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, corn, carrots, radish and broad beans are doing. And also the rare vegetables such as Oca, Mashua, Yacon and Tigernuts when planted into 25cm of mushroom compost. We’ve had to do almost no weeding, although the ones that did pop up were mostly perennials that were growing here for decades. When using no dig they are very easy to pull up and this will be exhaust them within a couple of months. I’ll also be giving you a quick insight into our woodchip island garden as we’ll have a full tour to follow soon. See below for new update video and also original how to video below.