Added by on 2017-04-17

In this video I will be planting out some of my springtime vegetables including lettuce, onions, Radishes, and more. I will be posting part two within the next week or so. Let me know what spring vegetables you most excited to grow this year!. Thanks for watching. Please like, comment , and subscribe! Varieties That I planted Today Bronze D’Amposta onion, Australian Brown onion, German Chamomile, Purple Sprouting broccoli, Big Boston Lettuce, Long Scarlet Radish, Chantenay Red Core carrot, Cosmic Purple Carrot. Follow me: Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsTime to start the Spring Vegetable Garden!The Beginning | Spring Vegetable GardenAmanda Gerber: Backyard Spring Vegetable Gardening in South TexasEarly Spring Vegetable Garden TourTexas Organic Spring Vegetable Garden 2012 Update #4 of 8Vegetable Gardening in spring, how to grow vegetables

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  • Benji Batavia 10 months ago

    Tolles Video.

  • How to be self sufficient 10 months ago

    this was really a beautiful video to watch. Great shots and well edited. Thanks for the joy. Have a marvellous day

  • The Gardening Addict Channel 10 months ago

    Hey Christa, you're really getting into the cool editing shots.. best of luck on you new plantings… T

  • Paul's Back Yard Garden 10 months ago

    A new season begins!

  • Never Enough Dirt 10 months ago

    Good stuff, Christa. I really like the construction of your raised planter. The starters look great. You're sure to get lots of goodies back. Look forward to pt-2

  • BobMels Gardens 10 months ago

    Putting the starts in the ground is a great feeling. Hope your garden does awesome. Best wishes Bob.

  • LARK'S GARDENS 10 months ago

    You have beautiful 'starts'. I bet it feels great working in the soil again. Here in Wisconsin it will be another month before I plant directly in the soil. Thank you for sharing your joy.

  • TheBearded Gardener 10 months ago

    Wishing you a bountiful growing season this year!

  • Charlene Bindernagel 10 months ago

    Great video!

  • Practical Gardener 10 months ago

    Wow, so nice to see you've already started growing stuff in your garden. What variety was your onion? I assumed they are bulbing type. I'm going to plant walla walla onion and yellow of parma (onion bulb) but they are still very tiny, your onion seedlings looked awesome.