3 Gardening Secrets Training (4 Seasons Course)

📽️ This is a pre-recorded training that lasts about 45 minutes.
📧 Check your email for the video replay & a 19-page PDF version of this training.
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📄 Course details are available at prettypurpledoor.com/go.

cathy bernard/gardening moves my soul
over 1 year agoMay 16, 2020
this is my second year at my piece of  backyard of a seniors building I am so excited at everything I learn,My space is half the size of the current picture but I will grow and make it be bloomified
over 1 year agoJune 1, 2020
Hi Cathy, thanks for your comment! Sounds like a beautiful project to work on :)
Tonya Goodwin
over 1 year agoMay 31, 2020
You talk to much lost me
over 1 year agoJune 4, 2020
Are u in Canada
over 1 year agoJune 20, 2020
I really need this very new
over 1 year agoJune 25, 2020
I've 'inherited' a very formal garden with my 100+ year old house, which my family are re-establishing and adding a few modern twists. That's all fine, but we also have a fairly big and boring front garden - lawn with trees round the edge....very boring!
over 1 year agoJune 25, 2020
I need help to do something with my boring garden - I'm UK based and in a conservation area, so have to get permission to install architectural things...under 3' is ok, but bigger has to be authorized. Will this course help under such restrictions?
Amy Fedele
6 months agoApril 26, 2021
I'm very late with this comment but maybe it will help someone else. The course teaches you how to choose the right plants for your conditions and arrange them so they will look nice and sequentially bloom for all 4 seasons. So, it's planting bed design. I do not teach you how to design your landscape in the course although I do talk about different ways to create structure in the landscape. There are free articles on my website that do discuss designing a property, though. https://www.prettypurpledoor.com/blog/
over 1 year agoJuly 1, 2020
Interested in planting perennials that can provide colors throughout the four seasons
over 1 year agoJuly 1, 2020
I need color but my house is mostly covered with trees. I live in Texas.
over 1 year agoJuly 6, 2020
Im from scotland and im having bother with caterpillars and snails i would like to grow plants flowes all year roind for colour all inlarge pots garden id quite small xxx
over 1 year agoJuly 8, 2020
is there a cost for  this
over 1 year agoJuly 19, 2020
about 1 year agoAugust 5, 2020
How long is this video?
about 1 year agoAugust 15, 2020
Yes please Don't do what a Lot of others do just get to the Important areas etc and don't ramble about things that dont/won't keep the ordinary people interested!!
about 1 year agoSeptember 3, 2020
Would like to rewind back to previous things you're saying.  Why won't it show how much time is left on this video?  How much is your class?  Why won't you say?
9 months agoJanuary 25, 2021
Just bought a home with little to no flowers, some landscaping. Want the biggest bang for my buck. I jave sun, shade, moist, gry soil, hillside and forest line
Anita Pogen
8 months agoFebruary 22, 2021
what plants don't  make it through  the winter.I buy perennials in 15131 area
Amy Fedele
6 months agoApril 26, 2021
Hopefully I'm understanding your question, but all perennials come back year after year as long as they are cold-hardy to the climate that you live in. Annual plants/flowers complete their life cycle in one year. Some drop seed that will come back the next year (as new plants). Some annuals have seeds that will not make it through winter in colder climates.
8 months agoMarch 4, 2021
Need something on side of my house mostly clay , no sun B.C Canada
8 months agoMarch 8, 2021
I have been in my home for years and I love a beautiful lawn yet, my front, back and side lawns look like crazy and I have spent lots of $$$$$$$.
6 months agoApril 29, 2021
6 months agoMay 2, 2021

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