Paul James travels to sunny Solana Beach, California, where Jeff Moore shows how he created a garden that looks like a genuine coral reef. Then, Marianne Binetti explains how to save money while still making the garden gorgeous. Next, Mark Harp creates a pondless waterfall. Finally, some favorite gardening products that come from the sea.
After the snow melted from a storm, host Paul James inspects his garden for any damage on his early budding plants. In Seattle, Wash., Ciscoe Morris gives a lesson on bromeliads. In Vancouver, B.C., Egan Davis shows witch hazel, and finally, James uses some oils to control pests in his yard.
Host Paul James covers the extraordinary proportions in the transporting of a very large tree and how easy it is to move a small tree. Head to California where Dharma Webber talks about having bats in the garden. Plus, check out more gadgets and gizmos to keep things tidy.
Host Paul James travels to a California citrus farm, where he chats and eats with Otillia "Toots" Bier. Next, he tells all about terra cotta, giving great tips on how to use and care for these clay pots. Then, Patti Read and the students at a school for the physically-challenged show they are learning the love of gardening. Finally, James shows off some fun woodcutting tools.
Visit Dotty Woodson in Texas and learn about orchids. Host Paul James talks about how stone, wood and pottery can add visual strength and character to any landscape. Next, Marianne Binetti shows how one man's trash is another man's treasure. Finally, James shows some more fun gadgets.
Host Paul James shows various containers and ideas for plants. Then, visit Morning Side Elementary where the kids are Junior Master Gardeners. Next, Cisco Morris tells all about palms.
Host Paul James does some routine chores around his house. Visit Kelley Moritz as she does an irrigation audit to determine the amount of water being distributed. Learn about holly with Egan Davis, and see some great watering gadgets.
Host Paul James goes through a list of his favorite, interesting and easy-to-grow plants in alphabetical order! Next, James goes to Mike's house to help him reorganize his messy excuse of a shed. Then, Gil Frishman in San Francisco teaches us about the nutritional benefits of sprouts. Finally, James presents some cutting-edge grass cutting gadgets.
Host Paul James shows how much his yard has transformed over the last five years. Then James' personal trainer, Wes Cole, teaches some methods to avoiding strain in the garden. Next, visit Jimmy Turner at the Dallas Arboretum to discuss azaleas. Finally, James shows us some awesome watering gadgets.
Host Paul James goes around his place to do some before summer pruning. Then, head to Clark's house where James helps to rejuvenate the life and soil under an existing magnolia tree. Next, it's off to a Dallas Arboretum where Jimmy Turner is bonkers for bulbs. Finally, see some fun trimming gadgets.
Host Paul James takes his wife to a local nursery and discusses how to make the best of it and the purchase. Next, he goes around his house and inspects the plants for repotting or pruning needs. Then, head to Portland, Oreg., to meet Scott Vergara about bringing the Alpines to your backyard. Plus, see cool and easy-to-use cutting tools.
Host Paul James travels to Lisa's where her Japanese maple hasn't been watered in over a year. Then, he does a Q&A session. Next, Egan Davis shows how to dress up your patio. Finally, James talks water and introduces us to some more watering gadgets.
Host Paul James walks us through some steps for transitioning from spring to summer. Then, he visits Allison and her dying pine tree. Next, Bud Stuckey tells how to make a beautiful, yet safe yard for canines, as well as how to build a fun doghouse. Finally, James shows some more weeding gadgets.
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