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Green Thumb At 60 Video Gardening Series By Cathy Harris

 
Green Thumb at 60: How I Started My Gardening Journey With Raised Beds and Pots and Containers
by Cathy Harris
(available as an e-book and paperback)
BN.com E-book




Green Thumb At 60 Video 
Gardening Series:

Green Thumb At 60 - Video #1- Intro To My Backyard

Green Thumb At 60 - Video #2 - Placing Raised Beds

Green Thumb At 60 - Video #3 - Building Raised Beds

Green Thumb At 60 - Video #4 - Pruning Tomatoe and Pepper Plants

Green Thumb At 60 - Video #5 - Harvesting Foods

Green Thumb At 60 - Video #6 - Growing Swiss Chard

Green Thumb At 60 - Video #7 - Garden Maintenance

Green Thumb At 60 - Video #8 - Garden Watering

Green Thumb At 60 - Video #9 - Seed Spacing

Green Thumb At 60 - Video #10 - 60 Day Garden Update

Green Thumb At 60 - Video #11 - Garden Fertilizers

Green Thumb At 60 - Video #12 - Pest Control

Green Thumb At 60 - Video #13 - Garden Critters (Birds)

Green Thumb At 60 - Video #14 - Garden Critters (Snakes)

Green Thumb At 60 - Video #15 - Raised Beds vs. Growing Foods in Ground

Green Thumb At 60 - Video #16 - Crop Rotation and Food Placement

Green Thumb At 60 - Video #17 - Homemade Fungicide

Green Thumb At 60 - Video #18 - Why Use Mulch?

Green Thumb At 60 - Video #19 - Pruning Sweet Potatoes

Green Thumb At 60 - Video #20 - Stay Away from High Maintenance Crops



Cathy Harris Celebrates "One Year Gardening Journey" With Release of "New Gardening Book" and "Green Thumb at 60 Video Gardening Series"



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Austin, TX 78760
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