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Learn how to create good growing soil when growing a garden in this free gardening video.. Expert: Tia Pinney Bio: Tia Pinney is a Teacher Naturalist and Adult Program Coordinator at Mass Audubons Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary in Lincoln, Massachusetts. Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso

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How to keep your tomato plants healthy. Award winning garden expert Steve Brookes shares great fun and informative gardening tips.

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Patti Moreno, the Garden Girl, shows you how to build an inexpensive raised garden bed. Start are garden today. Read great companion text to the video here: www.gardengirltv.com SUBSCRIBE TO MY FREE MAGAZINE: visitor.constantcontact.com

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Flower beds do not have to be elaborate to enjoy fresh vegetables and beautiful flowers. With a raised garden bed, you can customize your garden bed however you want. Building a standard 3′x5′ garden bed with wood is most typical; however, you can use blocks, pavers, stone or even just a pile of soil. For this project you will need 2′x4′s, a 4′x4′ post, a tape measure, pencil and square, dill with bits and screws, a circular saw, work gloves, soil, landscape fabric, a shovel and hoe, a level, a utility knife, sawhorses, soil, a wheelbarrow, a soaker hose and some flower or vegetables. Select a location with plenty of sun where you can have access on both sides. Mark the dimensions of the area you want to have your garden bed, and dig up the sod. Do not dig too deep, but just enough to remove the sod. Check the ground with the level to make sure the base is even. Next, lay the landscaping fabric down and cut to fit. Cut the 2′x4′s and 4′x4′s to length, screw the 2′x4′ to each other, and the 4′x4′ inside each corner to form a box. Set the box in its designated area and make sure it is level. Cut any excess landscaping fabric and add your dirt or compost soil. Next plant your vegetables or flowers by pulling back the dirt. If you wish to add an irrigation system, simply set a hose in between the plants, cover with soil, and set to a timer. To find more helpful hints on water irrigation visit www.Lowes.com Now you have a beautiful raised flower garden for years of enjoyment

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How to make your own wood fired pizza oven using the Mediterranean oven kit. Also how to make the base for your oven.

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“Traditional to just the touch of the Orient”. This is just a small sample of “Before & After” landscape designs. We are a full service landscape design company specializing in Japanese Gardens. We also train and raise specimen plants at our private nursery. For additional information and more slide shows, go to www.orientallandscape.com. Servicing the Washington Metropolitan area for four decades.

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Learn how to start and maintain a garden in this free gardening video. Expert: Tia Pinney Bio: Tia Pinney is a Teacher Naturalist and Adult Program Coordinator at Mass Audubons Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary in Lincoln, Massachusetts. Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso

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To prune tomato plants, use clean, sharp cutters, and make clean cuts against the main stem of the mother plant. Prune out sucker growth, mildew or fungus from a tomato plant with instructions from a horticulturist in this free video on growing tomatoes.

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The Lowe’s Creative Ideas team shows how you can easily create an outdoor water fountain for your garden. Learn what materials you will need, how to hook up the water feature and what decorative touches you can add. For more creative ideas and videos like this one, visit www.Lowes.com

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