Archive for August, 2012

The Basics of Container Garden Color Design | P. Allen Smith Classics

Tuesday, August 28th, 2012

Allen shows viewers a way to put together a set of container gardens that you can use in your own gardens.

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    David Letterman – Mary-Louise Parker’s Gardening Show

    Friday, August 24th, 2012

    What does Mary-Louise Parker’s son think “Weeds” is really about?

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      Weekend Gardener 8/18

      Sunday, August 19th, 2012

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        Planting A Container Herb Garden

        Thursday, August 16th, 2012

        Keep flavor at your fingertips by planting a container herb garden. Amy Grisak, blogger for PlantersPlace.com, shows you how to plant a container garden filled with useful, delicious herbs. Running time: 5:46

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          What is Your New Book Small Space Container Gardens about – Fern Richardson

          Sunday, August 12th, 2012

          Bestselling Learn Guitar on Android! bit.ly An author with an award-winning gardening blog and a book called Small-Space Container Gardens, slated to be published in January of 2011 by Timber Press, Fern Richardson answers some interesting questions about gardening and her blog. Life on the Balcony is an award winning blog about the container gardening tips and tricks Richardson has picked up over the last few years of growing plants on tiny balconies and patios and creating container gardens for her clients.

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            What to Grow in Your Shade Vegetable Container Garden

            Sunday, August 5th, 2012

            I’ve been growing for about 1.5 years between my fire escape garden and now my balcony garden. Both gardens received at max 6 hours of direct sunlight a day. Here’s a short list of ones that I’ve had success with: * Lettuces * Kale * Swiss chard * Parsely * Oregano * Cilantro and dill (I’m likely stretching it with those two) Here’s others that I’ve been told grow well in the shade as well: * Spinach * Arugula * Watercress * Collard greens * Pretty much any dark leafy green

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              Marilyn Manson – The Gardener (Born Villain 2012)

              Friday, August 3rd, 2012

              Marilyn Manson – The Gardener: 4:41 Lyrics: I’m not man enough to be human But I’m trying to fit in And I’m learning to fake it Don’t ever meet their friends It tells you too much Or not enough Or worse Exactly the wrong thing Every nuance Every detail Every movement Every smell Sound Phrase Inflection The way she laughs These are all the things that you obsessively fetishize Or make yourself grow to love Although you are supposed to be done growing She is still growing Its like a garden with two flowers One just blooming and casting a shadow Just like yours And then it becomes a struggle Of sunlight Or rain Or weeds She and every she Is doomed to be your idea of her She and every she Is doomed to be your idea of her I’m not man enough to be human But I’m trying to fit in And I’m learning to fa fa fake it But worse so, Back to the point You are no longer the flower And the sun And most importantly the garden Or the gardener A muse Your amusement I am used It’s all ruined if you meet their friends She and every she Is doomed to be your idea of her She and every she Is doomed to be your idea of her I’m not man enough to be human But I’m trying to fit in And I’m learning to fa fa fa fake it Fa fa fa fa fake it Fa fa fa fa fake it Fa fa fa fa fake it Ffffffffffffffake it You never wanted To share Your concept of your creation With any other gods or worshippers Your book isn’t burned It was never written Your book isn’t burned It was never written I’m not man enough to be

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                Container Gardening : Container Garden Form

                Wednesday, August 1st, 2012

                Using form in a container garden, combine upright plants, weeping or tailing plants and rounded shrubs together for a dramatic effect. Incorporate different forms and shapes into a container garden design with helpful advice from a professional horticulturist in this free video on gardening. Expert: Leigh Anne Lomax Bio: Leigh Anne Lomax is currently the botanical garden and horticulture manager for Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art. Filmmaker: Dimitri LaBarge

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