In episode one of Martha Knows Best, Martha Stewart, along with her gardener, Ryan, focus on sharing ideas and advice for vegetable gardening, including prepping the soil, preparing the beds and planting the seeds.
He's the curly-headed, blue-eyed gardener who can make jokes with Martha while planting perennials. Let’s find out more about this horticultural hero. Read the interview!
Trusted lifestyle expert Martha Stewart will bring her iconic home and garden talents to HGTV in the net’s newest series, Martha Knows Best. Get the details.
Martha Knows Best gives fans a behind the scenes look at her latest gardening projects on her New York farm. From planting a vegetable garden and trees, to building a stone path, to grooming her pets, Martha does it all. She surprises fans, giving advice on their home projects, and helps her celebrity friends with theirs. Is there anything Martha can’t do?
He's the curly-headed, blue-eyed gardener who can make jokes with Martha while planting perennials. Let’s find out more about this horticultural hero.
Including a garden spade, transplanting spade and gardening fork, this essential set gives you the right tools to nurture your garden from the ground up.
Keep your hair, eyes and skin protected from the sun's harmful UV rays with a chic, hard-working sun hat.
Featured in Martha Knows Best, the hori-hori, also known as a Japanese soil knife, is the must-have multi-tool for gardeners everywhere. Just like its namesake, Martha's version is both strong and pretty.
Even if you've never planted a vegetable garden before, follow our HGTV garden experts' tips and you'll be planting a bumper crop of tomatoes, peppers and lettuce before you know it.
Color your summer views with flowering perennials.
Discover different types of raised garden bed styles and flower bed styles that will inspire you to create your own orderly garden space.
This season, I’m giving vegetable gardening advice in a regular video series on HGTV's Facebook and Instagram. I'm also sharing the answers to some of your questions here. Check back often for updates.
Learn how to avoid common landscaping blunders and how to remedy the ones that may already be creeping into your yard.
Martha Stewart shows how to plant a variety of container gardens, like evergreen, succulent, summer and herb gardens, with her gardener Ryan McCallister. She also calls her good friend Snoop Dogg, who wants to know how to plant "herbs" in containers.
Martha Stewart shows how to plant evergreen, fruit, smoke bush and Japanese maple trees and make seats out of tree stumps. She helps Jay Leno plant a pomegranate tree and gives Sunny Hostin advice on what trees to plant around her chicken coop. Renowned chef and Martha's neighbor Daniel Boulud shows Martha his new fire pit.
Martha Stewart shows how to build a perennial flower border with the help of her gardener, Ryan McCallister. She also makes a call to her longtime friend, Richard Gere, who wants to know how to plant a perennial garden for all seasons.
Martha Stewart shows how to plant a vegetable garden with her head gardener, Ryan McCallister, and takes a call from her friend, Antoni Porowski of Queer Eye, who needs her advice on growing vegetables on his NYC balcony.
Martha Stewart builds a stone pathway that leads to her peacocks, getting help from the foreman of her outdoor grounds crew. Actress Lupita Nyong'o calls Martha for advice on how to arrange fresh flowers and what flowers are good for beginner gardeners.
Martha Stewart shows how to make a backyard fence similar to her own dog run, and dog breeder Ari Katz weighs in. Hailey Bieber gave her dog a trim and needs Martha's advice on how to fix it. Designer Zac Posen asks what vegetables he can give to his dog.
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