Added by on 2018-11-28

It’s February already, and things are beginning to speed up a bit in the garden. Already there’s plenty to see – and plenty to do too! Ok, here are some important website links. Please check them out.. Here’s Tim’s amazing guitar machine.. here’s our online store where you can see some of the craft things we make and sell.. and here’s our Patreon page where you can see more of our plans and dreams.. Thanks! 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 @ Don’t steal our stuff! Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsA Year In Our Vegetable Garden – JanuaryA Year In Our Vegetable Garden – NovemberA Year In Our Vegetable Garden – April!A Year In Our Vegetable Garden – AugustA Year In Our Vegetable Garden – MayA Year In Our Vegetable Garden – October

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  • Heena Narzary 3 months ago

    so peace and natural

  • Oliver Luonto 3 months ago

    We only had the first week of full sunny days in Finland, everywhere is still covered with ice and snow. Hopefully, it will be spring soon in two months.

  • Arianne Grace Gamalo 3 months ago

    I want a

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  • Greg Wade 3 months ago

    OK  rub it in,   In Calgary and end of March and things just starting to warm up,   cold frames set up and should be able to start planting in April, with fingers crossed.

  • Raphaela Valente 3 months ago

    Feels just like an episode from Gardners World!! So relaxing to watch!!

  • zachary kovitch 3 months ago

    where are you in Ireland? i'm a permaculture farmer/designer and looking for internships in Ireland as I have ancestors in County Clare. Do you know anyone doing this type of living I could contact? peace.

  • michael Ryan 3 months ago

    Hearing your voice reminds me of home…I am an Irish expat living in Mexico…your holding is wonderful…what part of west Ireland are you in??…my wife has never been but I will be taking her next fall. We have olive trees and fruit trees, we grow our vegetables with hydroponics…the soil here is not productive, but we have been compositing for 6 years…maybe some day! In the mean the hydroponics do the trick….and easier to keep away from the goats and chickens! Cheers

  • InstantWalrusNoodles 3 months ago

    I live in an apartment, so I can't really have a garden, but I do have a porch! Watching this update inspired me to go ahead with my project to build a 3×3 planter box to grow some veggies in, and as of now I've just gotten done sealing the planter with danish oil! I'm so excited to start planting!

  • Viviane Matte 3 months ago

    What a breath of fresh air to see you go! We still have a good 3 feet here in Québec, Canada…

  • Charlie Kain 3 months ago

    So grateful you two make videos. Thank you so much for the neverending stream of inspiration!

  • SamZedd 3 months ago

    Happy Spring to you too Ma'am.

    Yes my Gardens doing exceptionally GREAT!
    All Graces to the Lord!

  • prairie fire bird 3 months ago

    Beautiful! We won't be able to garden for a couple of months yet here in North Dakota near the Canada border. Really looking forward to putting some seeds in soon for transplant starts!

  • clayblackbird 3 months ago

    I love watching your videos! Our daffodils are just beginning to flower as well.

  • Polish Landscaper 3 months ago

    I discover your channel by accident, but your voice is really nice to listen. Your narration building a very nice story …and the Geese… oh! I feel like in my garden! Good luck !

  • Railfan 439 3 months ago

    Reminds me of the old poem:    Mary Mary, quite contrary.    How does your garden grow!    With silver bells, and cockle shells    and one stinkin' petunia!

  • Jan Szymon Gołowacz 3 months ago

    In North-estern Poland snow was still in end of past week… Stil is erly for springs. Our gardes will look like yours maeby in end of March or in April.

  • Scott Baker 3 months ago

    The Pacific Northwest is still getting lots of rain, and chilly temps. About time to start planting the early varieties, tho.