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DIY Hanging Rain Gutter Garden // Garden Answer

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Raspberry Jam – Wisconsin Garden Video Blog 711

See More Garden Goodies: http://www.WisconsinGarden.com – – – Today we’re making raspberry jam. After 2 hot and humid days of picking 28 pints of raspberries in our raspberry patch we’re spending the day indoors. Making jam is fairly easy. After inspecting, washing and mashing the raspberries I’ll be adding some Sure-Jell fruit pectin to preserve the color, adding the recommended amount of cane sugar or sugar substitute, I’ll be processing and sealing some of them with paraffin wax, while the others will use the hot steam bath method. While I often use the steam bath sealing method, I thought I’d try the hot wax method my mother always used. So join us in the kitchen as we create some very delicious raspberry jam.

Cultivate’16 // Garden Answer

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July Garden Tour part 1 of 3 – Wisconsin Garden Video Blog 707

See More Garden Goodies: http://www.WisconsinGarden.com – – – Welcome to our July Garden Tour, part 1 of 3.
Today is July 4th and we thought we’d start our garden tour in our main driveway in front of our giant fleece plants. We’ll move along the driveway to see what’s blooming and along the north section of our home to Lynn’s yearly Zinnia patch outside our kitchen entrance. We’ll visit our recent 3-Day project called “Unwanted Invasion” area where we reclaimed and replanted our iris and hosta then move to our little grape arbor, and our main driveway where we Espalier planted roadside apple trees. After that we’ll head into our Raspberry jungle and end part 1 on top of a newly reclaimed garden area where we planted our Zucchini, Butternut, Patty pan squash and my cannon ball and egg gourds using our Better Bilt Trellis system to support these soon to be prolific plants. So, if you enjoyed part 1 of our July garden tour, stay tuned for part 2. Enjoy!

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.

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