Added by on 2018-01-30

Freezing temperatures don’t stop us from harvesting nutritious fresh produce from our garden. Please join me as I gather today’s harvest in mid-December. If you shop on Amazon, you can support OYR simply by clicking this link (bookmark it too) before shopping: Highlights: 0:50 Red Swiss Chard 1:05 Arctic Winter Lettuce 1:33 Merlot Lettuce 1:40 Starbor Kale 2:05 Merlot & Red Romaine Lettuce 3:11 Fordhook Giant Swiss Chard 3:47 Mache 3:54 Oscar! 4:19 Oscar! 4:42 Purple Curly Kale 4:54 Green Curly Kale 4:59 Arctic Winter Lettuce 5:11 Perpetual Spinach 5:24 Merlot Lettuce 6:12 Red Kitten Spinach 6:58 Why I harvest most vulnerable plants first 7:28 Mustard Greens & Georgia Collard Greens 7:42 Final Harvest 7:58 Sante Fe Salad Sante Fe Salad recipe: Vegetarian Santa Fe Salad with fresh greens and onions from the garden.Ingredients:tortilla chipscornblack… Posted by One Yard Revolution on Saturday, 6 June 2015 I’m passionate about an approach to organic gardening that is frugal, easy, sustainable, and works with nature to achieve amazing results. My videos will help you grow more healthy organic fruits and vegetables, while working less and saving money. I don’t push gardening products. I don’t hype bogus “garden secrets”. I provide evidence based strategies to help you grow a lot of food on a little land without spending much or working harder than you have to! Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsSeptember Vegetable Garden Harvest (2018): Local Food At Its Best!Big October Vegetable Garden Harvest (2018): Local Food At Its Best!Container Garden Summer Update #4 Harvest Raw Food Vegetable GardeningContainer Garden Update 1 Harvest Layout Varieties Organic Raw Food Vegetable Gardening How to GrowSurvival Skills: Grow a Vegetable Garden in the forest, The Best Food to survivalContainer Garden Harvest & Update #2 vegetable gardening plant raw food

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  • michael cramer 1 year ago

    I was wondering where you get your seed. some of the varieties you mention I can not find.

  • Garden All Plants 1 year ago

    Nice harvest, how big is your garden?

  • Vaun Dinger 1 year ago

    Zone 5 too, in Maine, waiting for the thaw

  • Allen G 1 year ago

    you sure you're zone 5? I'm zone 6a and get snow in November lasting till march! Also, when did you plant the red lettuce? And, do you make annuals like lettuce, spinach, and kale perennial through winter protection? I didn't know you could do that, wouldn't you have to keep scraping snow of hoop houses for them to get light?

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  • Nendria nendria 1 year ago

    Today I harvested my first ever winter salad harvest from my mini hoophouse!! And I really want to thank You Patrick (and Oscar, of course), because your videos have not only inspired me but also gave really practical and good advice how to go about it. Till I came accross yoir channel I would not have thought it possible to grow greens in zone 5 in Canada. Also your video on the books you relied on helped tremendously: I bow my head to Mr E.Coleman! Honestly thank you so much for your videos.

  • Primitive Organic Garden 1 year ago

    W0W, all of that looks pristine and delicious! I absolutely love the mini hoop house on hinges, that was so cool. This was one of the most comprehensive videos on cold-hardy greens I have seen! It is so great that you are in zone 5 and garden year round, I have a hard time convincing people in my zone 8/9 area that they can garden in winter! 😛 Great video!

  • Sue Gilmore 1 year ago

    I saw some Arctic King lettuce at Territorial Seeds.

  • onebigkahuna69 1 year ago

    Is it true that stressed plants have more antioxidents than non stressed plants.?

  • Andrew Lockwood 1 year ago

    Some useful tips, if I ever use green houses.

  • Do you have a video on your hoop green house? It looks so easy to use…..just lift one side and enjoy the harvest. I live in zone 8. Will this little green house work ok? And when do you plant your winter veggies? Can I start with seeds?

  • senozetski 1 year ago

    I am from Slovenia, I live close to the Alps. I protect plants all the time. In your videos I see some new ways how to do that. Thank you also for info in 'highlights'. I will try to get some of these varieties of plants for the next season. Best regards from here! Aida

  • conecturs 1 year ago

    Thanks for the list!

  • Eleanor O'Connor 1 year ago

    I never know when to start my seeds for winter harvest time seems to get away from me, I enjoy looking at your great winter harvest then wish I had some winter crops growing

  • Eleanor O'Connor 1 year ago

    what month do you start your seeds for a winter crop everything looks so healthy

  • sudha selvakumar 1 year ago

    Hi Patrick, all your videos are amazing. I now follow most of your tips in my garden (uk). this winter I have loads of artichokes to harvest all winter long. I had never thought of winter harvest earlier.
    Have u tried growing cucamelon? It's prolific producer and great taste in salads.

  • Henry Little 1 year ago

    Great video Patrick. I have a suggestion for a future video…how do you store/organize your seed packets? I (and I imagine others) would be curious to see how you do it…unless of course it's a big mess. : )

  • John Wakamatsu 1 year ago

    The winter garden looks great! I now see temperatures in the low 40Fs where I live and can still harvest fruits. I can also see orchid flowers in the garden. I realize that you can grow plants throughout the year with careful planning. I thank you for all of your great videos.

  • Ssupermom12000 1 year ago

    i live in zone 5 Vermont and never thought about using double plastic covers to extend my harvest. That is a great idea. Thanks for sharing. I was beginning to wonder where Oscar was, then he decided to show himself for a second. Was he camera shy today?