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FULL Fall Garden Tour | Raised Bed Vertical Vegetable Garden | Roots and Refuge Farm People & Blogs Vegetable Gardening 

FULL Fall Garden Tour | Raised Bed Vertical Vegetable Garden | Roots and Refuge Farm

Source: Youtube Join me today as I walk through the our 10,000 square foot, raised bed garden in Arkansas. The end of October has brought us a couple of bonus weeks in the growing season without frost. Grow Salad Greens in a Tub Greenhouse: I got my shirt here: My favorite place to get seeds: Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds – Other seed companies I like: MIGardener: www.migardener.com Trade Winds Fruit: www.tradewindsfruit.com Fruition Seeds: www.fruitionseeds.com Uprising Organics: Our Instagram: www.instagram.com/roots_and_refuge Our Facebook: My Infrequently updated blog: www.thehodgepodgedarling.blogspot.com My Articles in Do…

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Raised Bed Garden | Fall Vegetable Gardening People & Blogs Vegetable Gardening 

Raised Bed Garden | Fall Vegetable Gardening

Source: Youtube Fall vegetable gardening in our raised bed garden. We’ll check in on the raised beds and see which plants were and were not affected by frost damage. So far, our cool weather crops like the brassicas were are doing fine and we are still expecting to harvest from them. Fall harvesting is a big component of our food supply here on the homestead. And with homesteading, cooking and canning our own food is important to us. Let’s take a look at our fall vegetables and see how they…

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Raised Bed Garden | Raised Beds And Container Vegetable Gardening People & Blogs Vegetable Gardening 

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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Sweet Potato Harvest | Raised Bed Garden | Harvesting Sweet Potatoes People & Blogs Vegetable Gardening 

Sweet Potato Harvest | Raised Bed Garden | Harvesting Sweet Potatoes

Source: Youtube Sweet potato harvest from our raised bed garden. Harvesting sweet potatoes is something Tina really enjoys. Growing sweet potatoes in a large metal water trough along with our raised beds gives us a lot of control over the soil and the additives / amendments. We have other videos on how to grow sweet potatoes and the soil mix we use in our raised beds. We will set some aside for use in our sweet potato pie recipes, and we have a baked sweet potato recipe video coming up…

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Raised Bed Garden Update | Fall Raised Bed Gardening People & Blogs Vegetable Gardening 

Raised Bed Garden Update | Fall Raised Bed Gardening

Source: Youtube Raised bed garden update on our fall raised bed gardening efforts here on the homestead. Our cool weather crops are doing well, along with some of our other fall vegetable garden plants that will finish up before our first / last expected frost date. We prefer our fall plants in the raised beds or a container where we we can control the soil amendments better. We use a lot of bone meal / Phosphorus in the fall because it serves as a natural or organic anti-freeze in the…

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Fall Planting Growing Larkspur from Seed Cut Flower Farm Gardening for Beginners Hardy Annual Flower Education Vegetable Gardening 

Fall Planting Growing Larkspur from Seed Cut Flower Farm Gardening for Beginners Hardy Annual Flower

Source: Youtube #gardening #cutflowerfarm #growingflowers I’m not an expert, I’m just some person with a garden. Thanks for visiting the Freshcutky organic gardening channel. This channel focuses on my journey, as I work to build my own cut flower farm. In the garden, I will answer some of the most common “gardening for beginners” type questions I get, including growing flowers from seed. Growing greens and planting beautiful organic food is something I’m really passionate about. Thank you for joining me as I learn to grow flowers, vegetables, and more….

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Growing Sweet Peas – Planting Hardy Annual Flowers Cut Flower Farm Gardening Beginners FRESHCUTKY Education Vegetable Gardening 

Growing Sweet Peas – Planting Hardy Annual Flowers Cut Flower Farm Gardening Beginners FRESHCUTKY

Source: Youtube #gardening #cutflowerfarm #growingflowers I’m not an expert, I’m just some person with a garden. Thanks for visiting the Freshcutky organic gardening channel. This channel focuses on my journey, as I work to build my own cut flower farm. In the garden, I will answer some of the most common “gardening for beginners” type questions I get, including growing flowers from seed. Growing greens and planting beautiful organic food is something I’m really passionate about. Thank you for joining me as I learn to grow flowers, vegetables, and more….

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How To Transplant Broccoli Seedlings | Frugal Gardening People & Blogs Vegetable Gardening 

How To Transplant Broccoli Seedlings | Frugal Gardening

Source: Youtube Today we are going to practice a little frugal gardening and show you how to transplant broccoli seedlings. We started by planting this broccoli from seed in our raised bed garden. Rather than thinning the young plants, we will be transplanting them to one of our other raised beds. We used organic fertilizer and Epsom salt as our only soil amendments. We then used our Hori Hori to separate the seedlings and replant them. Saving money by transplanting rather than purchasing seedlings is and excellent frugal way of…

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Raised Bed Garden | Fall Brassicas | Gaia Gardening Method People & Blogs Vegetable Gardening 

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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