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potatoes part 1
i wouldnt be irish without a few spuds in the garden!
propagating ivy geranium
its that easy!
seems easy but a lot of people ask about it
HOW TO MAKE AN ARCHERY TARGET FOR $3, THAT WORKS!
asparagus, planting and growing
asparagus will give you crops for up to 20 years, brilliant!
building a cheap raised garden bed 2
wood fire stove, by request
could come in handy if the grid goes down, lol
netting fruit trees
netting my apple trees, finally! excuse the wind noise and plumbers crack, lol.
The Quarter Acre Project, slideshow thus far...
My back is achin! www.theproducegarden.com
how to save seeds, zucchini/courgette
Don't buy seeds, save em! check out the produce garden facebook page www.twitter.com/producegarden
growing lettuce-green mignonette
an easy place to start...lettuce!
recycled wheelbarrow planter
reduce reuse recycle
yes rhubarb, that long celery type thing that you cant eat raw and has poisonous leaves, great stuff!
tips for dealing with snails and slugs in your garden
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basic seed broadcasting
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mint is an avid runner so it needs its own place.
herbal teas, pineapple sage, lemon balm, lemon & honey
A great pick me up tea or add more lemon juice for a good vitamin kick when you have a cold!
THE PRODUCE GARDEN - growing asparagus
With a dedicated garden bed, you can enjoy your own asparagus for years and years
building a fruit cage 1
free gooseberries and blueberries for the possums? Not anymore!
How to make your own tomato sauce
I make this all the time, it's delicious! www.theproducegarden.com
growing peas and green manure crops
a good veg patch wastes nothing!
easy, delicous and you can get up to 4 crops from 1 plant!
How to get 100 onions from 1 onion
bartering system, it works!
a bit similar to my mignonette one
water barrier for trees
the first step
How to seed save peas, beans and legumes
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vegetable garden makeover
it'll take a while but it'll be worth it! www.theproducegarden.com become a fan on the produce garden facebook page!!!
growing and sowing fennel
fennel is easy to grow and you can eat the whole thing!
bird netting for apple trees
more free stuff
tyres! got 17 and I've got another 8 or so waiting!
garden pests-pear and cherry slug
left unchecked, these blokes can destroy a good tree.
DIY hoop frame for garden beds
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how to transplant asparagus crowns
so easy and crops for up to 18 years! check out my facebook page! www.theproducegarden.com Wanna help me out? Fill in the feedback form and ask for a Produce Garden TV show www.lifestylechannel.com.au/about/feedback.aspx
i was going to do a vid on planting the seeds but this is more interesting, i reckon
Products I use, sugar cane mulch
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lillies and liliums
final vid on my re-potting lillies "series", beautiful flowers
How to make your own "seed sheets"
Save your seed and stand tall! www.theproducegarden.com
Loquat trees, fruit and flowers
sowing and growing silverbeet
an easy way to start your veg patch
no dig garden
filling the garden bed that cost me $7.30 to build
THE PRODUCE GARDEN-Wild food, yabbies!
Often referred to as poor mans prawns, these fresh water crustacea are easy to catch and delicous to eat!
diggin out the dam
the produce garden gardening service
all facets of gardening
pear and cherry slug
look out for these blokes on your pears and cherries, menace.
tree transplanting 1
moving trees is best done in winter while the tree is semi/dormant.
Quick tip for mulching path ways
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Tip for new garden beds and cats
Pruning and planting bare rooted trees
beginning with olive trees
i've had olive trees for a few years and i'm still finding stuff out about them
recycling-carpet weed mats
dont throw it, use it!