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Gardening basics- just use a trimmer to shred the leaves easily //Quick visit to an X’mas tree farm

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Gardening basics- just use a trimmer to shred the leaves easily //Quick visit to an X’mas tree farm

Hello My Fellow Country Garden Club Butterflies,
Happy holiday. In this video, I show you how I break my leaves easily with a trimmer and how you don’t need any fancy equipment to do so. Also, I’d like to document this in my blog that I am going to be active on now hopefully and lastly, we take a quick trip to the Christmas tree farm.. Hope you are all staying safe and have a good weekend😊😊😊 .. #Fallgardening, #CTgardener, #Leafmulching

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0:00 // Intro to the benefits of saving all your leaves and using a trimmer
1:07 // What the video is about
2:30 // Shredding leaves, grouping them to compost , improving soil // talking about blogging
4:48 // Skillshare video on blogging
6:32 // Going to a Christmas tree farm to pick up a tree for the holidays 2021
8.03 // Conclusion


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My name is Patience but I go by Patti. Welcome to my channel where I journal things for all you to see – my failures, successes and all that things what ever that is! I am a gardener (zone 6b), home decor lover, & all things DIY. My channel is dedicated to encouraging every viewer to do things for themselves and be self-sufficient. I never actually knew I could do these projects I take on until I bought my place and immediately realized paying for things to be done was not sustainable long term. Albeit, sometimes I have no choice but to pay for the more tedious ones. That is why I have started creating content about the things I am doing perfect or not.

In summary, you shall have an in-depth look into how I am changing my space, plants I buy and all others things to come. Hopefully, it is motivating enough for you to want to stick around and encourage you to take up a challenge in the foreseeable future.


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