Added by on 2016-04-20 The 2nd harvest of the year, but by far the largest one this year. Many more harvests to come, and so many more things will be ripening up! FOLLOW US! WEBSITE: FACEBOOK: INSTAGRAM: TWITTER: TUMBLR: G+: .99 Heirloom Vegetable Seeds: ——————————————————————————————- MIgardener Website Join the fun on facebook @ +1 me on Google+ @ Pin us on Pinterest @ Follow the fun on twitter @ Come tumble with us @ Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsMrMehster – Dreamcatcher (Hydrophonics.wav Remix)Miami Gardens Police Department Running Man Challenge -Miami RemixTECTA BRING ME BACK TO LIFE (REMIX)TECTA REMIXGarden tips – Wood Ash 101Huge Harvest & Complete Walkthrough of The 100% Organic Vegetable Garden

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  • Erika Mendonça 1 year ago


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  • DrExtuz 1 year ago

    from what is the speech? :D

  • RÈNALDAS 1 year ago

    wow, just amazing…

  • Norey Beck 1 year ago

    you should start your own small market hut considering how much produce your collecting. Unless you wan't to post it all to me? Lol I love beet's!

  • E O'Neill 1 year ago

    Want a little tip. On cropping your cabbages if you score the stem after harvest into four you may get some little mini cabbages .

  • Reaching 1 year ago

    great harvest, i would be juicing the extra greens constantly

  • Marius Hampu 1 year ago
    Learn how to live a healthy, happy life…about home -made remedies, etc… Really AWESOME information, you have nothing to lose, check it out!!!

  • L Lewis 1 year ago

    you need to have an organic veggie market stand. charge lower then the stores.

  • terri williams 1 year ago

    Soooo very amazing and inspiring! Thank you!

  • motojustin4 1 year ago

    New to the channel. Love it.. Not newest to garden scene but love always learning.. Have you tried adding any humic or fulvic acid into your waterings.. You will add more carbon and allow more nutrients to be uptaked.. I have a feeling you will love it if you use every week or few weeks.. Cheap and allows a lot more nutrients to be in a ready state.

  • earth 1 year ago

    I use Ad Block Plus, but thanks anyway :)

  • Dylon Redman 1 year ago

    can I grow Swiss chard and kale in texas

  • jocelyn barriga 1 year ago

    That squash not zucchini

  • hope crews 1 year ago

    frozen pesros, can use almost any herb for it, change it up and freeze them!

  • hope crews 1 year ago

    those lovely beets are gorgeous! what variety are the little red ones?

  • hope crews 1 year ago

    STUFF A couple blossoms  a with herbed goat cheese coat in a  bit of panko+ cornstarch and shallow fry. yum! so glad you also share, I share at church and also with my local food pantry, they can always use more.

  • Flyfly Bee 1 year ago

    I love your garden, wish mine was like that. We don't have the same weather in England though, you can't do much without a greenhouse.
    I do try growing a few things like potatoes, tomatoes, mint, radish and this year I've attempted garlic too!
    Let's see how it goes! 

  • Kallie 1 year ago

    Is this a community garden or your own personal garden?

  • Elena R 1 year ago

    I love putting chopped kale in potatoe leek soup. It gives the soup great texture and lots of nutrients.

  • Home Chef Art 1 year ago

    Great job!

  • meghna murthy 1 year ago

    AMAZING !!

  • Renei Nozan Haichi 1 year ago

    ooh what a nice garden!!!!! Someday, I will make my own garden with lots of vegetable plants!

  • Lanchoooo 1 year ago

    Have you thought of doing rabbit raising? They would absolutely love the swiss chard and then you would have a very healthy meat source….. and you can use the manure to replenish the nutrients to your garden…. Win Win.