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Square Foot Gardening Book Review | Learn Raised Bed Gardening Planner in a Box Education Vegetable Gardening 

Square Foot Gardening Book Review | Learn Raised Bed Gardening Planner in a Box

Source: Youtube Square Foot Gardening book review where you will learn all the methods of planning a raised bed garden. You will learn about how the book can help you and see an inside look at the book. Check out the book here: The Square Foot Gardening Book was written by Mel Bartholomew. It is an excellent addition to beginner gardeners references. This raised bed method uses simple vegetable gardening techniques to teach you how to garden successfully. You will learn raised bed gardening soil mixes, plant spacing, and growing…

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Preparing for Spring: February Garden To-Do Howto & Style Vegetable Gardening 

Preparing for Spring: February Garden To-Do

Source: Youtube The weather in February outside may still be wintry, bet there is still plenty you can do to stay connected to the garden and prepare for Spring. Topics Include: 7 Tools for the Garden Clean-up and Planting in Vegetable Garden Getting Ready for Asparagus DIY Soil Mix Preparing Raised Beds for Planting Cutting Ornamental Grass Want more Allen? Allen’s Official Website: Facebook: Instagram: Pinterest: Twitter:

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Cold Weather Gardening: Root Vegetables (Beets, Carrots, Radishes, Turnips and More! People & Blogs Vegetable Gardening 

Cold Weather Gardening: Root Vegetables (Beets, Carrots, Radishes, Turnips and More!

Source: Youtube You do not have to wait until your area’s last chance of frost to garden. There are many hardy vegetables that are tolerant of hard frosts and freezes. These vegetables include lettuces, kale, spinach, broccoli, brussel’s sprouts, cauliflower, beets, carrots, radishes, snap peas, chard, turnips and so much more! This video is the second video of a multi-part series of cold-tolerant plants that can be grown in and even seeded during winter time in many areas across the country. This video will focus mostly on root vegetables like…

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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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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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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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Why Raised Garden Beds Are Better! People & Blogs Vegetable Gardening 

Why Raised Garden Beds Are Better!

Source: Youtube In this video, I explain why 4 years ago I made the switch to vegetable gardening in raised garden beds and never looked back. I give my top 5 reasons for gardening in raised beds exclusively.

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Ginger Welsh Allotments #060 – Vegetable garden update end of July 2018 Howto & Style Vegetable Gardening 

Ginger Welsh Allotments #060 – Vegetable garden update end of July 2018

Source: Youtube In this video Bethan updates you on how things are growing in her allotment garden. Bethan has had her allotment for three years. She took over the plot in November 2014 and although trying briefly in 2015 to plant and harvest a few things she wasn’t very organised. In February 2017 she discovered no-dig gardening and since then has been slowly turning her giant allotment into a no-dig system. As she has two young children time is against her and she is hoping that through no-digging she can…

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Beet Harvest From Our Raised Bed Garden | Harvesting Beets People & Blogs Vegetable Gardening 

Beet Harvest From Our Raised Bed Garden | Harvesting Beets

Source: Youtube Today’s beet harvest from our raised bed garden. Harvesting beets from our raised beds puts us one step closer to canning pickled beets tomorrow for pickled beets and eggs. Recipe to be included in our follow up video. We grow our beets in garden soil amended with bone meal which is a good source of phosphorus for root crops. We use no additional fertilizer on those beds, and the main soil amendment or component is peat moss. All parts of a beet are edible, including the greens. Ours…

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