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Learn about the Master Gardeners program and Kentucky gardening from my hosts Angie and Jeana in Part 2 of my Kentucky Road Trip. Watch for the bloopers! Please Subscribe! BECOME A PATRON! Order Botanical Interests seeds at her affiliate link: Music courtesy of Epidemic Sound. Sound editor, Christina Horgan. Subscribe at and download a FREE ebook “10 Steps to a Great First Garden.” “Late Bloomer” follows Kaye’s journey to grow food in her Los Angeles front yard and exists to inspire anyone to grow their own food. Kaye’s Vlog covers tourism, travel, adventure, people, gardens. Kaye shares her interests! Please share with friends and help this channel grow. Comments welcome. Thanks for all your support! – Kaye Join me on your favorite social media sites: @latebloomershow Website: Related PostsPrison Camp Master Gardeners – Growing Kentucky, November 2009Master Gardening: Bud’s New HousePOLYCULTURE Epic Yard Farm | Grafting, Garden Tour | Phoenix, Arizona | Part 3DESERT GARDEN | Phoenix, Arizona | Part 1Doña Ana County Master Gardeners: Gardening in Southern New MexicoMASTER GARDENERS – STRAW BALE GARDENING

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  • Nia Lin 8 months ago

    I haven’t been able to find a master gardener course in my area. I need an online course, which I haven’t found either ☹️. I would love to be able to learn more about growing in this very difficult zone/area. I shall keep looking! I really enjoy your travel vlogs. I’ve been re-watching ones from 2016/2017 & ones I’d missed last year too. It’s fun to “meet” new people, our brothers & sisters across this beautiful nation & around the world! Thanks for giving us such well produced, creative, interesting content! Your videos are always something I look forward to.

  • Deep South Bama with Mr. Tom 8 months ago

    Morning Kaye, well its just turned morning here in Deep South Bama. Somehow I missed this video yesterday. But tonight as I was having a little trouble finding some sleep, I came across it. I have traveled to Kentucky many times in my past as part of my work, it was mostly around the Owenton area. Its just a small town where we had a plant located. It is so beautiful up there,and the people are so friendly. I will say the music was so appropriate, it reminded me of when I was up in their hollers . We sure did have some good times sitting on the porch and listening to a few as they played tunes into the night. Well till next time take care, stay safe out there and God Bless.

    Mr. Tom

  • LOVES DIY 8 months ago

    I self taught myself.

  • Dotty P. Petrosky 8 months ago

    Another great episode-these ladies are awesome in their enthusiasm and knowledge, but still motivated to learn all they can.

  • Patrick Meehan 8 months ago

    Those ladies are better informed than most gardeners. A great video, Kaye. Patrick x.

  • Patti Hayden 8 months ago

    Oh my goodness, these two ladies are so amazing!

  • Ramona Macabugao 8 months ago

    I love it what the lady said you have to fail to become successful . Great info. Thanks for sharing.

  • jack rudden 8 months ago

    this is totally un garden related, but ive always wondered, r u near the coast? do you evacuate during tsunami warnings?

  • Jean Mitchell 8 months ago

    I'm adding another raised bed to my garden, which will be a total of 6 raised beds. I feel such a great need to grow more of my own food. I get so much good information from your videos Kaye, I am grateful for your contribution in helping other gardeners. Thank you! 🙂

  • Angela Burnett-Mero 8 months ago

    Awww, look how good you made us look!!! Thank you thank you. Another wonderful video from Asland.

  • OldAlabamaGardener 8 months ago

    Nice video, can't wait for the next installment. OAG

  • Laurie Hines 8 months ago

    I agree 100% with what these ladies said. We have a deer problem too (as well as raccoon, possum, squirrel…etc) you have to have a fence. We used cattle panels which are easy to work with and easy to move if you need to. I have containers and raised beds….God gives you soil, rain and sun. You just have to plant something. Beautiful background scenery behind that swing!!

  • orlandogreengirl 8 months ago

    Good interview. Couple of nice ladies.

  • Katsuhiro Sakai 8 months ago

    Wondering how tall the anti-deer fences…

  • Anngela Green 8 months ago

    Excellent content and information. Thanks Kaye.

  • Thank you, very interesting, ladies. I am in Kentucky too and appreciate the information, love watching Late Bloomer!

  • Portia Holliday 8 months ago

    I took the Master Composting class in Irving, TX. I left before I could volunteer and get my hours and certification. We got a square plastic coated cow panel composting bin that is made in TX. We just had to put a $20 retainer down for the class. We got it back at the end of the class. Fran White teaches the class and she raises bees. This morning I pulled young Swamp Milkweed plants with eggs bc I learned the wasps are very efficient. They scan the Milkweed plant immediately after the egg hatches. Just like I learned on your Monarch video the wasps want the caterpillars for their young. I have an Ocean Spray jug of young Milkweed plants on my dresser. I saw the mother Monarch lay the eggs. I waited until day (2) to bring them into the house. It takes (3) days for them to hatch so I am ahead of the wasps!

  • Chris Towerton 8 months ago

    These two ladies have pretty well balanced views… nice one 🙂