Growing in a Pot Plant

How To : Plant and grow potatoes in a container

Are you an amateur gardener, and looking forward to the next thing to plant? Why not plant potatoes? They're hardy, delicious, and don't require too much care. Watch this video to learn how to plant and grow potatoes in a container. At the end of it, you'll always have a great ...more

How To : Grow potatoes in a potato planter bag easily

Are you a potato nut? Do you wish you could just grow your own potatoes so that you could get them fresh out of the soil? You're in luck! Watch this video tutorial to learn how to plant and grow potatoes in a potato planter bag. You just need some soil, potato seeds, and a pot ...more

How To : Grow plants from cuttings

Growing plants from cuttings is an inexpensive way to expand your garden. With patience and the right technique, it can be done fairly easily. You Will Need * Pruning shears * Sand * Peat moss * Plant containers * Plastic zipper bags * Potting soil * Clean container to hold yo ...more

How To : Care for house plants growing in water

Growing plants in the Southwest is different then other climates. We learn how to grow plants in water. Salt is a factor that we need to be cautious of. Salt is in soil and in water. Water, once absorbed leaves a layer of salt. It can be avoided by watering in a certain way. C ...more

How To : Plant and grow basil plants

This is how to plant and grow basil. First pick out a pot with a drain hole. Put some crushed cans in it. Fill it with dirt. The dirt should be part potting soil, part compost, and part normal dirt. Take off the peat moss pot the plant is in, break up the roots, and set your b ...more

How To : Grow ivy plants

Every one knows what ivy is, but most think of it as the poisonous ivy that gives a horrible itchy rash, but poison ivy isn't the only kind out there. There's beautiful ivy that can make your home more elegant than ever. Growing the prolific ivy plant will convince you that yo ...more

How To : Plant Sempervivum in a pot

Sempervivum or Houseleeks are extremely hearty breed of succulent plants that can grow in very arid areas. Sempervivum are a great plant to have because they require very little care. In this garden tutorial, Martin Fish from Garden News demonstrates how to create a simple & e ...more

How To : Grow tomatoes in a pots and grow bags

Monty Don demonstrates how to plant tomatoes in grow bags and pots in the greenhouse at Berryfields, including advice on getting the most from grow bags, and when to put tomato plants outside. Gardeners' World is brought to you by the BBC. Search Gardeners' World on WonderHow ...more

How To : Grow plants with Sid the Science Kid

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to grow plants with Sid the Science Kid. Sid the Science Kid is a half-hour PBS Kids series. To begin, viewers will need a cup filled with soil. Users will be planting a lima bean. Push the lima bean deep into the soil and add some wat ...more

How To : Grow a cactus and succulent plants

In this video series Nicole Pantaleon, an expert in plant and soil science, will demonstrate how to grow and propagate cactus and succulent plants. She will instruct on the proper way to cut and pot cactus or any other succulent plant. Part 1 of 15 - How to Grow a cactus and s ...more

How To : Revive a pot bound plant

Is your houseplant in desperate need of some TLC? Learn how to tell if your plant is pot bound and how to transplant it from one container to another.

How To : Re-pot a plant

Repotting a plant is a simple task when you know all the right steps. Whenever a plant outgrows its container, it should be replanted in a new pot. You Will Need * Shears * Rubbing alcohol * Potting soil * Plant containers * A tarp or sheet (optional) * A stick (optional) Ste ...more

How To : Make a growing flower pot card

In this Arts & Crafts video tutorial you will learn how to make a growing flower pot card. First you make a flower out of a tea bag. Then cut out a piece of paper in the shape of a flower pot. Now take a couple of sheets of 8x4 card of the same color. Score one card in half an ...more

How To : Grow tomatoes in a container

Nothing says fresh and delicious like a ripe tomato from your home garden. This horticultural how-to will walk you through the fundamentals of container tomato gardening and present you with a list of the basic materials you'll need to get started growing your very own tomatoe ...more

How To : Check the progress of weed seeds at 1 and 2 weeks

Watch this horticultural tutorial video to check the progress of the marijuana seeds after one week and again at two and a half weeks. Check out this award winning video that will help you grow your own marijuana plant. Whatever you may call it - the icky sticky, ganja, reefer ...more

How To : Determine the sex of your marijuana plant

Male or Female? How do I know? Check out this horticulture tutorial video to learn how to figure out the sex of your cannabis plant. Check out this award winning video that will help you grow your own marijuana plants. Whatever you may call it - the icky sticky, ganja, reefer, ...more

How To : Deal with city watering systems

Watch this horticulture tutorial video that explains how deal with city watering systems that invariably contain chlorine. Season and sweeten the water for 24 hours before watering the marijuana plants. Check out this award winning video that will help you grow your own mariju ...more

How To : Alternative Easter Eggs

How to make eggshell planters. Great fun to do with the Kids this Easter Step 1: Watch This Video Guide Full instructions for how to make these eggshell plant pots given in this short and simple video guide. Video: . What you need: An Eggs Egg Cup A knife Kitchen Paper Cress ...more

How To : Start growing seeds in eggshells

When you start planting something, you will need to nurture and grow a seed. You can plant a seed in a small pot and transfer it later, or you can save yourself the mess and trouble and try the tips in this video. In this tutorial, learn how to plant seeds in an eggshell! Eggs ...more

How To : Grow watermelon

Watermelon is not only a refreshing treat but is full of nutrients and energy. Prepare for a summer you will never forget by starting a watermelon patch today. From seeding to watching your plants grow, this is a fun project for the whole family. If you love to bury your face ...more

How To : 10 Herbs You Can Buy Once & Regrow Forever

Fresh herbs are a surefire way to enhance a dish, but buying them at the store each time you need them is costly. Luckily, growing your own herbs is a lot easier than it seems: You can even using cuttings from the herbs you already buy to start your own little herb garden. An ...more

How To : Grow fresh garlic indoors

Love fresh garlic but don't have the outside space or right climate to grow it? Not to worry! This video is here to show you how to grow your very own fresh picked garlic indoors. Follow these easy steps and you'll have a delicious seasoning in a couple of weeks, and full grow ...more

How To : Grow wheatgrass

Looking to grow your own wheatgrass? Wheatgrass is equated with health benefits and contains provide chlorophyll, amino acids, minerals, vitamins, and enzymes. Growing your own wheatgrass is easy and fun – even if you don't have a green thumb! You Will Need: • Wheat seeds • ...more

How To : Plant a container herb garden

In this video, we learn how to plant a container herb garden. First, lay down a layer of fertilizer to your pot and then rip off the container from around the plant. Then, place the plant inside of the pot and throw some of the fertilizer around the top of the base of the plan ...more

How To : Plant with Sunny Girl gardens mix

Check out this horticulture tutorial video that explains how to plant your marijuana plant with Sunny Girl gardens ready-to-grow award winning mix. Just add water and grow. Be sure to water evenly and gently. Everything is included to produce award winning results. All fertili ...more

How To : Cure and remove cannabis leaves

Watch this horticulture tutorial video to learn how to cure and remove marijuana leaves. Once the hairs have grown past the forty percent mark, it's time to trim the plant up and take it inside and start the drying process. Check out this award winning video that will help you ...more

How To : Shape your marijuana plant with cuttings

Sometimes you may need to make cuttings just to shape your plants, otherwise they will grow long and tall. Watch this horticulture tutorial video that explains how to shape your marijuana plant with cuttings. This video also shows you how to make your plant a bush and make cut ...more

How To : Make starter fluid for marijuana plants

Watch this horticulture tutorial video that explains how to make starter fluids to stimulate marijuana growth. Starter fluid is a mix comprised of Superthrive and Fox Farm Grow Big. All plants love this leaf feed fluid. Check out this award winning video that will help you gro ...more

How To : Use aeroponic starting systems for marijuana

Watch this horticulture tutorial video that explains how to use aeroponic starting systems for marijuana growth. The system works by spraying water through all of its jets. Made by Vita Grow, three basic nutrients are used. Check out this award winning video that will help you ...more

How To : Trim your small plant in 10 days

It's time to cut and prune your week old plant. Watch this horticulture tutorial video that explains how to trim your small plant in 10 days to make it a healthy bush. This video shows you how to get rid of the older leaves and top the plant so that you can shape it into a nic ...more

How To : Make starts for aeroponic systems

Watch this horticulture tutorial video that explains how to make starts for the aeroponic system, as well as how to put starts into an aeroponics system. Check out this award winning video that will help you grow your own marijuana plants. Whatever you may call it - the icky s ...more

How To : Make cuttings from large marijuana plants

Watch this horticulture tutorial video to learn how to make a cutting from a large plant the old fashion way. You'll need a good clean pair of very sharp scissors. Take cuttings from the lower part of the plant and put it in the tray the old fashioned way. Check out this award ...more

How To : Prepare for cuttings and starts

Get ready to make cuttings and starts with Stoney Girl Gardens. Watch this horticulture tutorial video that helps you prepare for making starts and cuttings of your marijuana plant. This video provides two different ways to do so. Check out this award winning video that will h ...more

How To : Grow the perfect tomato (for you)

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to grow tomatoes. Begin by some tomatoes at a supermarket. Then extract the seeds from the tomatoes and wrap them into a paper towel. Then place the seeds in between the pages of a phone book to quickly dry them. Now plant about 8-10 s ...more

How To : Grow marijuana undercover

This video demonstrates and idea for how to keep your marijuana plants hidden from view. The object is to train the plants to grow lower rather than bushy, so that they are more inconspicuous when growing on a balcony or in a window. He shows a pot with a few small plants, and ...more

How To : Grow and care for tuberous begonias in your garden

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to grow a tuberous begonias. It is recommended to pot the tuberous begonias in the early spring of March. Begin by removing the tuberous from it's bad and discard any packing material. Be gentle and do not remove the buds. Select a sma ...more

How To : Keep your tree from dying

First of all you have to check the root which has started circling. Then notice that there is a dark portion at the bottom of the trunk. You can prevent this problem by avoiding to plant too deeply and not to leave in the pot for too long. You have to plant it at the right dep ...more

How To : Grow a pineapple inside your home

How to grow pineapple inside your home To grow pineapple in your home start by picking the right pineapple. You want to pick one that is ripe and delicious, ready to eat. Grab the leafy top and twist and pull it off of the pineapple. What you will have is a leafy plant with a ...more

How To : Sprout a home terrarium

You can use either an open or a closed container for your terrarium. Because there is no drainage hole in the container it's really important to have a false drainage system. So you can add river gravel or rocks to the bottom of the terrarium as a drainage level. Put about one ...more

How To : Plant blueberries in a container

Dave Wilson Nurseries, Ed Laivo shares ideas for growing blueberries in containers. You will need 1/3 acid based potting soil plus 1/3 peat moss plus 1/3 medium sized bark. For the best results, containerize your blueberry plants. We show you the proven way to do it.

How To : Start seeds for planting

Learn how to start seeds for planting. Start your own seeds to save money, grow different plant varieties, and extend your growing season. Step 1. Prepare pots or flats Wash the pots and flats in warm soapy water. Rinse them thoroughly and drain. To kill fungi and bacteria ...more

How To : Protect your roses from black spot

Roses, the world’s favorite flowers, are great garden performers that, if well cared for, will live for many years and produce thousands of exquisite blooms. Here are a few helpful hints on growing roses in your own yard or garden: Grow roses in a sunny spot with plenty of a ...more

How To : Harvest Lophophora peyote pups from grafted scions

Lophophora harvest. This video is a quick demonstration on how I harvest Lophophora pups from grafted lophophora stock. When harvesting lophophora make sure of the following: Its spring or summer; You place your pups in a dry shady spot to heal; Also dust the mom and pups with ...more

How To : Repot a plant into a larger container

This video from Lowe's shows you how to successfully repot a plant into a larger container. You will know it is time to repot your plant when the roots are visible on the surface, or when they start growing through the drainage hole. If you need to repot one of your plants int ...more

How To : Grow an olive tree in a container

Patti Moreno, the Garden Girl, describes how to grow an olive tree in a patio container garden. She will be able to bring the trees indoors for the fall and winter. If the sapling comes in a 4-inch pot, plant it in a 10-inch container. If your container does not already have d ...more

How To : Grow pineapples using the fruit crown

In this video Jack in the Net shows how to grow your own pineapple using just the crown. Find a nice firm, strong pineapple with no brown leaves. With a very sharp knife, cut straight through about an inch down from the crown. Then trim the flesh all the way around, leaving on ...more

News : Urban Gardening

One of the best Flash games inspired by urban gardening. One simple way of alleviating food shortage or rather minimizing your food expenses: Planting your own food. Of course this won’t literally save you from a zombie apocalypse but this could surely save you some extra buc ...more

How To : Germinate a seed in a small cup

This video is how to germinate a seed in your home using as an example, a watermelon seed. Take a container and fill it about three quarters full with potting soil. You could use a Styrofoam cup, for example. Now take a seed or several seeds and put it on top of the soil. Cove ...more

How To : Repot plants

Potted plants of all kinds, whether in the house, greenhouse or outside, need repotting eventually. There are several reasons, the most obvious being that they simply get larger and top-heavy. Most houseplants don't need repotting that often because, if we give them plenty of ...more

How To : Multiply red fountain grass

In this video, Shirley shows her viewers an effective way to multiply your red fountain grass in order to create more grass from a single plant. After the growing season, find a large, overgrown patch of grass and use a shovel to dig out a section by the roots. After planting ...more

How To : Plant lingonberry in a container garden

Lingonberries are really popular in Sweden. One fact about Lingonberries that people don't know is that they are high in vitamin C. Lingonberry plants produce berries once in the summer and once in the fall, so you get two harvests from this crop which is a really nice. The Li ...more

How To : Plant narcissus bulbs

In this tutorial, we learn how to plant narcissus bulbs. To pick out the best bulbs, look for a nice healthy sprout and a nice firm bulb. These plants grow very fast and they grow during the winter. You can plant these and within 2-4 weeks you will have flowers growing. You ca ...more

How To : Set up drip irrigation for a container garden

Patti Moreno, the Garden Girl, shows how to install a drip irrigation system in a container garden for growing herbs and vegetables. Container plants also need more fertilizer. First, at the spigot, connect a manifold/timer with a fertilizer dispenser and a filter to remove pa ...more

How To : Divide and transplant an agave

In this tutorial, Jeff Moore shows us how to divide and transplant an agave. First, lay the pot over and hit the side a couple times. Now, the roots and soil will fall out. Now, break the roots and take the pups (baby plants) up. If you don't remove these, they won't grow into ...more

How To : Plant and care for Rhododendrons

Rhododendrons must have lime-free soil and that can make them tricky for some of us that garden on neutral or limey soils. Planting in the garden is a waste of time and money. If you want, you can make a raised bed and fill that with acid soil but digging a hole in your garden ...more

How To : Grow an Avocado Tree at Home

While it is convenient to buy avocados from the local supermarket, you can also start investing in the long-term goal of having free avocados coming from your own backyard by growing an avocado tree straight from the pit. To get started, remove the seed from the avocado fruit ...more

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