This video covers 3 easy and simple methods I am using in the vegetable garden this growing season to effective double the growing space of specific areas of the garden. All three methods are working fantastically and I want to share them with you so you can begin implementing them in your kitchen garden. Nothing in more rewarding than growing our own food, and if we can squeeze in extra than that is always a bonus, some techniques make little improvements but this video is about the techniques that make noticeable impacts to the productivity of your vegetable garden.
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Great! I have learned many things from your videos
I'm curious to know why you say a gardener's dream is a walled garden? Is it because of wind-breaking benefits?
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I love your channel. Do you have a video specifically on that bed you took your kale starts out of for the "kale year round" video. Trying to explain to my hubby what I want. That struck me as perfect for my needs.
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I'm a new subscriber and wow you have a beautiful garden
Huw… Huw… where are you??
So the ink from Newspapers isn't bad for you then??
Thank you for making this video and sharing with the world!
the garden is so beautiful
I'm from Vietnamese
This is a really great video, really inspiring and some great info. Your enthusiasm is really amazing. Thanks so much for sharing this.
Really great tips. And also, can every farmer be as good looking at Huw?