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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote June Gardening and Landscaping Checklist – In this video I go over things that I concentrate on in the garden during the month of June. I’m sure I missed many things that should be done. If you think of something, add it in the description of the video. #gardening #landscaping #howto Jim’s Product Links – Using these Amazon Links to purchase the tools that I use in the videos is a great way to support the channel. Thanks for watching. Merch – For More Information Visit – Facebook Page Instagram Twitter Video Rating: / 5 🌿LINKS🌿 Fiskars Step Edger- Fiskars Digging Shovel – Fiskars Adjustable Shovel – Large Gorilla Cart – Smaller Gorilla Cart – DeWitt Pro 5 Landscape Fabric – Marking Paint Gun – Landscape Staples – 🌿MORE LINKS🌿 Support – Buy Garden Answer Merch – Video Gear we Use – 🌿FOLLOW ME HERE🌿 ▶️ Website: ▶️ Youtube: ▶️ Facebook: ▶️ Instagram: ▶️ Twitter: ▶️ Email: 🌿MAILING ADDRESS🌿 Garden Answer 580 S Oregon St Ontario, Oregon 97914 🌿BRANDS WE PARTNER WITH🌿 Video Rating: / 5


  • Cindy Chalfant 1 month ago

    Thanks for getting to the point with lots of good information!

  • Lynn C 1 month ago

    I just found you!!!! I've been watching HortTube all morning. Thank you for these monthly checklists and so many other videos. I am a new gardener, well I can't say I'm a gardener, my interest has been piqued and I am thinking of actively getting in my yard. 🙂

  • Backyard Gardening & Cooking 1 month ago

    It’s so hot here in Houston. I’m pretty limited to what I can plant this month, but I’m going to add some more eggplant and maybe okra to my vegetable garden.

  • Josh Kaptur 1 month ago

    Hey Jim – hard to say whether I like my gardening hobby or hobie kayaking hobby better… saw yours for a split second at 10:54 by your potatoes. Thanks to your channel I sourced some great specimens this year from mrmaple, plantsbymail, and camelliaforest. This spring I put in multiple hydrangeas, camellias, encore azaleas, carex, maples, and crepe myrtles… in addition to a bunch of annuals.

  • Jordan 1 month ago

    Loved this. Brilliant series!

  • Carolyn Qammaz PA. 1 month ago

    I don't want to put seeds in my garden again. I'm outside every day pulling weeds. But I don't know if I'm pulling weeds or flowers or vegetables. So I'm going to seed sowing in pots for now on. It is madding not knowing what I'm pulling.

  • PilotCrissy 1 month ago

    I really appreciate the video you made about irrigation. I always thought it was hard to do but you made it easy.

  • saunge72 1 month ago

    First year growing heirloom tomatoes thanks to your videos and the confidence you’ve given me! The checklists are great!

  • Squid SQuiddly! 1 month ago

    1:26 Is that an Edward Goucher Abelia? I was curious because I have a few tiny ones around my house and did not know they got that lanky / big. 😮

  • mplslawnguy 1 month ago

    I cut a large sedum in half last year about this time and it did not like it at all. Stunted the plant severely and barely flowered. It is still stunted this year. I don't know about that tip. I've heard it before and in my experience, sedums do not like to be messed with too much.

  • VincentDS 1 month ago

    One question I've never been able to get an answer to is using shade cloth fabric to protect the grass in zone 7 only during the peak sun and heat hours of the afternoon. Any opinions?

  • Barbara Norton 1 month ago

    THANK YOU for this very informative video!!!

  • Garden Doodles 1 month ago

    Lots of useful info once again especially for the reminder to prune now for more branching.

  • Anita Hadley 1 month ago

    My daffodil leaves seem to be taking forever to die back. I did cut some of them back in one bed and left some green. I wanted to plant some begonias and they were floppy but still green. Must be our cooler weather. That tree behind you with the bright leaves seems to have grown, forgot what it is.

  • Jeannine Morgan 1 month ago

    Always informative. Thank you so much for these monthly checklists.

  • Rosemary Nguyen 1 month ago

    Hi Jim! I found this video so helpful! How do you get rid of weeds? Do you spray them and leave them there, or do you manually pull them? I’ve read that you can spread more weeds when you pull them. Thank you!!!

  • Michael James 1 month ago

    So I just planted some blue salvia annuals a few days ago. Would you clip any flowers that start showing up within the first week or so? That will make them root in and thicken up more?

  • Shreveport lawn fanatic 1 month ago

    This video caught my attention coz of how informative it is and as a result I've subscribed and now I'm already looking forward to next month's update. I'll also watch your playlists so I can catch up on what I missed.

  • Laura S. 1 month ago

    Would you ever consider doing a makeover on a very very small urban lot? Like 200-300sf yard? (or smaller)

  • Somavinn Sary 1 month ago

    Wait is that a mint FJ in the garage?

  • Heather Stephen 1 month ago

    we use this fabric in our vegetable garden and it is absolutely amazing. No weeds and we don't mulch so you literally can sweep between the rows and even sit right down when tending the garden. One tip we use a hand held torch to burn the holes for seeds. plants, etc and it prevents the fray edge you get from cutting it.

  • Wiltrud Friesch 1 month ago

    How does the flower bed look now?

  • tmmontoya Tina 1 month ago

    Great information Thank you!

  • Vicki Zeimen 1 month ago

    I was really surprised they didn't put some good soil down before the fabric.

  • Ploulou 1 month ago

    What are the positives and negatives to using landscape fabric?

  • Tori Neigel 1 month ago

    Inspired! Just removed a large border of grass in my back yard to make a new flower bed! Thanks for all the amazing info!

  • kathleen lodahl 1 month ago

    I like to wait for all parts of the project to be completed, then binge watch all of them. I’d like to know how much the sun and shade changes through all seasons and which direction the house is facing. I moved into my husband’s home of 20+ years when we married 5 years ago. Our home faces North. In the summer months we get a lot of sun from east and west in the morning and afternoon nearly up to the house and it’s shaded from the drip line of the roof to the house a couple feet, but now, in the fall the entire front of house is in morning shade and the afternoon sun will only fill half of the front yard, so about 10 ft is shaded…hard to plan a year ‘round border with walkways to east and west in those conditions. Also, my husband elevated a 20 ft portion of the yard and surrounded it with a rock retaining wall…I have a lot of work to do. Basically a clean slate except for a 50 year old lilac that will eventually fall down. I’ve already taken out diseased trees and shrubs that were planted in the wrong place and covered the bare areas in landscape fabric to keep the cats out while we finish dreaming up our new landscape design. It’s taken 5 years to learn our family patterns, where we congregate, where we need shade, how far I want to walk to “kitchen garden” or care for a few hens and rabbits. Thank you for your inspiration and helpful information on plants and where to site them!

  • Eric Blatnick 1 month ago

    Thanks for doing smaller home, more relatable. I also noticed you add landscape fabric, but I don't see you doing that at ur house?

  • Jennifer French 1 month ago

    If you google Landscape Fabric is says not use use with garden beds. Can anyone elaborate?

  • Prairie Plantgirl 1 month ago

    Using the bulb auger to go under the sidewalk is genius. Deep flower beds are great. I don’t know anyone who has wished their flower beds were narrower,but I know lots of people who make them deeper every few years. I’m not a fan of landscape fabric but the heavy felted stuff is definitely superior when needed.

  • Trey Tex 1 month ago

    Landscape fabric is horrible for plants. They can't reach their roots down for the moisture during dry spells when little sprinkles aren't enough moisture. Its like a fish bowl. Imprisons the poor plants. So sad to do this to plants.

  • Barbara Harrold 1 month ago

    Did I miss something? Did you add anything to the soil before you put down the liner? Thank you.

  • Chris Mac life 1 month ago

    What camera do you guys use?

  • Donna * Lovin’ Texas 1 month ago

    I am planning a small home and yard for retirement in a few years. This will really help motivate me and help me visualize a small garden. Big for me small for you. Lol I have always wanted a landscaped yard but raising children alone there never was enough time to properly care for it. I can’t even add up how much money I have spent on plants and then worked doubles and been exhausted and given up. Not to mention the horrible red clay soil and heat in east Texas. I know I am not alone in this frustrating circle of buying plants and giving up. But I still dream of that beautiful front yard and relaxing back patio. It will happen it is just put on hold for now. Thank you for teaching me so much and I will definitely have a drip irrigation system.

  • JAMM OSU 1 month ago

    What about soil prep? I would have tilled in compost prior to fabrics.

  • Sweet Stuff 1 month ago

    Creating beds is a scary but fun project for me! I'm still learning, so thanks for the tips! I'm saying NO to landscaping fabric though. If you've ever had to dig it up (and keep digging up pieces, and keep digging up pieces…), you'd know why! I'm curious, is the black flexible tubing going to last as long as a metal pipe would under that sidewalk?

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