Added by on 2019-09-28

Today Ezra and I are working in the kid’s garden, and I’m sharing some thoughts with you about nurturing inclination in your gardening children. 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 ______________________________________________________ Want to Support Our Channel? Shop for our favorite things in our Amazon Storefront- support our channel at no additional cost to you!- To Send Us Something from our Amazon Wishlist: Greenstalk Planter: This is an affiliate link, use the code ROOTS10 to receive off: Become a Wholesale member with an Essential Oils Kit: To Learn More About Joining my Essential Oil Team: 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: Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsGrowing Gardeners (Raising Kids in the Garden) | VLOG | Roots and RefugeGrowing Gardeners (Raising Kids in the Garden) | VLOG | Roots and RefugePlanting the Kids Garden (and My Favorite Breakfast) | VLOG | Roots and Refuge$7 Kiddie Pool Raised Garden Bed | CHEAP Container Garden Ideas | Roots and RefugeDear First Time Gardener, You CAN Grow Food | How To Start Gardening | Roots and Refuge FarmWhy Raised Garden […]

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  • Sikder Diamond 9 months ago

    good heart touching content

  • Rachel Hall 9 months ago

    Ezra’s face when you are explaining that you have to pull(kill) up some plants so the rest will thrive… I feel his pain. Gardening will teach great life lessons. Wheat from chaff territory… I love your gentle explanation of why you have to do what you have to do.

  • Maeleigh Moon 9 months ago

    I'm 33 weeks pregnant with my first, I cannot wait to share my love of gardening with my kiddo <3 Thank you so much for this video. I'm so excited. Your kids' garden is absolutely beautiful, I'm so inspired.

  • Patrice's Projects 9 months ago

    Excellent advice and suggestions. I have a brother and a sister. All of us were welcome in my parents garden. I don't remember if we were ever told we had to do any work, but I can remember helping to pull weeds at 3 or 4 years old. When we moved to California when I was almost 5 we didn't garden for a few years, until we bought a house with a big yard. I remember watching my father till, break open, and spread, bags of peat moss and manure. Sprinkle on fertilizer and create rows and hills. Even before a single plant or seed went in, I was hooked. My brother and sister watched the tilling, and maybe some of the other stuff, but it wasn't "their thing". I think that my father gardened because his father farmed… And my mother loved gardening. She loved growing anything, like I do. She didn't let me do a lot in the garden, but she taught me some, and I watched.

  • Kait Huffman 9 months ago

    I love how shy he is but hes trying to get out of his box. Beautiful inspiring family jess ♡

  • Liz Piccione-Volger 9 months ago

    Sooo Sweeet! Thanks Ezra!

  • Mark Wilson 9 months ago

    The kids did a good job then ! ! !

  • Beth y Durbin 9 months ago

    Glad you recognize that not all the kids want to garden. And you encourage what they do want to do. Hugs

  • Di Garcia 9 months ago

    After continuing watching I see my question answered.

  • Di Garcia 9 months ago

    Rather then sacrificing and killing plants could you take them up and repot elsewhere? I love your gentle kind instruction to your beautiful children!

  • bethany santillan 9 months ago

    I am totally borrowing your "You can do hard things" saying!! My 4 year girl is just like Ben.

  • Samantha - DropChickMicroFarm 9 months ago

    Jess & Miah – your children are so wonderful. Great job, Ezra!

  • Leah Casady 9 months ago

    Where do you find your Baccto soil?

  • roannavm 9 months ago

    Great job Ezra. Can’t wait for your next garden Tour. You were awesome!!!

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  • Danielle Day 9 months ago

    If we want food growing in every green space to be the norm, starting with our kids is how to do it <3

  • Kids And Stuff 9 months ago

    Great video.