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How to Make Willow Structures for Your Garden

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How to Make Willow Structures for Your Garden

How to Make Willow Structures for Your Garden

[Music] Quick growing and producing lots of flexible stems, hazel and willow trees offer a plentiful supply of natural materials that you can work with in the garden. You can use the stems to create supports for climbing plants, to weave into screens, hurdles or edging – even create your own stunning sculptures. In this […]

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How-To Grow Fruits and Vegetables in Containers | IN BETH’S GARDEN

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How-To Grow Fruits and Vegetables in Containers | IN BETH’S GARDEN

How-To Grow Fruits and Vegetables in Containers | IN BETH’S GARDEN

– Hey guys, today we’re talking container gardening and I wanted to share with you some really great varieties of food that you can grow in pots. If you have a balcony or a sunny patio, there’s so many things that you can grow that you will love eating all summer long. So if you […]

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Creating an Endless Supply of Salad over Summer with Minimal Effort

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Creating an Endless Supply of Salad over Summer with Minimal Effort

Creating an Endless Supply of Salad over Summer with Minimal Effort

– So, I wanna talk about salads in this video and how to kind of get an endless supply of salad from late spring through to early autumn. This is basically aimed at if you’re just starting to grow vegetables, this is a nice little challenge that you can do but the great thing is […]

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Hoss Wheel Hoes

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Hoss Wheel Hoes

Hoss Wheel Hoes

The Hoss Wheel Hoe is a simple, sturdy, versatile cultivating system whose usefulness and durability have been proven in more than 130 years of use by farmers, market gardeners and home gardeners. It’s basically a hoe on wheels. It’s economical and uses no fossil fuels and makes no noise. No need for a tune-up, it […]

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3 Organic Gardening Tips (Some Of Them You Haven’t Heard Before)

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3 Organic Gardening Tips (Some Of Them You Haven’t Heard Before)

3 Organic Gardening Tips (Some Of Them You Haven’t Heard Before)

Phil: Hey guys, my name is Phil and this, is my garden. I’m a certified organic gardener, author of the gardening book, “Building Soils Naturally” and I run a website called smilinggardener.com where I show you how to grow a healthy organic pest-free, chemical-free garden step-by-step. I want to share with you some really important […]

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Tips for Gardening. What Is The Difference Between Fertilizer and Soil Amendment?

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Tips for Gardening. What Is The Difference Between Fertilizer and Soil Amendment?

Tips for Gardening. What Is The Difference Between Fertilizer and Soil Amendment?

Hey, this is Evan with Southland organics today I’m going to talk to you about the difference between a fertilizer and a soil conditioner now for reference I’ve brought along our organic fish fertilizer as well as our jumpstart soil conditioner now. Let’s start with the fertilizer Fertilizers are designed to feed plants directly in […]

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How Much Fertilizer Do Tomatoes Need?

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How Much Fertilizer Do Tomatoes Need?

How Much Fertilizer Do Tomatoes Need?

So I brought a bundle of what I considered to be one of the most productive crops in the garden, right Up there with those Tiger collards and just started harvesting these this is Lacinato Kale want to try a bite That’s pretty right there And Some people call it dinosaur kale Lacinato kale and […]

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The Best Way to Harvest Okra

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The Best Way to Harvest Okra

The Best Way to Harvest Okra

We added a new product this year that we really like. It’s called a Twine Knife. We call it a ring knife. The commercial guys have been using this for years for cutting things like okra and cut flowers. And we said, these should be available to the small farmer and the home gardener. So […]

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Growing Peppers from Sowing to Harvest

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Growing Peppers from Sowing to Harvest

Growing Peppers from Sowing to Harvest

[Music] Whether you like the sweet crunch of a bell pepper or the feisty fire of a chili pepper, there’s none like those you’ve grown yourself. There are literally hundreds of varieties to choose from, and deciding what to grow – well that’s half the fun! Now’s the time to sow them, but before you […]

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THE BEST SWEET POTATO HARVEST FROM ONE 40′ ROW!

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THE BEST SWEET POTATO HARVEST FROM ONE 40′ ROW!

THE BEST SWEET POTATO HARVEST FROM ONE 40′ ROW!

If you’re not growing sweet potatoes in your garden, it’s definitely something that you should consider. What we did is we planted our sweet potatoes around the 4th of July and we kept them mounded up and here it is November and we’re ready to dig them. Now sweet potatoes are one of those things […]

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