Planting Tomatoes and Strawberries Video by HortTube with Jim Putnam

ProPlugger Co - Tuesday, July 16, 2019

In this video I show how I plant Peppers, Tomatoes, and Strawberries. I also show the progress of the cool season vegetables and the potatoes. Thanks for watching. Read More

How to Plug Bermudagrass Video by The Lawn Guardian

ProPlugger Co - Saturday, June 22, 2019

Learn how to plug bermudagrass! Plugging bermuda or plugging grass that spreads is a great alternative when trying to fill in bare areas in your lawn. Here I show you how I completed the plugging project in my lawn using the proplugger lawn tool. Read More

How to Make Precision Holes Through Ground Cover with the ProPlugger Video by Simply Sprouts Farm

ProPlugger Co - Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Morning Everybody. This is John at Simply Sprouts Farm. Today we're going to talk about garden tools. In particular, one of my favorite garden tools that I don't think a whole lot of people use. It's called the ProPlugger and we use it for a number of items, from peppers to pumpkins. I've even tried it on corn in the past. It really saves your back and it's something I definitely could not do without in this garden. So we're going to take a look at a few pictures (here's the ProPlugger) and I'll tell you how we do it here at Simply Sprouts Farm. Read More

Geo Zoysia Plugging Project Video by Carlo Oller MD

ProPlugger Co - Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Hey guys, In this video I want to share with you how I'm going to take some of this beautiful grass, Geo Zoysia and I'm going to reproduce it without having to sod or having to seed it. So here you see that I've already plugged some holes using this device called a ProPlugger XL. It's found on online and it's probably one of the best things I've bought for gardening and stuff. Read More

Planting Tulips Video with Joel Karsten

ProPlugger Co - Monday, September 25, 2017

Hi Everyone, It’s a beautiful fall day in Minnesota and today we’re going to talk about something different. We’re going to talk about planting fall bulbs. For those of you who are like me, you like a simple way of gardening. That’s why I started straw bale gardening. I also like a simple way to plant bulbs. I know you’ve seen a million different tools and things that work for planting bulbs but today I’m going to show you the easiest, best invention ever. Read More

How to Use a ProPlugger on Your Lawn Video by Grass Daddy

ProPlugger Co - Monday, September 11, 2017

Moving plugs of your Kentucky Bluegrass into areas that have been damaged or had germination problems is a great way to thicken up the entire lawn without having to start from seed. Read More

A (mostly) Native Perennial Plug Planting Twelve Months Later by Jim Anderson

ProPlugger Co - Thursday, July 13, 2017

Last year, I posted about a new perennial plug planting I did in June of 2016. In that post, Planting Plugs is a Cheap and Easy Way to Plant a Landscape, I showed how a 300 sq ft perennial bed could be prepared and planted using less work and money. Read More

Planting Plugs is a Cheap and Easy way to Plant a Landscape by Jim Anderson

ProPlugger Co - Monday, July 03, 2017

Why is planting plugs instead of larger plants in a landscape often a better idea? Let's start planting the landscape design for my backyard and I'll show you. Read More

Plugging in Sand - A Customer Testimonial

ProPlugger Co - Tuesday, November 19, 2013

I have a house in Waves NC on the Outer Banks, 12 lots back from the oceanfront, so my soil is really just sand. It has always been a rental property and until I acquired it last Spring, the yard had been pretty much neglected. Until I applied Round Up, I had a sparse stand of centipede grass and other undesirable weeds. Read More

How to Start Seeds Indoors by Kevin Johnson

ProPlugger Co - Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Seed StartingAs I sit here with my morning coffee, local nurseries are scurrying around like busy bees setting up their plant stands at the likes of Lowe’s, Wal-Mart and Home Depot. This is an exciting time of the year for us gardeners, anxious to see the tried and true varieties, as well as any new offerings of flowers and vegetables. Read More