I cover the basics on staking your tomato plants and bottom pruning leaves from your tomato plants. Nothing fancy. I provide visual examples and explain the reason you may want to do this in your garden. I recommend the following Gardening & Homestead YT Channels: Roots & Refuge https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTZN3HhejW1tOiRdLGUCGGA CaliKim Garden & Home DIY https://www.youtube.com/user/CaliKim29
Today is the FIRST FULL Garden tour of the 2019 season. We have an urban vegetable garden set in the middle of a tropical garden, Southern California Zone 10a.. We grow organically focusing primarily on heirlooms.
How to Garden Easy, vegetable garden is starting to grow, squash, greens, mints, herbs, tomatoes, kale, collard, tree collar, purple tree collard and more and enjoy nature in the flowers of our food forest. My Garden walks here are full of ideas and thoughts, that may work for any gardener.
This is an inexpensive way to build an 8 foot vegetable garden trellis for about $15. It will easily last 5-10 years. Grow vertically to save space, grow more and better manage pests & disease. I will be making 4 of these this year. I recommend the following Gardening & Homestead YT Channels: Roots &
Vegetable Garden Mounds and the Benefits of Raised Row Gardening Welcome to North Texas Vegetable Gardening and Cooking with Hillbilly Jilly. Here you’ll find guides, tips and information on #vegetable #gardening, #cooking, #canning and long-term food storage. I show you how to prepare classic comfort #food #recipes along with new recipes proven to satisfy and
Vegetable Garden Update S1-E12 – Staking and Hail Hath No Fury – In this video I update my warm season vegetable plants. I have started staking the plants that need it. I had a big hail storm do some damage in the garden, but my house actually took it worse. Products I Use – https://kit.com/HortTube
Training climbing vegetables up supports is a great way to get maximum yield from minimum space. Building your own supports is easy, fun and can make an impressive feature in your garden. If you’re growing climbing peas, beans, cucumbers or any other vining plant, you’ll need to build supports to help them grow skywards. Providing
This video shows what happens when you use mulch in the garden such as grass clippings, sugarcane, woodchip, poultry litter, cardboard, and even general garden waste. Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/selfsufficientme Help support the Channel and buy a T-shirt/Merchandise from our Spreadshirt shop: https://goo.gl/ygrXwU Shop on Amazon for compost tumblers: https://bit.ly/2V1o46A Shop for Tumbler composters
It is late Spring here at Rocky Hedge Farm and of course, that means a lot of gardening, flower planting, and so much more outside activities are going on. I built raised vegetable garden beds last year, added a few perennials but I have plans for a lot more this year. Early mornings as the
The last big update from the Home Garden saw the raised beds going in. Now a month later two of them are filled with lettuce, peas, and spinach seedlings and a third is seeded with other edibles. In this video we’ll be looking at the raised beds but also at what’s growing in the greenhouse
You asked me to make a video on planting my vegetable garden so here it is. If you have been with me for awhile you know that I pick most of my ingredient out of my garden. My recipes are full of fresh ingredients so I hope you enjoy this video. Seed Germination Station: https://amzn.to/2W3XgXv
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It has been about 40 days since we last checked in on the log raised bed garden in the greenhouse. Lets see how tings are growing and what needs to be dealt with after 70 days of growing! Heating and Cooling Thermostat – https://amzn.to/2W2MMrf Best garden hose shower head – https://amzn.to/2w1oorq Brass hose shutoff –
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Does it matter how you orient your garden beds? How do you decide where to place your plants? Joe Lamp’l explains what matters and how to maximize your garden space. There’s MUCH more great garden info from Joe Lamp’l of joegardenerTV – including links to The joe gardener Show weekly podcast series (https://joegardener.com/podcasts), garden blogs
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On this week’s Two-Minute Tip, we talk about the importance of providing essential micronutrients to your vegetable garden — and how to easily do it! Get your MICRO-BOOST here: Micro-Boost Get your GARDENING GEAR here: https://hosstools.com/product-category/garden-tools-collection/gardening-gear/ Check out our other pages: Website – https://hosstools.com Facebook – https://facebook.com/hosstools Instagram – https://instagram.com/hossgardentools Twitter – https://twitter.com/toolshoss
Today is the FIRST FULL Garden tour of the 2019 season. We have a 10k square foot garden in Central Arkansas, zone 7b. We grow with natural practices, focusing primarily on heirlooms. Some of my favorite gardening tools: Felco Trimming Pruners: https://amzn.to/2YkdclO Barebones Hori Hori (the BEST garden tool!): https://amzn.to/2LCwhym The Roo Apron Gathering Apron:
Nature Walk through our gardens, and a visit to a farm, oriole feeding babies in a banana plant, baby rabbits, wild bird, tomato talk.
How to Prepare Your Vegetable Garden and Plan Your Seeding Layout. After spending quite a few years gardening I am starting to realize people really do like to learn from others experiences and you can’t please everyone. Well in this video I’ve tried to share my thoughts for how I prepare and plan out my
Today we have a look at what is growing in the market garden, showing our CSA veg box members what we have planned for their first box. We also carry on digging out the compost that our permaculture chickens have made. We work in the polytunnel preparing veg beds. And as always we see the
Lots of great growth. Tucker the Grand-Puppy makes his debut. A look at all that is growing.Tomatoes and peppers are in and planted in various ways. Time to start bottom pruning larger tomato plants and thinking about disease and insect prevention. I have brought in a couple more garden bed designs for you to consider.
COME ALONG WITH ME AND TOUR OUR VEGETABLE GARDEN. CHECK OUT OUR NEW RAISED BEDS AND COLD FRAMES AND SEE WHAT WE HAVE PLANTED! ** LOOK BELOW FOR LINKS TO MY SITES AND ALSO MY FAVORITE GARDENING TOOLS AND RESOURCES** See the full post and links at: Tour Our Vegetable Garden MY FAVORITE GARDENING TOOLS
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