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My hubby is our gardener and we grow most of our own produce from May through October. Here is a tour of what we have planted so far as of early May. We will be planting even more in the coming month so stay tuned! ******MORE FROM EAT PRAY CRUNCH BELOW****** OUR INFERTILITY JOURNEY BABY #2 PREGNANCY & POSTPARTUM VLOGS TRADITIONAL DIET & HEALING FOOD PARENTING STRATEGIES CLOTH DIAPERING BABY #1 PREGNANCY RETROSPECTIVE GARDENING DAY IN THE LIFE OUR KIDDOS REALISTIC HOUSEKEEPING PRODUCT REVIEWS TAG VIDEOS LET’S HAVE A LITTLE TALK LIVING WITHIN YOUR MEANS ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Find Us On Facebook: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ VIDEO EQUIPMENT I USE* DSLR Canon 60D (For Sit-Down Videos): Upgraded Verson Of My DSLR (Canon 70D): Point & Shoot Canon S110 (Vlogging Camera): Upgraded Verson Of My Point & Shoot (Canon S120): Current Video Editing Software (Sony Movie Studio): My Old Video Editing Software (Corel Video Studio): Standard Tripod (Manfrotto): Joby Tripod (attaches to anything): ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ *This video may contain affiliate links for which I receive a small commission. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsEarly Spring 2016, Welcome To The Rootzone! Aeroponic Roots Are Just AmazingSpring 2016 Vegetable Garden UpdateTexas Organic Spring Vegetable Garden 2012 Update #4 of 8Arizona Garden Tour – Over 200 Fruit Trees on 1/3 Acre – Spring 2016Early Spring Vegetable Garden TourThe Beginning | Spring Vegetable Garden

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  • Tina's Garden 1 year ago

    you can make plant food with nettels

  • Gabby Deveau 1 year ago

    Stinging nettles are vicious

  • DontSayHurry (Cinella) 1 year ago

    LOVE IT!!! Do you have any gardening tip videos? This is the first year we plant a garden. I wish my hubby was more into our garden. I was so stressed that I would kill everything, just our zucchini got stem-rot. Everything looks great!

  • Sara Goff 1 year ago

    Is that a timed watering system in your raised beds?

  • Claire Wolfe 1 year ago

    love love love your channel – just subbed!

  • Regi Knitta 1 year ago

    Nettle is also supposed to be good for the garden like comfrey. You can chop it (before it goes to seed) and mulch your garden with it or let it ferment in a bucket of water and pour that on your garden. Or just compost it, but be careful about the seeds.

  • heymamarae 1 year ago

    love your gardening videos! My friend made nettle soup last summer and said it was really good. Also, how are you getting rid of your morning glory? It demolished my beans last year :(

  • Amy Hiestand 1 year ago

    Where do you guys generally get your plants? We're still in an apartment, but have a backyard and patio to grow stuff in and we really need to get going on a container garden.

  • Lindsey Srinivas 1 year ago

    Wow this is so extensive !! I live in an urban house, and only have containers on my deck, still learning. This is inspiring what you guys have created !

  • Alfie Fallejo 1 year ago

    Dream goals! To own a back yard like yours!! I'd love to grow my own food one day. Thanks for sharing your videos as always 🙂 You have a wonderful family!

  • mattandemm 1 year ago

    I always love seeing your garden! I'm definitely living vicariously through you at this point! We only did tomatoes last year and I'm not sure we're even going to do that this year :/

  • Dianalyn Frank 1 year ago

    my dad fights a garden because he doesn't trust the soil on his property and I keep suggesting a raised bed but the idea if maintenance and just getting started turns him off I think. a lot of deer and bear our way too so I think to have it all eaten or destroyed would be so heartbreaking.

  • jenny'sbabyvlogs 1 year ago

    wow, that's incredible. if you don't mind me asking, where do you live? I'm from the Northeast originally, which has great soil, but now that we love in NM I can barely get anything to grow. I wish I could have a huge veggie garden, but it's not worth it out here :(