Starting Seeds Inside Mid-April Spring Planting #94 Heirloom Organic Vegetable Garden

Today I started my seeds heirloom organic Broccoli, Cauliflower, Jalapeno, & 3 kinds of tomatoes Below are the links to the seeds I started this year: Heirlo…
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25 Responses to “Starting Seeds Inside Mid-April Spring Planting #94 Heirloom Organic Vegetable Garden”

  1. Patiently waiting for your organic garden 2014 series to start :-) 

  2. The Cherokee Purple’s are some of the tastiest tomatoes I’ve found! I’m
    trying the Black Krim for the first time this year. I usually grow some
    Mortgage Lifter’s also, I swear I had to have gotten 100lbs of tomatoes off
    one monstrous Mortgage Lifter plant last year that I just let run wild.

  3. It’s great to see you planting again. I’ve been catching up on your videos,
    and Boy oh boy has a lot happened over the past several months!! Good to be
    back though, and I can’t wait to see how your garden does this year.
    Blessings

  4. Welcome back to the plant cycle. I have been eagerly awaiting your return
    with the new growing season and the great videos you make. :) 

  5. Glad to see you get started on the garden without having to sink yourself
    in soil up to your scrotum. lol. I hope it all continues to grow well!

  6. Jean-Francois Prince Reply November 10, 2014 at 10:35 pm

    If the seeds are hard to grow you could always place two seeds in every
    pellet of earth this way you double your chances of getting something. If
    both grow simply move one out.

  7. Now I know what to tell people that are looking for the starts to sprouts!
    I just started some lettuce seeds for the ducks, they are sprouting, now I
    just have to keep the squirells out of the containers! Life is a garden,
    dig it! 

  8. Matt do you feed your ducks organic feed? because ive seen you fertilize
    your garden with their manure once in a video and if you dont feed them
    organic feed then the soil is no longer organic since you put their manure
    on there.

  9. checked out the seed company you use there in canada. i’m in the states.
    shipping is $15 which sucks for usa shipping. wanted to get some of those
    heirlooms….

  10. great to see the garden 2014 starting, 

  11. 50 Ducks In A Hot Tub Reply November 11, 2014 at 12:20 am

    Made a mistake on the opening credits of the video I didn’t start any
    Brussels Sprouts in the seed trays, I’m going to sow them directly in the
    ground

  12. Anything new on the garden?

  13. I’ve been following your channel for quite some time now, i cannot wait to
    see what happens with your crops this year. Personally iv taken all the
    advice you’ve given me from your videos and iv started my own garden. So
    yeah Just want to say thanks for the help man! p.s. i use Baker Creek
    Heirloom Seeds as of right now, ill let you know how they turn out at the
    end of the season. :D 

  14. Nice to see the Heirloom garden starting up again. I started my tomatoes
    and peppers as well. Probably in another couple of weeks here in Toronto I
    will be able to have them outside in the direct sunlight…..looking
    forward to more videos :) 

  15. And so it begins.

  16. Good luck with your starting your seeds. Since you are going to be doing
    more building this summer for the ducks and geese. Have you maybe thought
    of also doing a small cold frame green house to grow supplement greens for
    the ducks and geese next winter depending on how your health is doing ?

  17. Gals to see the garden videos back for another season

  18. Any plans on growing organic feed for the ducks?

  19. Plus, you have the duck poo charge in your garden as well to help things
    out.

  20. The Gitchee Urban Gardener Reply November 11, 2014 at 4:42 am

    I started last week, here in Minnesota. Check out my urban garden videos
    and follow my journey. It has been many people like you who gives me
    courage to do videos. Lots to learn, but wow the seeds are sprouting!!! I
    spent a couple of days catching up on all your videos….will follow this
    year too!

  21. planted snowball y last year and we had good luck-zone 5 Michigan-good
    luck!

  22. Looks like everything is coming out good. I started putting deed since Jan.
    because my pepper won’t grow in the summer maybe because it get to hat. I
    put a lot of pepper seed and gave a few to my neighbors. Now I’m waiting
    for another group of veggies to grow. Can’t wait to see your plants
    growing. purple guava

  23. Excited to see you back for another year. Watched your last years garden
    videos again. I got mine all started for the year as well. Looking
    forward to another series. Congrats on your success and I will continue to
    watch loyally. 

  24. thank you for a good video. i just starting to makup my rasised beds and i
    have my tomatoes showing now 

  25. I will enjoy following your garden! ~ jenny