Added by on 2018-07-13

Today we take a quick tour of the house, plus I talk about gardening with kids. And I’m going to get my head operated on, at long last. Jack Broccoli: Garden Hack Summit: David’s books: Get David’s free composting booklet: Compost Your Enemies: The Survival Gardener website: Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsTour of – Here We Grow – Hadley, MA Hydroponic Store (413) 584-FARMChandigarh, Pinjor Garden Educational TourA tour of my organic vegetable garden and the chicken houseShipping container house – Green roof[Electro House] DJ Hydroponic X5 : Lets Get StartedJust Kids Career Day Catering

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  • Mars Ultor 1 month ago

    Nooooo! That's where the aliens implanted the device which makes you so unique. If they remove it you'll start doing boooooooring garden videos.

  • Allan Turpin 1 month ago

    You've trained that dog by feeding it twice. Thanks for the tour. I couldn't really make out the paths… and I don't think it's all okra related. I too would recommend staying out of that brokedown palace. You may survive planting some yams in there, but it'll get ya when you try to harvest.

  • mad jeeper 1 month ago

    I agree, let your children enjoy gardening with you at any expence. Bad spacing and mixed planting will all work itself out and be a lesson for all. David the dad rockin' it.

  • Chip Fyn 1 month ago

    I can't watch a single one of your videos without wishing I were there to help you. The fact is, there are too many plants here in Arizona that depend on me right now. Let me know when your lease runs out and they bring in the bulldozers to destroy your hard work. I would like to give you some land, no strings attached, just to see what you do with it. I could even help you develop it, but that part of the deal is not a firm promise. I get real busy these days. If you use it to continue doing what you love doing, then I would be happy to give you more. Most of my land is tough survivalist territory, so don't get too excited, but I think you would see possibilities that most people would overlook. I'm actually trying to restore places that are not much nicer than your roofless pad, but I love it – more than most would. It's dry here, but we got an old John Deere backhoe and we can catch a heck of a lot of rainwater. That's the name of the game here in this parched land. Today I am voting for you in the manner in which I believe people ought to vote. Folks like you need to be recognized and supported. It's the only way forward that I can see from my vantage point.

  • C.J. Rogers 1 month ago

    Slap on a coat of paint, wash the windows, maybe a new welcome mat…you've got you one righteous abode, bruh!

    Stihl = Steel (schteel in German)

    Cucumber Castle?

    David the Dream Crusher!
    (Somebody's got to do it.)

    You're in my prayers, my friend.

  • Joseph Seeley 1 month ago

    That house looks like a great place to grow some tetanus. Hope the surgery goes well, rooting for you!

  • donna flores 1 month ago

    Prayers for you and the surgery. I was wondering, do you know how long you will have this land to garden? I have tried using cayenne pepper powder to keep the animals away. It helps but it's not 100% effective.

  • Matthew kizziah 1 month ago

    I tried dog food under a hydrangea and my dogs dug it up and ate the food from underneath.

  • DeAnna 1 month ago

    Good luck with your surgery. We will be praying for you. God bless

  • The Grateful Gardner 1 month ago

    At 3:02 I'm seeing a bed frame that might be used as a trellis?

  • CJ Martin 1 month ago

    Do you have any concerns about heavy metal toxicity in this soil, or are you trying to become Magneto?

  • Hollands Pine Haven 1 month ago

    I would try moving you burn spot around to help clear those vines. I did this last spring and it has worked great here..

  • Pablo Koh 1 month ago

    Is a Gar the fish with the alligator mouth?

  • timingisperfect 1 month ago

    David I have not been able to keep up with you for a few weeks and I'm catching up but I haven't the foggiest idea where you are living & gardening, and this land.

    I know you are in a mysterious equatorial country (I am not smart enough to figure out which one yet!) and last I remember you were moving out of your lovely home with attached garden for better internet – an apartment in town.

    Did you buy this plot or get a lease on it? I feel like I have watched you start over so many times, you deserve somewhere you can stay.

    What's the annual rainfall where you are? How did your food weight board turn out? It was so impressive – I hope you start it up again! Miss those bananas. Also, do you get strong winds or microbursts that blow everything over?

  • Christopher C 1 month ago

    bot fly removal?

  • Michele Sànchez 1 month ago

    Take a little time to recuperate…we will understand.

  • James Livingston 1 month ago

    Thank you David! I'm the old guy you talked about…Lol! But it's true. You're right about teaching kids.

  • luckychicav 1 month ago

    You are right the house just needs a little bit of work, like the iron you found and going to fix. 😉 Lol!! I saw some headboards or something in the house that you could use as trellises. David, prayers and best wishes for a great outcome from your surgery. 🙂

  • Nathan GardenFawkes 1 month ago

    Jack Broccoli got my vote dude, hope his head doesn't swell to 🙂