Added by on 2020-07-02

Today, I’m talking to you, beginner gardener! You may have a desire to start growing food but feel very overwhelmed at the onset of learning how to garden. So today I’m speaking to those of you who do not have garden experience and assuring you that you CAN grow food and that there are NO stupid questions. Want More Roots & Refuge? Check Out: Our Instagram: Our Facebook: My Infrequently updated blog: My Articles in Do South Magazine: Our Music is by our friend Daniel Smith Email Us: To drop us a line: PO Box 850 Vilonia, AR 72173 You can check out our Amazon Wishlist: ______________________________________________________ Want to Support Our Channel? Shop for our favorite things in our Amazon Storefront- support our channel at no additional cost to you!- Greenstalk Planter: This is an affiliate link, use the code ROOTS10 to receive off: If you would like to financially support our channel and farm, you can shop through our Amazon affiliate link, which will earn us a small commission at no additional cost to you here: Also, sometimes I link Amazon Affiliate links in the description. Shopping from these links supports our channel with a small commission without any additional cost to you! So Thank you for using these links! If you would prefer to give directly to our channel, you can send PayPal here: Thank you so much for believing in us! This film will tell you how to prick out Basil Seedlings but the advice is relevant to all seedlings Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsWhy Raised Garden Beds? | The Benefits of Raised Bed Gardening | Roots and Refuge FarmMaking Money on a Homestead | How a Hobby Farm Can Help Pay For Itself | […]

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  • kato v 1 month ago

    what wonderful advice! thank you for sharing, i had really been struggling with where to start and this really helped <3

  • Sue J 1 month ago

    Thank you for this! So encouraged me.

  • Jeanette Jarvis 1 month ago

    Thank you so much I live in Florida and I planted everything out of season and not enough in season lol but I looked at your video and I'm so happy to listen I just want to go plant some more beans

  • Kimberly York 1 month ago

    I just watched this helpful. I just ate 2 cherry tomatoes that we grew..

  • queenSummerKeli 1 month ago

    Thanks so much!! I love your channel. Your story is like mine but I am still in an apartment but you really encouraged me to not let that stop me! I have a few veggies in pots now and am planning for my August start as well!! So once again..THANK YOU!

  • Escape Babylon 1 month ago

    Loved this. Im almost positive u covered everything i came looking for. Nice job!

  • T0x1cXLuk3 1 month ago

    why does this sound like an ad you would get when looking for a new lawnmower online

  • Edgar Espera 1 month ago

    Why most of the has always 90 percent are all talk why cant they talk and show at the same time

  • Eillianas Crochet 1 month ago

    I have a little area but my lab went trampling through it would u recomend getting the little white fencing so she dosent do it again or do u think that would be a waste of money

  • Jennifer Hancock 1 month ago

    I'm new to your channel and this was the first video I've watched. I appreciate your gentle soul and encouraging words! We've started a garden for the first time this year and have much to learn. I've found myself getting excited when new sprouts come up and then offering them encouragement to keep growing. Thanks for having a place for newbies to learn from! ❤

  • Chuck Lively 1 month ago

    Hi, I'm growing tomatoes and cucumbers in containers. Is it safe to use clean red cedar bedding for animals around the plants for mulch? Thanks in advance

  • Kim Skaggs 1 month ago

    I have a newbie question. Is there a difference between compost & fertilizer? Do they do the same thing?

  • Anubis Amun 1 month ago

    wow. i know this comment looks insignificant, but this video changed my life…. just wow

  • Hugo van Nijnatten 1 month ago

    Jess, you really talk sense. Pity I live in Thailand at about sea level height and the climate is almost to hot to grow anything but rice and chilly peppers. For vegetables we rely on the farmers way up the mountains. I do try tomatoes and stake beans to some success.

  • ShaunDell30 1 month ago

    Hey!! This is my first time on this channel, thank you!! I love love this video, I live in Pine Bluff, AR and I want to start a garden also. I want to grow tomatoes and blackberries because those are my favorite. I have tried growing them before, but it didnt work out too well so this time I am willing to stick with it. THANK YOU again for this video and I hope you all are safe!

  • Brittany Caron 1 month ago

    Radishes are great chopped up raw on tacos, they add crispy-crunchiness and a little kind of spice