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http://GardenFork.TV Eric shows us his vegetable garden and how he starts plants in the spring , and other gardening tips for growing vegetables in your garden. urban homesteading and rural homesteading, learn a few tips in this video. More great gardening info at http://GardenFork.TV © GardenFork Media LLC All Rights Reserved Watch DIY GardenFork Here: http://youtube.com/diygardenfork Twitter: http://twitter.com/gardenforktv Facebook: http://facebook.com/gardenfork Google+: https://plus.google.com/+gardenfork/ Pinterest: http://http://pinterest.com/gardenforktv/ More great DIY, Cooking, Gardening, Home Improvement, Urban Homesteading videos and info on our site: http://GardenFork.TV Produced by GardenFork Media LLC ©2014 all rights reserved All embeds must live link to GardenFork.TV. No Editorial Excerpts without permission, Violators agree to pay ,000 per second + per view + all collections & lawyers fees Music: Happy Hour, Composed by Dale Herr (ASCAP) , Toast Factory Publishing (ASCAP) Recording Licensed from the UniqueTracks Production Music Library Inc. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsVegetable Gardening : Vegetables to Grow in a Summer GardenHow To Grow Vegetables In Winter With A Preppers Winter Vegetable GardenSpring Vegetable Gardening in April with Crazy Texas WeatherVegetable Gardening : Compatible Planting of Garden VegetablesEarly Spring Vegetable Garden TourThe Beginning | Spring Vegetable Garden

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14 Comments

  • AllThings Health 1 year ago

    Thanks for the great content. Awesome to see people exploring how to better themselves .

  • David Rose 1 year ago

    Be careful with the dogs Rhubarb is poison for them. 

  • GardenFork 1 year ago

    we get bumblebees on the chive flowers, i haven't noticed honeybees on them, but i will pay more attention this year, thanks for asking, eric.

  • witchapparatus 1 year ago

    Very interesting! Do the bees like the chive flowers too? I'm kind of obsessed with attracting pollinators. 🙂

  • bakeee 1 year ago

    did u say "show us your behinds, if u have them"

  • skimsk808 1 year ago

    I first started watching your vids around February. Now I have a avocado and plumeria tree a bunch of potatoes, eggplant, tomatoes, numerous herbs… you guys were very inspirational.

  • George Mickatavage 1 year ago

    I really enjoyed this video! Keep up the great work! Woof woof to the doggies! -George in Rye, NY (praying for sunshine)!

  • captainimij 1 year ago

    did you ever hear of permaculture?

  • webcajun 1 year ago

    Enjoyed the video…… Donald

  • loki1200 1 year ago

    Thankyou for the tour. Beautiful garden!
    Very inspiring to see someone make such good use of space.

  • mukwah1111 1 year ago

    Thanks for the tour Eric. Would you like a burger to go with that onion chive? What was the correct answer in the contest and who won? My daughter used to steal my sugar bowl when she was a tiny tot & go out to the rhubarb patch, yank up the rhubarb, dip it in the sugar & eat it . She also pulled out the carrots when they were thinner than pencils & eat them dirt & all ! haha Thanks for triggering the memory. Hostas are so inviting & lush. Thks !!

  • sadia102 1 year ago

    Very enjoyable tour of your garden. Beautiful space. I have only just started out but have in trap crops to attract the pests. parsnip, mustard etc They seem to like asian greens too and leave my other stuff away. have plenty of garlic and chives around and plan on lots of parsley. What will you have in the shade garden?

  • Sixthick66 1 year ago

    very interesting, thanks for the tour 🙂

  • Pimporly 1 year ago

    so cool