Tag: Pruning

139_How to Pruning Chrysanthemum ||| How to grow Chrysanthemum for next season

How to grow Chrysanthemum for next season growing from cutting how to pruning chrysanthemum plant, Video Rating: / 5

Read More

Pruning and Propagating Chrysanthemums in a Pot

Pruning and propagating Chrysanthemums in a pot. Chrysanthemums make excellent pot and indoor plants. Prune their tips to encourage bushier growth and more blooms. When they done flowering cut them all the way down. Mums can be start from cuttings. Take fresh stems, remove the lower leaves, and plant them in the soil. Grow flowers […]

Read More

Pruning and propagating Hibiscus

I have decided it was time to prune my Hibiscus plants since they got a bit tall and my summer is loooooong. I think by spring they will regrow whatever I prune and more, so here it goes 🙂 ▼▼▼More info bellow!▼▼▼ I don’t want to hard prune them, however I would like them to […]

Read More

AeroGarden – Pruning Gourmet Herbs Seed Pod Kit

Enjoy fresh herbs all year round with this high output kit of culinary classics. Our Gourmet Herbs Seed Pod Kit comes with everything you need to grow and works in any of our AeroGardens! You’ll be running for the recipe books looking for new ways to use your homegrown herbs. With the Gourmet Herbs Seed […]

Read More

Pruning spring flowering shrubs

Video Rating: / 5 Looking for Trees and Shrubs visit http://www.nicksgardencenter.com Nick’s Garden Center & Farm Market 2001 South Chambers Road Aurora Colorado (303) 696-6657. For all of your landscaping and gardening needs specifically Flowering Shrubs and Trees, we’re celebrating our 25th year. At Nick’s Garden Center & Farm Market we’ve offered Quality * Service […]

Read More

Summer Pruning Apple Fruit Trees – Cordons, Fans and Espaliers

by Jacob Surland Generally speaking, it is best to prune fruit trees in winter, when they are dormant. This is certainly true of any normal apple trees that you would find in an orchard. As with all gardening rules, however, there are exceptions. Restricted, wire trained forms of apple tree, such as fans, cordons and […]

Read More

Pruning Tropical Hibiscus 2013

Here we go again 🙂 It’s time to prune this plant again 🙂 it had a rough winter with spider mites as well as sun burn and cold stress from being put outside a little early in our crazy Canadian spring. but with some pruning this plant will look beautiful in no time! Check out […]

Read More

How to create bonsai from nursery plant Sweet Broom Part 2 Root Pruning & potting

Watch Part 1 at http://youtu.be/BcNQJYLRLpM Watch Part 3 (6 month later) at http://youtu.be/svFXr6TxWu8 Watch Part 4 (15 month later)at http://youtu.be/67XFh0vsD-g Part 2 shows the final prunning, and then a quick root prunning and potting. Time to enjoy the bonsai! Please subscribe to see future updates for this plant. Thank you

Read More

Small Tree Pruning | From the Ground Up

Do you have some small trees that are getting out of hand in your yard? Now is a good time to start pruning and it’s much easier to start building good structure in small trees than it is to deal with large tree pruning later in life. From the Ground Up is your source for […]

Read More

Cowden Castle Japanese garden, special pruning techniques of Pinus Nigra nana.

Lesson on special prunning technique of Black Pine nana at Cowden Castle Japanese Garden by master gardener Junya Matsukawa Video Rating: / 5

Read More