Category : home garden

How to Prune an Overgrown Hedge

Shopping List for
– plastic tree ties

Tools for
– orchard ladder, used for reaching top of tall hedge (can be rented)
– bypass pruners
– pole pruner (can be rented)
– leaf rake
– wheelbarrow

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How To Plant 100 Tulips in 30 minutes

Have a look at this video and learn how to plant 100 tulips in 30 minutes.

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How to Protect Plants for the Winter

Shopping List for How to Protect Plants for the Winter:
– 1/2-inch exterior-grade plywood, for sheathing the A-frame plant protector
– 2x4s, used to build frame for A-frame plant protector
– 1/4-inch x 3 1/2-inch galvanized carriage bolts, washers and wing nuts, used to assemble wooden A-frame plant cover
– small-diameter rope and cord, used to truss up plants
– 1 1/4-inch and 3-inch decking screws, for assembling and securing plant protectors
– metal-framed fabric plant tent with plastic tent stakes, used to protect plants
– burlap, used to protect rose bushes
– 1-inch-square wooden stakes, used to support burlap

Tools for How to Protect Plants for the Winter:
– small sledgehammer, used to pound in stakes
– drill/driver, for drilling holes and driving in screws
– portable circular saw, used to cut plywood, 2x4s and wooden stakes
– staple gun with 1/2-inch staples, used to secure the burlap to the wooden stakes
– utility knife, used to cut rope and cord
– 5/16-inch-diameter twist-drill bit, for boring holes for carriage bolts

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How To Plant a Potted Mum

Watch this video and learn how to plant a potted mum for the fall. Mums as you know are fall flowers.

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How To Prune and Replace Foundation Plants

Watch this video and learn how to prune and replace foundation plants.

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How to Plant Tulips

Spring has finally sprung. Watch this video and learn how to plant tulips.

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The Top 5 Fall Flowers

Watch this video and learn of the top five fall flowers.

 

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