Garden Tips : How to Deadhead Petunia Flowers




Deadheading patunia flowers is something you’ll have to do before you run out of summer. Learn how to deadhead petunia flowers with help from a certified horticulturist in this free video clip.

Expert: Donna Emery
Contact: www.glovernursery.com
Bio: Donna Emery has been a certified horticulturist for 20 years, has a two year degree in landscape design, and is a Utah-certified nursery professional.
Filmmaker: Michael Burton

Series Description: Planting a garden is hardly a passive investment to the aesthetic qualities of your home. Get garden tips and learn about planting and maintenance with help from a certified horticulturist in this free video series.

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21 Comments

  1. Paki671
    December 1, 2011
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    looo

  2. Bandgig360
    December 1, 2011
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    why are you just starting to pst all these videos, when its cold af outside in most places

  3. flyerdude02
    December 1, 2011
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    Gardening tips in the winter, If I was in Australia these might be useful.

  4. CyprusLenny55
    December 1, 2011
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    Could not see what you were doing, the plant was too far away and your fingers were in the way,

    Have close point with your snipper and show where you mean. Thank you.

  5. kagomekikyo100
    December 2, 2011
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    can you guys make a vid about how to store dahlia tubers? 😀

  6. ClosetMuslimah
    December 5, 2011
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    Posting these in the winter is useful, because it gives gardeners time to plan their garden and space out the planting in the spring, according to when each plant needs to be planted, after the first frost, right before, etc. Posting these in the spring/summer, when most plants would have to be planted already wouldn't really do anyone much good. And there are different climates in the world, where some are hotter than others all year round.

  7. vapor961
    January 28, 2012
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    What is she doing out of the kitchen?

  8. animalgirl1234567100
    March 27, 2012
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    Cute

  9. Xx_Loaf Bloke_Xx
    April 29, 2012
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    …..Why the fuck am I watching this?

  10. uptown1317
    May 5, 2012
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    this was a terrible video we need a close up of whats shes doing

  11. AlisirinTime
    May 24, 2012
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    My petunias won't bloom, what could I do?

  12. leinad23ec
    June 28, 2012
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    Thank you. This video was a big help to me.

  13. AkiraElric1985
    April 12, 2013
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    Thank you for sharing.

  14. Lisa Perry
    June 29, 2013
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    The most helpful tip I haven't gotten this season. You got a gasp out of me when I saw you cut away…but of course your right. I am always a chicken and cut the least amount possible. Sort of like a chef afraid to use spices. I bow to your gourmet chef to my line cook. lol Thanks for the tip. subscribing now….

  15. Gambler77713
    July 2, 2013
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    Thanks for posting. I bought a mixed planter that has a petunia as part of it and it loooks a bit ragged, I wasn't sure if I was only suppose to pull the petals out or snap the whole bloom. After watching your video (today is July 1st), I'm going to take your advice and give it a good cutting back.

  16. melanie flair
    June 18, 2014
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    Thank you so much

  17. Richard Murray
    August 30, 2015
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    Good lord, who is on the camera. It would have been nice to see what you were doing.

  18. Jesse wru
    July 8, 2016
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    Wonderful video! Straight to the point!

  19. Victoria Demico Aa
    July 28, 2016
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    So close up of your face wasn't helpful. Why not a close up when your actually cutting.

  20. Korean Beauty
    July 16, 2017
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    I was definitely just pulling the dead flowers off and calling it a day. So now I'll be doing it this way and going to pick up some fertilizer as well. So glad I watched this video!!

  21. Stevie Aurum
    September 10, 2017
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    Instead of using toxic chemical fertilizers, you can use crushed egg shells. It works fabulously.

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