Added by on 2018-11-29

It’s beginning to get very exciting in the garden : – ) Ok, here are some important website links. Please check them out.. Here’s Tim’s amazing guitar machine.. http://www.chordelia.com here’s our online store where you can see some of the craft things we make and sell.. http://www.wayoutwestemporium.com/ and here’s our Patreon page where you can see more of our plans and dreams. (Remember even 5 dollars would make a BIG difference to us and we’d be very grateful.) https://www.patreon.com/user?u=2761318&ty=h and finally our FaceBook page https://www.facebook.com/way.outwest.524/ (Not quite sure what to do with this but we put photos and extra comments when we get around to it..) Thank you! Sandra & Tim blowinblog@gmail.com Copyright WayOutWest. All rights reserved. Please share if you like, but don’t copy or use without permission. Just get in touch via email blowinblog @ gmail.com Don’t steal our stuff! Related PostsA Year In Our Vegetable Garden – MayA Year In Our Vegetable Garden – AugustA Year In Our Vegetable Garden – NovemberA Year In Our Vegetable Garden – OctoberA Year In Our Vegetable Garden – DecemberA Year In Our Vegetable Garden – February

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18 Comments

  • scott miller 1 week ago

    I too eagerly await the swallows each spring….it just doesn't seem complete without them.

  • Tom Angle 1 week ago

    You have such good looking dirt. All we have is red clay that nothing seems to like, well except the weeds.

  • Laura M. 1 week ago

    Hello from Rockaway Park, New York. Love your soil is so fertile!!! I guess I all the composted manure from the farm. I call it black gold. I do compost and I've chickens and use their poop in the compost and later on, on the garden. I see your onions grow nicely from onion sets, I tried the same but my onions are very small. Do you have a hint to help the growth? I do not know what I'm doing wrong. Thanks. Blessings, Laura M

  • len eriv`z 1 week ago

    wow

  • Davethenewyorker 1 week ago

    I am going to watch and like every single video you post. Love from New York!

  • Alicia Bobadilla 1 week ago

    Hi!! way out west blow in!

  • Caroline Södergren 1 week ago

    Can I ask you what you do with all the mint plants? Only tea? I have LOADS and they're spreading like… weed 🙂

  • Van Niels 1 week ago

    Thanks for identifying all the flowers. I love that! Such knowledge you have to share. Both of you guys!

  • Grammy Vulture 1 week ago

    Yum! Yes please, I would love some.

  • Alistair Barley 1 week ago

    Hi Tim & Sandra, fantastic video- garden looks blooming lovely… would be interested to know how much of your day to day food you manage to produce, I am sure its changes from season to season but do you find you are largely self sufficient on veg? Thanks for sharing

  • andreas papamoiseos 1 week ago

    HELLO FRIENDS,I AM SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT THAT, MY WIFE THOUGHT THAT MIGHT BE A GOOD IDEA.THANKS FOR REPLYING, [BY THE WAY SEND US LOTS OF RAIN FROM IRELAND AND WE WILL SEND YOU SUNSHINE.] WISHING YOU ALL THE BEST.

  • andreas papamoiseos 1 week ago

    HELLO, VERY PRETTY, HOW ABOUT PLANTING A FEW OLIVE TREES SO YOU CAN HAVE FRESH OLIVE OIL, ORANGE TREES. LEMON TREES.,,GREETINGS FROM CYPRUS.

  • Ambergris 1 week ago

    Beware of the mint ! If it thrives, it creates an invisible rhizome net, and the next season (or after you cut it), it grows bigger than when you left it ! It really is invasive.

  • Amanda Shih 1 week ago

    Dear Sandra, yesterday while mowing the field I was caught in a very cold downpour. Just as I was feeling rather cranky and shivery, I was suddenly joined by two barn swallows who seemed to make a game of swooping around my mower no matter where I went. Their joy was contagious and I was soon reminded of your comment about anticipating the return of the swallows. These were the first that I have seen since we moved to Kentucky last July. I hope many more will follow! I so appreciate your channel!

  • Mark Doherty 1 week ago

    do you not shoot and eat the rabbits

  • Cayarl 1 week ago

    Just found this channel , very relaxing to watch, you have a real gem of a place. its a serious dream of mine to own a farm/house in the countryside, i grew up like that and despise city life. Just a bit concerned how im gonna make it work with growing things since its still snowing here in northern sweden haha.

  • luricious 1 week ago

    My husband and I just bought a house on an acreage. We've been watching your videos for a while now and just love them. You have inspired us in many ways, and we're excited to develop our plot of land!
    This video was lovely to watch after a long, stressful week at work 🙂

  • Godshole 1 week ago

    🙂