Planting a paradise: Creating my own calming garden | planting annuals and bulbs

I'm beginning a new series on my channel called Planting a Paradise! I'm gradually but certainly starting to produce my own calming . Come with me as I plant my bulbs for my , plant petunias in my topiaries, and produce an .

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Planting a paradise: Creating my own calming garden | planting annuals and bulbs

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  1. Got me more excited and prepped for spring planting! You’ll have to show how the new bulbs and the topiaries that you planted do! It’s trying to warm up here in Idaho. We have a warm day, and then it drops back to cold weather. So ready for full on spring! Thank you for sharing!

  2. Love the video. I was wondering when you were going to post a garden video. I started my vegetable garden and wish I could send you pictures. Something I want to point out is you used raised bed soil in pots. Do not do that as raised bed soil is too dense for pots. A better alternative is potting mix.

  3. Hi! Love the video! I miss gardening as I am temporarily in an apartment due to moving to a new city / state. For the herb planters, do you plan to place a support beam in the center so they won’t topple? The higher you go, the more unstable it can become… just a thought. A dowel rod will work.

    1. Yes! I’ve seen videos of people doing that but I might just stack 2or 3 at the highest

  4. You can keep thyme over the winter. At the end of the season I recommend moving it to a larger pot and letting to go

  5. Hello Jia beautiful family and hope you enjoyed your vacation. Your garden will be a lovely paradise .

  6. You could’ve used some rocks in the bottom of those large pots to save on potting soil and it could be good for drainage

  7. Hi Jia! Your video was lovely! I just had to mention that you look thinner! Have you lost weight? Please do a weight loss video! It really inspires me. I have lost 14 pounds myself! So excited I need to lose another 10 pounds before the beach weather! I can’t wait to go to the beach it really relaxes me and I’m a beach bum! Lol!

  8. You could use a pool noodle from the dollar store, cut them and put them in large pots to save soil. Works great!

  9. You are the reason I am becoming more into plants and gardening. Thank you for always being an inspiration.

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