Added by on 2017-10-25

“Growing and Cooking your own food is like printing your own money.”  Ron  Finley  We provide knowledge, tools and tips to help you and your family to have fun, easy, successful gardens, making it affordable for every family to eat delicious and healthier foods. On December 27, 2014, Nancy was diagnosed with colon cancer and having been blessed to be healed, we felt called to encourage and inspire families to get healthier throughout the world. We feel privilege and honored, to be called upon to empower, teach and inspire you and your family to create your own homestead (even in the city).  Our channel is focus on successful gardening, which is to produce healthier abundant harvest, healthy cooking and homesteading.  We  incorporate the most important part of organic gardening, to make the harvest healthier, by (using Non-GMO seeds and plants, and being careful to avoid pesticides and herbicides).  We also use modern products and tools to make gardening  fun, easy, affordable, convenient,  abundant, and quick.  Hollis loves and enjoys, gardening since he was 8 years old. He inherited the love of gardening from his granddad,  who had a 300 acre farm in Georgia and in the past own a large successful landscaping business for over 7 years.   Since being a child, Nancy has always love to cook and create foods to make her family happy. In the past, Nancy has managed and cooked in a Oriental restaurant, in which her mother own, and also worked in the past as a cook in a Italian restaurant. Now, Nancy love to create foods, from the garden to the table, that makes everyone happy and healthier families through the world. Realizing, every day is a gift from God, we are seeking to live a more simplistic life but most importantly to appreciate […]

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11 Comments

  • Creative wood worker 1 month ago

    Thanks for sharing your knowledge! We are all blessed with great knowledge in this United States! I hope to be as good of a urban farmer as you folks.

  • Al Jacobson 1 month ago

    No problems with putting cole leaves all over the garden as compost? I'm glad if it works for you. I was taught you had to be on a 4 year cycle for cole crop rotation. No root maggots?

  • James Yarbrough 1 month ago

    Thanks for the video. I just have a couple questions. How do you check ph and whether or not it needs fertilizer? Would it be beneficial to cover it for the winter? Would it be beneficial to cover raised beds for winter?

    Thanks so much!

  • Cheryl Pemberton 1 month ago

    Sorry to be negative, but this is nothing new; I have seen others doing this for 50 – 60 years, as have I. Please, post something worthwhile, something new; this is a BIG WASTE OF TIME!

  • Benja's Uber 1337 Hobby 1 month ago

    I love to see how you are reusing containers that would normally just get thrown out! Keep up the good work 🙂

  • Mundi Garden 1 month ago

    cool,like

  • Horta em Baldes e Pomar 1 month ago

    passando e deixando um like bonito e merecido…adorei…

  • Silence 1 month ago

    Wow!! this is a great way to recycle old containers. It's so green and beautiful. Thanks for the tips. Keep it up. 🙂

  • Elza Lima 1 month ago

    que lindo! adorei

  • Catalin Oancea 1 month ago

    Super! Great work!

  • Aparecida Duarte 1 month ago

    AMEI MUITO LEGAL.