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Woodchip Island Garden Tour 1 Year Old

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We’ve made a video of our Woodchip Island Garden 1 year after planting. This is by far our most productive and closest to zero maintenance garden. It is mostly composed of compost covered in mixed woodchip mulch and a healthy diverse soil life. We even ‘planted’ composting worms and gourmet mushroom spawn last year. We […]

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Container Gardening 3 Tips + Examples

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Container gardening can be a convenient way to grow greens, herbs, even carrots and strawberries in previously unproductive spaces, for example on a patio, a balcony, right outside your backdoor or even on a window sill. It’s also a great way for beginners to get started and harvest the rewards soon after. I’ll be talking […]

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8 Berries You Should Grow in Your Garden

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In this video we’re showing you 8 different berries we’ve been growing in our gardens. These are all easy to grow, almost zero maintenance and very rewarding as you harvest your own fresh berries year after year from early Summer to mid Autumn. Berries are considered a medicinal food as they contain tons of vitamins, […]

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Micro Food Forest 1.5 Years Old

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This micro food forest came into existence by accident! We had some compost and leaf mould left over from a project and decided to turn this unused corner of our land into a productive zero maintenance space. In this small 2×2 meter area we planted a fig tree, an apple, a peach and a persimmon […]

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Which Strawberry is the best? 12 Varieties in Quick Review

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Strawberries are the first of many berries we are enjoying from our garden in early Summer. In this video we’re briefly reviewing 12 different varieties and i’ll be talking about cropping, flavour and how early they’re producing runners. There is one variety we’ve had for 11 years now. We’ve been bringing it with us from […]

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What is the Worst Weed of All Time?

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What’s the worse weed in your opinion? Let us know in the comments on youtube or facebook! I believe we have found a new contender. 😀 Pioneering weeds are natures repair mechanism, for example tap rooted plants are good at breaking up and draining the soil. A lot plants are considered weeds because they spread […]

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No Dig Stone Wall Garden Update 5 weeks after planting

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Only 5 weeks ago we planted a number of vegetables in our new no dig garden along a south facing stone wall built in the early 18th century. This is a video update from our previous video on how we made this garden. We will see how the common vegetables such as broccoli, onions, potatoes, […]