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17 Comments

  • BAG-O-DAY CROCHET & MORE 2 months ago

    Make sure whatever container you choose can drain water. If your containers hold water, then a few small holes must be made in the bottom of the container so water can drain…

  • Bootsie Sweettarts 2 months ago

    Great video! Favor to ask: I am a new YouTuber with a craft and general life style channel. I LOVE your videos and the rapport you have with your subscribers. One of the areas I want to emphasize is vegetable gardening as well as sewing and crocheting. You are such an experienced and smart gardener. Would you be kind enough to review a video I uploaded about our veggie garden? I am also an very inexperienced videographer but @age 70+ I am eager to learn. Thank you so very much.

    https://youtu.be/3t71JVt1BE0

  • Alissa Bagdasarian 2 months ago

    How is your garden doing? I really tried hard to mimic what you did. So far things look great!! Going to hit them with the Bloom Boost soon! Thanks for all the great info!!

  • Awilda Hernandez 2 months ago

    Oh my God your plans from last year are Beautiful. Thank you for all the information I now feel I am well equipped.

  • ramona medina 2 months ago

    thank you!!!!love it..

  • deborah lipscomb 2 months ago

    Crystal I just saw this video. You and Eric told me a lot I did not know, especially about petunias. What time of year do you order your plants? And can you still plant supertunias in a pot now or do they have to be planted earlier in the spring? thank you, boy I have learned​ crocheting and now plant care from you. lol

  • Monica Cespedes 2 months ago

    I want to see how it turnes out! I love it!

  • Kim Rohrbaugh 2 months ago

    Does the cut off flowers&buds rule apply to all flowers or just annuals? I have a potted lily..should blooms&buds be cut before trans planting?

  • Thea Stewart 2 months ago

    Thanks for sharing Crystal and Erik! This was awesome! I learned a lot. I can’t wait to see the update. I am surprised that you didn’t start a gardening channel since you both love it so much! Thanks again!

  • Kimberly Ray 2 months ago

    Awweee CRYSTAL, I love this video, can't believe you'd have any negative comments, shame on them,what a professional job. I watched after the live , @ WOW I WAS IMPRESSED!
    Sending love @ human kindness ❤
    Kim n Carolina

  • Brenda Piatt 2 months ago

    Sure learned a lot today…thank you Crystal. Had no idea to cut the blooms off and what your reason was for a healthy plant in the end.

  • Kim Wheeler 2 months ago

    Such a beautiful job I love the flowers and all the unique containers you planted in. Can't wait for the update to see how much prettier it gets. Thanks for planting with us

  • Brenda Fanning 2 months ago

    Crystal, great video. I learned so much that I did not know. Thanks for sharing.
    Brenda Fanning – South Carolina

  • Dawn Bozykowski 2 months ago

    Great video. I I had no idea you were supposed to cut the buds off. I did cringe while watching that part but it makes complete sense and I will be doing that this year so thank you. You two are so cute and your flowers look beautiful.

  • Kim Phillips 2 months ago

    Awesome video. Great tips. Your kids are so cute. I
    It is so good to see the whole family working together. You don’t see that anymore. God bless you!!

  • Penny Miles 2 months ago

    Thanks so much. Learned a lot. Do you do veggies also? Would be great to see that also

  • Shelley Callahan 2 months ago

    Hi Eric! Lol