Landscape Design Principles | John’s Family Garden

Landscape Design Principles | John’s Home Garden // In this video, John Valentino and Chip discuss the themes and principles they consider when creating outdoor spaces. For large commercial buildings or small backyard gardens, these 4 tips will help you create your favorite space. Learn how to create useful spaces and how to use plants in many ways. Combine the tips in this video with John&Bob’s smart soil products, and you will be able to create a healthy and happy garden! If you find this video rich in content and want to learn more about our organic soil products, please visit our website (www.johnandbobs.com) and follow us on social media! www.johnandbobs.com-please visit our website! @johnandbobs-Follow us on FACEBOOK / INSTAGRAM / TWITTER! Soil, gardening, garden, garden soil, organic, garden tips, compost, food, soil food web, johnandbobs, john&bobs, john&bob’s, maximize, optimize, nourish biosol, mix, infiltration, smart soil solutions, DIY, tutorials , How to improve soil, garden, grow something, soil food, organic matter, self-sustainment, microbial life, chip, chip chat, garden, landscape design, principles of landscape design, John’s family garden, family garden, John Valentino , 4 tips, four tips, useful space, music: www.bensound.com.

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  • Kevan Lunney
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    I wonder about xeriscaping. It has obvious advantages of saving water and providing food and cover for animals, but what about maintenance? I am so used to hiring a grass cutter. I wonder about the upkeep, mulching, weeding, trial and error of plants, etc that comes with a garden bed, is that extended to the entire property or do you find less work?

  • Pamela Hondzinski
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    I LOVE your products! Applying my last order on my front lawn next weekend! This is a GREAT video. Thank you so much! (Organic heirloom flower and vegetable gardener here)

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