7 Reasons To Start A Vegetable Garden NOW | Gardening Tips
7 Reasons To Start A Vegetable Garden NOW | Gardening Tips
Do you know how to start a vegetable garden in your own home right now? These gardening tips are a great beginners guide to an epic organic garden. If you’ve been thinking about growing your own vegetable garden, this video will inspire you to build your own garden bed in your backyard. You’ll be growing your own food in no time.
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Thank you, Carrie, I would love to see more video about it. It’s something new I’m getting passionate about. I used to live in an apartment in Berlin, and now that I move back to Italy and to countryside life I just love gardening. I agree with what you said, it’s beautiful, and it’s something that just helps us to connect with nature and our body.
Right now I live in a apartment in New York but can’t wait to move to another state and have my own garden. I’ve been saving my seeds so I’ll be ready.
Very very nice
Alright, I’m convinced!
I just started a vegetable garden, i would love more of this videos, including what vegetables and in wich season should we harvest and tips!
Early! I’m so excited to start my vegetable garden!
You inspired me to start a garden last year Right when COVID started. The tomatoes did so well all through the winter and yesterday I finally planted my new ones. Experimenting with other vegetables that didnt produce my first attempt, but hopeful this time around! I agree with all your comments, more gardening videos!!
Id love a video on ways to stop feral animals (mainly cats) and possums from eating and contaminating our hard work.
We are expecting our first baby in May and the thought of sharing our garden with and providing for our family is such a beautiful feeling. We have started it from organic seeds and it is such a fun journey!
Getting our beds ready for planing this week!
The zooming gave me a headache
Love seeing any gardening/baking/cooking/nature/lifestyle videos!! Basically anything you make lol!
My fiance and I just bought a new house and are planning on growing a rooftop garden–we’ve got our seeds sprouting already. 🙂 Looking forward to all the benefits you mentioned in this video. <3 PS–would LOVE it if you could put captions on your videos!
We ‘ve found a new purpose for our small garden and now in a process of looking for a bigger one. Thank you, dear!
Love your videos so muchhhh.
Gardening is even better when you collect the seed from your plants and you never have to go to the shop again. It also tastes so much better when it’s picked fresh and has only had natural rain water. It’s so good to go outside a pick a leaf of lettuce for your sandwich 1 minute before you eat it or pick a corn cob and cook it straight away. Eat your strawberries as you pick them. You are so right when you say Gardening helps you understand nature. I love your videos thank you. It looks like your thriving here. I can’t wait to see what you think of the South island when you get there. Arohanui
Hi Carrie! I love your gardening videos. I live in a townhouse with a small front patio. Any advice on starting a small garden for a small patio space without a yard?
I appreciate this so much! My husband and I gardened for probably 10 years. Our whole (rather large) back yard in Nashville housed one big garden plot, as well as four smaller/contained side beds. Tomatoes, cukes, a variety of peppers, yellow squash, zucchini, corn, green beans, onions, eggplant, canteloupe and watermelon – more than we could ever consume but which we shared with friends and family. Gardening led us to canning and freezing and baking and it was just the best. I am probably one of your more "mature" viewers and as life happened, we turned from gardening into caring for elderly parents and slowly let the garden go by the wayside. It’s so nice to see you enjoying this gift of gardening as much as we did and sharing it with others. There is just nothing quite like playing in the dirt and the exhaustion after hours outside working in the garden yields the best sleep ever!
For those who don’t have a yard but want to still have the satisfaction of gardening and eating fresh produce, consider looking into your local farms. Chances are they have a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) or a farm-share. For me it was very affordable for a share just for myself since I live on my own. I get weekly shares for the entirety of the growing season! And you’ll likely be welcome to volunteer to work on the farm and harvest each week. I cannot recommend this enough for those of you who don’t have the means to have your own garden just yet.
Very informative indeed. I love gardening. But I love to hear your point of view 🙂
Seeing you and Alex start a veggie garden last year got me going with my own first garden. Now I have so much more lovely inspiration and interests between you, Monty Don, Charles Dowding, Tanya of Lovey Greens and more. So looking forward to getting my hands in the dirt for this growing season.