Posts Tagged ‘thyme’

Fresh Garden Salad & Goat Cheese Toast Recipe

Harvesting fresh lettuce for a summer salad offers a satisfying crunch, as well as healthful nutrients and vitamins. Incorporate peas, radishes potatoes and green onions to brighten up a salad with helpful hints from an organic gardener in this free video on garden-to-table cooking.

Topsy Turvy, Garden Containers, Upside Down Pots, Growing Tomatoes, Peppers & Herbs Update 4

Another weekly update on our upside down and container garden. Broccoli struggling a little bit and one of my upside down tomatoes in a container is not as healthy as it’s “sister” growing right side up. Cucumbers are doing gang busters! Getting lots of tomatoes and peppers. Having a blast here! I’m sure you’re not here to read this anyhow….enjoy the video! Thanks for watching and if you have any suggestions, please leave them.

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    Topsy Turvy, Garden Containers, Upside Down Pots, Growing Tomatoes, Peppers & Herbs Update 5

    Hope everyone had a good 4th of July! Not much has changed. Everything still pretty healthy. Bell peppers are changing colors and the cucumbers are doing well. Tumbling Toms are producing several ripe tomatoes every nite. Be warned: I am now formally planning my garden for next year. Boy, am I gonna have some fun! My wife can’t believe we haven’t really even started harvesting a lot of veggies and I’m already looking forward to next year….LOL. Thanks for looking. Any advice, please leave me a post.

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    Growing Herbs : How to Plant a Kitchen Herb Garden

    When planting a kitchen herb garden, make sure there is access to a sunny window and that containers are the appropriate sizes. Grow herbs in a kitchen garden and remember to switch them out with tips from an experienced gardener in this free video on gardening and growing herbs. Expert: Yolanda Vanveen Contact: www.vanveenbulbs.com Bio: Yolanda Vanveen is sustainable gardener who lives in Kalama, Wash. Filmmaker: Daron Stetner

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    Topsy Turvy, Garden Containers, Upside Down Pots, Growing Tomatoes, Peppers & Herbs Update 7

    Here’s my weekly video. Things are going well. I cut the pumpkin out of its pot and planted it in the ground. It was root bound….not enough space for the roots to grow. I plan to treat the spaghetti squash similarly….afraid of tearing up the plant if I remove the entire pot, so I’ll cut out the bottom 1/2 of the pot, dig a hole, till up the soil and plunk it in to give the roots room to grow. Thanks for lookin’ and if you have any advice, please leave me a post. I’m always eager to learn.

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