June Garden Tour: The Plants Have Been Loving The Rain! ๐ŸŒฟ๐Ÿ’š๐ŸŒฟ // Garden Answer

We forgot to include the drone footage in this video but we’ll be sure to include it in the second part where we tour the South Garden so stay tuned! ๐Ÿ˜€

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30 Replies to “June Garden Tour: The Plants Have Been Loving The Rain! ๐ŸŒฟ๐Ÿ’š๐ŸŒฟ // Garden Answer”

  1. Wonderful tour! Everything is so lush. Loved all the roses, flowering shrubs and hostas.

  2. Maybe do a pruning video about the Royal Raindrops crabapple. I planted a young decent sized one this spring in our yard and have seen others in the area that are scraggly and could use a shape up. I'm thinking i may have to shape up mine at some point and would like to see you do yours. โœ‚๏ธ๐ŸŒณ

  3. Might you consider painting your AC in the Hartley black? That would help it disappear ๐Ÿ˜. We love your channel, thank you so much!!!!!

  4. Yes trim that monster up into a tree! That's what Linda Vater would do. ๐Ÿ˜‰ It likes its space and conditions. That would be fun! Thoroughly enjoyed this video!

  5. I mean wow! Your garden is just incredible. Love all the little areas, like the seating area. So many different things growing and all just look fantastic together!

  6. Interesting that your heuchera are turning a different color. We do not deal with chlorosis in my area. But I have noticed that a few of mine have come back a different color this year than last year. I figured it was just a weak cultivar, but now I'm super curious if it is something else.

  7. I love that old metal gate/arch at the end of the video. I saw an idea on Pinterest where someone made a long wall of espalier trees, and that might create the wall for a secret garden back there

  8. Water is the majic for beautiful gardens. My water bill is huge as we have been in the high 100's in Texas, eeehh!

  9. Thanks so much for the tour!
    Have you ever tried to "peg" the wild rose canes? You basically arch them down and secure them to the ground or even back to another part of the rose. The rose then sends new growth upwards and you get blooms all along the length of the cane much like a climber. I started doing this last year and it was a great success!

  10. I caught a cat making a bed in the tall flowers and they stay that way๐Ÿ˜‘๐Ÿ˜‘

  11. Before you add a step in your garden you may want to consider if you are ever going to have someone who is handicapped or disabled walking through your lovely flowers. That step will be an obstacle for someone in a wheelchair, walker or similar. You could just do a ramp and still do plant layering and it would be lovely. Just something to consider. Even your folks down the road may need to use a walker and no steps would make it easy.

  12. I would love to see Aarons face every time Laura says " I can't remember the name of this plant, do you know, Aaron?" I imagine he is like ๐Ÿคฆโ€โ™‚๏ธ LOL.

  13. This is so great guys thank you for the grand tour ! Absolutely beautiful.

  14. Thankyou Laura and Aaron! I am planning gardens for my new home in AK and I love your unbiased assessment of your plants. I also love to know sometimes it takes three years for certain plants to prosper. Patience and hope are truly rewarded in the life of a gardener! Love your videos!

  15. I love that you show parts of your garden that donโ€™t look picture perfect. Makes me feel better about my little garden. I just love your videos and I have learned so much in my short year of watching and gardening!

  16. Those strawberries runners may deserve to be planted in another pot or flowerbed

  17. Holy Cow! That's a lot of planting!! I learn so much every time you talk about your garden during a tour. It's always nice to see things after the initial planting.

  18. Will using the cardboard and mulch approach to expanding that bed make it harder to edge the bed?

  19. Laura why donโ€™t you propagate by yourself those plants that you have but you want more, just cut some stems right on the elbows (or suckers too) put them in soil in the greenhouse, water, and enjoy growing your most precious plants ๐Ÿชด if you want to increase the chances of surviving you can add some growth promoter for roots

  20. Youโ€™ve mentioned that weeping willows are messy trees. If you put a pond underneath the tree would it clog easy?

  21. I love those holy hocks! They look amazing behind something shorter

  22. Always an inspiration to see your gardens Laura… thank you for sharing a part of your life with us! Was wondering if you could take a plant a week and show us how to divide or properly cut back or just learn more about it… it would be a โ€œhighlightโ€ for me as I learn from seeing.

  23. WOW!! There is so much to see. It looks beautiful and one would think that there wouldnโ€™t be many areas for more to be planted, but there is. Canโ€™t wait to see more. Please make a a floral arrangement. I love to see those quick arrangements with things clipped from your garden.

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