Added by on 2016-07-31

“Growing 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 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 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 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. Realizing, every day is a gift from God, we are seeking to live a more simplistic life but most importantly to appreciate and enjoy life each day. Subscribe to YouTube Channel: Hollis and Nancy’s Homestead Facebook: get the latest updates, alerts, tips and trick! Accept our invitation, come check out our channel, if you like what you see, subscribe (to get the latest episodes) and Like to inspire and encourage us. Become a part of our Homestead family. Also like our Facebook page to get the latest updates, alerts, tips and tricks, but most importantly share in […]

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  • Barbara Rickman 1 year ago

    I have put marigold inside my boxes also and those boxes have WAY fewer bug problems than the area where a lot of my bags are. They have more problems because there are no marigolds in that area. You are right. These smelly flowers DO keep the bugs away. Not all of them of course. But I have very few problems in the area where the flowers are planted. I will use them from now on

  • Mary Anne Folk 1 year ago

    I enjoy watching you two so much! the love you have for each other and gardening brings a smile to my face and a warmth in my heart everyday! my two little 4×8 raised beds can't compare to your garden but your tips will help a bunch.

  • Mary Anne Folk 1 year ago

    I enjoy watching you two so much! the love you have for each other and gardening brings a smile to my face and a warmth in my heart everyday! my two little 4×8 raised beds can't compare to your garden but your tips will help a bunch.

  • kiml1508 1 year ago

    You may have answered this already. If you have I"m sorry for asking again. I see you're using electric fencing. Do you use that to keep out animals or people. Being that your garden is out in the open and not behind a privacy fence, do you have a lot of complaints from neighbors or anyone who tries to mess with it. The last garden I had was in a very urban area but was fenced in and I had a very big dog so nobody really tried to steal anything, though I'm sure if it weren't for the dog they would have.

  • Noel Sowerby 1 year ago

    I am planting Marigolds this year for the first time with my veges to keep away bugs. I am also for the first time planting over 90% of my garden in milk crates which is a really interesting venture.

  • Marcia Tokarchuk 1 year ago

    Hi! First time viewer and I subscribed! Michigan Snow pony sent me, and I'm glad she did! Adding marigolds to the garden now!

  • Carol Blaser 1 year ago

    Hollis, I wish you had an ending showing the garden grown and filled in. I want to see the end result.

  • redwhitentrue 1 year ago

    I love your videos! Why do you think people hate American Christians like us? God bless.

  • Todd Hower 1 year ago

    Another great video. By his hands we are feed, give us lord our daily bread. Thanks for sharing your knowledge and faith with us. God bless

  • Pt0wN973b0iI 1 year ago

    Add lady bugs an red worms!

  • Kaho Fotyfar 1 year ago

    Thank u very much great tips:)bless u as well

  • Allistene Charles 1 year ago

    wow wonderful job

  • Peachyheart Georgia 1 year ago

    I just found your channel and I so enjoyed watching this.Can't wait to go back and see all the other's love that you add a mention of Christ for God is so good to us…tyfs and God Bless

  • jacki comber 1 year ago

    do you grow your own plants from seeds?

  • Theresa Cook 1 year ago

    Beautiful! Love it.

  • Steady As She Goes Homestead 1 year ago

    Looks Purdy!

  • cockeyedhomestead 1 year ago

    Instead of purchasing all of that Black Cow, have you considered composting?

  • olypowerguy 1 year ago

    Good choice on the marigolds.Thanks guys

  • Beth Roe 1 year ago

    Your garden always looks perfectly weed free. How much time do you spend weeding? And do you put anything down, like Preen, to help prevent weeds?

  • Cat Lover 1 year ago

    So pretty!  I did that last year only because that are such pretty flowers.  They grew so well that they hid my tomatoes and peppers and the neighbors would walk by and take pictures!  I was so flattered!