Cute Succulent Arrangement // Garden Answer

Hey guys! We made this video for Espoma’s website(who we partner with and I’ll put the link below) and I thought you might like seeing it. I’d love to know what you think about short videos vs longer videos. What do you like more?

Video on Espoma’s Website:

DIY Your Own Succulent Planter

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What’s Growing In Your Garden – Wisconsin Garden Video Blog 747

See More Garden Goodies: http://www.WisconsinGarden.com – – – “What’s Growing In Your Garden” and “Let’s Get DIRTY Playing In The Garden” are two of our latest garden publications. The first focuses on recording your gardening goals and accomplishments in a 52 week journal. In a world filled with so much negativity lately, we wanted to create gratitude journals specifically for gardeners. This beautiful and colorful journal encourages keeping an accurate daily record of your planning, budget, crop selections, ordering, soil preparation, planting, growing, pest control efforts, rainfall, daily and weekly observations and unexpected surprises that occur in and around your indoor and outdoor garden, culminating in a grateful and bountiful harvest.

The second features access to over 700 free garden videos with listings by topic A-Z and a second section listing these garden video chronologically with titles, full descriptions, and links. As a special bonus, you’ll receive a free eBook copy with hot links for instant access to all videos.

In a world filled with so much negativity lately, we wanted to create a series of gratitude journals with these two created specifically for gardeners. Your purchase helps support our Wisconsin Garden mission that allows us to continue providing you with video blogs filled with helpful and timely garden tips, tools and techniques.

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Winter Oddity In Cedarburg WI – Wisconsin Garden Video Blog 746

See More Garden Goodies: http://www.WisconsinGarden.com – – – We learned about an unusual winter oddity in Cedarburg, WI last night on the evening news. Because of the warmer weather, snow melts, and river flood stage, one of the four dams created 20’ river foam build up above the ice surface. This is a rare foam event was larger than any in the past had ever seen. As long as we are filming in Cedarburg we thought we’d provide you with a quick tour of historic Cedarburg and Lynn’s childhood adventures. Cedarburg was founded in the early 1830’s by Irish and German immigrants establishing their homes and businesses around Cedar Creek.

This city has over 200 buildings currently on the historic register along with another 100 buildings on the outskirts of town. Only 20 miles north of Milwaukee, Cedarburg is powered by their locally owned utility company and features multiple festivals, cultural center, events, woolen mill, feed grain mill, Texaco’s iconic pagoda gas station, winery, specialty shops, family-owned restaurants, micro breweries, spas, churches, and award-winning schools.

This quaint town supports a population of approximately 11,500 and another 6,000 living in the surrounding area and offers one of the last free county fairs in the country. Despite this unusual winter oddity, this is a city worth adding to your Bucket List when visiting Wisconsin anytime of the year.

So Much Snow, So Much Destruction // Garden Answer

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Transplanting African Violets – Wisconsin Garden Video Blog 744

See More Garden Goodies: http://www.WisconsinGarden.com – – – The middle of winter is the perfect time for us to begin transplanting African Violets. We will be dividing, propagating and repotting several color species creating a special mixture of African potting mix along with lots of perlite. African Violets thrive in a loose soil mix with ample drainage because they don’t like their roots sitting in soggy soil. We’ve also enclosed several tender transplants inside plastic zip lock bags to help create a mini greenhouse effect where their roots can more gently develop. Baby Violet clusters will be transplanted in small plastic cup containers that do not have any drainage holes. That’s because we observed and check them several times a day on our kitchen incubator window sill, watering them only as needed. Once our propagated leaves produce baby plants, we will move them to a southern window grow light area. It’s recommended that one should transplant their African Violets at least once or twice a year to maintain a healthy growth and root system. Constant care in removing dying leaves and old stems from collecting on the soil surface, becoming an open invitation to bugs and disease. Get started and have fun transplanting your African Violets.

Amaryllis Done Blooming? Here’s What to Do // Garden Answer

Here’s some links to things I mentioned in the video:

Gardener’s Supply Company – https://goo.gl/mwa4dM
Berbee’s Best – https://goo.gl/AGhXO5
Snow White Amaryllis – https://goo.gl/bfzotD
Black Pearl Amaryllis – https://goo.gl/qU9C7F

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H4N Recorder – http://amzn.to/2biO23y
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DIY Birdseed Wreath // Garden Answer

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2016 WAS CRAZY!

Playlist to all my videos from 2016 – https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLllL1VKlLttiZC0dV0a_8OorbVBapOlO2

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Succulent Inspiration // Garden Answer

If you can’t find succulents locally try out one of the links below to buy them online. Neither company sponsored this project but we have worked with each of them and would highly recommend!

The Succulent Source: https://goo.gl/wyBf9G
Leaf & Clay: https://goo.gl/9xQACQ

String of Pearls | Senecio rowleyanus
Haworthia
Narrow Leaf Chalksticks | Senecio Vitalis
Graptosedum ‘California Sunset’
Silver Spoons | Kalanchoe Hildebrandtii
Sedum Treleasei
Graptopetalum

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Self Watering Seed Starter Kit // Garden Answer

Self Watering GrowEase Seed Starter Kit – https://goo.gl/uBJEJM
Micro Grow Light Garden – https://goo.gl/oKNwVw

5 Indoor Grow Light Systems – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y-6D3DvZzeo

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Rode Mic Pro – http://amzn.to/2bvFWE0
Sennheiser EW 112P – http://amzn.to/2b7C2Qs
H4N Recorder – http://amzn.to/2biO23y
Manfrotto Tripod – http://amzn.to/2aVIIxL
Manfrotto Monopod – http://amzn.to/2aVIJBN
iFootage Shark Slider S1 – http://amzn.to/2b7E8zM
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