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Are you a bit confused about what compost is, what it means to 'amend the soil' or what the term 'mulch' means? You are not alone! Watching this video will clear up the confusion.
It may surprise you to see which plants can be sheared and how far down to shear them. Plants such as Erigeron can be sheared 6 or 7 times a year to keep them fresh and beautiful.
Inviting European honey bees, mason bees, hover flies, and other pollinators to your garden starts with knowing which flowers attract them. In this video we look at just a few of the plants, such as Gaillardia, Liatris, and Salvia that bees and other beneficial insects love and show you how to keep those flowers blooming!
All you wanted to do was make your Phormium plant shorter so you shortened the leaves. Uh Oh, the tips didn't grow back. This video takes you through which tools to use and which type of cut to make when grooming a Phormium. There's an extra tip at the end of the video!
Learn how to customize your drip irrigation so you can turn off the irrigation emitters to plants like garlic or freesia while keeping the rest of the zone on.
Learn two great ways to slowly apply liquid fertilizer to the rootzone of your plants. These methods can also be used to water plants slowly instead of a quick shower. Your plants are going to be So Happy!