips to get those tough to germinate seeds to sprout. Visit Peaceful Valley on Youtube.

How to Prune a Hydrangea Standard

By Proven Winners for a national audience Pruning a standard – or tree form – hydrangea is easy. Stacey Hirvela from Proven Winners ColorChoice Shrubs shows you how in a few easy steps. Step One: Remove any winter damage. Step Two: Shorten long, straight branches by one third their length. Step Three: Cut off any …Read more »

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.

How to Prune a Blueberry Bush

UNIVERSITY OF MAINE Tutorial on how to prune a blueberry bush. GGVideos Editor’s Note: Nice comprehensive look at pruning established blueberry bushes.  

How to Grow Flowers and Edibles from Seed

FROM HOMECLICK.COM A great short overview from horticultural expert Kathy LaLiberte: Growing flowers from seed opens up the options for your garden and yard. The steps in this video will help you successfully grow from seed and bring life and color to your outdoor living space. View the step by step breakdown of this project …Read more »