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Making Garden Mosaics: Underplanting Trees and Shrubs

UPSTATE NEW YORK From Away to Garden and The Backyard Parables” by Margaret Roach, how to underplant trees and shrubs with perennials and bulbs for shade.

Armitage on Phlox paniculata (Garden Phlox)

ATHENS, GEORGIA By Dr. Allan Armitage,  most recently of the University of Georgia.

How to Prune Muscadine Grapes

NORTH CAROLINA from the Useful Plants Nursery Chuck demonstrates how to prune a mature Muscadine grape vine at Miller Putnam’s farm in South Carolina. Note by GGVideos editor Charlie Nardozzi: A look at pruning an overgrown muscadine vine.

First Winter Pruning of Muscadine Grape Vine

GEORGIA By Ison’s Nursery and Vineyard Greg Ison from Ison’s Nursery & Vineyard demonstrates how to prune a muscadine vine the first winter. This is an important step in establishing your vineyard. Ison’s Nursery & Vineyard is the largest and oldest grower of muscadine vines in the country. We ship plants all across the country …Read more »

Coreopsis Plant Facts

From OpenHort.com Images and info about this popular native perennial.

How to Divide Daylilies

COLORADO STATE U. Luan Aiken discusses how to divide your bulbs and day lilies.

Blossom End Rot in Tomatoes

NEBRASKA by University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension’s Backyard Farmer UNL Extension Educator Amy Timmerman shows us different examples of blossom end rot in tomatoes – both external and internal – and talks about how to avoid it.

Armitage on Joe Pye Weed

ATHENS, GEORGIA By Dr. Allan Armitage,  most recently of the University of Georgia.

The Pansy

VIRGINIA From Lancaster Farms in Suffolk, Virginia. A celebration of Fall and Winter’s beautiful flower, the pansy. When the canopies of oaks strong And maples noble whisper along, In Pollacked piles collect dicarded Exhaling summer sun and youth unguarded. When gentle hands travail with rake Yet still the earth does not forsake Nature’s goal and …Read more »

Hot Summer Lawn Advice from Paul James

TULSA, OK Paul James taught gardening on his own HGTV show “Gardening by the Yard” from 1996 to 2009.

Using Bird Netting for Strawberry Containers/Berries

MARYLAND, by Gary Pilarchik of My First Vegetable Garden Several species of birds love fruit. I have a migratory pair that comes every year and eats my strawberries and blueberries. The damage is very clearly pecks out of the fruit. The only way to stop the damage is to use bird netting. Here is one …Read more »

The Secret to Growing Short Paperwhites!

GARDEN ANSWER in OREGON Paperwhites are a wonderful holiday flower, but they grow too tall to fit in the shallow containers we oftentimes choose to plant them in for centerpieces and smaller displays. Watch this video to learn the secret of how to grow your paperwhites shorter than they are supposed to! You will be …Read more »