Host Paul James visits a bamboo garden and gets to the root of these running shoots. After a visit to a garden with down home charm, feathered friends provide some inside tricks when it comes to composting, and guest Jill Slater has ideas on how to turn a backyard into a bouquet. Finally, there's an ingenious way to keep your tomatoes safe from critters.
Paul gets to the bottom of bulbs in a visit to the Washington Bulb Company. Next, a delicious Puget Sound landscape provides ideas on how to enjoy the fruits of backyard labor, and guest Roberta Walker dresses up unsightly driveway dividers.
A visit to Rainier Wood Recyclers shows how old wood can be made into new mulch. Then, guest Barbara Flynn has gardens with plants that have come a long way, and guest Jerry Addington dishes out a lesson on carnivorous plants and hybrids.
After a visit to a farm where the lavender fields are forever, host Paul James has answers to viewers' gardening questions. Then, guest Julie Chai has tips on creating a space that is cozy and easy to keep all year round.
Host Paul James meets a couple that combines their passions for art and gardening to create a one-of-a-kind landscape. Then, Barbara Reisinger demonstrates how gardening is perfect practice for problem solving, while Michael Sestak has some bright ideas for lighting up the landscape. Finally, Paul provides tips on how to detect leaks in water features.
Host Paul James is stumped when it comes to describing Pat Riehl's garden. Then, author Rosalind Creasy provides tips that stretch garden staples while leaving room for ornamentals, and Julie Chai has some fast and fun ways to spruce up the yard one season to the next.
Host Paul James follows a yellow brick road to an exciting storybook garden, while Dan Corson proves that you don't have to live near the equator to have a tropical themed garden. Then, Steve Silk talks about thrillers, fillers and spillers for pots.
Nita-Jo Roundtree provides a tour of her garden landscape, filled to the brim with rare and beautiful annuals. Then, horticulturist Tony Tomeo demonstrates how he puts plant parts together in a process known as grafting, and Kathleen Nelson takes a closer peek at perennials.
It's lockdown for host Paul James as he visits the beautiful gardens of Alcatraz. Then, an inspirational garden sanctuary provides a taste of garden therapy, while tips on packing pots can create architectural pop in a landscape.
Even the Gardener Guy makes mistakes, so host Paul James hopes he can help others learn from some of his gardening mishaps. Then, he visits a four-tiered garden with some lovely, distinct garden rooms and meets generous volunteers who are eager to plant and donate food to those in need. Finally, Paul provides tips on shutting down water features in preparation for winter.
A home's curb appeal is a major selling point, so here are some simple ways to get a landscape in top shape and ready to sell. Then, quick and easy fruit harvesting tips are provided, along with some good advice for preventing sneezes and allergic reactions to garden blooms.
Host Paul James evaluates his garden shed and de-clutters, keeping only the essentials. Then, he gets up close and personal with a fall favorite -- mums. And, tips on preservation can help maintain a garden's legacy for generations to come.
Host Paul James discusses the changes that occur in the fall and offers some advice in avoiding some problems. Then, tips on creating an eco-friendly house garden and irrigation provide lessons that help create picture perfect moments.
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