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Ted and Irene Goldsack, both 92, have maintained their sprawling garden and greenhouse since 1947 – and credit their longevity and health to their green thumbs.To read more:

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In this how-to video, TOH landscape contractor Roger Cook shows adults and kids how to build a raised bed out of rot-resistant lumber.


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Freezing temperatures don’t stop us from harvesting nutritious fresh produce from our garden. Please join me as I gather today’s harvest in mid-December.

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I’m passionate about an approach to organic gardening that is frugal, easy, sustainable, and works with nature to achieve amazing results. My videos will help you grow more healthy organic fruits and vegetables, while working less and saving money. I don’t push gardening products. I don’t hype bogus “garden secrets”. I provide evidence based strategies to help you grow a lot of food on a little land without spending much or working harder than you have to!

John from goes on a field trip to an a Backyard Vegetable Garden started just 8 months ago at a Mobile Home Park in Las Vegas, Nevada that was started with little money.

In this episode, you will learn about El Toro’s Backyard Vegetable Garden and why he started growing vegetables and how he started growing food using second hand merchandise he found on craigslist and

You will get a tour of this amazing organic garden and how he is growing many different types of vegetables and some of his learning experiences and growing pains he has faced over the last 8 months that he has been vegetable gardening.

John will highlight some of his favorite areas of the garden and what we can learn from this backyard garden of a new gardener who just started growing food this past season.

Finally, John will interview El Toro, a former competitive eater who has now turned to organic vegetable gardening to keep himself out of trouble and turn his health around.

Interview with El Toro
0:29:29 Interview with El Toro Starts
0:30:00 Is it true that you only started gardening this year?
0:30:25 What motivated you to start a garden?
0:34:50 Why did you start gardening in the first place?
0:40:20 So you use to be a Competitive Eater?
0:45:30 How did my videos affect your life?
0:47:15 Tell me about your shirt?
0:49:18 What are some crops that did the best for you this summer?
0:52:25 Why are you growing dandelions?
0:56:00 How did you get good deals on your gardening supplies?
1:01:54 What did you put in your soil to get these amazing results?
1:03:20 Any Final Words of Wisdom for my viewers today?

After watching this episode, you will learn how you can start to grow a vegetable garden using re-used materials you can get for free or cheap online and the most important gardening material you should not skimp on. You will also discover how you can diversify your garden and be successful no matter where you live. Plus you will learn about one cool tee-shirt and how it came to be.

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Best friends make the good times better!
Today, Molang and Piu Piu enjoy Spring in the best possible way.
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Molang is an affectionate and humorous perspective on the relationship between an eccentric, joyful and enthusiastic rabbit, and a shy, discreet and emotional little chick.

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John from goes on a field trip to a viewers home to share with you how she is growing food at her Condominium. You will discover how you can grow a lot of food in a small amount of space by using raised beds, containers, pallet garden, wine barrels, greenhouses and much more.

You will also learn you can make compost or worm castings at your condo or apartment by using a compost bin and worm bin.

Next, you will learn about the Community Garden at this Senior Condominium Complex and how the residents are growing food to feed themselves. You will learn how to keep unwanted animals, such as birds, rabbits, and other rodents out of your vegetable garden by using some inexpensive PVC pipe and bird netting.

Next, you will discover the best two ways to use some of your garden fresh vegetables that you grow in your garden to benefit you and increase your level of health.

Finally, John will interview Cecilia, the gardener and ask her why she started to garden, how gardening has helped her to become healthier as well as her tips on gardening.

After watching this episode, you will empowered to grow a vegetable garden at your condominium, apartment, townhouse or other small space.

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