Education Vegetable Gardening 

Our Deep-Mulch Vegetable Garden After TWO MONTHS of Complete Neglect

Source: Youtube Consider supporting our channel on Patreon, to help us create more frequent videos. — Paula and I were tied up for much of June and July, meaning that we were often away from home and entirely away from our garden. So in this video, we’d like to quickly show you how our deep mulch garden managed its self during half a summer of complete and utter neglect. No watering or weeding, no pruning or thinning, and no staking or stringing. Just a garden left entirely up to nature,…

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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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People & Blogs Vegetable Gardening 

20 Square Feet Vegetable Garden Challenge – in a raised bed, part 4

Source: Youtube It ´s time to harvest in our 20 Square Feet Vegetable Garden Challenge! Filmed and edited by Filmfabriken – www.filmfabriken.se. Watch the other parts: Part 1: Part 2: Part 3: Read more about the challenge at my blog: Join the 20 Square Feet Gardening Challenge: – Make a 3 ft 3 x 6 ft 7 large growing bed. – Sow leafy greens only. – Keep growing throughout the year, starting in winter. – Weigh the harvest. Sara’s Kitchen Garden is Scandinavia’s most popular blog about gardening and self-sufficiency.…

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