This week, VICTORY GARDEN host Jamie Durie demonstrates how to create a dramatic bougainvillea espalier, inspired by the Getty Museum in California. Gardening correspondent Paul Epsom takes viewers on a "seasonal walk" through the world-famous New York Botanical Garden to demonstrate how to sustain a low-maintenance seasonal border all year long. Resident chef Michel Nischan teams up with renowned Boston-based chef Barbara Lynch to dry vegetables for year-round use and stir them up into a hearty Italian summer minestra - a flavorful soup that uses the garden to its best advantage.
Vertical: Think Up!
Wet: Learn About Water in Your Garden
Cool: Create a Garden That's Cool
Hot: Create a Garden that Beats the Heat
Dry: Use Less Water in Your Landscape
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