Gardening Can Be Tricky🪴Here’s 3 tips to help get you started! 1) Don’t plant everything at once. 2) Don’t plant what you won’t eat. 3) Know your zone and plant varieties. Thanks for watching and follow along for more fun farm content! 🤠
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New to vegetable gardening or wondering how to get started? This video was made for you. 0:27 Step 1: What to plant 1:20 Step 2: Where to plant 2:46 Step 3: How to plant
This week we finally get our hands on some Lady Bugs! We release them on our property to help battle our Aphid issue and also build our own Lady Bug Farm, to continue breeding them. Find out everything you need to know about how to use Lady Bugs as a Pest Control Method… and how
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English Listening Level 1 – Listening English Lesson 3 – My Flower Garden. My name is Anne. I love flowers. I have a flower garden. My garden is in front of my house. My neighbour has a garden too. My garden has different types of flowers. I have roses in my garden. I have tulips
Garden Home host P. Allen Smith shares 10 late summer gardening tips and projects for your August garden. Plus, a delicious Tomato Quiche Recipe Topics Include: Resurrection Fern Lawn Alternatives: Winter Creeper Heat Tolerant Annuals: Sunpatiens 5 Late Blooming Perennials Up-cycled Paint Can Planters DIY Tee Shirt Harvest Bag Tomatoes: Blossom End Rot Solutions How
Melissa finds a fun and inventive way to recycle an old table and a kitchen sink. They’re going to get a new lease on life as a lettuce planter! It’s a simple project you’ll be able to do this weekend and might even get the kids interested in gardening and their greens. Welcome to Great
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Today’s photos are from Priti Pant, who is sharing some beautiful images from her Michigan garden. This beautiful pink peony (Paeonia hybrid, Zones 3–8) is of a type called “anemone form.” These peonies have a ring of large petals with a cluster of smaller petals (petaloids) in the center. This single peony with just a
August is generally a month to harvest, not plant, crops although it’s not too late to put in one last crop of lettuce, as well as spinach, chard, and kale for fall picking. It’s also a good time to plant perennials in pots to add late-season color to the garden. Check with your local garden
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