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Create a Spectacular Fall Container

Create a Spectacular Fall Container
5 years, 10 months ago Just because it’s fall doesn’t mean it’s time to put your garden to bed. Tim Pollak, outdoor floriculturist for the Chicago Botanic Garden, discusses fall plants that will enhance your garden with bright colors and texture and last well into the season. ... Just

Feeding Your Roses with Corri White

Feeding Your Roses with Corri White
6 years ago Are your roses just short of spectacular this season? Corri White, Chicago Botanic Garden horticulturist of the Rose and Dwarf Conifer Gardens, shows you best methods for feeding your roses to make them healthy, and the envy of all your friends and family ... Are your r

Successful Edging and Mulching Tips with Dave Cantwell

Successful Edging and Mulching Tips with Dave Cantwell
6 years, 1 month ago Assistant Horticulturist Dave Cantwell offers useful tips on how you can create clean edges around your garden beds and best mulching practices. Happy gardening! Assistant Horticulturist Dave Cantwell offers useful tips on how you can create clean edges around your gar

Soil Health with Tim Johnson

Soil Health with Tim Johnson
6 years, 1 month ago It’s June and gardening season is in full swing! Tim Johnson, the Chicago Botanic Garden’s director of horticulture, shares tips on how you can get your soil into shape for the season. It’s June and gardening season is in full swing! Tim Johnson, the Chicago Botanic

Building a Bee Condo with Becky Tonietto

Building a Bee Condo with Becky Tonietto
6 years, 3 months ago May is the time to welcome bees back into the garden! Attract and keep native cavity-dwelling bees with homemade bee nesting blocks. Plant Biology and Conservation graduate student Becky Tonietto shows you how. Download instructions for your Bee Condo at ... May is the

Sowing Seeds with Tim Pollack

Sowing Seeds with Tim Pollack
6 years, 4 months ago Now is the time to sow spring blooming flowers and veggies. Tim Pollak, Chicago Botanic Garden’s Outdoor Floriculturist, takes you through a step-by-step process on how to start your seeds indoors. Now is the time to sow spring blooming flowers and veggies. Tim Pollak

Tips for Removing Snow from Shrubs & Trees, and Sidewalks & ...

Tips for Removing Snow from Shrubs \u0026 Trees, and Sidewalks \u0026 Driveways
6 years, 5 months ago Sean Regan, grounds crew leader for the Chicago Botanic Garden, shares tips on how to safely remove snow from your shrubs and trees, and de-icing your sidewalks and driveways. We invite you to visit www.chicagobotanic.org/plantinfo for more information. Sean Regan, grou

Tips For Dividing Perennials

Tips For Dividing Perennials
6 years, 9 months ago Benjamin Carroll, Chicago Botanic Garden’s Senior Horticulturist, shares his expert tips on how to divide perennials. Fall is the perfect time for dividing perennials because of the cool air and moist soil.Benjamin Carroll, Chicago Botanic Garden’s Senior Horticulturi

Tips for Planting Fall Bulbs

Tips for Planting Fall Bulbs
6 years, 10 months ago Now is the perfect time to plant spring bulbs. Benjamin Carroll, Chicago Botanic Garden Senior Horticulturist, shares tips on how to correctly plant bulbs to ensure beautiful springtime blooms.Now is the perfect time to plant spring bulbs. Benjamin Carroll, Chicago Bota

Tips for Fall Containers

Tips for Fall Containers
6 years, 10 months ago Heather Sherwood, Chicago Botanic Garden Senior Horticulturist, shares her top 3 favorite plants for fall, and gives you tips on how to install and maintain beautiful fall containers. Heather Sherwood, Chicago Botanic Garden Senior Horticulturist, shares her top 3 favor