Posts Tagged ‘landscaping’

Scarlet Runner Beans – Growing and Harvesting

John from www.growingyourgreens.com shares with you a December garden update Growing Tips and Harvesting his Scarlet Runner Beans. The Scarlet Runner Vine is a very useful plant as you will learn in this episode. John enjoys the flowers and the young, sweet beans raw.

How to Grow a Vegetable Garden if you RENT your Home

John from www.growingyourgreens.com goes on a field trip to a viewers house who is growing a full-on backyard garden in the home he does not own. In this episode you will see what is being grown in this North Las Vegas desert garden and some of the techniques that are being used to grow food today. Why put off until tomorrow what you can start GROWING today? After watching this episode, hopefully you will have some ideas on what you can do to start growing food today even if you do not own your own property.

How to Plant a Perennial Garden

www.lowes.com 6 Easy Steps for Growing a Perennial Garden: 1. Choose a large open location, that will provide full sun, partial sun, and full shade. 2. Sketch a plan for your garden. 3. Choose your plants that have varying heights to add excitement to your garden. 4. Dig the bed and amend the soil with a rich compost. Rake the soil out smoothly. 5. Place the plants, giving them plenty of space to grow. Plant them as deep as the pot, not any deeper. 6. Mulch your perennials, to conserve moisture, suppress weeds, and unify the look of your garden. For more information and tips on growing a perennial garden, visit www.lowes.com

With Nature in Mind: Organic Gardening

UW Bothell and Cascadia Community College have an inspiring staff that is leading the way in organic gardening and landscape management. They have completely phased out pesticides and herbicides while using goats, composting, and a host of other solutions to create a beautiful campus. Learn more by watching the video. Director: David Ryder Producers: Tony Guerrero, Jim Perich-Anderson

Edibles for the Las Vegas Garden & Soil Additives to Grow Better in the Desert

John from www.growingyourgreens.com goes on a field trip to the Spring Preserve Spring Plant Sale. In this episode you will learn about some edible desert-adapted plants you can grow that are edible. In addition you will learn about some products that were shown including It’ll Gro Volcanic Rock soil additive, and Zeolite soil additive all available locally for Las Vegas Gardeners. In addition, you will learn the #1 tomato plant to grow in the Desert and much more.

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