Added by on 2019-03-19

I had an interview with Monty Don, gardener from Britain with the fabulous show Gardener’s World att the BBC. We talked about how to grow vegetables wintertime. If you want to se more Follow Monty Don at Twitter: Follow Monty Don at Instagram: Sara’s Kitchen Garden is Scandinavia’s most popular blog about gardening and self-sufficiency. The blog is run by journalist and writer Sara Bäckmo who blogs about her kitchen garden in southern Sweden. Learn more about how to grow and cook your own vegetables and fruits all year round on Follow Sara’s Kitchen Garden: » Subscribe to Sara’s Kitchen Garden on Youtube: » Follow Sara’s Kitchen Garden on Pinterest: » Subscribe to Letters from the garden: » Follow Sara’s Kitchen Garden on Facebook: » Instagram: » Blog: Bli gärna medlem på min trädgårdssajt för att se längre medlemsvideos från min trädgård, och läsa längre artiklar och recept på säsongens grönsaker. Läs mer och bli medlem här: FÖLJ SARA BÄCKMO Blogg: YouTube: Podcast: Facebook: Instagram: Pinterest: Nyhetsbrev: LinkedIn:äckmo-a0312287/ Video Rating: / 5 Related Posts“Let kids garden!” Monty Don (BBC Gardener’s World)Monty Don how to get kids interested in gardening ( Monty Don from Gardeners World BBC )Arizona Winter Gardening – Starting Tomatoes, Bell Peppers, Cucumbers & HerbsDelaware Master Gardener's Gear Up for Upcoming Open HouseWhy The Rain Gutter Grow System Is Like No Other Gardening System In The World!Gardening world – jobs for the weekend

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  • South Rooted OUTSIDE OUTDOORS 4 months ago

    Love Monty Dons here on Virginia

  • Rain Lill 4 months ago

    Lovely to listen to you.

  • Wende Kirckhoff 4 months ago

    "The seasons are changing no question about it", everything Monty said about the seasons is exactly how the weather here in my state is, on the east coast of the US, yep he's spot on. Interesting video about growing in the winter months, I've actually never thought about it, I will now tho…….Thanks

  • Maria Teresa Vartalitis 4 months ago

    Hello Sara. I wish I could understand Swedish. Your video is so inspiring. It makes you want to go out there and start a polytunnel right away. Maybe next time you could encounter in a video in Spanish. From Sunny Argentina thank you.

  • Zulf Photography 4 months ago

    Excellent melons

  • Lisa Conselatore 4 months ago

    Wonderful info & inspiring, both Monty Don as well as you. I’m looking forward to any English videos.

  • Bealtaine Cottage 4 months ago

    I sow boxes of micro-green salads all the year round…it has worked for me these past 14 years at Bealtaine Cottage Ireland.

  • My Family Garden 4 months ago

    Really good interview with a legend!

  • UK Here We Grow 4 months ago

    A great gardener, You are lucky to have interviewed him. I agree you should use it most of the year. great video

  • Masca Trails 4 months ago

    Thank you for sharing this in English. Wishing you all the best in your garden this winter.

  • Nicholas Sans Pasty 4 months ago

    Enjoyed this. Definitely inspiring I've never liked this whole idea of putting the garden to bed there are things to do in every month. If you can do it there when it's even colder we can do it here in the UK.

  • Darren James Cooper 4 months ago

    Amazing English compared to my Swedish!

  • duckhunt11001 4 months ago

    Your video was wonderful. I would enjoy watching more if your videos if you could do them in English as well thanks

  • Jeannie Holmes 4 months ago

    I enjoyed your interview with Monty Don and your own thoughts on gardening. I am from America and subscribed to your channel. Thank you for sharing in English.

  • Amy Jones 4 months ago

    I've been enjoying experimenting with asian greens for cold weather gardening. Delicious flavors.

  • fzjohnson 4 months ago

    Sara, you have such a wonderful "screen presence". Thank you for doing this video in English. I could not agree with you more RE: Winter gardening and was saying to my mother just a few weeks ago how I felt more excited about the Winter crops I was planning than about my current glut of Spr/Summer! Winter gardening is so new to me as I grew up in Australia so it was a luxurious 'grow-all-year-round' life. My aim is to do that in the UK – without a polytunnel (!!!) I look forward to seeing more of your lovely, enthusiastic presentations. Thank you!

  • Souzie Holmes 4 months ago inspire me with your enthusiasm..Thank you