Added by on 2018-10-11

Please join me for a vegetable garden harvest in late September! OYR t-shirts: Use promo code OCT2018 for discount through October 2018 7 gallon grow bags: How You Can Support OYR without spending a penny: If you shop on Amazon, you can support OYR simply by clicking this link (bookmark it too) before shopping: Contents: 0:22 Purple Viking Potatoes 1:27 Tomatoes 2:35 Peppers 3:40 Winter Squash and Pumpkins 4:20 Eggplants 4:52 Garlic Chives and Oregano 5:13 More Pictures of Recent Harvests Oscar the cat cameos: 0:40 4:16 Instagram: Facebook: OYR is all about growing a lot of food on a little land using sustainable organic methods, while keeping costs and labor at a minimum. Emphasis is placed on improving soil quality with compost and mulch. No store-bought fertilizers, soil amendments, pesticides, compost activators, etc. are used. Related PostsBig October Vegetable Garden Harvest (2018): Local Food At Its Best!December Vegetable Garden Harvest (Zone 5): Local Food at its Best!Vegetable Garden Tour & Harvest | SeptemberContainer Garden Update 1 Harvest Layout Varieties Organic Raw Food Vegetable Gardening How to GrowAbundant First HARVEST From The Organic Vegetable Garden 2018 | LucasGrowsBestContainer Garden Summer Update #4 Harvest Raw Food Vegetable Gardening

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  • Karen Gilchrist 7 months ago

    Do you think that it would work to just cut and hang up the whole pepper plant in order to dry it rather than stringing them?

  • Carla Walden 7 months ago

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  • Give it a Grow 7 months ago

    Amazing video! I think I have seen those 1:09 plants before, are they the ones with purple and pink flowers on the same plant? This video is beautifully edited, I love the new style.

  • Marigato76 7 months ago

    Do you ever harvest from the wild? Are there edible plants or funghi in your area? I still have some tomatoes and eggplants, strawberry, some greens but I will go out to the forest to day to look for mushrooms like steak funghi, chicken of the forest and porcini.

  • LilNaruto9tails 7 months ago

    Next year, I will grow eggplant?
    Also, if you would please answer: do you have any advice for growing squash! I got plenty of flowers, but no squash! Please respond soon!

  • perry leopold 7 months ago

    Is that your picking (music) in the video?

  • Lamprine Datsika 7 months ago

    Hello Patrick. We missed you. For this video I have to say a wow! Amazing harvest. The Autumn Garden is better than in the summer (for me). Soon my garden is getting better. In the beginning the soil was like cement and it was now soft enough. Huge difference. I follow your steps. Goodbye Patrick.

  • David Loukidelis 7 months ago

    Hi Patrick. I'm a big fan of this youtube channel, and you have taught me a lot through these videos. I noticed that you are selling t-shirts now. If you are looking for ways to monetize this channel, might I suggest starting a Patreon? I would be happy to pay a monthly amount to continue to see great content from you!

  • Gláucia Sempre Plantando 7 months ago

    Beautiful vegetables, beautiful video. As always.

  • Bailee Goodell 7 months ago

    Would love some videos on how you preserve harvests after frost!

  • Bailee Goodell 7 months ago

    Was super happy to see this video. We built our first raised bed here in Vermont based on your how to video!

  • greenthumbsvegan 7 months ago

    Good to see you back again, and what a fab harvest. Growing those potatoes beside the footpath is truly revolutionary, love it!

  • The Gardening Channel With James Prigioni 7 months ago

    I love it brother! And Oscar always puts a smile on my face 🙂

  • Josephine D'Agostino 7 months ago

    Do you grow seasoning peppers? I didn't see any in your videos. They have the flavor of hot peppers, without the heat. The red ones especially have a unique and delicious flavor.

  • mike dee 7 months ago

    thanks…the most valuable thing that I have gotten from your videos is composting and its use in weed supression and plant growth and health by promoting vermiculture in the garden….and my worms would thank you too.

  • Stonemason Reimer 7 months ago

    Thank you for the video, great harvest, and I loved the music at the end. Maybe a music video next?

  • GrownToCook 7 months ago

    What a bountiful harvest! I'm curious about one thing: does your first frost always happen around the same date? In our area it can be as early as September (this year) or as late as December which makes it difficult to judge when to harvest certain crops such as winter squash.

  • Kevin Barnes 7 months ago

    Great video! Please share how you manage tomato blight.

  • shox rox ice 7 months ago

    Great to see you back. Any chance you could update us on your greenhouse and what’s growing in there right now? Struggling to figure out what I can do in mine right now. Have lettuce popping up but not sure if there are more options this late in the season. Also zone 5.

  • Everett McDonald 7 months ago

    Good to see you again. I love the acoustic guitar playing!