0:00 Welcome to the Best of Oklahoma Gardening! Today on the Best of Oklahoma Gardening we are getting ready for spring time planting. 1:20 Direct Sowing Host Casey Hentges plants a variety of vegetables in the garden from summer squash to Black Beauty Zucchini, moonflowers, and cucumbers in a raised bed. 8:16 Garden Planning OSU…

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See the top 10 gardening mistakes all gardeners make and how to correct them. This episode focuses on vegetable gardening. We show you the top gardening hacks and provide tips and suggestions. Here are the top 10 problems and how to correct them: 1. Soil preparation and nutrients – Plants need water, sunlight and nutrition…

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Graham Ross visits Mayfield Garden, in Oberon NSW, where the on-site café creates delicious meals using produce from the stunning veggie patch. Click here to subscribe: https://bit.ly/3hxN7d5 Welcome to Great Home Ideas, where you’ll find inspiring home makeovers, delicious recipes, quick & easy DIY projects, design & gardening ideas, plus hints, tips, how tos and…

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BALCONY VEGETABLE GARDEN IDEAS FOR YOU | balcony garden #gardeningideas #diygarden Thank you for watching!!! I hope you like this video. Please don’t forget to hit the subscribe button, like and the notification bell!! ‘Till next time… View Source

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Are you looking for new ways to save money gardening? In this video I talk about my low budget vegetable gardening ideas and ways to garden on a budget! So if you want some small budget garden ideas, or even ideas to start a larger low cost garden, then this video is for you! From…

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Order or pre-order EPIC raised beds for your garden: https://shop.epicgardening.com/ When we think of vegetable gardening, we’re often convinced that FULL SUN is the only way we’ll be successful. This couldn’t be more wrong! There are plenty of shade friendly plants that will thrive in 2-5 hours of sun. On top of that, there are…

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Graham Ross shows you how to make a vegetable garden in his own back yard. He’ll take you through the challenges of the summer season and start planting for autumn continuing a bumper seasonal harvest. View Source

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