Added by on 2016-09-24

The garden is really coming along this year! The new raised beds are a wonderful addition to the garden and the plants are loving it. We are going to be harvesting stuff today for the first time and it is amazing how much there is! 100% organic, started all from seed, and all heirloom as well. It really makes one feel good to grow their own food. .99 Heirloom Vegetable Seeds: http://www.migardener.com/store ——————————————————————————————- MIgardener Website http://www.MIgardener.com Join the fun on facebook @ http://www.facebook.com/MIgardener +1 me on Google+ @ http://www.google.com/+MIgardener Pin us on Pinterest @ http://www.pinterest.com/MIgardenerYT Follow the fun on twitter @ http://www.twitter.com/MI_Gardener Come tumble with us @ www.MIgardener.tumblr.com Related PostsHuge Carrot Harvest #141 Heirloom Organic Vegetable GardenComplete Walkthrough of This Year’s Hydroponic SetupJuly Container Garden Harvest Update Deer and Possum Organic Vegetable Gardening lettuce seedBountiful Harvest in the Organic Vegetable GardenContainer Garden Update 1 Harvest Layout Varieties Organic Raw Food Vegetable Gardening How to GrowContainer Garden July Update & Harvest Vegetable Gardening Raised Bed How to Plant Grow Seed

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16 Comments

  • Deangelo Mack 1 year ago

    what do you use for a pest control

  • Hanan Safdar 1 year ago

    I always love watching the harvest video. Amazing garden

  • Lessycurls Bennett 1 year ago

    Awesome garden, howe do you keep vine borers and or squash bugs off your squash plants. two years straight. I have had to success growing squash due to the bugs and vine borers.

  • bintlooda 1 year ago

    Do u still have a stant to sell ur excess produce?

  • Theodore Roberts 1 year ago

    Awesome sauce dude. This is an amazing development. Congrats!
    what do you do with all of this harvest though?

  • Clay Hardy 1 year ago

    Any tips on preventing zucchini plants from splitting at the base. Growing huge plants this year down in humid Tennessee.

  • mzadvntr83 1 year ago

    You and your wife have a gorgeous garden! I hope that me and my husband can create a nice one when we own a home someday. I recently started "porch gardening" where we rent, and it is so much fun. Feels so good to grow your own food!

  • Jenifer Fillyaw 1 year ago

    Got my seeds.. Thanks

  • Catherine Vazquez Pinkshu 1 year ago

    Wao! Love it! I live in Florida…but since I moved to near Pensacola my garden isn't doing very well….may be is the humidity. can you wrute down the name of the fertilizer I want to give it a try!

  • Lynn H. 1 year ago

    Great video! Impressive harvest!

  • Sandra Citelly 1 year ago

    Good job…i love your garden is beautiful…!!

  • M. D. Kellogg 1 year ago

    Hello from Texas Luke. I just found your channel recently and have been doing a little binge watching today, and I would like to say that your enthusiasm is infectious. You give really good advice, in a clear and concise manner, and it is so refreshing. Keep up the excellent work. I eagerly await your next video.

  • Tony Munoz 1 year ago

    is perlite like trifecta

  • City to Farm 1 year ago

    Dang! That is a lot of food! We just moved last fall to a new climate and I'm still trying to get the garden going 🙁 So far we only have three fully functioning beds with asparagus and strawberries. The yard came with about 14 huge 16' by 3' beds, but so far those three are the only ones we have ready. Wish we were able to get our stuff together in time to plant as amazing of a garden as you have and we will definitely have to try out that trifecta stuff. Just know you have inspired us to get a move on with our plants and that we are totally jealous of your plants! Hope you're all doing well and having an awesome day! Thank you so much for your content :)

  • Christina Freeman 1 year ago

    Just place a bench anywhere in there and I'll sit for hours just soaking it in.

  • Gabriel Kok Wai Gan 1 year ago

    Beautiful!!! Love the tranquility, and the bountiful harvest