Added by on 2018-09-21

My Australian Small Space Summer Vegetable Garden This is my summer garden growing on the mid north coast of Australia. It’s the last month of summer here and the garden had a major setback from a heavy hail storm on January 1st 2018. However it came back stronger than ever,,but it may mean that some of the plants such as the Cucumbers won’t have as many fruits to harvest,,as I had to start all over again. I hope you enjoyed the tips, tour and updates from the garden. If you’re new to my show and you would like to learn more about Growing Fresh Food Fast in Urban Places & Small Spaces please consider subscribing to my channel. SUBSCRIBE https://goo.gl/TrhWxt SEEDS & RECOMMENDED PRODUCTS FOR YOUR SMALL SPACE GARDEN https://www.amazon.com/shop/martysgarden MY WORM FARM EBOOK http://martysgarden.com.au/worm-farming-ebook/ ORGANIC POTTING MIX 4.5 STARS http://amzn.to/2yJfKh8 WORM FARM STARTER KIT http://amzn.to/2yK8XDL COMPOSTING WORMS 4.5 STARS https://goo.gl/DznQH6 THE LIQUID FERTILIZER I USE http://amzn.to/2hwpUuF MICROGREENS SEEDS http://amzn.to/2hue8AF Microgreens Kit http://amzn.to/2yJGRbU MINI GREENHOUSE VERTICAL MICROGREEN SHELVES http://amzn.to/2zmQ762 Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsGrow a Vertical Vegetable Garden in a Small Space with Hog Wire FencingHow to start an EASY vegetable garden! (Small Space Square Foot Garden)Small space vegetable gardening – A series about maximizing your space effectivelyVertical Gardening Made Easy – Small Space Vegetable GardenVertical Gardening Made Easy – Small Space Vegetable GardenHOME GROWN An Australian Vegetable Garden

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11 Comments

  • Augustus Supremum 3 weeks ago

    What kind of soil do you have there? Here in Florida, it's basically sand.

  • Rev John O'Toole 3 weeks ago

    nice garden, another snow storm last night will it ever stop!

  • Carol Ann 3 weeks ago

    Can you grown macadamia in a pot? I’m trying to keep as much as possible in pots because I may move in the next couple of years. Can you cover what trees can be grown in pots please.

  • Woody's Allotment and Homebrew Channel 3 weeks ago

    Such an awesome variety of plants you're growing there Marty. Top update my friend.
    Kind regards.
    Woody

  • Bumble Bee Junction 3 weeks ago

    Great Update Mr Marty ! And always a pleasure to see young Ms Karin ! With summer wrapping up, I'm looking forward to what you have in store for between-the-seasons ! Thanks for sharing !

  • Straw Bale Gardening Australia 3 weeks ago

    wow love the lemon myrtle

  • Aj's allotment 3 weeks ago

    Thanks for a look at what you have going

  • Hydroponic Gardening & More with Brent 3 weeks ago

    Red Amaranth is a beautiful plant. I am interested in your baby-leaf stuff. Great vid Marty.

  • Angela U 3 weeks ago

    Thanks Marty another great video – love that rain; don't remember when we had any here in Adelaide : (

    Re microgreens : I have some lovely tiny basil leaves growing and rocket (I don't care much for rocket so I might harvest them whilst they're very young). I haven't had a very good track record growing basil (they keep getting eaten and I don't use poisons in my garden – man made) plants but as I want these as micros or maybe baby leaf how long shall I let them grow?

    Sorry for being so longwinded but one more question : ) Do the seeds have to be specifically for microgreens or small leaf or can I use up some seeds that I still have and it's too late to plant out to grow full size plants?

  • Mr Eighty Twenty 3 weeks ago

    Good one mate….

  • RestAwhile Y'all 3 weeks ago

    That Nasturtium plant was hiding below the parsley so it looked like the flower was growing on the parsley.
    For a split second there I was very excited with the possibility that you've created a new variety of parsley!!!! hehe