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New channel 🙂 New to HuwsNursery? 🙂 My name is Huw Richards, I live in Wales, UK and I am a teenager who loves vegetable gardening. Unusual right? I love to teach people around the world about growing their own food organically and my end goal is to get as many children as possible to have the experience of growing food which I believe is one of the most important things a child could learn. If you’re new to HuwsNursery then please hit that subscribe button (and also notifications) so you can learn more about growing your own food inexpensively 🙂 Instagram: huws_nursery Let’s chat on Snapchat: huwsnursery Love my videos? Become a supporter Facebook page: Subscribe to our newsletter with updates and exclusive content: Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsAn Idea to Help you Find Land for Vegetable GardeningWinter Tour of My Vegetable Garden, part 4 – Malabar SpinachWinter Tour of My Vegetable Garden, part 3 – Moringa TreePreparing Soil For Planting An Organic Vegetable GardenPreparing Vegetable Garden Bed with Compost & AmendmentsHow To Grow Vegetables In Winter With A Preppers Winter Vegetable Garden

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  • Stacey lee 1 month ago

    Wow your garden is amazing! I am so envious. Enjoy it!

  • Sean Lemaster 1 month ago

    cover crops for overwinter.

  • Elie Vezzoni 1 month ago

    Love your videos and absolutely adore your Welch accent! You’re such a natural, likeable character, who should be gracing our tv screens presenting horticulture programs. Don’t understand why the BBC haven’t snapped you up yet!!

  • Jake Dorset 1 month ago

    My boyfriend and I love watching your videos. Especially whilst settling down with the Marshall’s catalogue. You are fast becoming a gay icon Huw; The Sexy Gardener perhaps. Thank you so much for all your content.

  • Don't you save your nasturtium seeds ??

  • Steve Trythall 1 month ago

    Lot o syniadau gwych – a hwb i fi i fynd allan a paratoi’r tir ar gyfer y gaeaf

  • Sasha G 1 month ago

    I'm doing pretty much what you are doing – pull weeds, mulching, taking down the last bean poles, adding things to the compost pile and compost to the soil. I'm also prepping a few more spots to have more beds by the time Spring comes, sowing a few more broccoli, cauliflower, chinese cabbage, portuguese kale (can't wait to have the almost fully grown ones for Christmas 😀 ), leeks and radishes. Still have to separate my green globe artichokes, build a new smaller glasshouse for a few of my mums plants, remove chicken manure from the chicken coop and can't forget to stake my peas (maybe I'll try using pea netting this year) . 🙂

    Love the video and seeing how hard you work to keep everything going.

  • exlowcarber 1 month ago

    you amaze me every video! your parents must be so proud!

  • Nick's Allotment Diary 1 month ago

    Hi Huw, good tidy up. I’ve been pulling up my bean canes and planting out Broad beans. Take care. Nick

  • Lesley French 1 month ago

    I love watching your videos. You give a lot of information thats easy to follow and I can't think for the life of me who in their right mind would give you a thumbs down. Shame on them. Keep up the good work and thank you for sharing x x

  • 50 shades of green 1 month ago

    great winter prep !!

  • Anita Walters 1 month ago

    Something to think about, I heard that if you cut off and leave the roots in the ground is good for the soil.

  • Coastal Patios 1 1 month ago

    The fence you took out of the pea bed – would love to see a video tutorial on how to make one of those, or just on climbing frames in general. At the moment I'm thinking about training my cucumbers to grow vertically (Springtime here in NZ). Thanks Huw

  • Kieran Daly 1 month ago

    Ver y productive allotment

  • Henz Kee 1 month ago

    Can you make a video how you start your seedlings and your greenhouse please

  • mewendy1 1 month ago

    Lovely place. Makes me want to visit Wales even more than I already do.

  • Rose M 1 month ago

    I just want to say I really enjoyed your video, how much land do you have, ???

  • Susan Mandeville 1 month ago

    Love the sheep in the field behind you. What a neat and tidy garden you have!

  • Gloria Tejada 1 month ago

    Job well done!!!