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Spring Lavender Pruning
Is your lavender getting out of hand? We have tips for getting it back into shape, and when and where to cut for pruning.
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4 simple Trellises
Here are 4 different ideas for trellising your plants. These ideas are easy and cheap to do!
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Topping your dahlia
How to top/trim your dahlia to make a stronger plant with more blooms.
Views: 66434 Garden Time TV
Cilantro Pots
We have some tips for planting a cilantro pot by your back door and also about herb pots in general.
Views: 162221 Garden Time TV
Top 10 Groundcovers
Looking for a groundcover that can handle the worst and still come back for more? These are the plants that were chosen by customers, growers and retailers as the best at handling cold winters, heavy traffic and "mean" conditions.
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Sun and Shade Hostas
If you think that hostas are only for shade, you are only part right. There are some that can handle direct sunlight as well.
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Dividing Peonies
Fall is the time to divide your peonies. These tips can apply to all your different types of peonies. Once divided you can share them with friends and family.
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Hedge Choices
There are lots of choices when you are looking at a plant for a hedge. We check out a few different types including some with different foliage and fragrance!
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Strawberry pots
Strawberry pots are fun and a great way to bring your strawberry harvest right to your doorstep. Flowers even work great in these 'condo' containers
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Pruning Japanese Maples
Pruning Japanese maples can be daunting. We have a few tips for getting started.
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Worm Tower
You can bring nutrients to your smaller garden spaces with this worm condo!
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Top 5 Lavenders
We stop by Lavender at Stonegate and visit with Sarah. She just wrote a new book on lavender and tells us 5 of her top favorites.
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Planting Iris
August is the time to dig and divide your iris plants. We show you how to do that and how to plant them for a bright display in your spring garden.
Views: 32495 Garden Time TV
Re-potting Cactus
We show you some tips for re-potting your cactus.
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Dahlias as Cut flowers
How to treat your dahlias so they last longer as a cut flower.
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Simple Trellis
Looking to add height to your garden? We show you how to build simple structures out of inexpensive materials.
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Bamboo Types
There are 2 main types of bamboo, runners and clumpers. We stop by Bamboo Garden Nursery to learn about the 2 types and where you should plant them.
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Harvesting CBD Hemp Oil
CBD oil is the new buzzword for promoting good health. We stop by Red Barn Hemp to see how they harvest it and what people say it can do.
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Pruning Berries
Spring pruning may be a hassle, but it will ensure a bountiful harvest later in the season. We show you how to prune raspberries and cane berries for more fruit later in the year.
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Tree Peonies
The tree peonies are blooming. We stop by Adelman's Peony Gardens to learn more about these spring time beauties!
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Cinder block Garden Bench
We show you how to build a nice bench out of cinder blocks that will make a nice bench in your garden.
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Edible Weeds
Why apply chemicals to remove your weeds, when you can harvest them to eat! We wander through a backyard to assemble a salad with a plant expert
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Japanese Stone Paths
The Japanese have paths that meet specific purposes in the garden. We show you some of the different designs and why they build different types of paths.
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Dividing your Dahlias
How to divide your dahlias and label them for storage.
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Chainsaw Museum
We visit a fantasic museum devoted to chainsaws and it is a private collection built by a Stihl rep. The entire history of chainsaws on display!
Views: 95958 Garden Time TV
Crape Myrtles
It is called the 'Lilac of late summer', it is the Crape Myrtle. We learn about them and how to grow them
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Sun Hostas
Here are some hostas that can handle the full sun and some interesting tips to help you choose one too!
Views: 13583 Garden Time TV
Daylily care
The rules about Daylilies... there are no rules. these are great summer performers in the hot summer garden.
Views: 75982 Garden Time TV
Fall Peony Care
There are things to do in the fall that will guaranty that your peonies will preform better next year. We get some tips for the experts at Adelman Peony Gardens
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Tried and True Perennials
Perennials are plants that come back year after year to bring you great summer color. We take a look at some of the best for our area.
Views: 78330 Garden Time TV
Dwarf conifers
Looking for year round interest in your garden? check out these cool dwarf conifers.
Views: 11004 Garden Time TV
Herb Pots
Looking to bring the taste of gardening to your doorstep? Here are some tips for creating a culinary herb container and a 'tea and salad' container.
Views: 56040 Garden Time TV
Re-Blooming Iris
Iris are known for their spectacular spring flower show, but we found a bunch of varieties that are making a second 'late-summer' appearance.
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Pruning Rhododendrons and Azaleas
The mid-summer is a great time to prune your large rhodies and azaleas. We give you some tips for success.
Views: 6072 Garden Time TV
Doorstep Ranunculus
Here is a underused plant that will bring long lasting color and texture to your front door. The ranunculus will look good for 3-4 months in a protected area.
Views: 27604 Garden Time TV
Planting Strawberry Pots
Want Strawberries? Here is a way to bring them right up to your back step with little work.
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Storing your Dahlias
How to store your dahlias so they make it through the winter.
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Here is a how-to on building a light-weight concrete pot of your own. It is easy to do and a great family project.
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Mason Bees
These industrious pollinators are docile and hard to spot. We found out how to welcome these friends to your garden
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Building a garden path
It is easy to build a garden path with these Mutual Material pavers. We have step-by-step instructions and tips for success
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Amaryllis Bulb Care
Want to have your amaryllis rebloom for the holidays? Start preparing the bulb now for some great winter color
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Bamboo Containers
We stopped by Bamboo Garden to see how they grow bamboo in containers. Plus some tips for success at our homes.
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Pruning Woody Perennials
You can cut back your woody perennials, we will show you how.
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Garden Hoes
One of the most popular tools in the garden is the hoe. We stop by Red Pig tools to check out this tool and see some different versions.
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Perennials for containers
There are lots of perennials that you can use in containers to give you great color and texture year after year.
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Fall Hydrangea Care
the hydrangeas are still blooming and we check out some tips for pruning plants and preserving flowers
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Repotting Orchids
Orchids can give you years of color if you maintain them correctly. We learn how to repot them from a expert from the Oregon Orchid Society.
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Planting Onions
The veggie garden is going in and it is time to eliminate the confusion about planting onions. Here are a few tips for growing your own crop, without shedding a tear!
Views: 147452 Garden Time TV
Wasabi growing
Did you know that the wasabi is a plant? This member of the brassica family is known for its flavor. we check out a couple of samples.
Views: 84952 Garden Time TV
Rose Companion Plants
Your roses don't have to stand alone in the garden. We have a bunch of plants that would compliment your roses perfectly.
Views: 39040 Garden Time TV