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  1. Elaine Lilling
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    Beautiful! Thank you, Laura! I'm new to gardening so I really appreciate your videos. Very informative!

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  2. F.A. Acosta
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    How lovely! I have been watching your videos for a few weeks now..I haven't planted anything yet, just learning and taking notes. But in my mind I have a dreamy enchanting garden like your parents. 😊🌺🌿🌼🥀🌿

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  3. H B
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    any suggestion on what to plant near hostas and boxwood in a mostly shady area? its up against the front of my house and has only green color right now and I hate it. i tried echinacea for a pop of color but they are taking forever to grow. I only see buds when the hostas are nearly showing out of the dirt. Im looking for something that has color but also can tolerate the lack of full sun. its so so boring right now.

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  4. Diane Ferguson
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    You look so pretty sitting there in your little chair surrounded by 🌸

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  5. SurferGirl
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    What are anchor plants?

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  6. Glenda Reneé Johnson
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    Awesome video Laura! When are you going to open up your place for tours? 😉 well, we need to wait until this virus thing settles down for sure. Thanks for your detailed description on each plant and why you place them where you do. LOVE a cottage garden!

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  7. Veronica Byrd
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    Please tell me when is the best time to use top soil? I have friends that uses it for potting and gardening it that ok? Thank you, I really enjoy your videos!

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  8. Erica Turano
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    I love this type of garden but another one of your videos has me falling in love with coral bells. How would you incorporate them into this type of garden? I was originally thinking of lining the garden edge with them but love the look of a more cottage type garden. I just need to get my bells in there! Thanks

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  9. Joanne L
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    Gorgeous! I get tons of little green worms on my roses that just decimate the leaves. I usually end up squishing them each night. How do you control them when they are buried in a full garden? Thank you for all you do!

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  10. Karen Flick
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    I am a little late watching this video but wanted to tell you since we have a smart tv I have been addicted to you on our TV by Youtube, of course!! We live in Aiken SC and are in a area of Sugar Sand….and we are native to Ohio; so what a difference!!….you help me so so much…right now I am fighting breast cancer and have 5 more treatments and then radiation…..we caught it in stage 2, Praise God….but OH, this changes our perspective of living….we are 70 and celebrated our 50th at the beginning of our Cancer treatment journey….so my hub buzzed my head 2 days later; as it was coming out in clumps….so when I can be in the sun again, I have so many plans for our farmhouse outisde….we also rennovated and added an addition to the house….I love how hard working you both are…..we lived in Lebaon Oregon area for a short time….LOVED SEEING MT HOOD ON A CLEAR DAY….AND THEN THE RAINBOWS!!!!!! WOW!!!!! GOD BLESS!!!

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  11. Nancy Lihs
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    I love your ideas, could you possibly come to my home in Portland??!!

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  12. ija hashim
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    i got same tips also, visit my channel

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  13. The Roaring Twenties
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    You share what a cottage garden is, and then you tell others plant their oranges and reds if they want. That is a mixed message and not recommended when people are learning the traditional cottage garden. I would suggest that you be more firm in your teaching with some rules and boundaries around "cottage gardens" otherwise, its not a cottage garden.

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  14. Stephanie Gasparich
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    This video was exactly what I needed! Thank you so much!

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  15. Jenn R
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    Beautiful garden!

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  16. Nicole Dixon
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    The cottage garden of course is beautiful and that walkway, I need to put a path in my cottage garden to be able to access the faucet on the house. What is that anchored to? Is there a video about that I've missed somewhere? Love this!

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  17. pinksugarfluff
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    🐝💕Did anybody notice how happy the bees looked in her new garden? They went right to work!

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  18. Beth Marohn
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    I'm going to look for a pink variety Clematis, to hopefully, grow along the split rail fence we recently put in. I placed a vintage bike, milk can & metal yard cart (all in their original aqua color) in front of the fence & the pink trailing large pink flowers will hopefully pack a soft punch to the look. Sidenote: I wish I could grow catmint, but we have several outdoor cats, & they destroyed my last one.

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  19. Crystal Scott
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    Can we please get an update on what this area looks like? Also would you recommend this for a front yard my front yard has sun from 11ish-7ish which makes me sad cause I have bloomstruck and la dreamin hydrangeas I wanta put there🤦🤦🤦 but idk if they make here in KY..can you divide cat's pajamas I only found one in the store?

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  20. Pheoria
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    THERE'S A KITTY

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  21. Sunnie Dee
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    I’m so glad I found you! Immediately subscribed! Totally loving 🥰 this garden! I recently moved and now I have to start my garden all over again. Really wanted to bring my perennials from my old house out here but unfortunately, someone sprayed most of my flowers with chemicals and they died. Ugh. I wanted to mention that Clematis like to share characteristics with each other! I planted two of them in different colors and they both ended up getting something from the other one! I had one similar to what you planted and another one that was white with plum stripes. The cornflower had plum stripes the next season and the white had some cornflower blue throughout! So cool! I’m so excited to start my new garden! I already started prepping the ground for May!!

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  22. Alexandra Golovenko
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    As always such lovely videos, it’s a pleasure to watch you speak so passionately about gardening. I would love to see a video for flower beds and plant selection that would work well in shade. I have a lot of really mature trees in my yard and they create a lot of shade throughout the day. I want to plant florals and vegetation along the side of the yard but there is not much sun there

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  23. Tonia Schluter
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    Laura call this rose a Lady Gardener, but it doesn't look like Lady Gardener to me. Look more like a Crocus Rose. Anyone know for sure what it is? I sooo want some!

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  24. Debra Elliott
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    Dear Laura.
    We are staying safe at home. Getting the yard looking better then it has in years.!!! Planting vegies and flowers. Since I'm in that older age group who are more susceptible to the virus I have not been able to go to the local nursery like I would like to. SOOO Sad. Making due with what i have on hand.
    My main reason for writing is I believe our weed eater, edge trimmer has bit the dust. My poor husband thinks it can be saved ( its now in the repair shop ). I'm hoping for a new one. Could you please mention again what model of De Walt " Whipper Snipper " Arron prefers.

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  25. kim farrell
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    💖⚘💖🌷💖🌼💖🌻💖🌺💖🥀💖🌹💖

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  26. Eb Brown
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    Like, relike, relike, relike 🤭

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  27. Barbara Adams
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    lovely

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  28. blancdemaison
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    You speak to fast its stressful

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  29. AGRICULTURE MAMATA
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    Nice video mam

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  30. Mali Rupp-Musser
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    I love this style of gardening and your bed looks gorgeous! I'm still in college, so no breaking ground for me yet. I've just been container gardening. But this makes me incredibly excited for a time when I have a yard 🙂

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  31. Nived Joshy
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    I live in a tropical region like India. Can u make a video about tropical plant cottage garden. I love those plants which we lack except rose.

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  32. Gail Forest
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    Thank You for all your gardening videos.!
    I'm in zone 3 in Montana and lots of deer visit the property.. Our home was built in 1900 It is too close to the dirt road out front. Years ago lilac was planted like a hedge on the property line. That's about the only thing growing here.
    I need help. Any suggestions? Or a video would be wonderful!! Thanks Laura!

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  33. Ericka Bradbury
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    Have you ever used Buck Hardy brand roses?

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  34. Laura Hemmingsen
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    Pure joy in these difficult times. Thanks so much for the inspiration🤗

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  35. Anh Tuan
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    Hi Laura! Cottage garden is awesome! Do you have an update on this flowerbed ?

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  36. Michelle Tate
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    This was a huge help, just the info I was looking for. If only we weren’t quarantined and I could go to a nursery right now! Thanks so much!

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  37. s000mable
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    I have one in a giant garden so year 3 it's still work in progress. It's expensive so my tip is to learn how to take cuttings so you can mass fillva border on the cheap

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  38. Kim Espinoza
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    Beautiful!!! New subbie here!!

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  39. Stephanie Souza
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    WHY will my foxgloves never come back?!? I’ve been trying to get them to work for me for 3years now. 😭 you don’t have to answer that. I’ll just keep trying. Haha!

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  40. Joanne F
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    Laura your video's are always awesome to me I gain some of you idea's to add different things into my gardens. Most of what I try to plant is shrubs and things that come up year after year..Aaron you do a great job with your camera such a sweet memory to share with us all.

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  41. Mylene Cachola
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    Laura, how to be you? I really love how you do your gardening

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  42. Ashley Pistoresi
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    Hello! Can you please do an update on this cottage garden 🌿

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  43. Lisa Buscaglia
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    Can't wait to get started here in Missoula MT, in my new little yard! Had amazing cottage gardens w/many various vintage gates (still have), I collected over 25 years. Had a picket fence around my big side yard at my home in Frenchtown MT on wooded 5 acre property. It all evolved over a 26 yr period into charming/amazing smells/sites. Started it all when my twin boys were babies, by digging from a couple different friends gardens. Thank you for this tranquil video, as I start all over🌸🌿

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  44. INDIAN ROOF GARDENING
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    You and your garden very beautiful,. https://youtu.be/j71hYYGbo2g

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  45. Jessica Rojano
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    She shoul plant more and speak less.

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  46. Jessica Rojano
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    I have enough! She speaks too fast and too much.

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  47. amberGr8
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    Thank God I found your channel 🙌🏼🙌🏼 binge watching all your videos 🥰 I can’t wait to start my garden!

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  48. shirley germain
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    Laura, We need an update on this area this year. I love the cottage garden.

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  49. Caroline Maslin
    May 15, 2020 @ 7:48 pm

    Do you know what disease it is when roses get this wild a and it has dwarf flowers, ? He might have to go ☹️ unless someone tells me it can treat it.my neighbor had it first.

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