In my gardening education, YouTube has been the best tool overall. If I could have one resource, it would be fellow gardeners. In this video I will tell you how I watch videos, even those that are very far removed from my style of gardening. And then I will list out for you 20 channels I think you should check out. These are the folks I learn from.
Not everyone on this list does it your way or my way. Not all are great in production value. Some are not real polished on camera, some are highly skilled on camera. Some have nice equipment, some have their phone and a tripod like me. But ALL of them have much to teach us. We can glean much wisdom and knowledge here. This is MY list, and there are dozens more friends I watch and comment on regularly, but for the past year or so (and more for some) this has been the top bunch of resources to improve my gardening skill.
— Experimenting in Ireland, Red Gardens with Bruce Darrell
— Jess and Miah at Roots and Refuge
— The No-Dig sage, Charles Dowding
— My favorite channel because of his unorthodox ways, David the Good
— Dirtpatch Heaven, Julianne is homesteading and has serious garden skill
— Ariel at Fy Nyth, a tiny house and large gardens in the high country
— Gary at the Rusted Garden, one of the most comprehensive gardeners
— Greg Ison at Ison’s vinyard, just a few vides but here’s the Muscadine Bible.
— Relax, chill and learn some tricks from the delightful Kaye Kittrell
— Another comprehensive gardener, MIgardener:
— You have to love Charles at Old Alabama Gardener, great fellow
— If you like figs, visit PA Figs:
— And more figgery at Ross Raadi’s channel:
— The encouraging and always smiling Mark from Self Sufficient Me down under.
— Life in a Yurt with this delightful family, The Fit Farmer – Mike Dickson
— Experimenting and doing good things, especially known for her pepper pruning videos. Check out Veronica:
— Prairie Plantgirl knows far more than most. Well worth subscribing:
— Down to earth honesty with Danny and Wanda at Deep South Homestead
— Green Deane teaches us what weeds to eat:
— SkillCult – Cutting edge homesteading, great tools to glean here.
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