The Magic World Of Herb Gardening

July 9, 2012 by Mario  
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The World’s Top Herbs And Growing Secrets. This Powerful Ebook Is Appealing To Thousands Who Want A Healthier Life & Live Longer. Packed Full Of Ancient & Cutting Edge Growing Techniques, Herbal Remedies, Recipes www.herbsandgrowingsecrets.com/affiliate
The Magic World Of Herb Gardening

Gardening World With Green Day

November 27, 2010 by Mario  
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Green Days top 5 gardening tips

Gardening Tips – the Greatest in the World

November 17, 2010 by Mario  
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This fun and informative programme presented by Steve Brookes is full of great gardening tips and advice. Steve is an award-winning TV and radio gardening presenter. Prepare to be amazed as Steve guides you around the garden showing a whole host of money-saving and innovative tips for growing healthier plants and tackling many common garden problems. See how Steve… Uses vacuum cleaner fluff as a superb tomato feed! Banishes cats from the borders with a tea bag and a can of muscle spray! Stops slugs and snails in their tracks with a handful of horse hair! Experienced, novice and even reluctant gardeners alike will love this entertaining look at the challenges faced in every garden. The Greatest Gardening Tips in the World also includes a special bonus feature — plot-2-pot… A unique and fun combination of gardening and cookery featuring the talents of Steve Brookes and celebrity chef, Peter Osborne. See the two masters of their own arts join forces — Steve showing how to grow crops in a small garden using containers and raised beds whilst Peter cooks up some mouth watering and imaginative recipes with the produce grown. Anyone can grow edible crops, regardless of the size of their ‘plot’ and everyone can cook up something wonderful in their ‘pot’! The whole film will soon be available for streaming at: oxfordhumanities.com

Monty Don – Around the world in 80 Gardens

September 14, 2010 by Mario  
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Monty Talks about his new book and TV series. Monty Don’s incredible journey searching for the world’s 80 most inspirational gardens. Accompanies a 10 part x 1 hour BBC2 television series for January 2008 – the most ambitious international gardening series ever undertaken by British television. The gardens chosen will include recognisable gardens of supreme beauty and interest as well as Monty’s personal electic choice. Monty approaches each garden questioning what makes it special? Why do people garden and is the definition of a garden universal? Part Palin, part Cruickshank, part Gardener’s World, this programme will be the first of its kind and will feature an extraordinary range of places and gardens. ‘If I have learned only one thing from my travels around the world it is that no garden is an island. Context is everything.’ Monty Don visits each continent in this landmark series on gardens of the world. We are introduced to the unique floating gardens of the Amazon and the colourful alpine flower meadows of Norway, modest domestic gardens in Havana and Bali, Monet’s world-famous Giverny and the Dutch tour-de-force Het Loo, the formal magnificence of Renaissance Italian water gardens, the tropical planting traditions of Thailand, and the intriguing fusion of indigenous and colonial garden cultures in Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. Each garden is placed in context, horticultural preconceptions are abandoned and Monty is constantly surprised by the unexpected

FirstQualityGear Presents: Disney World Horticulture

July 19, 2010 by Mario  
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This video highlights some great Slide Show photos from Disney World. Resorts and grounds keeping with beautiful images. Disney World Horticulture, a good look at both Disney Worlds magnificent landscape and details of plant recovery underway in late January, 2010. It also shows us that even a place such as Disney World can have frost damage in a short time, and educates us with those photos. This is a video belonging to the article we’ve published on our blog, “How Florida’s Gardens survive a two-week freeze.” And can be found here: www.gardeningandlawncare.com “We paid a visit to one of the largest floral and tree gardeners in the state last week and report here on their challenges and successes in addressing the cold snap.”

World War 1 Food Garden Parade

July 8, 2010 by Mario  
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World War One; home front; agriculture; war work; war gardens. Produce from village war gardens on display. Opens with parade. Man leading horse pulling a wagon of produce and Union Jack stuck on front. Boy Scouts walk behind the wagon carrying gardening tools and flags. Then a local marching band. This procession comes marching into town square; as other people watch. CU lots of lettuces; other vegetables piled high on truck; pan to men standing beside truck; and another truck loaded up with marrows and potatoes and things — less leafy than the other one; continue pan to more people and another truck — this one is sort of decorated with vegetables and flowers hanging on it! Shot of rally/ meeting with crowd gathered in front of a building — line of priests stand on platform in front of building’s long porch and a long balcony overhead is also packed with people. More of people bringing produce — a small donkey hitched to wagon; little Boy Scouts sit on curb; more horses; wagons and food. www.cityfarmer.info

Can We Save The Planet With Music? | World Music | African Music

June 5, 2010 by Mario  
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Free download: reverbnation.com “Can we save the planet Earth from destruction with the celebration of music? This song is inspiring, and will give new joy to the world music scene.” DRAWINGS FROM: www.solviva.com DOMES FROM: www.monolithic.com Some website addresses that relate to my music: www.earth-music.com www.sustainable-living.com www.green-living.com www.tree-hugger.com www.green-house-building.com www.green-buildings.com www.environmental-education.com www.nature-music.com www.solar-renewable-energy.com www.renewable-energy.com www.united-nations.com www.save-the-planet.com www.green-living-tips.com www.al-gore.com www.on-earth-music.com www.sustainable-buildings.com www.sustainable-building.com www.eco-building.com www.sustainable-homes.com www.sustainable-design.com www.sustainable-architecture.com www.green-architecture.com www.save-the-earth.com www.eco-living.com www.eco-village.com www.organic-gardening.com www.green-energy.com www.sustainable-energy.com www.solar-panels.com www.solar-energy.com www.water-collection.com www.sustainable.com www.green-technology.com www.solar-house.com www.straw-bale-construction.com www.sustainable-communities.com www.environmental-issues.com www.earth-friendly.com www.domes.com www.dome.com www.rainbow-family.com

Gardening Tips : What Is the Tallest Tree in the World?

April 19, 2010 by Mario  
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The tallest tree in the world that is alive is a redwood tree that is 379 feet tall. There are also several tall eucalyptus trees in Australia. Find out more about tall trees in the world with information from a sustainable gardener in this free video on trees.