Master gardener Paul James shows gardeners how to inspect the lawn before the growing season. Next, a tree expert talks about oaks and offers tips on how to care for them. Then, find out ways to turn your side yard into usable space. Finally, how to tell when it's a good time to apply pre-emergent herbicides.
If it's too early in spring to work in the garden, there are plenty of things to do to prep the yard--adjust and fix stepping stones and stone borders, stabilize and level the lawn, maintain bird habitats--and that's just for starters. Next, master gardener Paul James explains how to keep and maintain different types of shrubs. Then, Marianne Binetti talks about forcing branches. Finally, ways to make your garden fun.
Master gardener Paul James answers questions about bonsai, low-light houseplants, fixing a hose leak and more. Next, James presents his brand-new pond and explains how he built it, step by step. Then Marianne Binetti designs a beautiful winter garden. Finally, taking care of your garden tools is important: turn rusted ones back to good-as-new.
Master gardener Paul James offers tips on maintaining hand tools. Then, Renee Shepherd talks about easy-to-grow, tasty mesclun for fresh salads. Next, Michael Glassman displays several selections of fruiting shrubs that can add color to the winter garden. Finally, spring is just around the corner, and James shows us what's starting to bud around his yard.
Master gardener Paul James works on moving trees and shrubs in the garden. Next, he shows how to prepare a neglected garden bed for the growing season. Then, Peter D'Amato dishes the meat on carnivorous plants. Finally, James talks about his favorite plant, the Japanese maple, and gives a tour of the different selections in his yard.
Master gardener Paul James dresses up his garden pond with aquatic plants. Next, check out a myriad of stones that will fit every gardener's needs. In Sacramento, Gabe Beeler discusses proper tree care and maintenance. Finally, James demonstrates three tools that help combat weeds.
Master gardener Paul James shows how to start a new garden. Then, find out how to use foliage plants to add color to the garden. Next, Fred and Dolly Fassio talk about the curious art of bonsai. Finally, James explores the wonderful world of succulents.
Master gardener Paul James answers gardeners' questions. Then, Fran Northcut talks about fragrant lilacs, and in Seattle, Brad Seibe boasts about begonias. Finally, a question on ficus.
Master gardener Paul James offers tips and tricks to make gardening easier. Next, he talks about fabulous ferns for the home garden. Then, Cheryl Smith shows how to train your dog to stay out of the garden. Finally, James demonstrates how to build a simple contraption to help scare deer away.
First, master gardener Paul James offers tips on using all-natural methods to get rid of nasty garden pests. Next, it's the invasion of fungal growth in lawns--learn what you should do to prevent and treat the problem. Then, Sean Hogan talks about magnolia and michelia trees. Finally, tips on growing palms.
Master gardener Paul James talks about the design and maintenance of water gardens. Then, see the colorful world of koi. Next, Melinda Johnson introduces Australian plants and how to propagate them. Finally, discover how pot-in-pot planting helps young plants avoid transplant shock.
Master gardener Paul James shows how to make an attractive stone border. Then, he answers viewer questions about potting mixes and seedless watermelon. Next, designer Linda Plato creates unique window boxes for the indoors. Finally, Paul's favorite cooking herbs and tips for growing them.
Master gardener Paul James demonstrates the dos and don'ts of container gardening. Then, he works on some garden chores that he's been putting off. Next, grass guru John Greenlee talks about the latest trend in lawn alternatives--an urban meadow. Finally, using groundcovers as living mulch.
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