Paul visits a historic blueberry farm. Plus, French gardening techniques.
Master gardener Paul James tries his hand at carpentry; check out Paul's new potting bench. Plus, he meets John Spaulding, who has a passion for palms.
An expert shows you how to create charming tabletop gardens. You have questions? Paul has the answers in another Q&A. Then, he visits a chocolatey-delicious garden.
Paul shows off the latest and greatest gardening gadgets and gizmos.
Paul discusses spacing requirements for plants.
To start, Paul assembles a compost bin. Then, he shows us his seating areas.
Paul helps some friends plant a tree and visits fig grower Ed Laivo. Along the way, he provides safety tips and demonstrates gizmos that protect the eyes, ears and lungs while in the garden.
After Paul installs a water feature, he goes on a mushroom hunt with Patrice Benson. Then, he meets up with Joel Holland who squashes the competition with his hunkin' pumpkins. Finally, Paul presents some kits for growing mushrooms at home.
Host Paul James visits some high school students that totally dig plants, and Julie Chai demonstrates how to make an umbrella pot. Finally, Paul addresses overgrowth issues in a pond.
Paul James visits Cedar Grove Compost where yard waste is made into gardeners' gold. Then, Phil Radspinner provides an overview of what it takes to garden organically.
Paul shows how to prepare for frost season, then visits the zoo. Next, he meets with Carol Reed to discuss ways to implement organic practices into yards. Finally, Paul makes a plant scrapbook.
Paul provides tips on extending the life of cut flowers. Then, James Nieh gives the buzz on bees, and Jill Slater shows her contemporary twist on the classic knot garden.
Paul points out the pluses of poinsettias, then gets fired up with firepits and fireplaces. Then, see how you can defy gravity with a living wall.
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