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It might be November, but there’s still time for some winter vegetable gardening! ↓↓↓↓↓↓ CLICK “SHOW MORE” FOR RESOURCES ↓↓↓↓↓↓↓↓ ** Come and Join the FB Community Page: Website: FB: IG: WISHLIST: PRODUCT I RECOMMEND: HELP Fund the Farm through Patreon for exclusive content: OR By Shopping on AMAZON via these links* AMAZON US: AMAZON UK: ___ Tools I USE Erbauer Combi Drill – Erbauer Circular Saw – Bosch Cordless Strimmer – *Please note, these include affiliate links for both US and UK Stores. If you’re thinking about shopping at Amazon, please consider following one of these links as it will help support the channel. Thanks for stopping by the Brimwood Farm channel. We’re a teeny urban smallholding trying to grow, garden and keep livestock on a tiny residential garden. Can you be self-sufficient and make money from an urban homestead? We’re on a mission to find out. Video Rating: / 5 Bell peppers should be planted after the last frost in an area that is free of living weeds. Find out why bell peppers are best grown 18 inches apart with help from an organic farmer in this free video on vegetable gardening and horticulture. Expert: Jarrett Man Contact: Bio: Jarrett Man created and runs Stone Soup Farm, an organic vegetable and fruit operation in Belchertown, Mass. Filmmaker: EquilibrioFilms Jenn Related PostsPermaculture Style Front Yard Winter Vegetable Garden TourWinter Vegetable Gardening in My Backyard TourWinter Tour of My Vegetable Garden, part 4 – Malabar SpinachWinter Tour of My Vegetable Garden, part 3 – Moringa TreeExtended Front Yard Urban Vegetable Garden TourWild Urban Gardening mit Dr. Markus Strau

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  • Haywire Homestead 4 months ago

    Nice update! Your weather is much like ours in Ohio, USA.

  • Weird Side 4 months ago

    Can I come and visit your farm?

  • Hertfordshire Allotment Life 4 months ago

    Lovely video update. Thanks a lot for sharing! Liked and subscribed! By the way do you keep chickens also?

  • allotment life 4 months ago

    red veined sorrel is a bugger if you let it go to seed. they end up all over the place………………brian

  • Boomboom Tsai 4 months ago


  • Mr. Heineken 4 months ago

    That's NOT growing but planting bell peppers!

  • MrBigDaddyMikidi 4 months ago

    1 seed = 1 plant, 2 seeds = 2 plants

  • vanityrose12 4 months ago

    holy crap i only need to water them once per week…….i've been doing WAY TO MUCH

  • Shanika Thompson 4 months ago

    love u dude!

  • Susanna M 4 months ago

    My bell peppers are pale yellow. Do you know when they will turn bright yellow?

  • foggymedia 4 months ago

    A Dupont Ad on an organic gardening video?

    Dupont is a a leader in the Toxic Chemical Industrial Complex. They still won't tell the 50, 60, 70 or so thousand people in Bhopal India what chemicals they were all poisoned with back from the 1980's. Initial deaths from that industrial chemical accident was 20,000. Union Carbide was the company, Dupont bought them but won't release the information of the exact chemicals that poisoned so many people, and its all an evade responsibility game.

  • ricky shank 4 months ago

    how many plants can ya get from 1 single seed ?

  • Peter Watson 4 months ago

    Nice land!

  • mrsexpistols36 4 months ago

    my wife has just made me a salard, using bell peppers, i told her to keep the seeds, what i would like to know, is , can i plant the seeds now, in my greenhouse, or do i plant then next year, it has been a warm and dry spring here in the uk, can you please help

  • John Strauss 4 months ago

    So is Ehow going to answer ANY of the questions regarding this video?

  • Me112233 4 months ago

    @madpres I use a flame thrower. It kills most any insect that dare attack my peppers. The flame thrower is also effective on tobacco mosaic.

  • Steelchamp060 4 months ago

    can I start germinating my cantaloupe and melons now? or is it to early still>?

  • jarrorize 4 months ago

    Keep up the good videos bro. God Bless he is there and the complexity of plants animals and humans proves it.

  • redcat362 4 months ago

    My bell peppers were way better then my tomatos. Next time all bells.