Added by on 2016-10-27

To celebrate Earth Day, we are going to visit a cool DIY backyard, learn how to compost, and show you how to create your own indoor garden. With a special Earth Day Karaoke session and a simple quick tip, this week’s episode is our greenest one yet. Links in this Episode: American Horticulture Society – Bio Gems – Trees For The Future – Hi Tree! – National Gardening Association – Pollyanna Cowgirl – Webby Awards – Related PostsGarden Tower Project | Earth Eats | The Weekly SpecialGardening for Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders and Special Educational Needs Engaging With NaRoof Gardening | Special Focus on Vegetable Gardening on top of Roof | Hyderabad – V6 NewsA special day at The Roof GardensVertical Earth Garden Design Simple Design$10 Earth Box Clone – Growums Container Vegetable Garden at Lowes

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  • XxOZGDGxx BB 1 year ago

    Anyone here from 2016??? Geez, threadbanger is sooo different now!

  • HardyCs123 1 year ago

    in 1820 a man named fredrick osloft one day he was working in his lab until a ghost came by and killed him the next morning fredrick was nowhere to be seen 100 years later two boys went in the lab as a dare the boys where never seen again where aparently murdered now that u have read this comment tonight when u go to sleep the two boys and fredrick will come and murder you but you can stop this by posting this comment on 5 other videos by midnight im sorry i relly hate these things :'(

  • Green Power Farm 1 year ago

    That is cool,
    I went to earth day here in asheville and it had nothing to do with earth day I thought it was just a bunch of hippies partying. Total let down.
    I wanted to see wind turbine & solar panels. Thanks,

  • Brendan Miller 1 year ago

    that didnt even make sense.

  • varun009 1 year ago

    go fuck yourself loser why did you watch it its about plants not getting a date

  • varun009 1 year ago

    you mean threadheads cause there are different shows on threadbanger ilke threadheads, decor it yourself and andrew hanson i dont know what the name of his show is but its awesome all the TB shows are

  • Brenda Abilez 1 year ago

    the cumershul mad me lafe so much

  • ThreadBanger 1 year ago

    Threadheads is on Fridays! Don't worry, it hasn't gone anywhere.
    x, Meg

  • Brendan Miller 1 year ago

    recycle and take care of the Earth.. BY USING TIRES AS POTS! WeEEeEEeEEEe!

    I don't like how "in your face" this video seemed.

  • Regalo1.9.7.9 1 year ago

    i think your program is really cool and helpful! could you make a video on how to make a cool retro-inspired lampshade and repainting a furniture. oh i look forward to watching more videos from you guys!

  • Kelsor 1 year ago

    Duuuuuude… I AM a drummer… o.o;;

  • shaptastic25 1 year ago

    but the tires in the ground and the old rusty pots and all the other crap makes it look like a land fill

  • Kelsor 1 year ago

    Mah earthday tip #573:

    Save a horse, ride a cowboy! ^_~

  • ThreadBanger 1 year ago

    were still here…this is just a different show.Watch for threadheads every friday and a new decor it yourself on Tuesday

  • shaptastic25 1 year ago

    it looks a dump with all of that trash

  • candyman45 1 year ago

    I was wondering if you have a way to make a recycled pencil case. It would be awesome if you did a video on that because it would make my school bag very unique and i could say that i made it. 😀 =D

  • NeccoWecco 1 year ago

    Yes they do, this hostess does home decoration, they do the other things

  • nemo379 1 year ago


  • ThreadBanger 1 year ago

    You could use a trash bin, but there is a balance to find when it comes to the air circulation that the city compost bin finds on it's own. You can use a trash bin, you will just have to stir up the compost a bit more I believe. The bin I visited didn't smell at all outside, and I opened it, looked in and everything.
    To put on your plants just wait until everything is broken down into a nutrient-rich soil, then gently sprinkle on your plants.
    Best of luck!
    xo, Meg

  • ThreadBanger 1 year ago

    Rob & Corinne have their fantastic show Threadheads on every Friday. It's never changed, so don't worry. We still have them:) Long live Rob & Corinne!
    xo, M