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Uploaded on May 24, 2011

One of the best things a first-time gardener can do is have a soil sample taken. Learn how to properly take a soil sample.

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  1. 1

    Marking Seed Rows With Sand

  2. 2

    Tricks For Sowing Small Seed

  3. 3

    Growing Seedlings

  4. 4

    Using Garden Art and Bold Foliage as Garden Accents

  5. Taking a Soil Sample

  6. 6

    Pinching and Transplanting Annuals from Cell Packs

  7. 7

    Butterfly Gardening - Plants That Are Butterfly Magnets

  8. 8

    Bed Preparation - From Sod to Bed

  9. 9

    Selecting Plants in Seed Catalogs

  10. 10

    Right Plant, Right Place

  11. 11

    Quickly Freshen Up the Garden

  12. 12

    Mulch Rings Around Trees

  13. 13

    Read Labels at the Garden Center

  14. 14

    Selecting Plants at the Garden Center

  15. 15

    Preparing Tools for Winter Storage

  16. 16

    Planning Flower Beds in Your Landscape

  17. 17

    Planning a Garden in Difficult Places

  18. 18

    Garden Cleanup

  19. 19

    Choosing a Soil Mix

  20. 20

    Selecting Fertilizer

  21. 21

    Bringing Color to Your Garden

  22. 22

    Using 'Hot' Colors in a Garden

  23. 23

    Understanding Pot Sizes

  24. 24

    After Dinner Gardening for Kids

  25. 25

    Kid Fun: Growing Tropical Fruit

  26. 26

    To Clean or Not to Clean

  27. 27

    Late Season Watering

  28. 28

    Saving Flower Seed

  29. 29

    Fertilizer 101

  30. 30

    Another Tomato Cage Use

  31. 31

    Designing a Living Space on the Water

  32. 32

    Creating Outdoor Room Spaces

  33. 33

    Minimalist Landscaping on a Waterfront

  34. 34

    Creating a Focal Point in Your Garden

  35. 35

    Creating Living Wall Art

  36. 36

    Good Plants for Dry Conditions

  37. 37

    Fairy Gardens are Fun

  38. 38

    Spring Garden Clean-Up

  39. 39

    Spacing Spring Annuals Properly

  40. 40

    Extending Your Vegetable Garden Season

  41. 41

    Cotyledon & True Leaves on Transplants

  42. 42

    How to Arrange and Space Container Plants

  43. 43

    Plugs & Transplants: From Seedling to Finished Product

  44. 44

    Germinating Bedding Plants in a Garden Center

  45. 45

    Looking Beyond Pretty: Added Value of Garden Center Plants

  46. 46

    Winter Damage of Evergreens

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