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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.


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Show #34/508 - Temple University/Ambler - Trees and Shrubs

Show #35/509 - Chicago Botanic Garden - Enabling Garden

Show #36/510 - Carl English Garden - Seattle

Show #37/511 - Rose Garden at Elizabeth Park

Show #38/512 - White Flower Farm

Show #39/513 - Philadelphia Penitentiary/Ornamental Grasses

Show #40/601 - Children's Garden at Atlanta Botanical Garden

Show #41/602 - Roof Top Gardening in Chicago

Show #42/603 - Seattle Restaurant with Culinary Gardens

Show #43/604 - California Backyard with Grapes and More

Show #44/505 - Median Planting Beds in Chicago

Show #45/606 - Fruit Show From Vermont

Show #45/607 - Historic Estate Gardens

Show #46/608 - Tips for Garden Center

Show #48/609 - Garden Design and Water Gardens

Show #49/610 - Vermont: Vegetable, Flower, and Butterfly Garden

Show #50/611 - Perennial Border Garden at an Historic Estate

Show #51/612 - Orchids at the United States Botanic Garden

Show #52/613 - Extending the Garden Inside Your Home

Check back every week for more Video Tips.


   
 
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By Pamela Crawford, author, Easy Container Combos: Vegetables & Flowers
Photographs courtesy of Pamela Crawford

Most tomatoes stop setting fruit at high temperatures. Pamela planted “Heatwave” in July with temperatures above 90 degrees most days, yet it looks great and will continue to bear fruit until temperatures hit the 100 degree mark. Plus she used an inexpensive trellis for support. To learn more, click here .


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