DIY Willow Branch Trellis (Full Version) // Garden Answer

Happy Jack® Purple Clematis – https://goo.gl/I1mpqV

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Q&A How I Got Started // Garden Answer

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DIY Hanging Rain Gutter Garden // Garden Answer

Supplies
(3) 36” Rain Gutter – http://goo.gl/phKmvi
(6) End Caps – http://goo.gl/lynyHq
(2) 5’ Pieces of 1/8” Diameter Branded Steel Cable (For Suspension) – http://goo.gl/W7G43d
(2) Steel Cable Sleeves(Ferrules) – https://goo.gl/DYpJuN
(2) Screw in Hooks – http://goo.gl/SMz4HR
(2) 3’ Pieces of 1/8” Diameter Steel Rod (Cut to size to brace the gutter) http://goo.gl/fPMfwn
(6) Feeny 2 Hole Cross Clamps- http://goo.gl/SgtfPB
(5) Mojave® Yellow Portulaca – https://goo.gl/7PVVRF
(5) Mojave® Tangerine Portulaca – https://goo.gl/bXiA7n
(5) Mojave® Fuchsia Portulaca – https://goo.gl/q3MN1b

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Garden Tour Pt 2 // Garden Answer

Garden Tour Pt 1 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D7WkTuiX8Rs

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Edibles in Containers // Garden Answer

It’s about time to start fall crops (broccoli, kale, spinach, lettuce, swiss chard, herbs, etc.)! If your garden space is already full, try planting them in galvanized tubs! 🌿🌱☀️

Tomato Tone – https://goo.gl/oSJGFh
Potting Mix – https://goo.gl/xS8Bly
Galvanized Tubs – http://goo.gl/my8Mht

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Potting Shed Makover

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July Garden Tour part 2 of 3  – Wisconsin Garden Video Blog 708

See More Garden Goodies: http://www.WisconsinGarden.com – – – Welcome to our July Garden Tour, part 2 of 3.
We begin the second part of our garden tour on the north side of our property on top of a newly reclaimed berm that used to have a 60’ evergreen tree. We’re heading into our raised bed vegetable garden area to see what survived in our square foot garden, as well as, our tomatoes, peppers, and beets are doing. We’ll travel along the west side of our property and head to our pond areas, water lilies, newly painted red trellis, and see all the flowers that are still in bloom. Then we will visit the original fenced in garden where all of our garden adventures started many years ago. We will end this tour on the south west side of half acre garden and see our newly planted iris bed is doing, along with our two main peach trees. So if you enjoyed this second part of our July garden tour, stay tuned for part 3. Enjoy!

Succulents and Squirrels! // Garden Answer

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Cactus Mix Soil – https://goo.gl/O7vxxT
Diamond Tile Drill Bit – http://goo.gl/c766M6
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New Iris Bed  – Wisconsin Garden Video Blog 706

See More Garden Goodies: http://www.WisconsinGarden.com – – – We are tackling another new iris bed along the south driveway that desperately needs the invading grass eliminated. Just like replanting our iris patch along the main driveway, it’s time to divide, inspect and prep this diverse iris bed before replanting. In addition to the iris we are moving some Liatris and collecting all the tulip bulbs that were also in this area. While the weather is cooperating and a bit cooler with less humidity, we still intend to work under the shade of our picnic table umbrellas. Once everything is removed and ready for planting, we will amend the soil with peat moss and perlite to keep the soil looser. With the help of our mini tiller we will reclaim the soil and start planting. We’ll also take a sneak peek at Tim’s surprise Zinnias and another surprise gift from Scott & Sarah Miller from Ohio. Our deepest thanks.

Unwanted Invasion – Wisconsin Garden Video Blog 704

See More Garden Goodies: http://www.WisconsinGarden.com – – – Tackling our unwanted invasion of Creeping Buttercup ground cover will take us several days to remove. While it looked pretty when we bought it several years ago, it really started invading our iris, hosta, peony and surrounding arborvitae bushes as a 12’ tall mini jungle around our little leaf linden tree. It had to go. We could have attempted to remove it one plant at a time, but because this area is fairly large, we brought in two different roto tillers to help make the job a little easier. In just two days we collected nearly half a trailer load full and still have to dig out the iris to also eliminate this ground cover and any grass that has also invaded this area But it’s time to dig up, divide and inspect the iris for weak or diseased plants and eliminate them as well.

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