Can growing certain plants together increase productivity, pest resistance and longevity? Can growing certain plants together sabotage your success? Yes and yes! Garden coach Jessica Damiano will help separate science from nonsense and show you which plants to pair together to keep your garden healthy and productive.
From little-known ways to obtain free mulch and supplies to knowing when spending more pays off over the long run, you'll learn tips from gardening coach Jessica Damiano that will help you achieve a beautiful and productive garden without breaking the bank.
For many, the winter garden is beige, gray and -- if we're lucky -- brown. And the cruel irony is that it's during that cold, unforgiving season that we need the garden most! Garden coach Jessica Damiano will show you her favorite plants -- including bloomers! -- that will turn your barren landscape into a winter wonderland at a time when the only green in your neighbors’ yards will be envy!
Join garden coach Jessica Damiano, creator and 13-year host of The Great Long Island Tomato Challenge, for a primer on growing great tomatoes. You will leave equipped with all the knowledge needed to plant, prune, fertilize, maintain, troubleshoot and harvest home gardeners' favorite backyard crop -- as well as the secrets of growing competition-worthy tomatoes!
Garden coach Jessica Damiano will show you how to grow an ecologically friendly garden without sacrificing beauty. You’ll learn which plants will thrive with little or no supplemental irrigation, and how to care for your xeriscape garden. It's good for you -- and the environment!
Tired of the same old fruits and vegetables? Gardening coach Jessica Damiano will introduce you to 31 tasty-yet-uncommon edibles to add to your garden -- and your table! You'll learn how to grow and prepare lesser-used crops like kohlrabi, celeriac, ground cherries, Duborskian rice, bitter gourd, bok choy and garden huckleberry, and many others.
Which president lied to his wife to prevent her from planting vegetables at the White House? Which first lady misappropriated funds from the gardener’s budget to pay for fine china? And which administration brought sheep onto the grounds in order to save on mowing expenses? Join garden writer Jessica Damiano on an eye-opening and inspiring historical tour of the White House gardens, from the founding of our nation to the present day.
Did you know that Old Westbury Gardens and its mansion were built in exchange for the acceptance of a marriage proposal? Or that there's a graveyard on its grounds? Or that if 500 New Yorkers hadn't died, there's a good chance The Highline Park wouldn't exist today? Join garden writer Jessica Damiano as she explores the fascinating history behind these two gardens, and discover the beautiful plant selections that make them stand out.
Which of Marie Antoinette’s trees are still standing? Why did Monet’s neighbors report him to the police? Two of France's most beloved gardens, the gardens of Versailles and Monet’s garden at Giverny, each took 40 years to complete, but the similarities stop there. Join garden writer Jessica Damiano on a virtual tour of each and learn about their storied pasts and botanical presents.
Join garden writer Jessica Damiano on a virtual tour of two very different horticultural English gems: Ashdown Forest, the little-known, real-life inspiration for Winnie the Pooh’s Hundred Acre Wood, and Kew Gardens, the world's most famous botanic garden, which is believed to be the most biodiverse place on the planet and has a direct connection to the Mutiny on the Bounty!
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