Oh my, so much to talk about – this is one episode you don’t want to miss watching. Important info just for you.

University of Minnesota extension professor Karl Foord explains how anyone can get their own herbs and vegetables by using the container gardening method, so whether you live in a large city, or just don’t want to have to till a garden, you can enjoy the fruits and veggies of your labor. This video is part of the Expert Perspectives series at the University of Minnesota.

Just a quick video to show how easy it is to make next years Strawberry Plants for free from this year’s stock of plants. It’s so easy,all you need to do is to find a healthy plant which has grown some runners or suckers,these are the long stalks with a bit of leaf at the end. Then all you do is anchor the stem down next to the leaf into a pot of soil or compost using a bit of wire. Then after a couple of weeks it should take root naturally and once you see roots coming out of the bottom of the pot you can cut the stalk from the mother plant and you’ll have another free strawberry plant to grow. Dead easy and you’ll never need to buy strawberry plants again.

For more information www.sengadesigns.com Home of the Gardening Gourmets – watch our TV pilot called the Garden Gourmets (www.youtube.com and tell us what you think! Strawberries and summer go hand in hand. They are one of the first edible fruits to start off the season. Plus they are so easy to grow and are versatile. And unlike many edibles they can come back year after year and mulitply over time. I like to use them for more than just eating, they make great fillers in your pots and the garden. Watch my vlog to see simple tips on when, where and how to plant this delicious sweet treat.

Watch my other Garden Diary Videos at roberttgasperson.blip.tv I got a bag of strawberry roots. I planted them. I have never done this before so Who knows what will come out of it. Please look for future videos where I talk about either the success or failure of these strawberries.

We are putting in a new strawberry bed. Sharing some info on how to grow strawberry’s, planting root stock, spacing, mulch etc.

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There’s nothing sweeter than homegrown strawberries. Learn all about strawberryplant care with gardening tips from a horticulturist in this free gardening video. Expert: Stan DeFreitas Contact: www.mrgt.net Bio: Stan DeFreitas, also known as “Mr. Green Thumb”, has experience as a urban horticulturist working for the Pinellas County Extension Service and has taught horticulture at the St. Petersburg College. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz

Award winning garden expert Steve Brookes shares great fun and informative gardening tips. These tips are about container gardening.

? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? www.getyoursfreetoday.com ?????????????????????? Click link above to get your FREE 0 Dollar Home Depot Gift Card! You can use it to buy supplies! ;) ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? You cant bear to toss your beloved old blue porcelain bowl set. And maybe that Michelin tire might come in handy again, so you should keep it. Although you might not use recycled porcelain bowls or apple barrels but rather terra cotta or woven pots, the simple concept of growing plants in pots or urns in addition to other objects, offers you a variety of enjoyable and creative ways to maintain and experiment with your garden. The concept of container gardening existed before Boccaccios Isabella planted her lovers noggin in a pot of basil: the Egyptians and Romans likely developed the idea. Of late, container gardenings popularity grew in southern California in the 1950s, and since then interest has escalated steadily. This brief guide is designed to facilitate decisions in planning and growing your garden in containers, since you will need to select the right containers and their ideal locations and plants. Container Gardening Advantages What makes container gardening so great? Consider the following short list of pluses. Flexibility Containers allow you to enjoy plants in areas where a traditional garden is awkward or impossible. Even with limited space in an urban apartment