Best Gardening Dvds in 2023
The Martha Stewart Gardening Collection - Martha's Spring Garden
Perennial Vegetable Gardening with Eric Toensmeier (DVD)
Perennial Vegetables & Perennial Vegetable Gardening with Eric Toensmeier (Book & DVD Bundle)
Outlander's Guide to Scotland
Back To Eden Film - Simple. Sustainable. Solutions.
- Vital Issues Covered include: Sustailable Gardening and Food Production
- Soil Preparation & Crop Rotation
- Fertilization, PH Issues and Irrigation
- Weed & Pest Control
- How to Prune Your Fruit Trees
Homestead Blessings: The Art of Gardening
The Complete Gardener: Great Gardening Tips
Mycelium Running: How Mushrooms Can Help Save the World
- 1 Book
- Serving Size:
Jazz Icons: John Coltrane Live in '60, '61 & '65
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- Rental Calendar is to manage rental DVDs, CDs and books from library.
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Northside Unisex Brille II Athletic Water Shoe,Dark Gray/Red,11 M US
- Rugged neoprene upper features breathable air mesh/lightweight webbing and abrasion resistant toe/arch overlays
- This outdoor easy on athletic hiking shoe/aqua sock offers water resistant/quick drying construction to keep you going all day
- Lightweight EVA insole ensures extra cushioning for your feet; toe bumper protects your feet for hiking/biking and more
- Bungee lacing system/aqua sock like features ensure secure/customized fit and easy on/off
- Multi directional rubber outsole ensures reliable traction over both wet/dry surfaces and helps find your footing
1/cs F.Y.I. Hydroponics DVD
- Excellent instructions featuring up-to-date procedures using actual operating hydroponic gardening systems. Covers nutrients
- seed germination and root propagation
- and many types of hydroponic systems.
Scooby-Doo: Field of Screams [DVD] 
Plant a Constant Color Flower Garden
Directions for an easy-to-grow flower garden where there are flowers in bloom from late April through October.
First choose a spot in your yard that gets at least six hours of direct sunlight a day. Then till up the soil and add a bit of compost, manure and a sprinkling of bone meal and till again. Start small; say a six by eight-foot rectangle or oval is large enough to give you lots of color. A quick and easy way to till up the soil is to mark off the area with sticks and string or lay out a garden hose for a border marking. Spray the area with Round-Up, place a layer of eight sheets of newspaper, and then cover with compost or manure, available at garden centers. This process takes a couple of weeks and the area will be able to dig under or till.
Spring: Bulbs that bloom in spring must be planted in the fall.
Plant an assortment of early, mid-season and late-blooming bulbs. Check on-line for bulb companies and find the colors and plants you like. Plant the taller tulips and daffodils in the center, then surround those with hyacinths and finally outline with crocus. The bulbs are planted at different depths, so be careful when you add plants that you don't dig them up when you plant the flowers for other seasons.
Early Summer: Poppies, Digitalis (Foxglove), Lilies (early blooming varieties), Lupines and Canterbury Bells.
Mid Summer: Roses (one only in such a small garden), daisies, hollyhocks, Monarda bloom in mid summer.
Late Summer: Black-eyed Susans, monarda (Bee Balm), Butterfly bush, Heliopsis, Sunflowers bloom mid-to-late summer.
Fall: Asters, Chrysanthemums, Turtle head, Sedums bloom in very late summer to fall.
While you're waiting for your perennials to fill in, add annuals. Some of the most colorful and easy-to-grow are Petunias, Zinnias, annual Salvia and Portulacca.
Another thing to think about is color. Look through catalogs and choose the color schemes you like to look at. Some combos are pastels with pale yellows, pinks and blues; bright hot colors of red, yellow and orange, or try a Moon garden of all white flowers that will glow in the moonlight!