Vegetable Garden Tour & Plans for 2014! Pacific Northwest Garden Mom

Hello friends! Spring is finally here! Here’s a video of our organic vegetable garden and plans for 2014, enjoy and happy gardening! Join us on Face Book! ht…
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25 Responses to “Vegetable Garden Tour & Plans for 2014! Pacific Northwest Garden Mom”

  1. OneYardRevolution | Frugal & Sustainable Organic Gardening Reply March 7, 2015 at 4:51 pm

    Your garden is beautiful! I mulch my potatoes with leaves too. I’m glad to
    hear you’re adding chickens this year. That’s a long term goal for us too.

  2. CaliKim29 Garden & Home DIY Reply March 7, 2015 at 5:42 pm

    Happy Spring, Misilla! You have such a lovely space for your garden! Bet
    it felt great to be outdoors in the warmth! Do you have to water at all
    there with all the moisture you get?

  3. Helpful. Thanks for sharing. For some reason my green onions are not
    doing so well. I am still trying to do a self-diagnosis. I’ll let you
    know if I figure it out.

  4. Missilla Hello :) I notice what look like bee boxes behind you. Do you
    raise bees? Chickens! YES! enjoyed the video Misilla Thank you!

  5. Alberta Urban Garden Simple Organic and Sustainable Reply March 7, 2015 at 7:51 pm

    Great tour ! I can’t wait for my spring ! Watch your rhubarb does not try
    to bolt. It will from time to time. If it looks like there is no leader
    coming up with the stalk I recommend taking it off. The reason is all the
    energy making the sugar will be diverted into the flower and the stalks
    will just be bitter. 

  6. love your videos! will be watching every new video as I continue to start
    gardening inside my home until the last frost in Toronto!

  7. It would be so nice to have a growing space that big! Looks very promising,
    good luck :) I can’t wait to get out in the dirt myself!

  8. Hi Misilla, all the best for your new spring garden in 2014. Love your
    videos and recommend everyone to subscribe, I have been a fan for a while
    now! Shared at Happy House and Garden website!

  9. how long does it take for fennel to produce?

  10. Strawberry loves coffee and coffee grounds,but rain water makes my
    strawberries turn red very quick,a few days after any rain and all the
    berries turn bright red,even the tiny ones.Strawberries love lots of sun
    also,but bugs,snails and birds will eat them,so you have to pick them as
    soon as it turn red.
    I might craft a vented dome over my strawberries for protection from pest.

  11. Everything looks like it is underway and ready to take off. it is nice you
    will be able to share with your neighbor. :) )

  12. Got your channel subbed

  13. Urban Garden Survival Reply March 8, 2015 at 1:19 am

    Thanks for the garden tour… It looks like it is going to be coming along
    nicely :) 

  14. They should have different calendars for different zones. Mine says it’s
    spring but I know it’s not. I’m trying peanuts for the first time this
    year. My grandmother grew them but I was too young to see it. I’m amazed at
    the growth of peanuts after only seven days, the roots are crazy long.
    Expect a chicken video from me either today or tomorrow.

  15. Growing With God Reply March 8, 2015 at 2:52 am

    Beautiful garden

  16. Wonderful garden and tour. Keeeeep growing!

  17. DutchPointOfView Reply March 8, 2015 at 4:03 am

    Looking great! 

  18. Yay! Spring,! :D 

  19. Thank you for the tour. Your weather looks like Spring has sprung by you.
    You have a great variety of fruits and veggies. Great for the family. Will
    you be amending your new ‘in ground bed’? Do you use sheet mulching to kill
    the weeds? Thank you for sharing your joy.

  20. lucky you to have such huge space for gardening
    Enjoy

  21. Great tour ! I can’t wait for my spring ! Watch your rhubarb does not try
    to bolt. It will from time to time. If it looks like there is no leader
    coming up with the stalk I recommend taking it off. The reason is all the
    energy making the sugar will be diverted into the flower and the stalks
    will just be bitter. 

  22. Always enjoy your video’s & I’ve been getting some ideas how to plant in
    our yard. Can’t wait for all the snow to melt here so I can get started
    outside. I think this year I may build something to extend the season. 

  23. Looks like your garden is off to a great start :-) . Thank you for another
    great video. It helps me get great ideas of what to do in my garden :-) . We
    planted one of your scarlet runner bean seeds in our greenhouse a few weeks
    ago . It’s doing amazing. It’s a little over 4 feet tall now :-) . Thank you
    for the seeds by the way :-) . Our pea plants are doing amazing too. We had
    two peas ready to eat last sunday. So we had a little garden celebration
    over it :-) . Thank you again for you’re inspiring videos :-) 

  24. great videos.. can’t wait to get some land..

  25. TheBlindGardener Reply March 8, 2015 at 8:58 am

    Thank you for sharing… Nice garden!