Witness the Evolution of a Kitchen Garden

European potager themed vegetable garden. Naturally grown without the use of pesticides or herbicides or fungicides of any kind. This garden includes heirloom vegetables, fruit, flowers, and herbs on a 2300 sq ft plot. No synthetic fertilizers used, compost added annually for over 12 years. Includes raised bed Square Foot Garden, wildlife habitat, vertical structures, grafted tomatoes, low tunnel cloche, & companion planting for a four season harvest. Produce donated to Ozarks Food Harvest. This is one of several Master Gardener Demonstration Gardens at Nathanael Greene|Close Memorial Park, 2400 S Scenic Ave., Springfield, Mo. You’re invited to stroll through the garden during park hours to observe, learn, and enjoy! Learn more here: friendsofthegarden.org/discover/visit/map-of-gardens If you’re inspired to try something different in after watching this video, please don’t hesitate to email to tell us what you’re trying in your own garden. Gardener Hotline: 417-881-8909 Our Kitchen Garden newsletter: cli.gs Like What You See? Contact: NatGreeneVeg{at}gmail.com Kitchen Garden | Vegetable Garden | Potager | Square Foot Garden

25 Responses to “Witness the Evolution of a Kitchen Garden”

  1. I really enjoyed the video, thank you.

  2. TheWholefoodfarmacy Reply November 23, 2011 at 2:25 am

    Very nice vidio awesome

  3. So inspiring! I have a potager, too!

  4. just beautiful!

  5. Excellent!

  6. Wonderful garden!! When people work together great things can happen. Thanks for the video I hope you do another one.

  7. Quite possibly the nicest vegetable garden video on You Tube! Hope you’re planning another for 2010. You gave me some great ideas for my own garden. Thanks.

  8. absolutly beautiful.

  9. @MikeTheGardener It looks like iPhoto on the Mac to me :)

  10. What a great montage… and a beautiful garden.

  11. Congratulations on passing 10,000 views. I am about a dozen of those – I love it and have passed the link to all I know. However, I am curious at what program you used to get the ‘Ken Burns effect’ in the video. Care to Share?

  12. Love the gorgeous structures and trellises flowing with vines and such. The bare structures you show being lashed and crafted are very inspirational.

    A number of our new community gardeners have taken inspiration from them and are creating their own garden art. They probably had the talent, but you gave them permission to go for it.

  13. Really great to see comunities growing food together.

  14. That was awesome, wonderful to see people working together to create something beautiful. Great job!

  15. For the people interested – the music is Your Hand In Mine from Explosions In The Sky

  16. Great video! Farming and nature….creation and art. Fantastic! Thanks Beardedyoungman for the share.

  17. So inspiring! great work, Great community vibes from this. Great message, Great cause! So beautiful=D

  18. That was just beautiful…. It made me cry…. REALLY

  19. Stumbled across this video , Glad did its the first day of spring here in New Zealand , Thank you for the inspiration and Congratulations on a Fabulous job (Well done)

  20. Fantastic vidoe – inspirational community gardening – congratulations to all.

  21. arkansashorsetrails Reply November 23, 2011 at 11:24 am

    Beautiful garden! I loved watching it go from soil to vegetables & flowers. The painted markers are very nice.Kudos to everyone for working together.

  22. That was truly a wonderful presentation. I loved seeing the garden grow right before my very eyes. Thanks for the inspiration!

  23. Wonderful!

  24. I have loved watching this garden grow. This is a beautiful presentation of a splendid garden.