Our home vegetable gardening tips and ideas along with a full raised bed garden tour. Let’s talk about some vegetable gardening tips and tricks for beginners and pros alike, a little vegetable gardening 101 while we take a full garden tour. Planting is going well in the raised beds and everything is growing well in our super soil raised bed garden soil mix. We have already done some harvesting. Gardening skills and knowledge are far more valuable than any cheat or hack. We will show you how to succeed from the design of your garden and ideas, to diy garden projects to improve your results. Let’s take a look around, and kick around a few gardening ideas.

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Full Raised Bed Garden Tour | Home Vegetable Gardening Tips And Ideas

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  • singleman

    NICE gardens folks! Small wonder you have such a following. That said, I've been waiting for many months for another "math hound" to correct you on the the size of that round bed. Pi X Radius sqrd = 50 sqr ft. Sorry Mark…~Eli.

  • Clutsy Cora

    First time watching your channel. Picked up quite a few hints today. Thank you for the info and yes I subscribed.

  • Trish Smith

    Great tour of your garden! I have a question and I’m hoping you will be able to answer. I wanted to grow sweet potatoes if I could this year. Our last frost is late April but it really doesn’t start to warm up to 60’s until June. But not knowing much about sweet potatoes I started my slips in January like everyone advised. Well, my slips ended up potted inside the house for 5 months and when I planted them outside they started to bloom! Some of them even had sweet potatoes already forming! Will all of my sweet potatoes be big and woody in another 5 months when fall arrives? Will they just keep on producing and growing after they flower?

  • KissMyGrass Acres

    With the onions, do you plant the bulbs or in bunches? (Hope I used the correct words) The bulbs have hardly worked for me. For example, we planted 120 bulbs and maybe half has came through. I don't know what we are doing wrong.

  • Lori P

    As always, beautiful garden tour!! I'm in Athens, Ga and its been several inches of rain here for most of last week and weekend. More rain forecasted for today and the weekend… but that was the 1st rain we'd had in almost a month. I just love seeing what  y 'all have growing. I look forward to your garden updates and can't wait to see canning videos when things start coming in. When you process the garlic would you do a video if possible, I've considered growing it but I'm not really sure how to store it. Especially how to braid it and pickling it. Thanks, hope you and Tina have a great day.

  • The gardener

    Looking good, Mark! I wish I could say the same around here. lol Those onions look tasty!!
    Question for you… I bought some fruit trees that were on sale. Any advice on planting them for a good start? Would it be best to leave them in their pots until fall? I've got some pears, figs and nectarines so far. Thanks!

  • Lindy Holmes

    What do you two do to keep away the white cabbage moth off the cabbages? Gardens are looking great! We have just started our winter gardens over here in Oz

  • Joyce Britt

    Do you and Tina sell at a farmer's market? Tell Tina that those renegade Tina's make the garden beautiful!

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