Zone 6 December GREENHOUSE & Garden TOUR/ VLOG

Zone 6 December GREENHOUSE & Garden TOUR/ VLOG

Today I thought I’d show you around the homestead and check how the garden and greenhouses are doing with nights going down to the 20’s F. It has been a mild winter so far but now it’s starting to really feel like winter is definitely here. I’m pleasantly surprised how my greenhouses are still producing. Comment below and let me know what you’re growing at this moment. Hope you enjoy!

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  1. Randall Shuck on January 7, 2022 at 3:53 pm

    I’m also in zone 6 in Northeastern Kansas. We are pretty much shut down for the season. I still have a dozen broccoli plants growing. I haven’t gotten many florets formed, but I have been enjoying the leaves from the plants. I chop them and either steam them for 5 minutes or mix them raw into a green salad to boost the vitamin C level. Your greenhouses look good. Have fun.

  2. Milkweed on January 7, 2022 at 4:29 pm

    I’m in zone 6a in south central IN. I have had better luck with the all white round radishes in fall and early spring. For me they seem to form better. I’ve also had pretty good winter lettuce and spinach under small hoop houses. Had a bigger one once like yours but it blew away to the creek about half a mile away. It destroyed it. You have a really neat place there. Great videos.

  3. RB the Garden Nanny, LLC on January 7, 2022 at 4:39 pm

    I’m always intrigued when I see a zone 6 garden. I live in zone 6b and I’m more of a flower gardener then a vegetable gardener — so I would love to learn from your channel. I did my first fall garden this year and I did my first green beans!!!!!!!!!!! Oh I was so excited. So glad I found your channel based on your thumbnail. I have a greenhouse (just put in this year 2021) but there is no heater or anything in there. Good to know what’s possible to grow in there. Where do you get your covering for your vegetables? You did a great job building your greenhouses (even though you are not a builder). New sub.

  4. TriPreping on January 7, 2022 at 4:47 pm

    Your doing good

  5. Ana Paula Crawford on January 7, 2022 at 4:49 pm

    Regardless, something is something. And trying knew veggies is always away to go. Because you never know what you going to get!
    Yes I saw the snow falling.. I miss it so bad. 😞

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