Prune Blueberry Bushes

How To : Prune blueberry bushes

Blueberries are one of the tastiest berries around, and if you just happen to have a blueberry bush in your backyard, consider yourself lucky. But you can't just let a blueberry bush fend for itself—it's needs help—it needs pruning. This video will outline how to prune your b ...more

How To : Properly take care of blueberry bushes

If you love eating blueberries, but hate paying so much for those delicious pieces of fruit, why not plant your own. Oh, and if you're worried about killing the plant, not to worry, this tutorial will show you how to properly take care of your blueberry bush. So check it out a ...more

How To : Plant and grow blueberry bushes

Blueberries are a healthy nutritious fruit that you can plant and harvest yourself. Learn some tips for growing a blueberry bush from a professional organic gardener in this free video series. Part 1 of 15 - How to Plant and grow blueberry bushes. Plant and grow blueberry bush ...more

How To : Prune rose bushes with bypass pruners

If you're looking for tips on how to prune roses bushes, there's no one better than rose expert Muriel Humenick to show you how it's done. First, she shows you the proper pruning tools you'll need for the rose garden, and the main tools are bypass pruners, but there are others ...more

How To : Prune trees into bushes

Pruning is a commong practice that involves removing certain parts of a plant to help improve or maintain its health. It also helps reduce the chances that any branches fall on people and keeping it safe from possible disease. For some trees, instead of letting them grow to gi ...more

How To : Prune a young blueberry plant

If you plan on growing various fruits in your yard, know that each plant needs to be pruned at certain times of the year. Blueberry plants need to be pruned or burned over every two years so that any pests that may distrupt it can easily be taken care of. The result is a plant ...more

How To : Prune raspberry and blackberry bushes

Tom Cole shows how to prune raspberries and blackberries off canes. Using secateurs, cutback the canes once they have fruited. The next step Tom shows is to tie the remaining canes that need to bloom. Great video with pleasant results. Prune raspberry and blackberry bushes. Cl ...more

How To : Reuse Old Coffee Grounds

Many people start their day with a fresh, hot cup of coffee. They purchase their coffee with care and enjoy it greatly. But what do you do with those grounds once you’ve drunk your coffee? Here are some uses for those used coffee grounds! Note: It's always easiest to handle co ...more

How To : Prune and train roses with This Old House

In this video, This Old House landscape contractor Roger Cook explains how to prune and train rose bushes. Steps: 1. Inspect rose bush to find old, dead or weak branches. 2. Use pruning saw to cut through selected branches at the base of plant. 3. Deadhead plant with bypass ...more

How To : Protect outdoor plants and shrubs in the winter

Curtis Smith of Yard and Garden teachers viewers how to protect outdoor plants and shrubs in the winter. For instance, Lilacs and be burned by the cold weather so it is advised to not place lilac to the South or the West against a wall in the winter. Next, with a privett plant ...more

How To : Prune bush roses in winter

Steve Redman shows how to prune bush roses in the winter. Roses need pruning to ensure healthy bushes in the following seasons. Tools and equipment are listed and used simply by Steve in this great video. Prune bush roses in winter. Click through to watch this video on videoju ...more

How To : Trim your rose bushes

Starting a rose garden? Modern Mom is here to help. Learn from gardening expert Melinda Myers how to properly trim rose bushes after the winter to promote new growth in the spring. Prune brown, dried up rose branches and keep your garden fresh and fast growing.

How To : Prune plants

Learn how to cut back plants in your garden effectively to encourage new growth and remove dead and diseased branches. Follow this Howcast guide to learn how to prune plants. You Will Need * An illustrated gardening guide * Gardening gloves * Gardening shears * Gardening clip ...more

How To : Plant a blueberry bush in your yard

If you're looking for a fruit plant that will provide you and others with a great tasting fruit that is very nutritious, try the blueberry. Planting a blueberry ush in your yard is a pretty easy task to do and is something that you and others will enjoy. There are certain ene ...more

How To : Prune a Butterfly bush

In this how to video, Martin Fish from Garden News explains how to prune the Butterfly Bush or Buddleia. The Buddleia is also known as the Butterfly bush because of its colorful flowers that attract butterflies. Pruning this plant is important because it encourages more flower ...more

How To : Prune a peach tree & trim raspberry plants

Curtis Smith, Extension Horticulturist, and Rick Daniel, Bernalillo County Horticulture Agent, demonstrate how to prune a peach tree and trim raspberry plants. If a branch is in the way and causing problems or if it is unhealthy, cut it off at anytime. Cut outside of the bark ...more

How To : Trim rose bushes

In this how-to video, you will learn how to trim rose bushes. You will need a pair of shears and roses. Cut anything growing from the summer. You should also cut any old wood as well. This will leave new growth for the rose bushes. The best way to remove this is to go in and c ...more

How To : Prune hybrid-T roses

John White and Rosemary Maddox Master Gardner will teach us how to prune our hybrid t-roses. To begin, you’ll need a set of bypass pruners, long handles loppers for branches or canes, which are bigger than your thumb. You may also need a pruning saw, 10% bleach solution which ...more

How To : Properly prune roses in the summer

In order to properly prune a rose bush in the summer, you will need the following: shears, water, fertilizer, and mulch. Snapping off the head of a rose is called "Dead Heading". If you remove the bloom, the bush will stop expending energy on a dying or fading bloom. Instead, ...more

How To : Prune a rose tree (standard)

If you'd like to have a rose tree, or rose 'standard' as opposed to a rose bush, this video will show you what to do. You'll need some pruning shears and of course, a rose bush. This video is really helpful in instructing what to look for when you're trimming, and what branche ...more

How To : Prune a Japanese Maple tree

Sometimes your Japanese Male can get a little out of control and ends up looking like a bush. In this how to video, Dave guides you through the process of pruning a Japanese maple tree. Make sure you prune your Japanese Maple carefully because the tree takes a while to grow th ...more

How To : Plant garden roses in containers

Planting roses can make your home beautiful, but there is more to planting roses than just picking one from your local nursery. Selecting a rose that will stay in scale with the container without much heavy pruning can make all the difference in having healthy, long-lasting, p ...more

How To : Prune floribunda roses

In order to prune your floribunda roses, in the spring, you will need the following: pruning shears/clippers. Closely examine the bush. Trim away the top growth. These should be really big cuts, because you want to streamline it to the sturdiest branches. It should look bare ...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 : Prune rosebushes

Pruning a rosebush removes old and dead growth, improving the health of the plant and making room for new buds. You Will Need * Long-sleeve work shirt * Long pants * Safety glasses * Garden or work gloves * Bypass pruning shears * A pruning saw * Hair elastic or clip (optional ...more

HowTo : Eat Berries in the Wilderness

DO NOT eat a berry if you cannot identify it. I decided not to include the obvious blueberries, blackberries and raspberries, but this guide will assist you in identifying which wild berries are, in fact, poisonous. The best way to stay safe when looking for berries is keepin ...more

How To : Prune summer-flowering spireas

With this video pruning tutorial, you'll learn how to prune your summer-flowering spireas (also known as Anthony Waterer and goldflame), rose of Sharon, abelia, honeysuckle, beauty bush, hydrangea arborescens grandiflora, and butterfly bush (or buddleia davidii). For more info ...more

How To : Prune hybrid tea roses

In this tutorial, we learn how to prune hybrid tea roses with Peter Kukielski. When pruning, look at the entire plant and cut the upper branches to simplify the plant. You will remove the bush down to 12 or 14 inches. If you have a lot of branching, reduce them by trimming at ...more

How To : Prune trees and large shrubs

When you're doing pruning work, stubs should never be left. Always cut back to side chute or branch. Stubs will die back, creating an entry area for disease and insects. In this two-part tree pruning tutorial, you'll receive advice on using proper pruning techniques so as to e ...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

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