guests , so we have margaret hagen to show us how to make it from things around your home or neighborhood. margaret: this could go on entryway table or dining room table, although this one is a table. if you tended to collect things me. it was used in a wedding so i didn' t have to pay for the bottom pedestal, which was kind of nice. adam: tell us about the different things that are in here. margaret: these are all native -- well, not all native, but greens usually pretty easily available to people. white pine is common. if you have a for tree, that works well. juniper. perhaps a little boxwood. and then if you have access to physically layer. the bottom of this, you gradually build it up and fill it in and then the last thing, watered once or twice a week and it will last for about three weeks, and then you can choose -- change of your holiday to. white is very big this year. re ready to dress it up a little bit, get some red and white carnations. adam: stickies in right here -- stick these in right here? margaret: you can pull them out really easy to do. the nice part is th
next week, once we get beyond let' s head to "grow it green." green." i' m joined by margaret hagen from the cooperative extension. there are several plants we associate with the holidays, perhaps none more than the poinsettias. i often wonder, how do they get them to bloom all at that one time? margaret: how do they all show flowers for the week before thanksgiving? ray: right. [laughter] things. they will do pinches of the top buds of the get nice breaks to keep the plants nice and bushy, and to get them to turn read all the same time, which is what manipulate the lighting cycle. short day. sunshine, perhaps. ray: one of the things you will looking for in a place -- maybe the flowers. what do you want to see here? fairly tight. these are a modified leaf. if the flower is wide open and might not last quite so long. ray: we have some others that are still green. margaret: poinsettias tend to some change later. later. ray: as far as keeping these plans, is it possible to do it? margaret: it is possible to do it and rebloomb them again. the biggest thing is that from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m.
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