Garden tips and tour – what’s looking good, winter pruning, winter damage to plants and more

Winter garden tips & tour: pruning is the most important job in the garden in winter and early spring. Even though different plants have some different techniques, you can learn the overall principles of pruning and you won’t go far wrong. And why the principles of pruning apply if you’re facing winter damage.
00:00 Welcome
00:36 Tour of the Middlesized Garden in winter
01:46 The border re-vamp – it’s completely cleared at last
03:53 The basic principles of winter pruning
05:10 What to do with winter damaged plants
06:22 How to prune hydrangeas video:
07:21 Check tree ties and stakes – don’t leave them on for too long
07:42 How to plant a tree video:
08:03 The progress of the ‘mini meadow’
09:37 Garden design ideas playlist:

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