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Paul Epsom of PBS's The Victory Garden gives tips on beautifying your front entrance.
The Victory Garden's Paul Epsom gives his favorite succulent specimens for Zone 6 cities.
Paul Epsom of PBS's The Victory Garden gives tips on how to handle the dreaded spider mite.
Paul Epsom of PBS's The Victory Garden gives tips on low maintenance ground covers for dry shade.
The Victory Garden's Paul Epsom gives tips on Asiatic lillies.
The Victory Garden's Paul Epsom answers a viewer question about watering willows.
The Victory Garden gives advice on how best to water your plants.
Lily of the Valley
Lily of the Valley has the tendency to spread. The Victory Garden gives you tips on how to contain them and what other plants they work with.
Paul Epsom gives us his picks for drought-resistant plants.
Paul Epsom gives organic tips on how to deal with caterpillars in the vegetable garden.
The Victory Garden provides suggestions for small trees.
Paul Epsom of The Victory Garden gives tips on how to deal with slugs.
The Victory Garden offers tips on how to cure hemlock of an infestation.
The Victory Garden's Paul Epsom gives his take on how to keep your golden privet healthy.
How do you deal with dog urine on your lawn? Paul Epsom from The Victory Garden gives advice on how to have a beautiful lawn and a happy dog.
The Victory Garden's Paul Epsom gives us tips on how to deal with deer invading your garden space.
The Victory Garden's Paul Epsom gives advice on how to deal with clay soil.
Paul Epsom of PBS's The Victory Garden teaches how to transplant arborvitae.
Which apple sprays should you use on your trees? The Victory Garden's Paul Epsom gives you options that are earth friendly.
The Victory Garden's Paul Epsom gives listeners the skinny on how to transplant an apple tree from start to finish.
Fire Pit Safety
Have you recently added a fire pit to your outdoor space? "Stone Guys" Derek Stearns and Dean Marsico share safety tips important for any homeowner.
Brugmansia, "Angel's Trumpet"
Host Jamie Durie answers a viewer's question on Brugmansia (common name: Angel's Trumpet) and toxicity.
Combining Ornamentals with Vegetables
Host Jamie Durie answers a viewer's question on how to incorporate edibles into your ornamental borders.
Garden correspondent Paul Epsom answers a viewer's question about the health of her weeping birch tree.
Sansevieria, "Mother-In-Law's Tongue"
Host Jamie Durie discusses maintenance of this popular indoor plant.
Garden correspondent Paul Epsom answers a viewer's question about hypertufa (faux stone) containers.
Host Jamie Durie answers a viewer's question about the use of botanical names in Latin.
Host Jamie Durie answers a viewer's question about what his own garden looks like at home.
Garden correspondent Paul Epsom, an Englishman himself, discusses why he believes people are so keen on gardening in the UK.
Enhancing a Deck
Host Jamie Durie explains how an outdoor room can enhance life at home.
Hydrangeas and Color
Garden correspondent Paul Epsom gives terrific tips on keeping your hydrangeas a beautiful blue.
Host Jamie Durie answers a viewer's question about gardening television.
Sweet Potato Vine
Viewer question answered! Paul Epsom on tubers and sweet potato vines.
"Stone Guys" Dean Marsico and Derek Stearns give practical tips on building stone walls.
Garden correspondent Paul Epsom answers a viewer's question about types of shade and the right plant for the right place.
Lessons from the Getty
The beautiful modern garden at the Getty Center in Los Angeles is an influential landmark in design. Host Jamie Durie and producer Hilary Finkel Buxton discuss shooting the show at the Getty, and what lessons it provides for the home gardener.
Magnesium Sulfate and Other Minerals for Plants
Garden correspondent Paul Epsom discusses plant feeding and soil pH.
Viewer question answered! It's still cold outside in many parts of the country. What's the best way to bring the outdoors in during cooler weather to get a jump on spring?.