The “Plan” for our Vegetable Garden this Year

A quick update and see our plan for what we will be growing this spring & summer in 2014. At the end see a quick clip of or chickens & eggs! How to Plant, Gr…
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18 Responses to “The “Plan” for our Vegetable Garden this Year”

  1. “If you have chickens….make sure you know where your chickens are” that
    is funny!
    Thank you for your videos!

  2. Charm City Balcony Garden Reply December 23, 2014 at 8:33 am

    The garden looks beautiful! Do the chicken eat all the bugs/grubs that are
    buried in the soil? The eggs are so pretty! 3-4 eggs a day is great, what a
    treat.

  3. Glad to see that everything survived the cold. I will be interested to see
    how your onion sets do I never have good luck with the and I’m trying them
    again this year, Spanish Onions. 

  4. Beautiful eggs. I know you are looking forward to the spring. I will enjoy
    watching your garden while our temps are brrrr.

  5. OneYardRevolution | Frugal & Sustainable Organic Gardening Reply December 23, 2014 at 9:21 am

    Brandon, your garden looks great! We’re going to have to wait another
    couple months before we get started.

  6. suburban homestead Reply December 23, 2014 at 9:51 am

    that was a quick warm-up. I still have snow on the ground.

  7. I still can’t believe that used to be heavy clay soil ?? You’ve done
    marvellous job getting it to where it is now !!

  8. Thesmalltowngardener Reply December 23, 2014 at 10:35 am

    Looks great! cant wait till we can get tomatoes and peppers in the ground!

  9. Sweet looking start up, especially after all that rough weather. I’m
    thinking of building an ark here…or at least putting pontoons on the
    house. ‘~* Gonna get out and clear the weeds, easier when the ground is
    saturated. Best Wishes 

  10. Nice plan you got there. what a nice surprise with all those chicken
    eggs!!! : ) are your chicken pretty friendly ? do they let you pick them
    up?

  11. Urban Garden Survival Reply December 23, 2014 at 12:17 pm

    Nice garden, and sounds like a good plan in place… will be interesting to
    see how it goes… Thanks for the video… :) 

  12. Great update! 

  13. Nice update! My garden area is under 15″ of snow :-( lol
    I thought with onion sets you plant them so just the tip sticks out of the
    soil? Just wondering, as that is how I tried (and failed) and seen some
    others have planted that way too.
    Thanks
    Tim

  14. It’s looking good, nice eggs too!

  15. Wood mulch leads to mold, mold leads to nitrogen deficiency in the soil,
    mold leads to soilborne disease, leads to tomato disease, leads to fear,
    leads to anger, leads to the dark side. 

  16. Brandon & Meredith Reply December 23, 2014 at 3:11 pm

    A quick update and our Plan for the spring & summer vegetable garden; also
    clip of the hens & eggs.

  17. Deadcoolification unkown Reply December 23, 2014 at 3:58 pm

    brandon i got a question for you. i am going to start my first garden and i
    would like to know what is the easiest vegetable to grow?

  18. Love your videos Brandon! They are a great help to me, and I live nearby,
    just west of Fort Worth-so I really like to see how your garden is doing,
    as I get great ideas from you. Hope you give us continual updates
    throughout the year, and thanks for all you do!