Added by on 2018-03-04

There is no better way to get back to nature than to create a backyard garden. What’s better than connecting to nature through food!!! Gardening is good for you in so many ways, fresh air and exercise, the enjoyable kind of exercise, not the boring kind a gym offers. There is a kind of peacefulness in the garden and it spreads and grows in you. The solitude is very healthy and is the best way to control stress. Gardens are creative in so many ways because you get to design and choose many things in your garden. What food you will grow, what you will grow it in, clay pots, wooden planters, or whatever you come up with, also the layout of your garden is all up to you, so let your imagination run wild. I could go on and on. I get very excited about all that. Let’s get started! Step one is choosing the best spot for your garden. You want a spot that gets a lot of sun, a spot that it sunny most of the day. Here is how to decide. Go out in your yard at 10 am and walk around and notice which spots get the morning sun. Then go out again at 2 pm and look around and see if the same spot that was in the sun at 10am is still in the sun. Ok, one more trip out to the yard at 4pm to see which spot gets the sun at 10, 2, and 4. That will be a great spot for your garden. It is a very, very good idea to have a fence around your garden. You will soon notice that everything and everyone is drawn to your little paradise and a fence will protect it and keep the […]

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18 Comments

  • Furqan Qureshi 4 months ago

    First video from you and I fall in love with your vids.

  • Connor Pearce 4 months ago

    you are the best

  • Connor Pearce 4 months ago

    you are the best

  • Pardee in the garden 4 months ago

    You are such a pleasure to watch! This was my first video and definitely not my last!

  • Connor Pearce 4 months ago

    im gona cry

  • Connor Pearce 4 months ago

    pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeez reply

  • Connor Pearce 4 months ago

    just reply

  • tanya stolp 4 months ago

    Do you have deer in your yard? I'm trying to build an affordable garden fence, to keep the deer out. I have about 12 deer that come around frequently.

  • Connor Pearce 4 months ago

    im wating

  • Connor Pearce 4 months ago

    im wating

  • Connor Pearce 4 months ago

    im wating

  • Connor Pearce 4 months ago

    i have a dog that eats birds i want chickens but im sceard she will eat the chickens eny thinc i kood do

  • Eric Edwards 4 months ago

    Do a vlog at the feed store

  • Kristie Bulla 4 months ago

    Becky, thank you for another great video! You've inspired me to move my dynamic duck duo into my garden this year! Could you please tell me about your post hole digger? It looks so much nicer than the one I have!! I'd love to get the brand and/or where it came from. Thank you so much for everything you do!

  • S. Barger 4 months ago

    Ahh, I want Indian Runner ducks.

  • beauty king 4 months ago

    Read this . After laying how many eggs can does a lay before sitting on them? / my hn is new hampshire red breed

  • Jashim Ahmed 4 months ago

    Which town do you live? Please reply.

  • Susan DeSantell 4 months ago

    Becky, you're the best! Your easy-going [yet informative!] nature makes me smile! Please keep saying, "Let's Goooooo!" 🙂 P.S. I am starting my first ever veggie garden this spring–so, these videos are immensely helpful! We are out in WI though, so lots to learn with all of the cold weather elements to factor in here! Here's to SPRING and flourishing gardens!