Grow Clematis For A Gorgeous Burst Of Colour
I photographed these clematis vines in my gardens (at our former home and current home). Can you tell I'm in love with them? I can't get enough! This perennial vine is easy to grow. There's lots of varieties, and, if you grow a few different types, you'll have blooms from early summer to late fall. Clematis needs support (something it's tendrils can grab onto) but it's a gentle vine so it's safe to grow up trees or shrubs without causing any damage. Try planting different types tog…
pruning lavender Not sure how to prune a lavender? Whether you're a hobbyist or a veteran gardener, you'll find help and guidance, for dozens of plants, that will ensure you get blooming results.
How to Prune Your Fruit & Nut Trees | Living Off Grid Guide
Pruning your trees in important for consistent growth and ease of harvest. Proper pruning will allow you to reach the fruit easier, give the tree leaves and fruit more sun exposure, and help your tree produce larger fruit instead of a larger canopy.
How To Prune Trees • When To Prune Trees • The Garden Glove
Lets touch base about how to prune trees, because it is one of those gardening chores that must be done at a certain time of year. Here are all the simple guidelines on how, and when to prune trees.
How to Prune Pear Trees to Multiple Leaders
How to Prune Pear Trees to Multiple Leaders. Training your fruit tree to multiple leaders is good pear politics -- the pruning system gives a pear tree (Pyrus spp.) a better chance of a long, productive life. A pear "leader" is a central, upright trunk that's taller and stronger than the others. When a ...
The Complete Guide to Pruning Fruit Trees
There is a lot to learn when it comes to pruning fruit trees. If fruit production is your goal, then pruning your fruit tree is very important...
How to Prune Your Tomato Plants Like an Expert - Creative Vegetable Gardener
Do your tomato plants grow huge and out of control each year? Do they flop over, get taken over by disease or overwhelm parts of your garden? Do you want bigger tomatoes earlier in the season? If you answered yes to any of these questions then pruning your tomatoes should be on your garden task list this season.
How and Why You Should Prune Tomato Plants
Not sure how or why you should prune your interminate tomato plants? In this article we will share the 3 reasons why you should and teach you how!
How to Prune Blueberries
Want your blueberry bush to be strong and fruitful? Prune it according to these guidelines. The best time to prune your blueberry is in late winter, before it sets blossoms. New plant * Snip off any old, spindly growth. You want all the energy to go into the new growth. * Pick off blossoms the first spring, to conserve the plant's energy. Two years in your garden Institute good, regular pruning practices: * Cut off dead branches (as soon as you see them) * Cut off and discard diseased…
Tips on How to Prune Apple Trees on the Homestead (with video)
My tips on how to prune apple trees on your homestead. A guide and tutorial to show you the best tools to use. The Reid Homestead #appletrees #fruittrees#pruning #pruningfruittrees #pruning appletrees
How to Prune a Tomato Here are six good reasons to prune tomatoes: To grow more flavorful tomatoes. To grow larger tomatoes. To grow more tomatoes over the length of a season. To keep plant leaves and fruits off the ground and away from pests, insect damage, and fungal disease. To keep plants smaller and more compact. To allow tomatoes on the plant at the end of the season
How To Prune Tomato Plants
Vegetable gardeners have argued for years about whether they should prune tomato plants. Some gardeners are very religious about their pruning tomatoes,
Learn How (and why) To Prune Herbs
Pruning herbs will help keep them healthy and attractive. It's an essential gardening task that's easy to do. Come over to learn how and why to prune herbs.