July Garden Tour // Garden Answer

2017
January Garden Tour – https://youtu.be/4BKMEgq2G0k
We Skipped February because it looked just like it did in Jan
March Garden Tour – https://youtu.be/tIzzjLzxFNA
April Garden Tour – https://youtu.be/slE546ppG9c
May Garden Tour – https://youtu.be/57KgzhA8rPw
June Garden Tour – https://youtu.be/Bx-YGBFLm50
July Garden Tour – https://youtu.be/vBAFdvHn0cs

2016
Garden Tour Part 1 – https://www.youtube.com/shared?ci=XxZDcOetfT0
Garden Tour Part 2 – https://www.youtube.com/shared?ci=DD6_UsZfCUI
Garden Tour Part 3 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7aQTu4Mzr0g
Garden Tour Part 4 – https://youtu.be/YJRvjQt7DvU

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Harvesting Garlic – Wisconsin Garden Video Blog 784

See More Garden Goodies: http://www.WisconsinGarden.com – – – It’s the end of July and it’s time for harvesting Garlic in Wisconsin. Garlic is one of the simplest plants to grow. Late last fall we planted 3 raised beds with purple stripped hardneck garlic cloves and simply planted each clove 4” deep and 6” apart. We covered them with a couple of inches straw mulch and let nature do all the rest. As the plant grows each leaf indicate the number of clove in the maturing bulb. When the bottom 4-5 leaves turn brown we know it’s time to harvest. Today we counted 187 garlic bulbs from 3 of our raised beds more than enough to last us through next year. Join us today as we carefully dig out all of our new garlic bulbs.

Planting Hydrangeas, Black Lace Elderberry & Pine | Pot transitions // Garden Answer

Seriously, you guys are the best! 😃💜 First, let me say how thankful I am for all of you! We were blown away by all your sweet comments about our baby announcement. It’s been so hard to keep it secret- we were so excited to tell you! We’ll be sharing more as we go! And second, this is a video of a few planting projects I worked on in the garden. It’s hot, I’m sweaty (and my face was dirty for more than half the video), but we do it because we love it! Right?! 😉 Thanks for watching!

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DIY Rosemary Wreath // Garden Answer

Rosemary – Check your local Garden Center
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Cultivate ’17 Proven Winners Booth Tour // Garden Answer

Cultivate is one of the largest garden trade shows in the US
http://cultivate17.org/

How Shrubs are Made – https://youtu.be/-9oWDvkLoqA

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Never Ending Weeding – Wisconsin Garden Video Blog 779

See More Garden Goodies: http://www.WisconsinGarden.com – – – Never ending weeding is a well-known task that every gardener faces despite one’s best made plans. While mulching helps prevent sunlight from filtering down encouraging new seed or root growth, it doesn’t eliminate the continual need for weeding. Today we will be addressing the area around our little pond, removing some ground cover, cleaning up the iris bed, cutting back the fleece plant and removing anything else that doesn’t add aesthetic value to this area. Because of all the rain, heat and humidity, we will also be spreading the truckload of mulch that was delivered over a month ago over the entire area that used to be our Raspberry Jungle. We will also reveal a big lunch time surprise delivered by the UPS truck. Volunteers are always welcomed.

Succulent Inspiration w/ Root Pouch // Garden Answer

Thank you to Root Pouch for partnering with us on this little succulent inspiration video. I like these pouches because they’re inexpensive, eco friendly(made from recycled water bottles), and they look cute too. Check the links below to find the materials for this project.

https://www.rootpouch.com
Root Pouch Large Jack Planter – https://goo.gl/9qUJnk
Succulents – https://goo.gl/oKPczr
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Mid July Garden Tour part 2 of 3 – Wisconsin Garden Video Blog 777

See More Garden Goodies: http://www.WisconsinGarden.com – – – We continue with our Mid July Garden Tour part 2 of 3 videos as we venture around the outside and inside berm garden areas to see what’s growing, what’s finished and what is yet to bloom. With lots of lush greenery we will see how our peach trees are doing, our seedless fine line buckthorn, and walk around the inside berm all the way back to our tree peonies and kitchen garden areas. Even though all the spring flowers are long gone, join us as we explore all the summer plants that are just about to bloom.

Tour of Gardener’s Supply Company // Garden Answer

Huge thank you to Gardener’s Supply for bringing us out and showing us around! We had such a great time! 😀
https://www.gardeners.com

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Our Liberty Garden – Wisconsin Garden Video Blog 744

See More Garden Goodies: http://www.WisconsinGarden.com – – – In honor of the 4th of July, we dedicate our newly constructed 33” raised bed as Our Liberty Garden. Just like the diversity our of nation, diversity in seeds, plants and soil, in conjunction with clean water, growing a garden is truly a precious freedom we should never take for granted. Once our 33” raised bed structure was reconstructed, we brought in 7,300 pounds of soil and aged compost, along with several bags of peat moss, perlite and straw. Today we decided to begin our above ground eclectic experiment symbolically on the 4th of July to combine an exciting array of red, white and blue perennial potted plants a variety of flower seeds, with a couple of vegetables, pole and bush beans, carrots and asparagus. We are also testing the Bionic Hose to see if it lives up to its televised commercial. Now that this project took 5 days to complete, this afternoon both of our backs felt a painful twinge from all our hard work. So we think it must be time for some Sprecher Root Beer. So, wherever you live, from our Liberty Garden to yours, we wish you all a peaceful and bountiful harvest in every aspect of your life and family.