Making Fall and Winter Gardening Easier

Extending the growing season into the fall and winter here in zone five without using artificial heat can be a challenge but I'm always looking for new ways to both grow more food in the fall in winter and to make it easier. For example building this hoop house last fall made a big difference.

Beekeeping For Beginners

I had a lot of people ask me to do a documentary about beekeeping, so stay tuned. So I really didn’t have a clue where to start and I got pretty fortunate because I found a couple, Robert and Gloria, who were actually teaching a class at the 2015 porcupine Freedom Festivalor Porcfest. The class

How to Successfully Start Seeds Indoors

Every winter, I get itchy to start planting seeds, because I want to get my garden growing - even though the snow is outside, or it's cold weather. So in today's video I'm going to walk you through exactly what to do to start seeds indoors so that you will have a fantastic garden that's

Wooden Garden Sheds Explained

We’re briefly explaining some of the terms you may come across when buying a garden shed, covering things such as roof shapes, construction materials and some of the different names for various parts of a shed, Roof shapes. An apex roof shape is when there is a ridge running along the length of the shed

How to Insulate Your Garden Shed in 30 Minutes

How to insulate your garden shed using a radiant barrier. Insulating your garden shed with reflective insulation is easy to prevent frost cold and damp air corroding tools and machinery or killing plants and vegetables. This works by providing a more ambient all year-round temperature. This video will show you how to insulate the average

Fall Garden Planting Basics

Planting A Fall Garden Basics- Fall is The New Spring! What is going on over and welcome to another very exciting episode right here on the mi Gardner channel I am so excited for this episode because I'm gonna be sharing with you not only my favorite season of gardening but also a lot of

Propagating Hydrangea Cuttings

Propagating Hydrangea Cuttings I've brought here five different types of hydrangea. There are three hydrangea macrophylla. Arborescens and one panicled hydrangea. It's time to start rooting. because hydrangea is starting to bloom. It's the best if they stop blooming and the shoots are matured. But this year. . . the heat was so tiresome that

Climate-Friendly Gardening

What Does Climate-Friendly Gardening Mean? Climate-friendly gardening involves using natural gardening practices to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases. Plus, these practices encourage healthier soil by improving the absorption of carbon dioxide - which also reduces the issues with global warming. What Are Greenhouse Gases? First, let’s understand the problem with greenhouse gases. While about 66

Five Household Items That Will Help You in the Garden

Hydrogen peroxide is an easily available household disinfectant and bleaching agent. The Top 5 uses of Diluted hydrogen peroxide in garden, mainly because of its antimicrobial and oxygen releasing properties coming up. . Hydrogen peroxide is a colorless liquid with chemical formula H2O2 similar to water, with just an extra oxygen atom, but it is

Saving the World with Gardening

I am an obsessive compulsive gardener and I am totally biased because I genuinely believe we can save the world with gardening. Literally. We need to start by saving ourselves first on an individual level, and then we scale it out to where we can bring about world peace! Saving ourselves with gardening is easy