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How to Make a Utilization Cage

How to Make a Utilization Cage

There are a couple of benefits to the cage and those benefits are closely related, the most obvious being that you'll be able to determine, at a glance, whether deer are grazing on your crop.

How to Care for Various Climbing Plants

How to Care for Various Climbing Plants

In this episode of Growing Wisdom, Dave gives you a look at a variety of climbing plants

How to Use Contrasting Colors for a Simple Garden Design

How to Use Contrasting Colors for a Simple Garden Design

Dan Faires shows how to use plants of contrasting colors in a garden.

How to Use Plant Height to Give Your Garden More Energy and Appeal

How to Use Plant Height to Give Your Garden More Energy and Appeal

Dan Faires shows how to use plants of different heights in the garden.

How to Use Texture to Enhance Your Garden

How to Use Texture to Enhance Your Garden

Dan Faires shows how different plant textures can help enhance a garden.

A Monochromatic Garden Design

A Monochromatic Garden Design

Dan Faires shows how plants of similar hues create a monochromatic garden.

These Foolproof Methods Will Get Insects Out Of Your Home

These Foolproof Methods Will Get Insects Out Of Your Home

Summer is here, and that means one thing: bugs. Many insects like to wander into your home in the summer and disturb your property in general. Here are some great tips for making sure insects stay out of your home and yard this year.

How to Grow Your Own Beets

How to Grow Your Own Beets

Laurie March shows how to plant, grow and harvest beets.

How to Grow Potatoes in Your Garden

How to Grow Potatoes in Your Garden

Laurie March shows how to plant, grow and harvest potatoes.

How to Grow Your Own Chili Peppers

How to Grow Your Own Chili Peppers

Laurie March shows how to plant, grow and harvest chile peppers.

How to Grow Your Own Cucumbers

How to Grow Your Own Cucumbers

Laurie March shows how to plant, grow and harvest cucumbers.

How to Grow a Tomato Garden

How to Grow a Tomato Garden

Laurie March shows how to plant, grow and harvest tomatoes.

How to Grow Great Tomatoes in Your Backyard

How to Grow Great Tomatoes in Your Backyard

Dan Faires shares tips on how to grow and maintain healthy tomato plants.

Great Tipd for Planting a Garden in Wet Soil

Great Tipd for Planting a Garden in Wet Soil

Dan Faires shares tips for planting a garden in soil that's too wet.

Simple Tips for Pruning an Overgrown Tree

Simple Tips for Pruning an Overgrown Tree

Dan Faires shows how to prune an overgrown tree and keep it healthy.

Quick Tips on Pruning an Overgrown Garden

Quick Tips on Pruning an Overgrown Garden

Dan Faires shows how to prune an overgrown, chaotic garden area.

How to Grow Plants in Dry Soil

How to Grow Plants in Dry Soil

Dan Faires shares tips for planting a garden in soil that's hot and dry.

How to Grow Different Types of Redbuds

How to Grow Different Types of Redbuds

In this episode of Growing Wisdom, Dave shows you several different types of redbuds.

Potted Plant Care Tips

Potted Plant Care Tips

Shirley Bovshow discusses the special hands-on care that potted plants require. Paying special focus to summer weather conditions, Shirley shows what you need to do to keep your plants lush and full. Shirley also demonstrates how to revive a parched plant and shows how to detect if the roots are still alive.

Paul Bangay's Philosophy on Gardening

Paul Bangay's Philosophy on Gardening

Martha chats with Australia's foremost garden designer, Paul Bangay, about garden design and Bangay's philosophy for gardening.

Tips for Dealing With a Waterlogged Garden

Tips for Dealing With a Waterlogged Garden

One gardening expert shares some tips for dealing with your waterlogged garden this summer.

How to Grow Different Types of Willows

How to Grow Different Types of Willows

In this episode of Growing Wisdom, Dave gives you a look at a variety of willows.

Tips For Adding Magnificent Color To Your Summer Garden

Tips For Adding Magnificent Color To Your Summer Garden

On this edition of Garden Inspiration, Breana Shaw from Armstrong Garden Centers is back with ways to add color while conserving water this summer.

All About Figs with Shirley Bovshow

All About Figs with Shirley Bovshow

Garden designer Shirley Bovshow educates us on everything fig! Available in over 200 varieties with plenty of different flavors and textures to choose from, Shirley shows how you can grow your own figs in just about every climate. Since figs need tight roots, they grow best in containers. Shirley shows us how to plant them and tell when they're ripe.

How to Arrange Your Own Southern Living Flower Box

How to Arrange Your Own Southern Living Flower Box

This easy step-by-step video will show you how to put together your Southern Living Flower Box.

Expert Reveals Tips for Growing and Harvesting Broccoli

Expert Reveals Tips for Growing and Harvesting Broccoli

Broccoli is a crop that will produce throughout the season, not just during the “cold” weather in spring and fall. Harvest the first large head and side shoots will form spears all season long.

Everything You Need to Know About Growing Artichokes

Everything You Need to Know About Growing Artichokes

Artichokes might not be a cash crop in your area, but you can grow them in your garden as a novelty or even as a beautiful flowering plant. It’s even easier if you buy large potted plants that come with a bud set and all ready to grow. We’ll talk about available varieties, starting from seed, and how many you’ll harvest.

Tips for Growing Tomatoes as a Vine

Tips for Growing Tomatoes as a Vine

Some tomatoes can be trained to a stake and grown as a vine, but it requires some judicious pruning. We’ll look at how to tell which ones can be vines and how to get their training started.

Growing Different Tomato Varieties

Growing Different Tomato Varieties

In this episode of Growing Wisdom, Dave shows you different tomato varieties.

Make Your Own Food Plot Fence

Make Your Own Food Plot Fence

The soybeans are intended to serve as a late-season food source thus I need to keep the deer out of them as best I can until mid- to late-November.

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