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MGS S01E07 – Thinning the Seeds

MGS S01E07 – Thinning the Seeds

14 Sep, '140 Comments

Thinning and pruning seem to be a counterproductive activity for novice gardeners. I learnt the hard way that those are a necessity for the garden to thrive. I share my findings in this episode.

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MGS S01E06 – Constructing the Patio

MGS S01E06 – Constructing the Patio

6 Sep, '140 Comments

I’ve always wanted a small “proper” sitting area in the front garden but never got round to doing something about it. Until now. Thanks to Almanaratain who wanted to parter with Mahmood’s Garden Show and offered to construct it for me using their material, staff and equipment to do so. How can I refuse? In this […]

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MGS S01E05 – The Nursery

MGS S01E05 – The Nursery

30 Aug, '140 Comments

The gardening season is about to start in Bahrain and I can’t wait for the weather to change for the better. However, it pays to prepare; hence, I share with you how I built my seed nursery and some gotcha’s that will help you avoid some of my mistakes. (hint: don’t over complicate things!)

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MGS S01E04 – Xeriscaping: gardens that need very little water

MGS S01E04 – Xeriscaping: gardens that need very little water

23 Aug, '140 Comments

Our viewer Shirley Dockerill asked us to cover the important topic of gardens that need very little water. In other words: xeriscaping. In this episode, I discuss and show what I have personally done in my garden to accommodate the xeriscaping philosophy and show my xeriscaped border and the thriving plants in it. All while […]

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MGS S01E02 – The Seeds Selection

MGS S01E02 – The Seeds Selection

12 Aug, '140 Comments

Welcome to the second episode of the Mahmood’s Garden Show. In this episode, I discuss probably every gardener’s passion for collecting seeds and plants in general and share with you some of my horde. I also ask for your opinions to help me design my flower beds this season. Feel free to respond to topics […]

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