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12 Comments

  1. 68NYC2
    January 2, 2014
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    Very Nice.
    ;0)

  2. Hashim Chaudhry
    May 10, 2014
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    nicely done but boring choice of plants

  3. McBasil VEVO
    May 20, 2014
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    good but you didn't loosen the root of the plant to grow the root makes fater growth

  4. Landscaping Employee Trap & Window Cleaning
    August 20, 2014
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    Right on

  5. Mohammed Ehfaj Khan
    May 9, 2015
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    good one and very helpful…

  6. Bill Fallon
    August 14, 2015
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    Don't forget to use Miracle Gro. They sponsor this video. Oops. 
    What's an "Expert" anyway? 
    How does one prove the level of expertise? Do we need to contact The EPA and obama or the liberal cronie capitalist Landscape Associations first? Maybe the Democrat party. Just wondering.
    Oh, are you licensed to shoot this video too? The media Association hates competition.

  7. JANICE GRIZZLE
    January 4, 2016
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    To many plants in one spot,

  8. Willy Rosado
    May 17, 2016
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    you planted too many plants. it looks bad.

  9. Danyellow
    May 22, 2016
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    I just dug out a pretty big front of the house area in Alabama…..clay and rocks…I would like suggestions on colorful perennials – tallest at the back

  10. Rosemarie Mello
    June 25, 2016
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    It looks crowded and ridiculous

  11. Michael James
    January 3, 2017
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    Looks way too messy and grassy to me

  12. Steve's Lawn & Landscape Services
    June 3, 2017
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    Nice, now do the opposite side as well. lol

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