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Basic Gardening Tips : Best Types of Herbs for Garden: Part 2

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Basic Gardening Tips : Best Types of Herbs for Garden: Part 2

Basic Gardening Tips : Best Types of Herbs for Garden: Part 2

Now for one more perennial herb that I’ve got here, is very, very easy to grow. You can grow these in the house. These are chives. The fun thing about chives there are all different flavors of chives. There are normal chives, the regular chives we all know but there are also garlic chives which […]

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Basic Gardening Tips : Best Types of Herbs for Garden

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Basic Gardening Tips : Best Types of Herbs for Garden

Basic Gardening Tips : Best Types of Herbs for Garden

Okay different types of herbs. Lots of herbs will grow very easily. Again, some of them are perennials and some are annuals. One of these major perennial types to grow are sages. This is a typical sage plant. It grows these lovely grayish green leaves and has, I’m so sorry this is only a video, […]

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Drip Irrigation Repair – Poly Tubing Leak

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Drip Irrigation Repair – Poly Tubing Leak

Drip Irrigation Repair – Poly Tubing Leak

Drip irrigation has been a popular method for watering plants for many years now. Due to its low cost and ease of installation, polyethylene tubing is commonly is used as the laterals in these systems. Either as a result of age, burrowing animals, or a gardening mishap, it’s likely at some point you’re going to […]

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How To Grow Plum Trees From Seed, Just Over 5 Months Old!

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How To Grow Plum Trees From Seed, Just Over 5 Months Old!

How To Grow Plum Trees From Seed, Just Over 5 Months Old!

hey everyone it’s Rob the backyard gardenerr and it’s time for an update on my plum tree grown from seed you guys will recall that in my last plum tree update it was about four and a half months old this little plum tree back here was sown from seed on December 25th so it’s […]

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Non Toxic Wood Treatment to Protect Your Raised Beds Instead of Paint or Stain

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Non Toxic Wood Treatment to Protect Your Raised Beds Instead of Paint or Stain

Non Toxic Wood Treatment to Protect Your Raised Beds Instead of Paint or Stain

Alright this is John Kohler with growingyourgreens.com. I have another exciting episode for you. One of the questions I get the most is hey John what did you treat your wood with and I used cedar and redwood to prevent the rot. That’s something that’s natural that’s not going to possibly cause problems with the […]

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Gardening Basics: Trench Composting to Prep Your Spring Garden

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Gardening Basics: Trench Composting to Prep Your Spring Garden

Gardening Basics: Trench Composting to Prep Your Spring Garden

hello and welcome to another video with gardening for beginners today’s a beautiful day it’s December 2018 I came in here into my greenhouse to check out some peppers that I’ve pruned and overwintered and I figured today would also be a good day to talk about trench composting trench composting is what it sounds […]

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How You Can Garden if You’re 16 with No Money & More Organic Gardening Q&A

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How You Can Garden if You’re 16 with No Money & More Organic Gardening Q&A

How You Can Garden if You’re 16 with No Money & More Organic Gardening Q&A

Alright! This is John Kohler with growingyourgreens.com, today we have another exciting episode for you coming from my front yard winter garden. As you guys can see it’s doing really well, got a nice bed of mostly red colored lettuce, actually I like to be different. You know I eat so much green lettuce all […]

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July Gardening Checklist: 15 Tips to Keep Your Organic Garden Going in the Dead of Summer

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July Gardening Checklist: 15 Tips to Keep Your Organic Garden Going in the Dead of Summer

July Gardening Checklist: 15 Tips to Keep Your Organic Garden Going in the Dead of Summer

It’s July and it’s hot in my garden. I’m glad I did most of the heavy work but there are still some things I’m going to do in July and I’ll share those with you. July is a time to top off the non fruiting canes that are shooting up from your blackberry bushes. Mulch […]

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Small Water Gardens – How To Build – Menards

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Small Water Gardens – How To Build – Menards

Small Water Gardens – How To Build – Menards

A backyard pond or water garden is not only visually appealing, the sound of running water can be very soothing and a source of relief from a hectic day. Stay right here and we’ll show you how you can enjoy the benefits of a pond with a minimum amount of work.>>A lot of people want […]

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Container Gardening, Sprouting & More at Hippocrates Health Institute

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Container Gardening, Sprouting & More at Hippocrates Health Institute

Container Gardening, Sprouting & More at Hippocrates Health Institute

This is John Kohler with growingyourgreens.com, I have another exciting episode for you. I’m on another field trip and this going to be super cool, And I’m super excited to be here. Where are we at today? We’re actually at the Hippocrates Health Institute, here, in West Palm Beach, Florida. So, the motto of Hippocrates […]

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