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How to Get Popcorn off the Cob

NORTHERN UTAH, by Rick Stone of Our Stoney Acres Published on Oct 19, 2018 How to get your Popcorn off the Cob This weeks 5 Minute Friday Gardening Tip answers a question I had from a viewer a few weeks back. The question was how do you get your cured popcorn off the cob? I’ve tried …Read more »

How to Grow Gooseberries from Planting to Harvest

U.K., by GrowVeg Published on Nov 23, 2018 Gooseberries are reliable, easy-to-grow fruit bushes that yield a profusion of sumptuous berries. They’re the ideal choice for anyone new to growing fruit. The berries are delicious in jams, desserts and more. You won’t regret planting a gooseberry bush or two! In this short video we show …Read more »

No-Dig Veg-Gardening Fall Prep

SACRAMENTO, CA by Davide Antonicelli In this video I’m showing how I prepare a legumes bed for the fall, with no dig in mind. I layer worm castings, steer manure, and unfinished compost, water it down and start planting.

Growing And Harvesting Microgreens

WASHINGTON STATE, by Misilla at Learn to Grow #microgreens #microgreen #gardening Growing and Harvesting Microgreens Indoors. Microgreens are more nutrient dense than their mature counterparts. Are you growing any indoors? Some can be harvest within seven to fourteen days after sowing. Below are some literature on microgreens. Thanks for watching! Misilla Tiny Microgreens Packed With Nutrients – …Read more »

Overwintering Peppers, Lemon, Ground Cherry, Lemongrass

WASHINGTON STATE by Misilla at Learn to Grow How to overwinter plants. Today, I prepped my peppers, lemongrass, Meyer Lemon and ground cherry. I hope you enjoy and thanks for watching! Misilla Below are affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I earn commission! Your support will assist me on future projects and videos. Thank …Read more »

How to Grow Lettuce Indoors

CALIFORNIA, by CaliKim Garden&Home DIY How to grow lettuce indoors – bring your garden inside this winter by growing lettuce indoors no matter what the weather is outside – it’s quick, simple and inexpensive! Follow the tips in this video and you’ll be harvesting your own fresh, tasty, lettuce indoors in just a few weeks. …Read more »

Do This For A Bigger Asparagus Harvest!

NEW JERSEY, by The Gardening Channel with James Prigioni If you want bigger asparagus harvests their are a few things I will share today that will help ensure that. Subscribe:… Facebook: LAWN TO HIGH PRODUCTION FOOD FOREST: CUCUMBERS, Everything You Need To Know! 5 TIPS FOR BUILDING HEALTHY SOIL:

Harvesting Sunchokes in Early December

NOVA SCOTIA, CANADA, by Maritime Gardening I started growing sunchokes (aka Jerusalem artichokes) about 2 years ago, and my what a tasty and easy plant they are to grow! In this video I talk about growing and harvesting them, and then dig some up and show what they look like. If you enjoyed this content, …Read more »

Care & Culture of Christmas Cactus

CONNECTICUT, by Logee’s Plants Christmas Cactus are some of the most famous houseplants that brighten the winter days. Learn how the shortening day length, paper sun exposure and cooler temperatures bring these beauties into flower. For more information visit-

The Tick – Lyme – Barberry Connection

MARYLAND, by the UMD Home and Garden Information Center Invasive barberry can increase deer tick populations AND increase how many of those ticks carry Lyme disease as well! Learn more about managing barberry:… University of Maryland Extension, Home and Garden Information Center. Send in your plant and pest questions! Our certified horticultural professionals answer for …Read more »

How to Build a Barrel Root Cellar

INDIANA, by Dean Leatherman This is a project building small root cellars out of 55 gallon plastic drums patterned from the information in Purdue Extension Application note HO-125. This is my nephew Ben lending me a hand. It is January and they are working great. Additional info: you do have to put a drain hole …Read more »

How to Set up a Root Cellar

NORTH DAKOTA by the Tractor Supply Company It’s easy to store your home-grown vegetables long term with a Root Cellar. This old-fashioned practice will help keep your produce fresh and nutritious all winter long. Read our lawn and garden articles here::…