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I change over the summer vegetable garden, clean and prepare the raised bed, and plant a nice selection of fall vegetable seeds include lettuces, carrots, turnips and radishes. This video is sponsored by Park Seed which is one of America’s oldest and largest mail-order seed and plant companies. Visit the Park Seed website for all of your seed and gardening needs: Here’s a description of what we planted with the product # provided by Park Seed: 5184 Lettuce Master Chef Blend 5182 Lettuce Green Towers 5464 Turnip White Lady 52557 Radish Roxanne 52627 Carrot Rainbow Blend Check out the complete description of each vegetable we planted and some additional photos: Facebook: Website: Instagram: Ebay Store: Apparel Sponosor: Mountain Khakis About Mountain Khakis Rugged. Authentic. Reliable. Timeless. What started as a casual conversation at the Shady Lady Saloon in Jackson Hole, WY has become a top-performing mountain-inspired lifestyle apparel brand. Established in 2003, Mountain Khakis quickly became a staple in the wardrobe of everyone from ranch hands to golf pros, those who travel by jet, as well as those who travel by thumb. The Mountain Khakis brand story continues to resonate as it connects to the enthusiast who believes that freedom and rugged adventure is a way of life. Join the conversation @MountainKhakis and Live Life Untucked, #WorkHardPlayHarder Related PostsWhat to Plant in your Fall Vegetable Garden & Planting Seeds from the Garden!Beginners Vegetable Gardening : Garden Seed Planting GuideMittleider Garden Update: Albert & Irene’s Fall GardenStarting a Fall Vegetable Garden“Tower Garden Planting” by Epic GardeningWhy Grow a Fall Organic Vegetable Garden?

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  • Joel Franco 1 year ago

    Jon hello, greetings from Paysandu-Uruguay, I admire your work and keep all your publications

  • Peter Hennessey 1 year ago

    I like to avoid hose/tap water when it comes to watering… less chlorine and other chemicals.
    FoxFarm and PROmix are good soil options as well… MiracleGRO is full of harmful chemicals.
    A worm farm could be a cool new project for your "organic" farming. You'd be amazed at the quality of the soil with the worm castings and the "worm juice" you can make for the watering will be like a natural steroid for your entire garden.
    If you have to use hose/tap water, let it sit for a couple days in a 5 gallon bucket or other storage container to allow the chlorine and whatnot to evaporate before application.
    All in all though, I really enjoy tuning in to your channel and seeing all the cool stuff you are up to! Keep up the great work!

  • Mopardude 1 year ago

    Is this video from a while back or fairly recent? You can get some decent growing in before it gets to cold?

  • Bob Thomas 1 year ago

    Really Jon, is there anything you don't do well? Terrific job, keep the video's coming. Thanks for all the hard work!

  • Stephen Fyffe 1 year ago

    Thanks Jon for all the work you put in the videos! How well do the boxes seem to be holding up with the wood sides and screen bottoms? Does the screen carry the weight ok?

  • corrosive72 1 year ago

    Great video. how long is the soil good for in these planter box's or can you just keep same soil every yr and just add fertilizer to it

  • Ken Leppek 1 year ago

    Never thought of a fall garden.

  • Perry Moyses 1 year ago

    Nice video Jon.  You got me energized.  Spring just starting down here in Australia so definitely time to get back into the garden.  Did you play and record your own music backing track to the video?

  • ☼ Heirloom reviews ☼ 1 year ago

    i like that planter box!! great idea!! ~!~

  • MRrwmac 1 year ago

    I know nothing about vegetable gardens but would be interested so I could tell my wife and we may start above ground gardening. When you say winter garden, may I ask when you expect its final harvest?

  • LogrusUK 1 year ago

    Top work. A lot of people don't realise that many food plants can be grown year round. Nice.

  • Albano Mathias 1 year ago

    As always well organized. Congratulations, but I want to see after grow … ok ?.

  • xBeau Gaming 1 year ago

    Awesome, looks like I'll be picking up some seeds 😀  Thanks Jon!!

  • Barry Kaufman 1 year ago

    could you get dirty on occasion? Maybe sweat here and there?

  • Chuck P 1 year ago

    Jon; Great job. Can you comment on the composition of your raised bed soil mix? Pearlite, Vermiculite?

  • Steve Collins 1 year ago

    I was telling my son last week about when I was young you saw a seed catalog at almost every house. I don't see them much anymore.

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  • Jonathon George 1 year ago

    How often do you turn your soil, and is there an easy way to test it and find out what nutrients you need to me returning to the soil? I am not much of a green thumb, but I can usually get some tomatoes out of my garden, but this year they were… not great. Thanks for the video.