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Summer Watering Secrets

Horticulturist Mitch Baker demonstrates how to properly water outdoor and indoor plants while at home and while away on vacation.

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  1. Watering the Lawn and Garden in August

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    Mitch Baker gives some tips on how to water the lawn and garden in August.

  2. Watering an Organic Garden

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    Gardening expert Tim MacWelch explains how and when to water your garden using different types of hoses and watering tools.

  3. Making the Most of a Mid-Summer Garden

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    Horticulturist Mitch Baker shares his tips for summer gardening including caring for houseplants, pruning and more.

  4. End of Summer Garden Maintenance

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    Horticulturist Mitch Baker provides a few tips for keeping lawns and gardens looking fresh and green in the late weeks of summer.

  1. Tips for Easier Gardening

    If you love gardening but your life is a busy place, you're going to love this batch of great gardening tips that will help you plant , weed and water your garden more quickly. From bringing plants home from the nursery to easier watering and pruning techniques, these tips will help you plant and maintain a gorgeous garden with less effort. Less weeding and more relaxing…now that's great gardening!

  2. How to Achieve a Healthy Lawn

    Keep your lawn healthy and looking good by proper cutting, watering , fertilizing and aerating. Good timing and techniques mean less time and effort.

  3. How to Install an Outdoor Faucet

    Make watering your lawn or garden easier with a remote outside faucet. Instead of dragging long lengths of hose, run a permanent underground pipe with a blowout valve to a convenient spot.

  4. Fall Lawn Care Guide

    Surprisingly, fall is the season to develop a lusher, greener, healthier lawn . This is the time for aerating, the critical time for fertilizing, and mowing shorter than usual. Plus, even though the grass is entering its big sleep for winter; you’ll need to stay on top of the watering . All of this is to prepare your grass for its wake-up call in the spring. You’ll want it waking up with a belly-full of food, hydrated and free from disease.  Here’s how to give your lawn everything it needs this fall.

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