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Learn how plants grow with Dawn, Edward and Cathy-Judy as all of them enjoy the results of Dawn’s accidental garden. Click here to subscribe for more: https://goo.gl/rzcLNB Dawn, the pygmy Hippopotamus, and Edward the dog, explore their everyday environments and learn about the natural world around them. Dawn enthusiastically investigates anything, while Edward approaches the world more methodically – wanting to know what the result will be before they even start. Every episode features a “Paws”, lead by Edward, where he pauses the action and asks the audience a direct question regarding today’s concept, which allows the children at home to predict how the situation will go. Check out our channel for more educational content for your kids! Watch our step-by-step film showing how to grow and harvest carrots, with expert advice and top tips to help you complete the job with confidence. Visit the official B&Q YouTube channel. Here you’ll find the ideas and know-how you need to make your home improvement dream a reality: http://www.youtube.com/bandq Need a helping hand with your DIY project? We’re always uploading new films, so whatever your project, we’re here to support you 24/7. Subscribe today so you don’t miss out. http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=bandq Please read the video disclaimer before undertaking tasks in this film: http://www.diy.com/videodisclaimer For more advice go to http://www.diy.com/advice To shop at B&Q go to http://www.diy.com Join the B&Q Club for exclusive offers: http://www.diy.com/club Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/bandq Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bandq Be inspired on Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/bandq Find ideas on Houzz: http://www.houzz.co.uk/pro/bandq/ Our B&Q You Can Do It Book is available in-store. This complete step-by-step book of home improvement is the ultimate tool for successful home maintenance and makeovers, making those DIY projects easier with many useful guides and tips. Related PostsGood Project For Kids Is Gardening How To Do Which […]

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19 Comments

  • gracie gordon 1 year ago

    I haven't found organic matter to encourage forking. In fact, I have found it to be a lot better environment for them to prosper.

  • Karen Cole 1 year ago

    Thank you Mates, twas a joy to hear and see you teaching me bout carrots.

  • Rhiane Persaud 1 year ago

    Are there carrot flys in Canada?

  • NuttaPearl 1 year ago

    How about replant the carrots you thinned out, instead of throwing/burning them? Is that possible?

  • Harry Kemp 1 year ago

    you made my carrot rise quicker than usually 😉 , dm me

  • ImNotScottySnow 1 year ago

    Good video, just one question. Much water does just one carrot need? In cups that is, THANKS!

  • J Doe 1 year ago

    Do they make seeds? I fo so how do you get them?

  • Lethal Syndicate 1 year ago

    I was supposed to make a carrot pun, but no one would "carrot" all………. I'll be here all week .

  • Lashawn Cook 1 year ago

    . K

  • debian Stark 1 year ago

    wht if i left my container suspended in the air above 3 feet of the ground? will i still get the carrot fly?

  • Teddy Mack 1 year ago

    Very Nice

  • Mohd Haikal Mohd Nashuha 1 year ago

    Shut up and take my subscribe!

  • joshloversts 1 year ago

    i may have missed it in the video but when should i plant the carrots? as how well do they grow in Florida?

  • Debbie Hauser 1 year ago

    Thank you for this wonderful how-to series.  It's very encouraging.  I will try to grow my own!  Your videos are very well done.

  • Chandrabali Sattir 1 year ago

    I love carrots. x

  • Gittl G. 1 year ago

    Don't you take of the green tops to store carrots?

  • Robert Stark 1 year ago

    I like your video guys but I have a problem, last time I tried to grow carrots the greens of them got about an inch and a half tall and then fell over and died a couple days later what do I need to do to get him to keep growing?

  • judith wise 1 year ago

    can't you compost the thinnings?  I have an enclosed composter that spins to mix…

  • rohin rocks 1 year ago