Sustainable Florida Organic Vegetable Gardening Tips & Tricks | The Urban Harvest

Meet Elise Pickett of the Urban Harvest! Elise helps people learn how to grow an organic vegetable garden in Florida using sustainable farming practices. Whether your brand new to home gardening or just looking at ways to improve your garden – Elise can help you understand the basics of backyard gardens and teach you complex… Continue reading Sustainable Florida Organic Vegetable Gardening Tips & Tricks | The Urban Harvest

Master Sustainable Gardening: Tips For Sustainable Landscaping With Owen Dell | Amazing Earth

Master Sustainable Gardening: Tips For Sustainable Landscaping With Owen Dell | Amazing Earth Help grow your own sustainable gardening applying amazing landscaping to create a master piece. Owen Dell talks about the necessary steps, mistakes and must do’s so that you can learn to create amazing gardens for your homes. Listen to learn about incredible… Continue reading Master Sustainable Gardening: Tips For Sustainable Landscaping With Owen Dell | Amazing Earth

Back To Eden Garden Tour: Organic Gardening FOR SPRING

Its early spring here in the panhandle and that means getting the garden ready. But for our off grid homestead we dont get out the tiller, we dont get out the fertilizer or set up the drip system. NOOOO WE do nothing but put the seeds and plants in the soil and…..WAIT! This is the… Continue reading Back To Eden Garden Tour: Organic Gardening FOR SPRING

Vegetable Garden Drying Area (#2 of 4) Drying Racks

Vegetable Garden drying area is where we plan to cure our vegetable. If you don’t cure vegetable that need to be cured, they’ll will rot in storage. This is part (# 2 of 4) videos on building our vegetable garden drying area, drying racks. Proper treatment of vegetables from the garden to the storage room… Continue reading Vegetable Garden Drying Area (#2 of 4) Drying Racks

Steps to a sustainable backyard organic garden

Overview of compost bins, rainwater catchment systems, and use of plants as a natural pesticide – Issue: Your backyard garden can be a tool toward a regenerative sustainable food future! [ad_2]

Creating a Small Suburban Perennial Food Forest – part 1

One of our goals this year is to grow more perennial food crops. This is in line with our longer term goal of creating a small suburban food forest with many, if not mostly, perennial crops. We already grow many perennials, including blackberries, raspberries, honey berries, grapes, strawberries, red veined sorrel, sage, oregano, chives, Egyptian… Continue reading Creating a Small Suburban Perennial Food Forest – part 1

THE BEST NEW SEED VARIETIES FOR FALL GARDENING!

On this week’s Row by Row Garden Show, we share over 25 NEW SEED VARIETIES that are great for fall planting. Get your PREMIUM GARDEN SEEDS here: Check out our other pages: Website – Facebook – Instagram – Twitter – [ad_2]

Vegetable Garden Drying Area (#1 of 4) Layout and Ground Prep

Vegetable Garden drying area is where we plan to cure our vegetable. If you don’t cure vegetable that need to be cured, they’ll will rot in storage. This is part (# 1 of 4) videos on building our vegetable garden drying area, layout and prep. Proper treatment of vegetables from the garden to the storage… Continue reading Vegetable Garden Drying Area (#1 of 4) Layout and Ground Prep

BackyardForestGarden- Sustainable Gardening Australia (SGA)

Sustainable Gardening Australia presents Angelo Eliades from deepgreenpermaculture.com giving a brief explanation of the backyard forest garden principle, a way of sustainably producing the maximum amount of produce from the smallest amount of arable land based on natural ecology : farming for the future. www.sgaonline.org.au [ad_2]

Coffee Grounds: How And Why We Use Them In Our Garden

Used coffee grounds are a great free resource to put to work in your garden. They enrich the soil with nitrogen and other minerals, improve soil structure, and increase organic matter in the soil. We use them in compost, vermicompost, and as a mulch. Why not give them a try in your garden? OYR is… Continue reading Coffee Grounds: How And Why We Use Them In Our Garden

Organic Gardening Using Woodchips:The Secrets In The Soil

There is a reason why we chose for our self sustainable homestead the Back to Eden Garden method. We wanted to create a garden that not only produced well, but didnt need to be watered much, was not labor intensive, had no pests, and worked WITH nature not against it. Hmmm we also wanted a… Continue reading Organic Gardening Using Woodchips:The Secrets In The Soil

Permaculture Gardening, Sustainable Food Forest Design

Permaculture gardening means focusing on Design. A Functionally Designed system creates more then it consumes. Gardening with nature and working with its natural cycles allows you to design an ecosystem that works for you! Subscribe: Facebook: LAWN TO HIGH PRODUCTION FOOD FOREST: CUCUMBERS, Everything You Need To Know! 5 TIPS FOR BUILDING HEALTHY SOIL: [ad_2]

How to Plant Fruit Trees (EASY)

How to Plant Fruit Trees is Easy, learn to avoid future problems by following simple planning guide, which is steps by step before you plant. Whatever the size of your backyard, you can grow beautiful, productive fruit trees in your garden. This video Hollis shares with you how he goes about planting fruit trees. Bonemeal… Continue reading How to Plant Fruit Trees (EASY)