Landscape Makeover Part 3 of 4: Planting Shrubs and Perennials! 🌿💚🙌// Garden Answer

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Igor L . 2020-02-07
Omg, you plant Achillea(hybrids) as flowers, I have it my orchard and we consider it as a weed. But acctualy Achillea millefolium is edible and used in homeopathy for urinal, menstrual and digestive difficulties.
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Lady Daisy . 2019-09-15
I'm so happy I found this video. I love the indigo pine. 💙💙💙
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Jessel D1223 . 2019-08-14
What is the purpose of the landscape fabric? Sorry i have to ask, i may sound stupid...but seriously what it is for? Thank you.
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Lynsey Lawton-Roberts . 2019-07-31
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Cindy Stewart . 2019-07-24
This is SOOOO incredibly helpful!! Thank you!!!
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marcos lobo . 2019-07-20
I Love your vídeos. You explain things very clearly giving lots of advice. I will definitely copy some of your tips on my garden. Tks for sharing
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Gabrielle Anna Cormier Art . 2019-07-07
I’m so happy I discovered your channel ❤️ Your videos are so helpful! I may develop a green thumb at some point after all! Thank you 😊
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Nicole Castro . 2019-07-01
You could start your own Fixer Upper type show and remake people's yards! (As if you didn't have enough stuff of your own to do!) 😆
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Jill Green . 2019-06-28
Beautiful! Do you happen to know what color blue paint that the owners used in the house?
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Margaret DeFazio . 2019-06-28
where do show how to run the drip irrigation to the pot? I skipped around in the videos. Did I miss it?
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Jen and Paul Martin . 2019-06-26
Say no to landscape fabric. Stuff is crap and detrimental to the soil and plants.
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TheRanitarene . 2019-06-25
The only thing I don’t like about this project is that you put some gorgeous plants but I am a zone 9 and none of them are zone 9. 😭 sad for me but good for them lol. Loving this series!!!
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Lorena Arias . 2019-06-24
I wish in this video Laura would explained more as she did in part 2, I am woundering what type of tube she connected on 1/2 black distribution tubing for the anchor plants and what type of emitter she used for the anchor plants.
I was so happy when I see them doing this types of project because I am tired of watering my plants it takes hours and I would like to use the black tubing and water the plants individually that way I do not waste waterI do not want to recieve an expensive water bill from the city. Please help me. Thanks
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Campbell Homen . 2019-06-24
I really appreciated how you placed the shrubs and then placed the perennials. This helped me a lot because I find myself always just putting everything in as I get it and it’s never really planned. Thank you.
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Lisa Marie Hughes . 2019-06-24
This series is WONDERFUL! Laura, you are great! Also to note: Aaron's camera work and editing! Seriously thoughtful editing! The two of you together create some of the best videos I have seen and always want to watch. Job very well done!
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SUGARPOP73 . 2019-06-24
Please do another video in a years time to show how it worked out once the plants are established and see how it looks like so we can replicate it in our gardens . Thanks Laura.
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Sandy Lunden . 2019-06-23
Laura, I love watching your videos ❤️💯👍
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Sweet Stuff . 2019-06-23
Love to see your thought process of how to arrange plants. I think that is one of the hardest things for me. Those pines and that smoke bush, my goodness, how beautiful! Me want!

You guys do such a great job with your videos! Laura, you are informative and to the point, and your husband is an amazing videographer, even under the not so perfect conditions of wind and shade. Love the overhead views, editing, and on screen info he adds! Thank you and great job!!!
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Susan Beaird . 2019-06-23
Great series :)
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Donna * Lovin’ Texas . 2019-06-23
You have so much energy. I get tired watching you work so hard. But then it’s not hard work when you are doing what you love. Or so that’s what they say but it’s still hard work. I waited to watch them all together so I will catch the last one when I wake up for work tonight. I know it will be beautiful.
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Mare Wittig . 2019-06-23
I love seeing what other smaller growing accent pieces there are for my small garden.
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Terri Hanson . 2019-06-23
SO WELL DONE!!! From the thought process to the design and selection of plants, so informative and inspirational! 💯👏🏻🙌🏻
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Kathie Rogers . 2019-06-23
Love the graphics of how big the plant gets. Helps me a lot!
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Karon Crickmore . 2019-06-23
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Margie McPeak . 2019-06-23
I absolutely love your plant choices, Laura, especially the corner ones! You've really given me some food for thought! The beds across the front & sides of my house sure need to be replaced and THIS TIME, it's ALL going to be my CHOICE of what to plant! I've learned a great deal from this little "series"! There will no longer be all the same shrub, side by side by side with an evergreen, the same one, at every corner! July 4th weekend will make 34 years I've lived here and I'm ready to make some changes! Thanks to these videos, I now know what I want to do! God bless you & your precious family.🌾💜
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Elaine I . 2019-06-23
Love your videos! Can you also show us how to stop rabbits from eating our flowers and grass?
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Sandi Clifford . 2019-06-23
Laura, I am surprised how much I'm enjoying this, as I only discovered your channel due to your Succulent videos (I'm completely addicted to succulents)... but I once was a gardener of "normal" plants (I've killed them all) so it is interesting to watch as the bones of the garden are put together. Thanks for a great series... will happily watch you do other people's gardens any day. My favourite type of video.
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lisa morin . 2019-06-23
Laura...Your work is amazing!!! You have been such a great help with all the knowledge you share!! I love your videos......
Thank you!!!!
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Amy Flatten . 2019-06-23
This series is great!! Love the varieties of plants and can’t wait to see the finished product!! Thanks so much for sharing. Would love to see an update video or pics as the garden develops too!!
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Courtney Kappel . 2019-06-23
Such a cliffhanger! I can’t wait to see the final episode. It’s going to look so good!
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Christy A . 2019-06-23
Thank you so much for doing this smaller garden bed! I love seeing exactly how you planed and planted. This is much closer to what I have!
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Megan Wright . 2019-06-23
Would the sester dwarf spruce survive in zone 9??
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hope guzman . 2019-06-23
Somethings don't work for me like having a tree be a part of your garden, especially a Christmas tree.
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Alexandra Sutika . 2019-06-23
Proven Winners and Espoma have aced their advertisement dollars by sponsoring you! I legit only ever want to buy those brands. “I need PW hydrangeas because garden answer plants PW hydrangeas”
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elizabeth GM . 2019-06-23
I love the combination of these shrubs and perennials! Fun to see Laura's choices with a blank slate for a smaller home. Not everyone has the gorgeous property she has, more garden makeovers!
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Alexandra Sutika . 2019-06-23
Love watching these “regular people” garden makeovers!!!
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Tammy Kriskie . 2019-06-23
I always get inspired watching your videos Laura 🌼 ..
This is fun to watch from start to finish .. All the plants you chose are Beautiful and can't wait to see what you do tomarrow ..
Blessings to you Laura, Aaron and little Benjamin ..
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kaoritubes . 2019-06-23
Hi, what was the reason for not planting plants first and doing the landscape fabric + drip system later? It would seem to be easier to plant first instead of cutting into the fabric each time you need to plant and then having soil all over the fabric as a result of planting.
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Rachelle DeLong . 2019-06-23
Oh I hope you do more of these videos! I have a blank slate at my home and am having a hard time putting ideas together. I am about to write every single one of these plants you planted today and recreate this for my home!! 💚
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Barbara Hamilton . 2019-06-23
You never fail to amaze me!
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Janine J . 2019-06-23
No part 4. We rototilled the whole front yard on the right side [looking at the house] when we THOUGHT it was warming up in March - Hah, jokes on me - in Pocatello Idaho. MISTAKE. oh my gosh, so much work. I have learned that landscapers are worth their weight in gold. I can grow almost anything, but I can NOT design.
This helps SO much. It's been a nightmare, bc the soil is actual clay that doesn't hold ANY water. Phoenix has clay too, but not like this. Plus, moving from Phoenix to Idaho, totally diff climates. the front is still a nightmare and the weeds are taking over. But this vid helps SO much. Maybe I can redeem something. Plant grass, plant weed cloth. lol thanks you SO much for these vids. where can I get black elderberry?
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Michelle Dalton . 2019-06-23
I'd like to see the red brick painted the same shade of white as on the front porch wall, place a fun rug on the patio, paint the white water pipes black so they fade away. (also, Laura, paint your irrigation green plastic covers black so they don't stick out so much) . Also, paint the the pot and the base it is sitting on, on this patio, a gray/black. Love the front door. Stone columns would also be beautiful.
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Janine J . 2019-06-23
WOW this was amazing info
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Kristin N . 2019-06-23
Love this so much! It’s much easier to picture in our “normal” gardens!
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DixieGirl9876 . 2019-06-23
Well done, looks great!
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Vegan Adventure . 2019-06-23
I'm surprised you didn't use perennial grass. Did you use any soil amendments here?
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crystle hernandez . 2019-06-23
I can't wait to see tomorrow's video
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Yvencia Simmons . 2019-06-23
Great video 💗💗💗💗🤗🤗🤗🤗
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Lance Qualmann . 2019-06-23
Loved everything about this series! I hope you do more makeovers in the future! 😃
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Kathy MAcomber . 2019-06-23
Oh my that indigo spruce is adorable
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