Big October Vegetable Garden Harvest (Zone 5): Local Food at Its Best! πŸ…πŸŒΆοΈ πŸ₯—

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It’s late October, but there’s still a lot to harvest from our zone 5 garden. Please join me for a walk around the garden as I gather today’s harvest.

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Highlights:
0:15 Flamingo Beans
2:20 Malabar Spinach
4:02 Paris Market Carrots
4:58 Tokyo Market Turnips
5:04 OSCAR EATING CATNIP!
6:04 Straight 8 Cucumbers
7:06 Honey Drop Tomatoes
7:41 Trionfo Violetto and Kentucky Pole Beans
7:54 Blue Berries Tomatoes
8:03 Black Cherry Tomatoes
8:34 Sweet Million Tomatoes
8:44 Marvel of Venice Beans
9:19 Diamond Bell Pepper
9:24 Jimmy Nardello Pepper
9:29 Orange Sun Bell Pepper
9:36 Cayenne Pepper
9:44 Chocolate Bell Pepper
10:13 Japanese White Egg Eggplant
10:27 Black Beauty Eggplant
10:38 Sweet Potato Leaves
10:54 OSCAR!

Recipes:

Thambuli: http://swayampaaka.com/thambulitambli-recipes/basale-soppina-tambuli-mangalore-spinach-tambli/

Baingan Bharta: http://www.vegrecipesofindia.com/baingan-bharta-recipe-punjabi-baingan-bharta-recipe/

Chow Fan Su Ye: http://www.chubbypanda.com/2006/08/chao-fan-su-ye-sweet-potato-leaves.html

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OYR Frugal & Sustainable Organic Gardening says:

Highlights:
0:15 Flamingo Beans
2:20 Malabar Spinach
4:02 Paris Market Carrots
4:58 Tokyo Market Turnips
5:04 OSCAR EATING CATNIP!
6:04 Straight 8 Cucumbers
7:06 Honey Drop Tomatoes
7:41 Trionfo Violetto and Kentucky Pole Beans
7:54 Blue Berries Tomatoes
8:03 Black Cherry Tomatoes
8:34 Sweet Million Tomatoes
8:44 Marvel of Venice Beans
9:19 Diamond Bell Pepper
9:24 Jimmy Nardello Pepper
9:29 Orange Sun Bell Pepper
9:36 Cayenne Pepper
9:44 Chocolate Bell Pepper
10:13 Japanese White Egg Eggplant
10:27 Black Beauty Eggplant
10:38 Sweet Potato Leaves
10:54 OSCAR!

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Dan Rhomberg says:

Awesome harvest.

house of hurleys says:

Great video! Do you have a link to where I could buy some flamingo beans? I've searched online and can't find any. They are so pretty in the garden!

cookinmom says:

I have mostly shade in the winter, any winter plants that grow well (names of variety’s) in shade that u really like??!?

Andrew Lockwood says:

Had a nice harvest of squash this year. Leaving a few to get "too big to eat", so that some will have some seeds I can use next year.

Gordon Booth says:

Just a thought. I have a similar garden and decided to grow in my path's for even bigger harvests! Also wood chips. So collection started with apple chamomile, different tymes low growing, list growing, working great. Appreciate all your hard work. Thanks again…

Isaac Frerichs says:

Patrick: Will you freeze the malabar spinach or do ya'll eat it fresh? Thats a lot that you harvested!

Hevo Foro says:

Do you use the carrot greens in any dishes?

th studio says:

This is so satisfying. I just want to keep watching…

Michael Galbraith says:

Hi πŸ™‚ my husband and I get so inspired by your videos, thank you for taking the time to create them. We grew malabar spinach for the first time and have a huge harvest of it, we were wondering how you store yours. Do you freeze It?
Thanks, Mike and Natalie

Debbie M says:

I never knew you could eat sweet potato leaves! I will try that for sure, thank you πŸ™‚

Diane Miles says:

That's the best late October harvest I've ever seen. Are the wine caps still producing?

Taman Inspirasi says:

wow big harvest,,, your garden looks wonderful …. lets visit my garden

McDowall Manor says:

One heck of a harvest mate. Congrats. I like that you mentioned some interesting recipes with the different plants. I'll pop back and do some research on some of those to help use my own crops in different ways. Cheers mate.

Inger Haugland says:

That's an impressive harvest! And this late in the season too πŸ˜€

Nitika Singh says:

Wow!!!!πŸ˜„πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

helle hansen says:

Sounds like a good series showing what you harvest through the year. Our harvest is not quite as prolific as yours, but we're still drowning in tomatoes which we're really enjoying. Apart from all that sun, what else do chilies need? Lots of fertiliser/water etc.? Mine have not been a success at all, although we did enjoy the one – 1 – Nardello pepper πŸ˜‰ – almost missed most of the turnip harvest, too busy watching Oscar eat his catnip!

Southpaw Davey urban farm. says:

Great stuff its been warm no frost here in the long range forecast I pulled our sweet potatoes yesterday. The result was good for two plants. I have a lot of ripe beans to harvest and the yacon but i will wait till the frost for the yacon.

Tom Maisey says:

Oscar had that look of "I've been caught" when he was munching on the catnip! How do you deal with Oscar doing his business? Our cat goes to the toilet outside, we plan to grow some fruits in our garden beds, but I'd also like to grow some underground vegetables which means cat poo is a bit of a concern. Do you have any tips? Gross question…

robert tucker says:

These are my favourite videos that you do. Plus the recipe ideas take it to a whole new level by linking growing and cooking.
Oscar didn’t look too happy when we interrupted his catnip meal! Swooshing tail!

joe pacholik says:

I have marveled all summer at how beautiful and productive your plants have been. The only summer survivors for me have been my peppers and a few cherry tomato plants. I am still planning on using shade cloth next year to see if I can extend my summer garden into the hotter days. You have given me many ideas for my summer garden next year. I am growing more varieties of cherry tomatoes, the Trionfo Violetto beans, and the Japanese White Egg eggplant for sure. Take care.

rpg metanoia says:

All fresh from the garden, this is typical garden that I want, very inspiring video. Thank you sharing this with us. Keep it up and spread green.

Rick Ballard says:

Awesome results thanks for sharing

kaisenji says:

Just awesome!

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