Tour Our Mega Vegetable Garden & Greenhouse 2020 Homestead Organic Growing Farmstead, Koi Pond

Tour of our quarantine garden project the last week of July 2020
DIY GREENHOUSE BUILD: https://youtu.be/i5Zn0nYTGHY
DIY Raised Garden Beds Instructions: https://youtu.be/-fp0becLcC0
MY GREENHOUSE 4 YEARS LATER Feb 2020 https://youtu.be/p7ZqoqcFdOo
When & How to Start Seed Germination Planting: https://youtu.be/m9CEeERj6Qs
10Ways to Heat Greenhouse for Free, DIY Cheap Low Cost Heater Winter Growing

Bug Netting Plant Protection – Agfabric www.wellcoindustries.com

Tomatoes – Big Beef, Beefsteak, Roma Plum, San Marzano, Grape, Cherry
Peppers – Jalapeño, Thai Chili, Lemon Pepper, Lunchbox variety, sweet blend, Orange Bell Pepper, Pepperoncini, Italian long hots.
Pickle bush Cucumbers, English Cucumber,
Zucchini Squash yellow & green
String Bean Green Beans
Eggplant
Okra
Snow Peas
Radishes
Lettuce, Arugula
Peach Trees from Seed
Raspberry Bush
Kiwi Vine
Olive Tree
Avocado Tree from Seed germination
Banana Tree
Canna Lilly flower
Valarian Root
Pumpkin – Jack-O-Lantern
Herbs – Basil, Parsley, Thyme, Rosemary, Sage, Chives, Scallions, Oregano, Spearmint, Sweet Mint, Peppermint, Chocolate Mint.

Tour of our backyard garden, greenhouse, Koi pond and tiny house workshop garage shed.

Growing Zone 7 – South Eastern Pennsylvania

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Mega DIY Garden & Greenhouse Tour Summer 2020 – Homestead Farmstead Organic Produce & Koi Pond
Tour Our Mega Vegetable Garden & Greenhouse Summer 2020 Homestead Farmstead Organic Growing Koi Pond

3 Comments

  1. Mary McLean on April 1, 2021 at 12:09 am

    For grasshoppers…catch a couple of big ones, put them in a medium screwtop jar, squash them and leave a week or so, shaking the jar every day to extract grasshopper whatevers. Then, after the week, strain the liquid, and add 50/50 with water and spray onto the affected plants. Apparently grasshoppers aren’t cannibals and won’t eat their own kind. Experiment with the grasshopper liquid to water ratio, but in Australia, where i lived, we has grasshoppers over 4 inches long, chomping through my palm trees and I read about this method of control, did it…and, amazingly, it worked! Try it…it’s free. Also, to help stop the birds…put out a bird feeder tray of delights for them to distract them.

  2. Erik Sweet on April 1, 2021 at 12:10 am

    I saw a lemon tree in your other video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xRbPFNty49k – do you still have this??

  3. LivingTheGoodLife-Cars on April 1, 2021 at 12:35 am

    Your garden looks amazing, love the organization, great inspiration!

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