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Today we planted our Walking Onions and our garlic seed..we also broke up and spread out our second year asparagus roots! Related PostsPerennial Vegetable Gardening DVD TrailerTropical Perennial Vegetable Gardening in HawaiiContainer Gardening For Beginners — Perennial FruitsHarvesting Onions, Potatoes, Garlic, Shallots, Tomatoes in the Organic Vegetable GardenPlanting Onion Seed – Oct 2011 – The Vegetable GardenThe Results of Sheet Mulching A Vegetable Garden

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20 Comments

  • Brianna Collins 1 year ago

    Hi Mrs V,,,,, Have you ever planted any artichoke plants? I just bought some seeds and Iam getting ready to start them indoors to plant in the spring. I've tried to start seeds in the past with no luck,,,,,, any tips? And another thing,,,, have you heard of asparagus beans? They grow between 14- 30 inches and are supposed to be a vigorous growing plant with crisp, tender and delicious beans. Excited about growing this new veggie!

  • FortyAcre Prep 1 year ago

    Just planted 240 one year old asparagus crowns this past spring. They took very nicely in soil that was well amended with peat moss and composted cow manure. Planted them in ten inch wide trenches about 18 inches apart.
    My last asparagus bed of 36 crowns yielded asparagus that was 1.5 inches in diameter and sweet as candy. Didn't mulch them one winter and sure enough, the deep freeze killed off most of them, but a few are still producing 17yrs later.

  • maybeeme 1 year ago

    Keep those videos coming! :)

  • lu h 1 year ago

    you have a wonderful hubby.

  • thundercloud47 1 year ago

    Mrs. Volfie, In the fall when the green berrries on your asparagus turn orange, and start to dry out, harvest them.  With in each of those little circular berries you'll fine up to 5 seeds, that can be planted to start even more asparagus for your family.   Mrs. Tc

  • Jamie Elf 1 year ago

    how exciting Mrs. V!!! I'm looking forward to seeing it next year when all of those lovelies get settled  :)

  • nohotpotbetty 1 year ago

    Thus far my perennials consist of Rhubarb – yes it is a vegetable 🙂 – chives and asparagus. It would be niice to get some of those onions, too. I will have to make a note of the kind they are and see if I can find some next year. Thanks for this video, Mrs Volfie. (and of course the Mr Volfie)

  • DixieGirl9876 1 year ago

    A great recycle job there and a garden that will keep on giving.

  • brat46 1 year ago

    I couldn't tell but what do you have to keep the raised dirt from the foundation of the building? 

  • Charlotte Hughes 1 year ago

    Fantastic! I really look forward to watching your videos here in the uk. Thank you xx

  • GrenadeChick99 1 year ago

    Sounds like Tom wants your undivided attention! ;)

  • Cin Rose 1 year ago

    Your tattoo made your vids not kid friendly. 🙁 Thank you for making them, though.

  • homesteadinarental 1 year ago

    This is our goal as well   I want a perennial herb garden as well,  any suggestions?  Scooter sends his love 

  • Willows Garden 1 year ago

    What a nice big perennial bed, papa did an excellent job on it. Your homestead is coming right along Bev, great addition! Take care and God Bless!

  • Susan Bordian 1 year ago

    I was looking at your tools, the fork, the spade, the rake, and I realized that in a thousand years the basic designs of them has not changed. They're just made out of slightly better stuff.

  • CheapskateGardener 1 year ago

    everything looks great bev :)

  • Maleesa Paradis 1 year ago

    That is a great idea! Thanks for sharing.

  • Joe Serrano 1 year ago

    Perennial garden looking COOL, between Poppa Volfie and you, ya all make a GREAT Team!!! Thumbs up Mrs. V!! :)

  • pquarles1 1 year ago

    Looks great Bev!!

  • marshall reagan 1 year ago

    Enjoy all that you can grow. My  brother that is 2 years older than I am was removing the supers full of honey  Monday when he died of a massive heart attack. he had removed 23 supers of honey ,loaded it on his truck & was putting the lids back on when he died .it was close to 90 degrees  that afternoon.  he was always growing more than he needed & gave it away.