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Every week we will publish "Video Tips" on this page. These short video clips contain valuable information that will help you in your gardening adventures. If you click on the link, Windows Media Player will open and the video will start playing. You can also right click on the link to save it to your local drive to view it later.


This season’s (2018) Video Tips:

Show #1/5101. Water Features In A Garden Can Be Transformative

Show #2/5102. A Garden Undergoing A Radical Transformation

Show #3/5103. Garden Design Ideas

Show #4/5104. Hydrangeas, Day Lilies And More

Show #5/5105. A Prehistoric Canyon Can Provide Gardening Tips

Show #6/5106. A Green Landscape Can Be Beautiful

Show #7/5107. Improving The Soil

Show #8/5108. A Collection Of Unique Gardens

Show #9/5109. A Garden Designer's Garden

Show #10/5110. Colorful Container Gardening

Show #11/5111. Annuals - For Bold Displays Of Color

Show #12/5112. Gardening -- Mixing Old And New

Show #13/5113. A Garden Onetime Known As The Garden Center Of Cleveland

Show #14/5201. Flowers For A Purpose

Show #15/5202. Great Plant Combinations = Year Round Garden Interest

Show #16/5203. A New Spin On Growing Vegetables

Show #17/5204. Alaska - A Thrilling Place to Garden

Show #18/5205. Ghent/Bruge


Check back every week for more "Smart Tips".


   
 
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By the National Garden Bureau, Photographs courtesy of NGB

From its humble beginnings around the Mediterranean, the table beet (Beta vulgaris) has spread to all continents of the world, although information on Antarctica is surprisingly hard to come by... Historically, beets have been consumed in many ways: medicinally in ancient Rome, fresh in salads (both the greens and the roots), as soups (think borscht), and as pickled slices and shreds, to name just a few. In some parts of the world, it is a menu staple. Read more...


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