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Create a Winter Container

OREGON From Laura at Garden Answer:  Here’s a step by step on how I make winter containers out of cuttings. One layer at a time! Cool huh? We did this video in partnership with Proven Winners. You can find all the info on these plants by clicking the links below:

Waterwise Ways to Establish your New Plants

NORTH CAROLINA The most important job you will have after planting is to keep plants and trees well-watered until established. This can take weeks to months to even a year! Joe Lamp’l from  Growing a Greener World shares simple steps you can do to save water while establishing your plants and trees. Joe reviews the following …Read more »

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 »

How to Prune Shrub Roses

UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA Nebraska Extension Landscape Horticulture Specialist Kim Todd gives a few tips for pruning shrub roses. For lots more good videos visit the U.Nebraska’s Backyard Farmer YouTube channel.

How to Protect your Plants from Frost

SUNSET MAGAZINE Sunset’s garden department breaks down the easiest ways to protect plants from frost. Do you have any good tips on plant protection? Let us know in the comments section below! Subscribe to Sunset’s channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c… Follow @SunsetMag on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SunsetMag Find Sunset on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SunsetMagazine

How to Improve Soil Using Cover Crops

ATLANTA AREA, by Joe Lamp’l  of the website and podcast Joe Gardener and PBS’s “Growing a Greener World,” for a national audience Learn common cover crops and the easy steps to put them to work for healthier soil.

Feeders that Attract Birds to the Garden

By Vine House Farm, a bird food company in the U.K. Have you ever wanted to know how to attract birds to your garden? Our experts at Vinehouse Farm have put together this video to show you what types of bird to expect in your garden and how you can feed them. This video acts …Read more »

Why You Should Grow Your Own Seedlings

NORTHERN UTAH, by Rick Stone of Our Stoney Acres Published on Feb 15, 2019 This week’s 5 Minute Friday Gardening Tip is about why you should grow your own seedlings, check out the video below: I’ve been growing my own garden seedlings for about 15 years now.  And boy am I glad I started.  I think …Read more »

Design with Succulents

SAN DIEGO, CAL Garden photojournalist Debra Lee Baldwin, author of author of several best-selling books about succulents. visits Nancy Dalton’s garden in north San Diego county. Debra shows and explains many of the great succulent design ideas the garden exemplifies, and IDs its most significant succulents and other waterwise plants. The garden won the city’s drought-tolerant …Read more »

Christmas Mantel Decor in 3 Steps

FROM BETTER HOMES AND GARDENS Your fireplace mantel might be bare during the year, but when Christmas comes around, let your mantel decorating ideas spruce up your living room! A few candles, some garland, and a cluster of gleaming Christmas ornaments can make all the difference. Let Jim Marvin, who is in charge of decorating …Read more »

No-Maintenance Fall Window Basket

OREGON From Laura at Garden Answer How to Cut and Dry Hydrangeas – https://youtu.be/rs9vmfQHtTA 30” Hayrack Planter & Liner – https://goo.gl/5i53Hd 4” Grapevine Sphere – https://goo.gl/XEP56t Crackle Pumpkins – https://goo.gl/b4zgHP Crackle Gourd – https://goo.gl/JcLGiy Preserved Oak Leaves – https://goo.gl/EcddSG Plants I used from my garden: Gold Juniper Sedum Rose hips from a ‘Morden Blush’ Rose Zinfin …Read more »

How to Prune Ornamental Trees

U. of MAINE University of Maine Cooperative Extension educator Marjorie Peronto demonstrates and discusses pruning techniques for your ornamental trees. Learn more at the U. Maine Extension website and Youtube channel.