vegetable garden

In this episode I describe all different kinds of netting and garden row cover that I use on my plot.
These are essential for any organic, sustainable gardener and provide alternative to pesticide by preventing insects from getting to your veggies in first place.
VeggieMesh is in my opinion the best cover I had thus far prevents Carrot Fly, Cabbadge White Butterfly, Alium Leaf miner, Cabbage Moth altought keep in mind that this is not 100% guaranteed.
If you want to be sure to avoid any insects grow in polytunnel.

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So much it happening in our backyard organic suburban vegetable garden. Time to plant tomatoes, peppers, asparagus, and much more. What have we have been up to.

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My name is Laura and I, along with my husband, make gardening videos. I live in Eastern Oregon and garden in a zone 5. My parents own an independent garden center that I’ve worked at for over 10 years.

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580 S Oregon St
Ontario, Oregon 97914


Harvesting the vegetable garden located at our cabin at emerillion Lake, Labrador.

Special thanks to my great friend Darryl Collins who provided me with the drone video footage.

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Hello Everyone! In this video, I will discuss my top 3 flowers to grow in the garden!
I’ll also show you how to plant my #1 flower I think every gardener should grow.
Lastly, I’ll give you a complete vegetable garden tour of what I’m currently growing for my Spring garden.


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With spring in full bloom, Oprah is harvesting some of her most vibrant, delectable veggies yet! From cabbage the size of her head to leeks nearly as long as her arm, see the healthy and mouth-watering bounty Oprah pulled from her own garden. Plus, get her super-easy recipe for kale chips, and find out the one herb she says will make whatever you’re cooking taste even better. For more on #HarvestDay, visit


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Starting a vegetable garden is a simple and enjoyable endeavor. But it does take some planning. Don’t worry, that part’s not hard either. Check out our video to learn how to get started, then go grab yourself some supplies and go dig in the dirt! To view more How To articles, visit

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This week Charlie (my 2 year old) and I build our own raised vegetable garden! It was very easy, cheap and fun! We love using fresh veggies, fruits and herbs in the kitchen and are so excited to start growing our own from home!

Here are the steps we used:
1. Pick a sunny, well protected area for your garden
2. Choose your garden bed (either recycle something, purchase one or make your own.
3. Prepare your garden bed by covering the sides in plastic (if needed), and either cover the existing grass in cardboard by lining the base of your garden bed, or lay weed mats to prevent weeds growing up through your garden beds.
4. Fill your garden bed with soil, we were able to get a good quality organic soil delivered to our house by a local landscaping supply store, just call and inquire about what soil they recommend for veggies.
5. Get planting! Purchase veggies that your family love to eat and research companion plants to decide what to plant together.
6. Mulch your veggie patch well

Also remember that veggies are high maintenance plants they need regular watering (EVERY morning) and like to be feed at least once a fortnight (we use ‘Powerfeed Plant Food’

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