All right, Mr. D, fruit tree pests. You know, we’re getting the call at the office, you know, about peaches, plums, nectarines, and pests that are affecting us all. – You know, you got a fruit tree out there right now, you’ve already got fruit on it. If it has a worm in it, that
KiaOra it’s Ruth here in my backyard in Christchurch and it’s officially summer it is now December which means it’s time for my December garden tour and it also means that it’s six months since I’ve been showing you around my garden so it’s awesome for me at least seeing all the different changes there’s
[MUSIC PLAYING] – Welcome back to Southwest Yard and Garden. I’m Curtis Smith. It’s that time of the year where we’re beginning to think, I’ve got a lot of vegetables. I need to do something with them. Frost will be coming in a few weeks, and our gardens are still producing. What do I do?
(upbeat music) – If this were an actress, who would it be? Let’s not go there. – Yeah, there’s no such thing as an ugly person. – For like the color, I like them spotty, and for like it not being so spotty like that it’s actually pretty good. – I think it’s too firm.
Hello there. In this video I want to show you some of the fruiting bonsai trees. There are many many species that will fruit as bonsais. It is Autumn now so we’ll actually see most of the fruits in their Autumn colors. Red ones, orange ones, little ones, big ones and I’m hopeful that
Hi, I’m Tricia, a California organic gardener. January usually means New Year’s resolutions to most people. To me it means it’s time to plant a bare root fruit tree! Come join me, I’ll show you how! I’m going to dig a round, saucer shaped hole. I’ve traditionally planted my trees in a hole about twice
JOHN KOHLER: Alright, this is John Kohler with Growingyourgreens.com. Today I have another exciting episode for you. We’re on a field trip. I’m excited about this episode actually, it’s going to be really cool. We’re in Las Vegas, Nevada. This is a desert. In the summertime it gets up to 115 degrees, and most front
Hi I’m Tricia an organic gardener. I grow organically. For a healthy and safe food supply, for a clean and sustainable environment, for an enjoyable and rewarding experience. Making juice is easy and fun. Today we’re going to be using a steam juicer and a water bath canner to make and preserve homemade juice. To
[Music] Water – it’s a precious resource we’d do well to use wisely, but getting smart with the way we splosh water about the garden isn’t just about conserving it – it’s also good old-fashioned common sense. it will save you a lot of time and money, and your plants will be all the better
Alright! This is John Kohler with growingyourgreens.com ! Today we have another exciting episode for you, and this one’s going to be a fun one! And that we’re here on a field trip and we’re here at the Koral’s Tropical Fruit Farm. I love my tropical fruits and you guys should too. Hope you guys