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Michael Pilarski discusses considerations for permaculture gardens, including the following topics: nettles, urban forests, intensive home food production, trellising, hugalkulturing in permaculture zones, and manure. Please subscribe http://medicinalplantresearch.com/ Video Rating: / 5 Watch more landscape design videos http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xlOLDpOdfrI&feature=c4-overview-vl&list=PLF0AF61A608D62EE7 Watch as Better Homes and Gardens shows you how to design a landscape! The most important thing to remember when choosing your landscape design is to do what you like–it is your yard, after all. Incorporate edging into your flower beds and in your lawn to keep weeds at bay and create a crisp, clean visual barrier. Utilize hardscape, or stepping stones, to create a functional pathway that breaks up the rest of your landscape plan. Use plants with bright foliage, such as ones with colored leaves, to help your green shrubbery come to life. Keep texture in mind when choosing your plants and flowers. For example, Black Lace Elderberry is a fun counterpoint to Evergreen Box Wood. Mix annuals, perennials, and shrubs with other landscape ideas to design a garden that is visually interesting and easy to design. Subscribe to the BHG Channel — http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=bhg Official Website: http://www.bhg.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mybhg Twitter: http://twitter.com/bhg Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/bhg/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/betterhomesandgardens# Related PostsWhy to do a “Permaculture Design Certificate Course” ?Permaculture Design Course Introduction (Hands On Experiences Learning)Raised Beds – Cheap vegetable gardening beds – Permaculture Design – Huglekultur Vegetable gardenPermaculture Design- Vertical Gardening Ideasgarden design online courseGarden & Landscape Design Course with John Brookes

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  • Jefferdaughter 2 years ago

    Not only in other parts of the world, but until the massive push for sub/urbanization of America after WWII, most Americans produced much of their own food – whether they lived in small towns, on farms, or in non-farming rural areas.

  • Bobbi Double 2 years ago

    great information in this about how to plan, he's got so much background that it's chock full of lessons as he designs the lot.

  • Sheds Direct 2 years ago

    You've got a very nice pathways! The selections of flowers to your landscape seems perfectly awesome. I am truly convinced with your great ideas. It really taught me a lot! Thank you.

  • Garden Sheds Kent 2 years ago

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