This video show the hugel keyhole garden 5 months from its construction. A lot of effort went into the design and implementation but it is something that happens once. No tilling will ever be necessary as the contents of this garden are welcome call signs to the variety of life that now live inside. Worms and bacteria and other critters
The sowing season is now in full swing. Every week from now until May I will be sowing new crops. This weeks see the start again of green onions and chives. I can’t wait til these are ready. The green onion grow big and tall if cared for properly. I start hundreds of them from seed and take the time
The fourth and final video of the series shows what is growing in the front yard. The guild around the magnolia tree is new this year and contains some perennial plants such as comfrey and hairy vetch that is sure to come back next year with its multitudes of striking purple flowers. I chuckle as I just watched this video
Actually it’s not possible to build a hugel bed in such a short time especially the way I do it. However, putting this video together was fun and you can see in a brief span of time the effort and resources required to get started on a fine garden bed that will last for years and years.
CREDITS Elina Teolis Music – Joker from Danosongs.com Cherry Tomatoes, Jalepeno, Hungarian Pepper, Stupice Tomatoes Seeds from SouthernExposure.com
This is a follow up to Episode-158- where I showed how I was getting my spring plantings under way. I sowed turnip and snap pea seeds on March 30 and I started picking some of the rewards of my labor for two weeks. Today’s pickings were the best so and it is nice to see 10 weeks of waiting patiently
Come and see what is beng harvested for the dinner table. A wonderful display of delicious food that you can learn to grow on your own too. To Do ListHome.com It started as a way to keep track of things I do around the home to make life better. That includes permaculture and gardening and today I present you with some
Tomatoes are America’s favorite vegetable or fruit to grow at home. The first time I grew tomatoes I didn’t know what I was doing. I had successfully sprouted my first plants from seed but they soon turned spindly with just a long stem and a little leaf but they soon died. I was gardening in