Master Gardener Yvonne Savio gives advice about propagating Lemon Verbena.
Learn how to minimize irrigation in the garden and how to create water features. Dr. Denny Schrock talks about low-water use gardens and Jamie Beyer showcases water features. From the Iowa Master Gardener program, thanks to Iowa State University Extension and Outreach.
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Daylilies, as the name suggests, have flowers which normally last no longer than a day. Bud Qualk interviews Phyllis Petcoff about the perennial plants.
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Tips on how to prune your blueberry plant from OSU Master Gardeners.
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Learn some quick tips on training a young fruit tree from an OSU Master Gardener.
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See More Garden Goodies: – – – It’s our 1st Master Gardener Tour. Several months ago, we were asked if we would consider hosting a mid-August garden tour for Ozaukee County Master Gardeners and we agreed. Little did we know then that our entire house and garage would be disrupted by a major residing project. Thank goodness we were able to delay it till mid-September. It is also an amazing coincident that August 17th, the day they requested, happens to be the actual date of our 50th Wedding Anniversary. Thank goodness we celebrated it earlier this month. Join us as we take a quick walkabout as to what they will be seeing. By the way, you’re also invited 6:00-7:30 PM. ADDED COMMENT: The tour was well received with lots of hugs, handshakes, very appreciative comments, a lots of photos taken.
Learn everything you need to know about orchard mason bees and pollination from an Oregon State University Master Gardener.
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Today we visted Master Gardener Doug Jones at his home in the Phoenix suburbs. Doug has been growing tropicals and subtropicals in his yard for almost 30 years, and helped found the Arizona division of the California Rare Fruit Growers group. Doug is an inspiration in that he has learned through trial and error what the majority of us have learned through YouTube videos: how to build a healthy soil that allows bananas and guavas to thrive in the desert.
Plants require food and water to grow. The best way to provide this for them is to construct a rich, fertile soil by applying layer upon layer of organic material, or mulch. Mulch is found in various forms, such as wood chips, grass clippings, pine needles, or palm fronds. The benefits of mulch are endless: you are increasing moisture retention, cutting watering costs, providing a habitat for microbes and insects, regulating soil temperature, and building up a natural layer of compost to feed your trees. Nature has been mulching for millions of years. Every time a tree sheds its leaves or falls over and rots, Nature is applying her own layer of organic material to feed worms and microbes.
In Doug’s many years of experimenting, he has learned that applying 4 feet of mulch once a year (or 1 foot of mulch each season), he has created an environment that allows his exotic plants to not only survive, but thrive.
Special thanks to Doug Jones for opening up his home to us, and to Brandon and Alyssa at Greenie’s Garden (youtube.com/greeniesgarden) for help in making this video possible.
After a long winter and difficult spring growing season, the Somerset-based, family-run nursery, Avon Bulbs, which specialises in “interesting and uncommon” bulbs and plants, is putting the finishing touches to its RHS Malvern Spring Festival showpiece.
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Learn some quick tips on pruning a Japanese maple from an OSU Master Gardener.
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Rough cut of preproduction concept video for “Master Gardeners of Paradise” a proposed documentary feature about the amazingly productive organic farms of Kauai, Hawaii and the master gardeners who created them, by Darrel Jarmusch.
Coshocton County Master Gardener Volunteers have done some amazing things for our community this year! Congratulations on a job well done, and thank you for your time and dedication!
Learn about the benefits and proven practices of mulch and fertilizer for your blueberry plant in this 10-Minute University segment.