Front Yard Gardening.mov

March 29, 2011 by Mario  
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Heidi Heiland of Heidi’s Lifestyle Gardens demonstrates how to generate interest in your front yard and walkway areas with colorful, fragrant or edible plants, all designed to thrive in Zone 4a climates.

Landscaping Ideas for a Beautiful Yard : Potting Plants & Flowers

February 3, 2011 by Mario  
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Potting plants and flowers is a skill you’ll want to master to have a beautiful garden, get expert tips and advice on plants, yards, and gardening in this free video. Expert: Carolyn Holt Bio: Carolyn Holt owns her own landscaping business, Carolyn’s Gardens, and has been a professional landscaper for over 30 years. She also has a degree in horticulture.

Landscaping Ideas for a Beautiful Yard : How to Make a Flower Bed

October 26, 2010 by Mario  
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Making a flower bed is the fun part of gardening, get expert tips and advice on plants, yards, and gardening in this free video. Expert: Carolyn Holt Bio: Carolyn Holt owns her own landscaping business, Carolyn’s Gardens, and has been a professional landscaper for over 30 years. She also has a degree in horticulture.

Gardening Tips & Tricks : Gardening: Yard Flowers

October 24, 2010 by Mario  
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Flowers to plant in a yard or garden can be any variety of things collected and gathered from farmer’s markets and gardening centers. Create a personal garden, planting different flowers in their preferred environment, withtips from a professional gardener in this free video on gardening. Expert: Yolanda Vanveen Contact: www.vanveenbulbs.com Bio: Yolanda Vanveen is a sustainable gardener who lives in Kalama, Wash. Filmmaker: Daron Stetner

For Sale in Grand Oaks – 1413 Ashley Gardens Blvd, back yard JenniferFinger.com 843-847-0007

September 11, 2010 by Mario  
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One-owner home backing up to wetlands in prestigious Hamilton Grove subsection of Grand Oaks Plantation. Rich hardwood floors greet you from the foyer and extend through-out the dining room. Custom touches seen in decorative niches, chair-rail moldings and built-ins through-out. Great Room, Eat-in and kitchen is sunny and bright with wall of oversized windows overlooking fully fenced backyard (w/ access to woods behind home) and custom stone patio. The FROG is open and airy and can be used for any number of things, such as an additional bedroom, bonus room, office, workout room, etc., and offers additional storage space. While enjoying the cozy fireplace (never used by current owners), bring the outside into your living room, with large sliding glass door opening to screened-in private patio, over-looking your secluded yard that sits on about 0.23 acre. Retreat into the large Master bedroom w/ walk-in closet and spa bathroom showcasing separate dual sinks, garden soaking tub, glassed walk-in shower, private water closet and ample cabinet/linen space. Garage has door to side yard that allows easy access to gardening tools and natural light into work space. Short distance to large community pool (look at Google Earth or map) and nearby brand new Bees Landing Recreation Complex w/ gym, community center, tennis courts, ball fields, play park, fenced dog run and much more. Across Bees Ferry from super Wal-Mart and conveniently located within minutes of: West Ashley High School

Build Shed Back Yard

August 11, 2010 by Mario  
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tinyurl.com FREE 14000 WoodWorking Plans & Projects Garden sheds are useful storage areas for anything from lawnmowers and mixers to gardening tools or kids bikes to barbecues, or even firewood logs. Their function is not limited to storage, though; larger sheds can make fine offices, studios or playrooms. Whatever your need, planning your garden shed should take a little time and thought or the finished shed may not be as useful as expected! Decide first what will go into your storage shed. Make a list if necessary. What is the largest item you will store? Will a single door be enough, or will you need two? How many windows will you need? Where should they be sited? Do you need more wall space or more floor space? Should you build two sheds? Measure the area carefully, and check the doors can open wide and there is clear access to them. Ensure the ground is level; a concrete base will make your shed more stable. Never erect a garden shed onto grass or bare ground, as the wood will quickly rot. Don’t site the shed near ponds, under large trees or other likely trouble spots. Next you will need to decide on the materials. Wooden garden sheds look tidy, neat and are at home anywhere in a backyard. Metal garden sheds may look out of place in a rustic setting. They also trap heat and may be noisy in rainy weather, so while they are fine as storage sheds, they are usually unsuitable as living spaces. Vinyl storage sheds are more difficult to keep clean, so may discolor quicker

Mimeos Introduction: The Green Station, Eco-Smart Solutions in Yard Maintenance/ www.mimeos.net

July 1, 2010 by Mario  
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Matt Moses of Mimeos Sustainability profiles The Green Station LA and Co-Founder Dan Mabe. The Green Station had been on a mission to not only eliminate the harmful, polluting gas and oil emissions of traditional yard maintenance practices, but have created a certification program to teach gardeners to become their own stewards of the earth. The Green Station uses all electric emission-free tools, all charged using solar energy. They implement composting and water efficient landscaping techniques to create a comprehensive sustainable maintenance solution.

Landscaping Ideas for a Beautiful Yard : Tips for Pruning Shrubs

June 15, 2010 by Mario  
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Pruning shrubs is an essential skill for gardeners, get expert tips and advice on plants, yards, and gardening in this free video. Expert: Carolyn Holt Bio: Carolyn Holt owns her own landscaping business, Carolyn’s Gardens, and has been a professional landscaper for over 30 years. She also has a degree in horticulture.

Lawn & Gardening Tips : How to Get Rid of Fleas in Your Yard Naturally

May 9, 2010 by Mario  
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Getting rid of fleas in the yard naturally requires preventative care using beneficial nematodes sprayed on the lawn three times a year. Get rid of fleas in the yard naturally withtips from a professional landscaper in this free video on lawns and gardening. Expert: Bill Elzey Contact: www.showplacelawns.com Bio: Bill Elzey is the owner and manager of Showplace Lawns in Austin, Texas. Filmmaker: Todd Green

Landscaping Ideas for a Beautiful Yard : Edging Around a Flower Bed

May 5, 2010 by Mario  
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Edging around a flower bed can really define a garden design, get expert tips and advice on plants, yards, and gardening in this free video. Expert: Carolyn Holt Bio: Carolyn Holt owns her own landscaping business, Carolyn’s Gardens, and has been a professional landscaper for over 30 years. She also has a degree in horticulture.

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