People & Blogs Vegetable Gardening 

Working day – Vlog 7 from Oak Hill Cottage Garden

Source: Youtube Time to clean up the garden! In the September vlog from Oak Hill Cottage Garden, I clean everything up in the garden. Compost, grass clippings and a nice fixup are on the schedule. Don’t forget to subscribe so you get notified when there is a new video to watch. New videos are published at 07:00 pm Swedish time. Previous videos: I have had a secret – My new house – vlog 1 from Oak Hill Cottage Garden: Grow your own broccoli sprouts: Early harvest – Forcing rhubarb: The…

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People & Blogs Vegetable Gardening 

Vegetable garden – Vlog 4 from Oak Hill Cottage Garden

Source: Youtube It is suddenly June and with the speed of light, a new kitchen garden has been created at Oak Hill Cottage Garden. It’s so easy to get started with a new kitchen garden and in this video, I’ll show you how much you can grow in a fairly small area. Don’t forget to subscribe so you get notified when there is a new video to watch. New videos are published at 07:00 pm Swedish time. Previous videos: I have had a secret – My new house – vlog…

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Howto & Style Vegetable Gardening 

Best of Oklahoma Gardening Episode #4628 (01/11/20)

Source: Youtube Today on the Best of Oklahoma Gardening we’re in the greenhouse to start our vegetable transplants. Airdate (01/11/2020) Segment 1 1:15 To help get your started with indoor seed starting, Host Casey Hentges goes through the differences in a wide range of seed starting kits, from simple and inexpensive, to the more costly and long lasting. Segment 2 8:55 We have tips on planting seeds that will be future vegetable garden transplants, including deciding which seeds to plant when to make sure that your cool and warm season…

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People & Blogs Vegetable Gardening 

Trines vegetable garden at Lofoten, Norway

Source: Youtube I have been to Lofoten, Norway, to give a lecture on how to grow vegetables in cold climate. I got to meet Trine Edvardsen, who showed me her vegetable garden, just nearby a huge mountain. Read more about winter gardening here: Sara’s Kitchen Garden is my blog about gardening and self-sufficiency. The blog is run by journalist and writer Sara Bäckmo who blogs about her kitchen garden in southern Sweden. Learn more about how to grow and cook your own vegetables and fruits all year round on sarabackmo.com.…

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Howto & Style Vegetable Gardening 

70 Day Raised Bed Garden

Source: Youtube 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 – Best garden hose shower head – Brass hose shutoff – Get SSL Family Merchandise here – .$.99 organic seeds – – use this link for $.10 off! Please check us out at www.sslfamilyfarm.com Find recommended products on Amazon – and follow us on…. Daily Beetle…

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Howto & Style Vegetable Gardening 

Oklahoma Gardening Episode (#4534) 2/23/19

Source: Youtube Segment 1 1:16 & 17:50 Host Casey Hentges takes a look at two great plants that are really looking good during the late winter and both of them are selections in the Oklahoma Proven plant evaluation and marketing program. Segment 2 3:00 We have tips on planting seeds that will be future vegetable garden transplants, including deciding which seeds to plant, and when to make sure that your cool and warm season plants are ready to transplant at the right time. Segment 3 12:00 To help with accuracy…

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Grape Growing People & Blogs 

Razzmatazz Grape & JUJUBE Update: Future Plans

Source: Youtube The Razzmatazz is proving to be unreliable and perhaps too late to ripen here. Sad to see, but the glimmer of hope may be in other muscadines. I’ve been reading reports of the varieties called Truimph and Lane surviving -10F. That’s more than I need to have them thrive here and would be a great addition or alternative to European Grapes that get attacked by disease every year. The Jujubes are finally setting fruit and it’ll probably be another 1-2 months before we get ripe fruits. Very excited…

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Education Vegetable Gardening 

Best Shade Cloth to Reduce Temperature of Plants for Your Vegetable Garden

Source: Youtube John from shares with you the best shade cloth he has found that will reflect the suns rays to keep your plants cooler and provide some shade for your garden in the intense desert sun. In this episode, you will learn about reflective shade cloth aka aluminet shade cloth and how it may help your plants to photosynthesis more if you are growing plants in the desert. You will discover why your plants might shut down during the middle of the day if you are growing vegetables in…

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