Tag: Planting

Planting Wildflower Seeds in Early Spring for Color, Pollinators and Weed Control // CaliKim Cam

I like to plant wildflower seeds in early spring to add color to my garden, attract pollinators and to help with weed control. It’s a quick, simple and inexpensive way to beautify your garden and make it a space that you truly enjoy! See below for links and discounts to the supplies I used in […]

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Direct Sowing Seeds in Raised Beds | Planting the Fall Garden | Roots and Refuge Farm

Today, my friend and I are doing some direct sowing in the raised beds for the fall garden. Many of you have asked to see exactly how we do this, so here is your chance! I showed you my seed spacing ruler, which I got at the dollar spot at Target in Spring. I did […]

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How To Start Vegetable Seeds Indoors NOW For Spring Planting (2019)

Let me show you how I start seeds indoors to get ready for my spring garden. Starting vegetables from seed is easy and MUCH less expensive than buying vegetable plants. Get your spring garden started… start your seeds NOW. alan Here’s the Seed Starting Mat I have. There are several different sizes to choose from. […]

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Garden Design Show 15 – Planting Ideas, Long & Wide Garden Design Plans

To see more about the Great Garden Formula 3.0 visit: http://www.greatgardenformula.com [DESIGN SHOW 15] Planting ideas, long & wide garden plans In this episode Successful Garden Designers Rachel Mathews and Ali Conway walk you round the Cambridge Botanic Gardens to look at how to effectively repeat plant in your garden. They also show designs they […]

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Planting a privacy fence of grasses

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How to Prep a Garden Bed For Planting Vegetable in 3 Easy Steps // Spring Garden Series #5🍅🥒🌶🥕

It’s time to get our hands dirty and prep our garden bed for planting vegetables! I’ll share how to do it in 3 quick & easy steps – follow these steps so you’re ready to plant your spring garden as soon as the weather is warm enough. Grow your spring garden with me – CaliKim […]

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Planting Lavender Phlox: Old Fashioned Garden Flowers

Lavender Phlox is one of my all time favorite old fashioned perennials. I love the pollinators they bring to my garden! Let me show you how I plant them. Topics Include: Planting Lavender Phlox Bare-root Planting Perennial Flowers “Bloom with Us” is a partnership with First Community Bank and P. Allen Smith to design and […]

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Planting Spring Crops! 👩‍🌾🌿// Garden Answer

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Planting Sweet Corn in raised beds

I planted sweet corn variety sugar buns in a new 4 X 8 raised bed. I planted them in a trench so I can hill up soil around the base of the plant to get stronger roots on the base of the stock. I plan on planting some beans and squash with the corn. http://amzn.to/2kaTfiE […]

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Washington Planting Zones

Best offers Hand Tools for Gardening & Lawn Care https://amzn.to/2InnD0w ————— Washington Planting Zones. The state of Washington falls into U.S. Department of Agriculture hardiness zones 6 through 9. The USDA hardiness zones rate average temperatures across the country, so gardeners may gauge whether a particular plant is likely to be perennial in their area. […]

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