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Container Gardening for Beginners

Thursday, December 22nd, 2011

A quick how-to video on Container Gardening for Beginners. Today, Sharla shows you how to put together a successful container using featured products and professional-grade materials. More at greenlandgarden.com or watch our other videos on how to maintain your newly planted container, and more on what products make container gardening results amazing. Music: From Love to Forfeit “Let Me Fall” Copyright From Love to Forfeit 2011

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    Container Gardening : Container Garden Design

    Saturday, December 3rd, 2011

    When designing a container garden, consider the color, texture and form of each plant, combining bold colors with softer textures, pairing upright forms with weeping shapes and a using a variety of heights. Create visual interest in a container garden 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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      Container Gardening : Container Gardening Soil

      Thursday, November 10th, 2011

      For container gardening, use a soil-less potting mixture that consists of peat moss, fine bark chips and pearlite to create adequate drainage and circulation for root development. Choose the right potting soil, as top soil is too heavy for container gardening, 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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        Diane’s Hosta Woodland Gardens- Created Using Stupeflix

        Sunday, November 6th, 2011

        PicketFenceGreenhouse.info Using Stupeflix video creator, this one I upgraded to get a better resolution HD quality , I think it was worth the This is my hosta woodland gardens I started to create back in 2003 , everything in this area comes back every year provided they are well cared for. This area is very special and I wish I spent more time here, but as it seems sometimes too much work and too little time to really enjoy . That is why I am glad to have taken photos this can always bring me back to the gardens and appreciate what I have . There are many varieties of hostas here, with heuchera , bleeding hearts,ferns, astilbles plus many annual blooming flowers.. If you want to learn more about Hostas and how to grow them you can go to my gardening blog and get my free hosta ebook http Created using studio.stupeflix.com

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          Succulent Container Gardens Book by Debra Lee Baldwin

          Monday, October 24th, 2011

          PicketFenceGreenhouse.info Succulent Container Gardens This bestselling 2010 release from Timber Press shows how anyone—regardless of climate or space constraints—can cultivate easy-care, sculptural, low-water succulents in stunning potted arrangements. — Hundreds of ideas for great containers — Creative ways to use colors, shapes, and textures — Best succulents for pots, plus companion plants — Small-space solutions, indoors and out — Smart, simple plant care techniques — More than 300 photos of intriguing designs “With gorgeous photos on nearly every page, Debra Lee Baldwin’s Succulent Container Gardens celebrates these low-water, easy-care plants and shows endless ways to display them in your garden.” — Sunset magazine Succulent Container Gardens Book Debra Lee Baldwin picket fence greenhouse diane mumm “succulent plants” “succulent house plants” “succulent plant pictures” “flowering succulents” “succulent gardens” “types of succulents”

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            CSR Minute: Nature’s Path & Organic Gardening’s “Gardens for Good” Campaign

            Thursday, September 22nd, 2011

            he Gardens for Good contest, sponsored by Nature’s Path, the maker of organic breakfast foods, and Organic Gardening Magazine, continues to receive applications from urban farms through its Facebook campaign. The competition is awarding 000 for urban farming ideas that produce organic food. Applications are being accepted through the end of this month at facebook.com/naturespath. MGM Resorts International has issued an Environmental Responsibility Report that outlines the company’s strategy, titled “Green Advantage.” By the end of last year MGM Resorts had reduced electric power consumption by 140 million kilowatt hours; reduced carbon emissions by 56000 thousand metric tons; reduced water consumption by 200 million gallons; and diverted more than 33 percent of its waste from local landfills. The company also introduced the first fleet of compressed natural gas-powered limousines, as well as organic and sustainable food programs at its 165 restaurants. For more information on these and other stories, go to thecsrminute.com

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              CSR Minute: Nature’s Path and Organic Gardening Magazine Partner in Gardens for Good

              Tuesday, September 6th, 2011

              Nature’s Path, the maker of organic breakfast foods, and Organic Gardening magazine have launched a Facebook campaign to give away 000 for urban farming ideas. Gardens for Good 2011 will award the grant money to help urban farms and community gardens produce fresh, organic food. Last year, Gardens for Good funded three gardens, in California, Florida, and British Columbia. Applications are now being accepted at www.facebook.com/naturespath. Rudolf Steiner Social Finance celebrated 150 years of social transformation inspired by Rudolf Steiner with a festival held in San Francisco last Sunday. The event included interactive workshops, panel discussions, and organic and biodynamic food and wine tastings. Rudolf Steiner’s contributions include Waldorf education and biodynamic farming. For more information on these and other stories, go to thecsrminute.com

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                Container Gardening : Plants for Container Gardening

                Wednesday, August 24th, 2011

                Plants that work well for container gardening include annuals, which bloom in the spring and summer but die by the winter, perennial flowers and trees and shrubs. Find the perfect plants for any container garden 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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                  GGTV Guerilla Gardening Moss Graffiti A How To Guide

                  Monday, August 22nd, 2011

                  A how to guide to make moss graffiti profiling the work of www.guerilla-gardening-france.fr. Introduced by Richard Reynolds of http

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                    Garden Weasel Flower Bed, Lawn & Garden Maintenance

                    Saturday, August 20th, 2011

                    Quick how-to on maintaining your flower bed or vegetable garden using Garden Weasel’s innovative line of gardening tools, such as our Original Garden Weasel, the Garden Weasel Garden Claw, Garden Weasel Weed Ball, and the Garden Weasel Step n Twist.

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