Added by on 2019-08-17

Join us for an incredible organic garden summer harvest from the vegetable garden grocery store and a few surprises along the way! This is why we grow our own food – so we can step outside our back door and pick fresh, tasty, organic vegetables and fruits to share with those we love! My new book: Organic Gardening for Everyone: Homegrown Vegetables Made Easy – release date, December 10. Pre-order now at Watch more garden videos: The Rusted Garden: Support our channel when you shop through the following links – much appreciated! – CaliKim & CameraGuy SEEDS CaliKim Garden & Home: CONTAINERS CaliKim 5 gallon and purple Smart Pots mini raised bed: Smart Pots: fabric containers & raised beds 10% off with code “calikim” SOIL & FERTILIZER Good Dirt: indoor and outdoor potting mix, soil conditioner (for garden beds), plant food 10% off with code “calikim10” Vermisterra: Worm castings, Worm tea 10% off with code “calikim” RELATED VIDEOS: How to Make a Super Sturdy Trellis: How to Make an Easy, Inexpensive Raised Bed for Less than : FREE growing guide “Grow 3 Vegetables in 6 Weeks”:  MY DIGITAL BOOKS -eBook “Growing 5 Warm Weather Vegetables Made Easy” -Garden Coloring Book WHERE TO FIND ME: Seed & Garden Shop: Instagram: Facebook Page: Gardening Coast2Coast Facebook Group: Pinterest: FOR BUSINESS INQUIRIES: Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsAbundant First HARVEST From The Organic Vegetable Garden 2018 | LucasGrowsBestBountiful Second HARVEST From the Organic Vegetable Garden 2018 | LucasGrowsBestContainer Garden Summer Update #4 Harvest Raw Food Vegetable GardeningGrow a Better Organic Garden with Products from a Hydroponics StoreOrganic Backyard Vegetable Garden Tour – Summer TimeHuge Harvest & Complete Walkthrough of The 100% Organic Vegetable Garden

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  • CaliKim29 Garden & Home DIY 10 months ago

    What are you harvesting from your garden grocery store?
    Pre-order my new book: Organic Gardening for Everyone: Homegrown Vegetables Made Easy (release date December 10) at
    CaliKim Seed Collections and CaliKim Smart Pots:
    Smart Pots containers (excluding CK Smart Pots): 10% off w/ code “calikim” at
    Vermisterra Worm Castings, Worm Tea: 10% off w/ code “calikim” at
    Thanks for watching!

  • angie callahan 10 months ago

    You should get a drum like Roots and refuge? love it. So we can see your yard.

  • 1Martemil 10 months ago

    Hello, I was hoping someone could give me some help on how to grow my sage!
    I purchased the Garden-in-a-Can type, and have 4 shoots. I have it placed on a windowsill that gets plenty of sunlight, but I'm worried about the brown tips and tiny leaves that it has.
    What can I change so that the leaves are nice and big and ready to be harvested?

  • misstrcarter 10 months ago

    Slice the okra into disks and saute with onion, tomato, bell peppers, garlic, pepper flakes, salt and pepper. Serve over rice. The best comfort food ever.

  • Carley Smith 10 months ago

    I'm so sorry the grapes didn't turn out. I wish I knew what to say. The grape farmers over here put plastic over the vines. I don't know why or the timing for that. Plus I see those shiny, metallic ribbons they tie near the plants to help ward off wildlife. Great harvest! It is time for me to get back to it!

  • Sharon Godbout 10 months ago

    At 6:37 Are those orange cosmos? So Pretty as a backdrop! That purple beauty pepper IS a beauty! What a great harvest! Thank you for taking us along! 🙂 Great vidiography….. Jerry someone is after your job! LOL

  • Veronika Sladekova 10 months ago

    Okra can be eaten like asparagus or green bean, just put in hot salted water and eat as a side dish. If you don't like the taste you can cut it in any stew or goulash dish for thickening to avoid flour.

  • Michele 10 months ago

    Excited when i saw this video.

  • Arum Wiji 10 months ago

    It's nice to see both of you in front of camera.. lovely couple ❤

  • Midsouth Homestead 10 months ago

    I make Mock Apple Pickles from the oversized CUCUMBERS! They are made with red hots candy and cinnamon. Thanks for your video! Rhonda

  • Shivani Kalra 10 months ago

    You can grill okra with spices n onions we add green chillies here in India make sure to cook properly

  • RAM KUMAR 10 months ago

    For okra fertilizer, I soak peanut cake for 3 days in water and pour it near the roots. It produces vigorous growth and much bigger okras . It grows much taller by providing additional npk boost from peanut meal.

  • Great Job Guys! great satisfaction from growing your own!
    try different varieties on the grapes – Concord – Northern king have wonderful flavor- ours love sandy loam soil wood mulch azomite infrequent watering weak fish and seaweed every few weeks and hot afternoon sun – ours face SW – 4th year but this year we have phyloxaera aphids 🙁 so we will see what happens
    nice job on the berries blessings and aloha Kim and hubby great work!

  • Jeff Cook 10 months ago

    The best blackberry's hide under the leaves

  • Jackie Horsley 10 months ago

    Wow Kim what and amazing harvest I am harvesting okra tomatoes and cucumbers even pepper,s I even mad a cucumber and tomato salad already that,s to bad about your grapes I was hoping you would be able to harvest them well maybe next year I have always had problems growing summer squash I have tried and tried the vine borer gets my plants every year by the way I like to put okra in vegetable stir fry recipes well take care talk to you later

  • Carolyn 10 months ago

    Maybe the grapes need to be where the blackberries are .

  • Penny Bush 10 months ago

    I'm in Michigan and have Bunnies, squirrels, birds, opposum. I use Bird Netting over my entire garden and hold it down with bricks otherwise; everything gets ate before I can pick em.

  • BEARFRUIT GARDENING 10 months ago

    The size of this red okra is perfect! If it gets a little bigger than that the red tends to be ok, but if you grow the green okra and it gets bigger than this it will taste woody….i love okra picked, fried, and raw! Slice it in pieces as big as the width of your little finger and eat it up!

  • Hawnhart 10 months ago

    I’m growing 7 tomato plants & 10 Green Bell Pepper plants. I started my Bell Pepper plants from seeds.