Added by on 2017-06-01

Here we are again and it’s May already! Where does the time go?? We’ve had a particularly dry spring and it’s still dryish – just not very warm yet. But things are looking promising anyway.. 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. (Remember even 5 dollars would make a BIG difference to us and we’d be very grateful.) and finally our FaceBook page (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 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 – DecemberA Year In Our Vegetable Garden – OctoberA Year In Our Vegetable Garden – JanuaryJerry Baker’s Year Round Vegetable Gardening Summer Insect & Disease ControlSnack Recipes – How to Make a Spring Herb Hummus Vegetable GardenMy Favorite Nursery in Phoenix, Arizona for a Vegetable Garden!

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  • DixieGirl9876 9 months ago

    Lovely to see your garden. Ours is a lot later than usual due to so much rain. That hoe is one my favorite (hand) tools for the garden.

  • Steffi Nitsch 9 months ago

    What happened to your german channel?? It seems to be closed!

  • Pascal Mair 9 months ago

    why the german channel is down? :O

  • Homeplace Journal 9 months ago

    You would think I wouldn't have slugs in the desert, but there they are! Not as large as the 1ft+ size slugs I had in Oregon, but still destructive. I go out early morning and 'harvest' slugs for the ducks…win, win…except for the slugs. ; ]
    You have the most perfect homestead Sandra and Tim! There are a bunch of folks that dream of having a place like yours. Not sure they know how much work it is, but I think it's worth it!! Thanks for sharing.

  • Manish Patel 9 months ago

    hi love this all . if you want helping hand please contact me.

  • pferdefan 39 9 months ago

    Hallo ist etwas mit eurem deutschen Kanal. Ich finde ihn nicht mehr. und die Videos sind auch nicht mehr im Verlauf!

  • U.K. Show mice 9 months ago


  • Katherine Richards 9 months ago

    My property came with an old garden and I let what I thought was weeds grow because the flowers were loved by the bees, then I found out its horseradish. I have so much and see how expensive it is , and think if I could sell just some of the harvest it would be nice money

  • wizard-Jade Peters 9 months ago

    i adore ur pup

  • UK Tony 9 months ago

    As everyone has said polygonatum or Solomon's seal. Beware, there is a Solomon's seal saw fly which attacks the leaves. Enjoy your videos and your narration.

  • Dan Grage 9 months ago

    Hello Sandra and Tim. I was wondering about the second rook, the one that wouldn't eat very well. I take it that he didn't make it? And also, why just the one orphan gosling? Did his parents abandon him? Thanks so much for the videos, I think they're the best on YouTube.

  • Clem B 9 months ago

    Lovely garden and flowers! 🙂 ours isn't as grown but we're getting there, and our bees are doing great this year in our little corner of French Brittany. I like watching your videos, it feels like home!

  • andreas papamoiseos 9 months ago


  • U.K. Show mice 9 months ago

    Hi could u plz plz do a video on how to buy a healthy horse plz

  • Kismet Bleu 9 months ago

    That is a Solomon Seal and they are fabulous. You can split them and they are very hardy. I have split mine and have four different clumps(?) and one yo my mother-in-law. I love it. That hoe is pretty cool. Wonder if I can find it on line.

  • Stuart K 9 months ago

    Brilliant, just brilliant.

  • osmith jovikin 9 months ago

    I think that tool might be a mattock