Added by on 2017-03-22

Our garden changes completely as the year goes around, and we thought you might like to see it. January is perhaps the quietest month – so we’ll start here. We hope you like it.. 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 Vegetable garden fence ideas Related PostsA Year In Our Vegetable Garden – MayA Year In Our Vegetable Garden – OctoberCrop Rotation in the Vegetable Garden – January 2014Jerry Baker’s Year Round Vegetable Gardening Summer Insect & Disease ControlHow to Plan a Bigger, Better Garden – Easy Vegetable Garden PlanningMy January Tower Garden

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  • mayka dizon 7 months ago

    Hi! how are your fishes on your pond? hope they're growing well.

  • sheryl napier 7 months ago

    You are making me pine for spring. I can't wait

  • kevin tulak 7 months ago

    Thank you for sharing, it is nice to see a garden in the early state as I have the itch. WHere I am in B.C. Canada I still have a foot of snow on my garden and it is minus 18.

  • Pablo Ayres Vial 7 months ago

    No wonder why they call Ireland the "emerald isle", everything is so green!
    Lovely piece of land you've got there, greetings from Uruguay.

  • Mamie Colburn 7 months ago

    I was surprised to see what looked like rhododendron blooming. We have that here in the mountains of North Carolina but it doesn't bloom until May or June. Thank you for your calm and informative videos!

  • Zooboo Blotsky 7 months ago

    Wo in Deutschland?

  • Zooboo Blotsky 7 months ago

    Is it true that you have Palm Trees on the west coast of Ireland?  My dad use to go to the shore and get seashells… bring them  home…and then hammer them until powder and then add to the garden.

  • nyc0053 7 months ago

    =] This thought will not stop. I want to send you a rubber mallet. Okay?

  • Jaqualin Pennyman 7 months ago

    Good luck to everyone gardening this year and to those who are thinking about it JUST DO IT

  • allan egleston 7 months ago


  • Mauro Trovatelli 7 months ago

    ciao è sempre un piacere guardare i vostri video.

  • Ruby Gray 7 months ago

    Gorgeous! I love your garden videos.
    Amazing how bunnies love leeks. I think they are indestructible. Leave them until you think they are dead, pull them up, and they will have many fat bulbs at the base. Plant these again, and they will be full size leeks in no time. One of the very best value veggies to grow!

  • 1975Jdonov 7 months ago

    Do you guys get dandelions over in your part of the world. They are usually the first greens I can harvest after winter. I will pull most of last year's out to make dandelion root coffee in early spring as well.

  • Valerie Beaver 7 months ago

    horses looked longingly after you they wanted to help

  • nyc0053 7 months ago

    So relaxing. Thank you for this piece of peace.

  • joe crachemontange 7 months ago

    your lucky , this morning i was cutting wood in five feet of snow.

  • Henrik H V 7 months ago

    maybe you should get a mono rail for the manure;-) Einfach Tim fragen 🙂

  • Pintofmilk 7 months ago

    christy moore has a lovely song called"the gardener" this video reminded me of the song.
    Its written by a man named Paul Doran.." the gardener rises with the sun he knows theres work to be done ..and the reason for every season"

  • Graham R Dyer 7 months ago

    Its good to see the spring on its way and you getting on with it.

  • Martha Anderson 7 months ago

    Ahh so lovely. Fun to hear the Robin singing. You are slightly more temperate than we here in Seattle. Still having some chilly days and nights thanks to La Nina. Hear Tree Frogs peeping this week and the Song Sparrows are tuning up at sunrise