Here's a quick garden tour of what's still blooming in our Wisconsin Garden. We just could not resist giving these beautiful floral blooms their due and want...

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28 Responses to Quick Garden Tour – Wisconsin Garden Video Blog 404

  • foxyred303 says:

    Where did you get the end brackets

  • Judi Rae says:

    What do you mean by succession planting? 

  • Luz Padilla says:

    Why the instructions on the water? Why no cold water? I use the hose, but
    frankly my peppers are not doing to well. 

  • Hert teta says:

    So all I need is that compost? Do I need to mow the sand under the compost

  • Evangelos Beardall says:

    And when your plant dies in one of your 12″ squares, cry over it and make
    it “the weeping square” haha :P

  • thornbottle says:

    Sorry for the ignorance but I have heard peat based compost is bad because
    harvesting it is destroying ancient environmental spaces that take 1000’s
    of years to recover. I have been told not to use peat based compost, so as
    you are an organic farmer that cares about the environment, why do you use
    peat based compost?

  • jackie heta says:

    hi there where can you purchase the edge braces many thanks

  • jackie heta says:

    hi patricia where can i purchase the end braces from .

  • TraditionallySouthern says:

    I love the end braces for the box. Very nice instructional video.

  • hurdman says:

    I use at least three feet between beds. When plants mature in beds they
    will really restrict your movement in isles.

  • Bubblegum Kitty says:

    You have a beautiful garden.

  • WisconsinGarden says:

    That is very kind of you. Thanks for visiting. Lynn

  • WisconsinGarden says:

    Sometimes you have to be that radical to get rid of trouble. Good idea to
    try the baking soda first. Keep a close watch on them and hit them with it
    at first sign of the mildew. Do the ones all around it too to protect them
    before it starts. Lynn

  • WisconsinGarden says:

    Thank you for your sweet comment and for visiting our channel. Lynn

  • snookie65 says:

    Gorgeous as always! I just never get tired of seeing it on video or in
    person. Might have to pop over and bring you some bread or rolls soon. 😉
    BTW, the purple and white Iris are spectacular! I have questions about a
    few Irises I have, will have a chat when we see you next.

  • WisconsinGarden says:

    Thank you and thanks for visiting and leaving your lovely comment. Lynn

  • WisconsinGarden says:

    Thank you, you are very sweet. Would love to have you visit and take home a
    big bunch of flowers. Thanks for watching and just keep planting things you
    like. Lynn

  • lanatur says:

    I absolutely love that blue almost Delphinium looking plant. Have you
    discovered its name yet?

  • Damiandel Rey says:

    iwish you had more tour videos ilovethem allso much im half of your views
    on all of your videos

  • Neetu Singh says:

    Great video!! Thanks for sharing your knowledge with all the

  • berrysherry34 says:

    Love the garden and love your hair also…………

  • Mad Sweeney says:

    That blue flowering plant at about 3:00 is a Baptisia. I am enjoying your
    garden video and have subscribed. Thanks for showing your garden.

  • Damiandel Rey says:

    i can’t stop watching this video all is soo beautiful 

  • Heather Peters says:

    Love your garden. So beautiful. Such a reflection of the type of incredible
    person I imagine you to be:)

  • Damiandel Rey says:

    I have to say this video ismy favorite now i can’t wait to see anew tour
    video a real one this spring from you i love both kinds of those peonies,
    you have a lot lol oiv never seen amorepretty garden, so inspired gorgeous
    your garden is , is that the only kind of peonies you have? there so
    pretty what do they smell like ?
    the allium plants wow…. how cool are they!!!!!

  • Adrienne V says:

    Wow that honeysuckle vine grew! How’s the trumpet vine, any flowers yet?

  • Wise Student says:

    Did I see Hostas in full sun ??? They are shade tolerant, but full sun

  • Ellie Norris says:

    Who wants to watch a garden tour



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