Added by on 2017-11-12

Enjoy tasty, homegrown vegetables on your patio or balcony. Several creative and inspiring ideas in this video. CREDITS: Music: « With a Whimper » by Josh Woodward https://www.joshwoodward.com/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ What started out as a simple organic garden to grow some veggies for us this winter, has turned out to be one massive job. After getting the neighbour’s tractor in with a rotor tiller to turn in the mushroom compost & lime and to orginally break up the sod, and then again to turn in a load of sand. I discovered that there was so many rocks in the soil that the rotor tiller didn’t get deep enough into the soil, on average 4 inches. I had to revert back in time and do it the old fashion way with a shovel, finally after 4 1 /2 days of solid digging (40 hours) I got the tractor back to rotor till it again. I will post a video of what it looks like once I have it planted, the soil turned out perfect like walking on air now. Also the stone pile is freaking huge now! Related PostsBalcony Vegetable Garden Ideas for ApartmentsBalcony container vegetable garden May 2012DIY Balcony vertical garden ideasSmall vegetable garden ideasplastic Bottles Beautiful vegetable Garden ideas43 Front Yard Vegetable Garden Design Ideas

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20 Comments

  • Captain Jack 1 week ago

    Looks like a ROCK Garden to me, I sure don't envy you that job of removing and disposing of all those rocks.

    Sure hope you find something useful to make out of them.

  • Tijagbea Tijagbea 1 week ago

    Permaculture

  • Tijagbea Tijagbea 1 week ago

    You should never till the ground. Tilling kills the soil

    Soil & Diverse Cover Crops with Ray Archuleta & David Brandt

    https://youtu.be/nNMdWnfjs8s

  • Sonny Cannon 1 week ago

    CAN YOU TELL ME WHERE YOU'RE LOCATED, CITY OR TOWN IS ENOUGH FOR ME PLEASE! I USED TO LIVE UP ON LONG ISLAND, NEW YORK, AND I HAD SIMILAR ISSUES WITH STONE AND ROCK IN TERRIFIC AMOUNTS!!! HOPE YOU CAN MESSAGE ME BACK WHEN YOU CAN! CHEERS!!!

  • HealthSupercharger 1 week ago

    are you saying that a 6hp rototiller is no good for ground with rocks??

  • TurtleTorials 1 week ago

    Well you say that's hard, me and my family have to use a hand hoe to loosen up the soil and get rid of the rocks, which is like, hell. But I still have fun 🙂 That's what gardening is all about 😉

  • Stephens channel 1 week ago

    rock pile= awesome fire pit

  • Stoney Ridge Farmer 1 week ago

    good to see someone else has a ton of rocks on his homestead, check out stoneyridgefarmer. I'm using pigs and horse/cow manure to cover my spot that's full of rocks. We have some similar interest you should check out the page.

  • Garden Chef 1 week ago

    That's a lot of work , well done .

  • This Babybee 1 week ago

    It all looks so different without the duckies! So long ago…

  • Jay Shriver 1 week ago

    I'm here looking for an alternative to spading hundreds of square feet of soil for a new bed and what do I find; one pair of hands spading hundreds of square feet of soil! I hope this isn't some kind of sign.

  • Bill Kimp 1 week ago

    You did a lot of work…I hope your growing effort is sucessful

  • BayAreaNation - #UnitedWeStand #StrengthInNumbers 1 week ago

    I came back to this video just to see how different everything looks from before you raised ducks, looks so different!

  • Malachi Mabson 1 week ago

    Danm those rocks are big lol.

  • Betty Dixon 1 week ago

    after watching the series of video for the whole year. I order seeds in Jan 1, 2015 well the just got here today Feb 17th. They were not mailed which they told me. After several phone calls again they came today. HAPPY I was to get them. I open the bag that was empty. a big piece of tape with  US Customs written on it. There was a letter enclosed that said that there were some things missing to allow it to come to the US… ALL seed were confiscated and it says Prohibited Material removed and Destroyed reason were Material not authorized to entry   and Phyto-sanitary certificate is missing. So if you are ordering from this GREAT seed company from the US , DONT.  I am sad!

  • josé Pires 1 week ago

    hello from Portugal. Congratulations for your vídeos.

    You don't have weeds?
    I'm also making my bio-agricultural project .

    Bye
    José Pires

  • Outrjs 1 week ago

    That's a lot of rocks! Looking good so far.

  • ELDK2008 1 week ago

    Very cool. Do you know any cheats? I'm unable to dig so, I was thinking I might box in an area, fill it with compost and bagged soil and grow things there this year that might send out deep roots and break up some of the soil with less work. Do you think it will work?  Either that or I can buy a rototiller. 🙂

  • 50 Ducks In A Hot Tub 1 week ago

    @crsbt

    I'm Canadian and yes we have a good size yard, not as big as I want one day soon I'm going to have a real farm.

    We ended up getting 1,400lbs of food on our first attempt growing Heirloom Organic Veggies.

    If you watch my series of the garden you can see the whole season, check out my channel page for the playlist.

  • crsbt 1 week ago

    you americans have such alot of space,,although i wouldnt want to dig that lol.
    looks really nice there and your garden im sure will be great.
    happy digging sir.