It’s time for the third part of my series about planning a small vegetable garden at home. I grow in a small space in the garden. I have six garden beds. Learn more about growing and mulching vegetables like carrots, cabbage, spinach and much more.
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Starting a Small Vegetable Garden part 3

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  • Peter White

    Aside for some off climate your garden is doing well. I just love the new beds, especially the plastic lined one on top of all the grass and weeds. I will have to pass on that wisdom to others. Enjoy your trip and stay safe.

  • Wende

    Your neighbor should love having fresh vegetables right off the plants, really good advice, as always. I live in the states in Maryland on the eastern shore…it's been so incredibly dry here. I was so disappoint with my veg garden I mowed it down, that gave me as much pleasure as a harvest. I told myself, there's always next year.

  • Marilyn Halligan

    Thank you Sara for inspiring us with your thriving edible garden and flower garden. You not only show your garden but you you also give us takeaway garden tips and techniques. God bless you and your family!

  • Lady LunaGardening

    I am from the United States but I absolutely love watching your channel and your garden grow. You always have such a lovely smile and positive outlook. Thank you for all that you do. Take care and have a glorious day!

  • Cynthia Fisher

    Your garden is looking beautiful! I am continually amazed at all you are able to accomplish. I’m sure your neighbors are also amazed and enjoying the lovely view. I like the different textures of the beds, with pallet collars and the style made with twigs.
    It’s interesting the type of tomato you grow for winter harvest. I bring a lot of green tomatoes in the house at the end of the season. I also cover the plants if there is an early frost. Do you do that as well?