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Prepper Survival Garden techniques that you can use in your everyday garden. Learn which vegetables are best to sustain your family over the winter. For more gardening tips and tricks visit us at www.howtogardenvideos.com. Video Rating: / 5 http://learn-how-to-garden.com Before the hectic sowing and planting of our vegetable gardens begins in March there are plants we can start off now and jobs we need to get done so everything is in place when the soil warms up. Mark Abbott-Compton Ten Minute Gardener Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsFishing Techniques In Bangladesh.Sustainable Homestead Garden Tips – Learn all about Sustainable Homestead Garden TipsLearn All About Garden MumsLearn About Gardening – How to Select a Garden SiteCoffee Grounds in the Garden – Learn about Coffee Grounds in the GardenLearn About Vegetables & Fruits for Children with Dr. Panda Veggie Garden Kids Games

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23 Comments

  • Steven Terry 1 year ago

    I have to disagree. Firstly, you don't know your vegetables. Shame on you. Secondly, you talk about "salad greens that you can make into jellies and such." ARE YOU SERIOUS!?

    I don't mind YouTubers learning their way, but NEVER should you put yourself into an expert position, when you clearly aren't.

    I wish you luck in future endeavors.

    Please thumbs up.

  • Sheds Direct 1 year ago

    In survival gardening, we must be vigilant in regards to the best plants to sustain our everyday needs. Introducing your tips can develop our skills in gardening to be more sustainable. I am thankful for this excellent video!

  • How To Garden Videos 1 year ago

    Hi Sean,

    We use a Canon 5D for all of our new videos. 

  • Paul Tepes 1 year ago

    Got my beans on already! Always start them early.

  • LearnHowToGarden 1 year ago
  • LearnHowToGarden 1 year ago

    Perfect day for planning

  • Linda Casey 1 year ago

    Thank you

  • LearnHowToGarden 1 year ago

    Time to get serious for new season

  • LearnHowToGarden 1 year ago

    It always pays to start with great seeds

  • kevb 1 year ago

    Hey any tips on how to get a head of hair like yours?

  • benjy545 1 year ago

    Sound advice. It's a shame the sound on the video only comes out of one speaker…

  • LearnHowToGarden 1 year ago
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  • LearnHowToGarden 1 year ago

    Awful weather think about Summer

  • LearnHowToGarden 1 year ago

    Hi i did like Dr Carolyn Pink but didnt think it was quite as good as Rose de Berne or Black Seaman in the larger tomatoes but growing it again as they can vary year on year

  • MissFamicom 1 year ago

    Hi, not yet, i will be growing some this year, Dr Carolyn pink was my favorite last year, you mentioned growing them last year, what did you think of them?

  • LearnHowToGarden 1 year ago

    Thanks for input have you grown it ?

  • LearnHowToGarden 1 year ago

    Hi its my destroying of Italian 'Cuor di bue' my other favorites are 'Green Zebra' and 'Rose de Berne' for taste or 'Black Plumb' for sauce links for all are on my web site 

  • MissFamicom 1 year ago

    CUOR DI BUE