Summer Window Baskets

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Succulent Inspiration

Here’s the names of the Succulents I used:

1. Blue Chalk Sticks (Senecio mandraliscae)
2. Aloe Vera
3. Echeveria ‘Black Prince’
4. Echeveria ‘Lola’
5. Aeonium ‘Kiwi’
6. Sedum ‘Coral Carpet’
7. Kalanchoe luciae ‘Flapjacks’
8. Echeveria pulidonis
9. Anacampseros telephiastrum variegata
10. Panda Plant (Kalanchoe tememtosa)
11. Echeveria ‘Perle von Nurnberg’
12. More Sedum ‘Coral Carpet’
13. More Panda Plant (Kalanchoe tomentosa)
14. Another Aeonium ‘Kiwi’
15. More Sedum ‘Coral Carpet’

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Planting A Butterfly Garden – Wisconsin Garden Video Blog 682

See More Garden Goodies: http://www.WisconsinGarden.com – – – Today we are planting a butterfly garden in a section of our front yard berm. While we have thousands of flowers growing on our little half-acre property here in Brookfield, Wisconsin, we wanted to dedicate an area close to where common milkweed naturally grows. We’ve also added Swamp milkweed and orange Butterfly Weed seeds plus Wildflower Butterfly and Hummingbird Mix and Wildflower Aromatic Mix from Encap, a Wisconsin based Seed Company. We scattered them generously with the intent to have a dense area for a dramatic roadside display. We look forward to encouraging many pollinators including butterflies and hummingbirds to our Wisconsin Garden along their journey through our collective lives. – P.S. “Happy Mother’s Day to all the amazing women in the World.”

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Amazing Garden Friend – Wisconsin Garden Video Blog 681

See More Garden Goodies: http://www.WisconsinGarden.com – – – WOW – Today we received a surprise package from an amazing garden friend from Michigan who knows our love for Zinnias. Inside his gift package was a complete growing system including seedling trays, starter pots, potting soil and his special fertilizer. His Zinnias of preference are the Zinnia Magellan Hybrid Mix from Park Seed. He even included extensive notes on how he grows this variety of Zinnias. He also sent some Morning Glory seeds and asked us to plant them in honor of this mother’s side of the family who once lived in Wisconsin. Tim has been a long-time viewer and generous supporter of our garden blog series. One thing about gardeners, they are extremely supportive and giving. Tim’s been candid and willing to share his expansive gardening experiences, tips and suggestions with us and our viewers and as always, his advice is deeply appreciated even as we experiment with an idea in a slightly different direction. Tim, we thank you for your generous surprise gift and being so supportive of our garden blog.

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GreenStalk Update + Container Unboxing

Planting the GreenStalk – https://youtu.be/zPi380XVB90

22 in. Dia Wicker Poly-Clay Woven Look Pot
http://www.homedepot.com/p/MPG-22-in-Dia-Wicker-Poly-Clay-Woven-Look-Pot-PC7138WSW/206420073

18 in. Round Aged Granite Cast Stone Mailbox Planter
http://www.homedepot.com/p/MPG-18-in-Round-Aged-Granite-Cast-Stone-Mailbox-Planter-PF6122AG/203914101

GreenStalk Stackable Planter
http://greenstalkgarden.com/

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Upside Down Tomato Planter

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Flower Pillow

More info on Flower Pillows – https://www.provenwinners.com/flowerpillow

Congrats to Kimberly J, Katy R and Debby B on winning the flower pillows!

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Quick Succulent Arrangement

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May Garden Tour Part 2 – Wisconsin Garden Video Blog 684

See More Garden Goodies: http://www.WisconsinGarden.com – – – We’re on to part 2 of our yearly May garden tour where we will begin with the beautiful tulip hedge along our south parking area. Then we will move along the new inside walkway that edges the east berm to look at all the plants and flowers growing, blooming, and those that will soon be blooming. Many perennials have started to claim their spotlight in a friendly competition for our visual attention from the newly planted sedums, stella d’oro day lilies, hostas, giant bleeding hearts, mock orange, roses, honeysuckle, tulips to name just a few. We’ll move to under the snake willow and make our way to outside the kitchen alcove, along the front porch garden area, Japanese fern peony, strawberry beds, fenced in garden area with lots of garlic, tree peonies. Lastly we’ve look at our waterfall pond, several tree structures and end where we started. So once again, sit back and enjoy this garden tour.

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New Container Garden – Wisconsin Garden Video Blog 688

See More Garden Goodies: http://www.WisconsinGarden.com – – – We’re replacing our old containers for our new container garden along our Westside walkway. We found some new heavy duty plastic containers at one of our local food stores. We will amend the soil with half of the old potting soil, and the other half mixed with new potting soil, compost, top soil and perlite. Each container will be a seed starter consisting of day lilies and flowers. We still have another container we’ll be using for some mystery seeds. We will also be cutting the bottoms out of the old containers, sinking them into the ground, and using them for planting new yellow raspberries, blueberries and grapes in an effort to control root expansion.