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Rob Scott shows how to stop weeds using sheet mulch in which a sheet of fiber membrane is placed over the soil. Subtitles and numbered steps make this video easy to follow.
Video explains how to water your plants properly. Narrator explains which plants need more water than others and the best time of the day to water your plants. Video also states to install rain gauges and test your soil frequently.
In this series of videos, Mitch demonstrates how to properly plant a tree or shrub including the selection process, improving the soil with composted soil amendments, planting techniques and after-care.
Male instructor shows how to fertilize roses. Fertilizing roses can be done using manure, a shovel, a wheelbarrow and gloves. Watch video for best results.
Female instructor shows how to prune herbaceous plants in autumn. Herbaceous plants are soft-stemmed and may appear destroyed by the winter, but maintain their roots.
This three-part video tutorial demonstrates how to acid wash and paint a swimming pool. In part 1, host Tim Casey shows you how to properly and safely acid wash your swimming pool to prepare for painting. Part 2 discusses the steps involved in repairing cracks in a pool wall, step and deck while Part 3 covers the actual pool painting process.
Chlorosis means yellowing of the leaves, particularly the older leaves of the plant. When present on older leaves it's possible the plant has a Nitrogen deficiency and could indicate that it's a good time to fertilize. If the same symptoms occur with younger leaves the most likely problem is over watering.
Moles can be a problem. You can identify Moles as a problem if when you stick your finger down a hole you can feel a tunnel. There is a safe way to rid your lawn of Moles without harming other pests, insects, pets or family. Castor Oil produces an odor that Moles don't like. Get it in granular or liquid form, sprinkle it around the area. You'll see more Mole activity in the first few days because they'll get agitated but quickly they'll move somewhere else. Don't use a castor oil from a grocery because it has been de-odorized, thus won't be as effective. Another method is to use a new bait on the market that looks like an earthworm. It's actually coated with a poison so be careful around children because they might think it's edible, which it is not. Create a little opening in the hole and stick the earthworm in and cover it. The Mole comes through the tunnel, munches on the earthworm, eats the poison and dies.
This video tutorial shows how fifteen dollars and a half an hour of assembly can produce a working bare-bones laminar flow nozzle that attaches to a garden hose for a makeshift fountain.
This how to video, made by Teddy Bear Pools & Spas, demonstrates how to clean in-ground pool DE filters. Cleaning the DE filter on your in-ground pool helps your pool run more efficiently during those long summer months. Watch and learn how easy it is to clean the filter with water and cleaning solution.
Getting your pool ready for summer is very important as the water will not be circulating for a few months. This instructional how-to video shows you how to close down your in-ground pool for winter. Start by removing debris and properly cleaning the liner. Don't forget to remove any exterior accessories and equipment properly before winterizing the in ground pool.
Joe notices that as he looks around they're doing a great job working with different color combinations. It's almost as though they are making a fashion statement. Chas says, a fashion statement is a great analogy. They view it that way and a certain segment of the gardening population looks at it as fashion. Gardeners want that finished look. They don't want to have to piece together different combinations themselves, they want to see what those different combinations look like together. In one case they have Sweet Potato Vine with Petunias. The colors play off each other. In one area are hot colors and, for some, hot colors appeal to them. Other groups like cooler colors, thus they utilize plants like Verbenas, Silver Falls and Calibrachoa. These are more pastel and cooler colors. So, it is a fashion statement.
Topiaries are no longer just speciality plants. They have become very popular and are showing up in garden centers and nurseries across the country. Topiaries have been used for thousands of years, in places like Babylon and England. Today we take the mystery out of topiaries and discuss pruning trees and shrubs to look like geometric forms. As well we talk about designing topiaries, selecting the trees and shrubs and maintaining them to look their best and show you how to create small topiaries that are ideal for a deck or patio. We also address pruning hedges and shrubs.
This how-to video shows you how to open your in-ground pool after it has sat there all winter. Make sure to remove water on top of the cover, any debris, and tubing securing the cover. Open your in ground pool and get it ready for summer. Check the skimmer, filter, and pump before allowing anyone in. Don't forget to install the diving board properly.
This how to video, made by Teddy Bear Pools & Spas, demonstrates how to clean above ground pool DE filters. Cleaning the DE filter on your above ground pool helps your pool run more efficiently during those long summer months. Watch and learn how easy it is to clean the filter with water and cleaning solution.
This how-to video shows you how to open your above ground pool after it has sat there all winter. Make sure to remove water on top of the cover, any debris, and tubing securing the cover. Open your above ground pool and get it ready for summer. Check the skimmer, filter, and pump before allowing anyone in. Don't forget to install the diving board properly.
Have you been wanting to add more shrubbery to your yard? This video shows you how to plant shrubs in easy-to-follow steps. A good shovel, planting mix, and a stong back is all thats needed.
Steve Redman from Holland Park in London shows you how to prune herbaceous perennials, which should be cut back in early Spring so that all the plant's energy goes into new growth.
Steve Redman shows how to lift and divide herbaceous perennials. Steve helps to produce several plants form one individual plant. Tools and equipment are subtitled in this step-by-step video.
Make your lawn look like you have a professional landscaper, just by tidying up the edges. Learn how to edge your lawn with this step by step how to video.
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