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Raised Bed Gardening – Wisconsin Garden Video Blog 262.avi

Saturday, April 21st, 2012

In our ever expanding raised bed gardeing projects, we’re expanding our north garden area and prepping the area for 4 more 4′ x 10′ raised beds. Now that all the materials have been delivered it’s time to build and install our new raised beds. Take a peek at what we accomplished in 6 hours moving over 9000 pounds of soil, humus, peat moss, and course gravel.

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    Examples of Container Gardening, Raised Bed Garden, Vertical Tower Garden at the Great Park

    Monday, April 16th, 2012

    John from www.growingyourgreens.com goes on a field trip to the Orange County Great Park to share with you many different examples of how they are showing you can grow food at home. In this episode, you will see many different examples of growing food in different ways, such as: A Square Foot Raised Bed Garden, an Elevated Easy Access Raised Bed Garden, Vertical Tower Garden, Hay Bale Garden, Container Gardening, and even food growing in a wheelbarrow. After watching this episode, you will know many of the different ways you can grow a vegetable garden today. .

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      Aquascape Water Gardens, Water Features & Koi Ponds

      Monday, February 6th, 2012

      Water gardening is one of the best lifestyle choices you can make. Learn how easy it is to add a beautiful, easy to maintain ecosystem pond / water feature to your backyard, patio, or landscaping while adding new biodiversity to your environment. Learn more about sustainable, eco-friendly water gardens at www.aquascapeinc.com

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        Landscaping and Gardening Ideas for Your Backyard Space

        Sunday, January 8th, 2012

        The Lowe’s Creative Ideas team shows viewers how to make the most of their backyard space with inspiring landscaping and gardening ideas. For more videos like this one, visit www.Lowes.com

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          Container Gardening for Beginners (3 tips for superb hanging baskets and pots)

          Thursday, May 5th, 2011

          Here’s three tips for creating superb container gardens www.simplegiftsfarm.com The first tip has to do with watering the container garden or hanging basket. Every time you water, water should pour out the bottom of the container. This means that all parts of the container are thoroughly irrigated and none of the roots will be allowed to dry out. If the soil has been allowed to dry out too much, and has shrunken away from the sides of the pot then the water will immediately pour out the bottom of the container and the soil will not be properly watered. The remedy is to either set the container in a large bowl of water to allow it to soak up or to water every half hour until the water no longer freely flows through the basket. The second major container gardening tip is to understand that hanging baskets and containers require a weekly feeding of plant food. Because nitrogen is the major engine of plant growth, and because it is water-soluble, every time we walked her we drive nitrogen out the bottom of the pot. This means that unless you replace the nitrogen with more plant food, your plant will struggle to grow and flower properly. The third tip is my personal preference for organic gardening plant food, and this is fish emulsion. In my 30 years of gardening experience, there is simply no easier or more effect if way to feed most of your container gardens and indeed, all gardens, then the liquid fish emulsion. These three gardening tips and gardening ideas are a few of

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            Guerilla Gardener

            Friday, April 29th, 2011

            One London gardener on a mission to make our green spaces brighter.

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              Gardening Tips : What Is Container Gardening?

              Friday, April 8th, 2011

              There are many advantages to container gardening, especially for those that have limited space for plants. Find out how to plant flowers in various containers, such as plastic, clay or wood, with this free video on gardening from the owner of a landscaping company. Expert: Bill Elzey Contact: www.showplacelawns.com Bio: Bill Elzey is the owner and manager of Showplace Lawns in Austin, Texas. Filmmaker: Todd Green

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                Avant loader rotavating

                Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011

                lawnmowersandequipment.com Avant multi purpose loader, tool carrier, fitted with rotavater and crumbler levelling bar, preparing ground for grass seeding.

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                  Rittenhouse Heat Weeders

                  Thursday, February 24th, 2011

                  www.rittenhouse.ca Bruces shows us the wide selection of alternative weeding products from Rittenhouse. Each of these unique garden tools uses heat instead of herbicides or other chemicals to control weeds. For more information and pricing on non-chemical weeders please go to our website at http

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                    How to Grow Beautiful Plants in Your Garden

                    Wednesday, February 16th, 2011

                    Imagine if you will, an area filled with lacy trailing vines of rich full colors of philodendron greens and yellows. For sake of the story, we will say a porch, somewhere you can sit, read, visit with your friends and family or meditate. Surrounding you as you sit upon a comfortable white bench are various soft and striking colors of containers holding other plants. Lying on the table beside the bench is a homemade candle and a kaleidoscope containing a wonderful world of colors for pleasurable entertainment. Resourcefully, some containers are brand-name containers spent by common use, and reused to hold various plants such as ivies, lilies, flowering bulbs of various types and colors, canes, mosses and clovers. Large recycled paint buckets filled with frilly subtle ferns, palms or herbs settled inside, with beautiful eye-catching stones, rocks, gems and other goodies nestled among the plants and flowers. The air and humidity are cool and sweetly filled with life-sustaining oxygen….

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