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Making your own Christmas Garland

FROM OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY In an OK Gardening Classic (11/30/96), host Brenda Simons shows viewers how to make Christmas Garland using fresh greens.

How to Make a Hydrangea Wreath

FINE GARDENING MAGAZINE Here is an easy wreath project that takes about 10 minutes to complete. Visit the Fine Gardening YouTube channel for more great videos.

How to Prune Forsythia

U. of MAINE: Extension Educator Marjorie Peronto shares pruning tips to keep your Forsythia healthy and beautiful. Learn more at the U. Maine Extension website and Youtube channel.

How to Prune an Old Apple Tree

MASSACHUSETTS by Hilltown Tree and Garden Pruning an old apple tree is both an art and science. In this 3 minute video you will see it broken down to 5 steps, in order of importance. You will not kill your tree by pruning it. GGVideos editor Charlie Nardozzi says: Good look at pruning tools and steps …Read more »

Rejuvenation/Renewal Pruning for More Blooms on Overgrown Shrubs

ONTARIO, CANADA From Robert Pavlis, the scientist/gardener behind How to correctly prune overgrown trees and shrubs. Learn to produce more flowers and healthy growth. Watch as I prune this lilacs. Become a better gardener, Subscribe:… Free Stuff: Free Garden eBook: 24 1/2 Garden Design Ideas:… ———————– My Books: Garden Myths:… Building …Read more »

Preventing Tick Bites and Lyme Disease

JOHNS HOPKINS U. IN BALTIMORE Visit the links below to read additional information on preventing Lyme Disease, as well as what you should do after you get a tick bite.…… Each year, roughly 300,000 cases of Lyme Disease are reported to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; it is estimated that this …Read more »

A Garden for Wildlife

VASHON ISLAND, WASHINGTON From Fine Gardening Magazine, for readers everywhere. Sara Van Fleet of U. Washington Seattle shows and describes her gorgeous, wildlife-friendly garden near Seattle.

EcoBeneficial Tips: Shade Plants for the Northeast

NORTHEAST By EcoBeneficial with Kim Eierman Shady garden a challenge? Get some tips on great native perennials for shady gardens in the Northeast.

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 »

Removing Cover Crops

OKLAHOMA, by Oklahoma State’s Oklahoma Gardening Oklahoma Gardening’s Kim Toscano demonstrates how to remove cover crops that have been used to prevent erosion during the winter or fallow months.

How Often should I Water my Plants?

FLORIDA From Hawkins Corner Nursery in Plant City, Florida.

How to Hide a Fence

NEBRASKA Nebraska Extension Landscape Horticulture Specialist Kim Todd talks about fences and creative ways to hide them. For lots more good videos check out UN-L’s Backyard Farmer Youtube channel.