People & Blogs Vegetable Gardening 

Building A Raised Asparagus Bed | Gardening Project | How To DIY

Source: Youtube Building a raised asparagus bed is our gardening project for today. How to build raised beds as a DIY homestead garden expansion. We will will also discuss planting and growing instructions for Asparagus including how to plant asparagus crowns / seeds and how to grow it in your backyard Eden / vegetable garden using our secret super soil mix. This is a crop you can harvest for 15 years or more. Music provided by Audionautix Song: Turn Up The Watts (TurnUpTheWatts) #RaisedBedGardening #RaisedBedGarden #Asparagus #Gardening #Homestead #HowTo #DIY

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Gardening Dirty Secret. Harvest vegetables in garden allotment for work.

Source: Youtube We all have our gardening dirty secrets – what’s yours in the garden or allotment? Join me today down the allotment and my secret will make all allotment and garden folks’ blush – that’s for sure :0) So how much veg do you use from your garden allotment? Most days I will harvest from the garden allotment to use at work as well as at home. Join me today in the allotment and find out just what that dirty secret is and how much I can harvest in…

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Raised Bed Garden | Raised Beds And Container Vegetable Gardening

Source: Youtube Raised bed garden update on our raised beds and container vegetable gardening efforts here on the homestead. We will also provide links to our raised bed garden soil mix that show the amendments and additives we use in our raised bed garden box / boxes when growing fresh vegetables. We garden and harvest from last frost to first frost, and even in the snow. Gardening and harvesting are how we eat year round. These cool weather crops like the beans and brassicas fill our needs from anything lacking…

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Raised Bed Garden | Fall Brassicas | Gaia Gardening Method

Source: Youtube Working in the raised bed garden again, planting our Fall Brassicas using our Gaia gardening method. The Brassica family includes many cool weather crops such as broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, and cabbage that can be grown in the Spring or Fall. The Gaia Gardening method we coined here on the homestead involves using the existing garden soil (Gaia = Earth), rich or poor, to form the container that amended soil for growing can be placed into. This can be compost, potting soil, garden soil, peat moss, or your…

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