Added by on 2017-06-10

“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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  • rosbenz224 6 months ago

    You guys are absolutely inspiring! I love watching your videos and your relationship with god and Mother Earth. Thank you for sharing all your hard work with us. I've only been gardening for a few years now and I was almost set to give it up when I came across your videos. I'm so greatly appreciative of all the tips and tricks I've learned along the way. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. Please give the mrs. a big hug from me and may god continue to bless you both!

  • Paul Taylor 6 months ago

    I have heard about a happy wife is a happy life but not about the wife mother inlaw. That's a good one! Will take note! Thanks for all the valuable tips Hollis & Nancy.

  • Reggie Anglin 6 months ago

    I need to see the prayer if that's okay.

  • Wanda Duckworth 6 months ago

    Loved this !!

  • Todd Blessing 6 months ago

    hollis,that's a great tip,and too funny,about the mother n law,so true,thank you for a good chuckle, S.S.your loyal pennsavaina viewer,happy Easter,

  • Jean Skilling 6 months ago

    couldn't you grow lettuce next to the house?

  • Ricky Pretorius 6 months ago

    Hi my name is Ricky and live in South Africa and i have been watching your channel awesome.

  • Edwin Thompson 6 months ago

    i did have the best mominlaw in gods world Hilda was her name if i was going to chose a second mom she would be the one My father said to me Son chose a wife thats like your mom i did thanks to the Lord now to both are very happy i can tell god be with u both Ed

  • Betty Slawinski 6 months ago

    today's tip mother-in-law?? Really? I love it I love your advice

  • Elizabeth Crawford 6 months ago

    Ha ha ha!!! You are a smart man to keep your wife and mother-in-law happy!

  • Maggie Wallington 6 months ago

    Thanks for great tip about sun , will have to move my garden plans. Thank God i haven't started yet. This is my first real garden, wish me luck and lot's of prayers

  • Connie Simpleng Pinay 6 months ago

    I'm surprised squirrels never tries to eat your tomatoes and other crops. Coz they digged up mine. Even my tulip bulbs that I planted they tried to dig them up good thing there was a cat who decided to live with us lol

  • Portia Holliday 6 months ago

    I had no idea the sun in the winter is Southernmost. I was led to plant my radishes and turnips southernmost, interesting! I love the strings and bricks! I am going to establish permanent beds like you and Nancy did. I learn so much and am so grateful that you two are hooked up to THE source:)

  • Leigh Mashburn 6 months ago

    What is the best cultivator to buy? Thank you. 🙂

  • Tonio Yendis 6 months ago

    Is that black cover bio-degradable?

  • Jay Martin 6 months ago

    Do you still have your chickens?

  • Andrew Lockwood 6 months ago

    You have a very nice garden so far. I mainly grow berry plants myself – lots of raspberry with some blackberry, although I've expanded quite a bit – and then there's the things my mother grows.

  • Jen Dyson 6 months ago

    I bought a bag of bare root strawberries at Walmart and watched a video to learn how to plant them. They're in a container with organic potting soil- I thought I'd did everything but they aren't growing at all- wonder what I did wrong?

  • Rick Shaw 6 months ago

    Great looking garden. You have done a wonderful job starting new. I am very interested in following the progress of your herbs. I want to grow herbs as well. Thanks for the update and keep up the good work.

  • Shannon Robinson 6 months ago

    It's looking great. You've put a load of work into your new area. Have you grown scarlet runner beans before? I always assumed it got too hot too fast. I'm in central California so it gets really hot fast here. I'm trying them this year for first time. The are just starting flowering. Can't wait to see if they manage to fruit. My squash is only at 6 leaf state, but they should grow fast now it's warming up. Our garden is packed full, so I can't plant anything else till I harvest something. It's looking very nice. Maybe you can fit in a small greenhouse to grow your own transplants. It's easier than most people think and can be a whole lot cheaper. I've grown my own stuff from seed for about 10 years now. Everything from onions to tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, herbs, and flowers. My 6ftx 8 ft greenhouse has paid for itself 3x in 10 years. I grow about 4 times what I need and share extras as gifts with friends. It also helps during that need to plant but too early stage in winter. Keep up the great work.

  • mrshomebody 1984 6 months ago

    i just planted brussel sprouts and sunflowers and i live in trlr. park in dallas,tx i have sand and rocks so i dont know if i will get any this yr.

  • Brett Champagne 6 months ago

    Great tour.

  • Jessa Bariuan 6 months ago

    very….nice. garden….i wish to. see some day….texas city…

  • Sandy Sledge 6 months ago

    Your cute lil son is going to grow up with good knowledge and work ethics. More water on him than the garden, lol

  • wonderlucha 6 months ago

    Hi! How did you keep the black cloth down so well? Mine moves with the wind and blows away.

  • priscilla martinez 6 months ago

    I love your garden!!! I live in Grand Prairie, and am very new at gardening. I'm wondering why you have your gardens covered?

  • TheASTrader 6 months ago

    A gardener will always find a way! Looking good! Keep us updated and I really liked your garden and cook recipe type videos too (hint hint).

  • LARK'S GARDENS 6 months ago

    Your son is so darn cute. He was really enjoying the hose. Thanks for sharing your joy. I am anxious to see how your squash and watermelons grow. They are really planted tight. Being in Texas, doesn't the black mulch heat your soil up? I am thinking in early Spring it might be o.k. BUT the summer sun must make the soil hot.

  • Urban Redneck Gardener 6 months ago

    Heck yeah looking good. I'm a big fan of yalls channel. I'm also in Dallas county, go check out my channel if you get a chance