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Growing a Fall Vegetable Garden in the Big City!

Growing a Fall Vegetable Garden in the Big City!

Here is an overview of our Fall Vegetable Garden in Dallas, Texas. Watch to learn so tricks and tips to have a successful and productive Fall Vegetable Garden.

Here is the link to How to Grow Garlic & Shallots…

Here is the start of our garden & how to prepare your bed for growing…

See more on our blog…
http://www.thelifeandtimesofthemarshalls.com/2012/11/harvesting-our-fall-vegetable-garden-yum.html

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Mexico – Winter 2017 – Tulum and Coba Maya Village

Coba

Visit temples and the legendary ballgame of this majestic archeological site. Follow the paths to arrive at the Nohoch Mul, the tallest temple in the whole Yucatan Peninsula, from the top of which you will enjoy breathtaking views of the amazing jungle that surrounds the site. Optional bike rental is available at the site.

Tulum

Visit the archeological site of Tulum and learn about the Maya culture and history of this beautiful ancient city that was occupied in 1200.

Maya Village

You will have the opportunity to see how the Maya live and learn from their culture and traditions.

Esmeralda – This Maya community still keeps a traditional lifestyle, learn about local flora and walk to the Cenote. Observe how the village has evolved with ecotourism and understand their social growth.
Swimming – A refreshing dip in the crystal, clear fresh water of the beautiful Cenote (underground cave).
Maya ritual – Be part of an authentic blessing ceremony that a Maya Shaman will perform with incense.
Traditional meal – Enjoy an authentic Maya menu including soup, chicken, vegetables, rice, beans and hand-made corn tortillas.

( Vacances d’hivers 2017 au Mexique (Playa del carmen) )
By Miguel Discart Photos Vrac 2 on 2017-12-07 09:20:37
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By |2017-12-30T14:54:54-08:00December 30th, 2017|Categories: Gardening Videos|27 Comments

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  1. Krishawn cockrell-bandy 2017-12-30 at 2:56 PM - Reply

    Beautiful garden. do you eat your broccoli leaves?

  2. LARK'S GARDENS 2017-12-30 at 2:56 PM - Reply

    Your garden is EXCELLENT! Thank you for giving us the names and varieties. I like how neat & tidy everything is. Did you amend the whole garden with the same amendments that you used in you garlic & shallot patch. I am in Wisconsin, zone 5. When preparing my gardens for Winter, I FINALLY located some Azomite & Glacier Rock Dust and worked it into my soil. In Spring when I plant, I will add the two again. I sure hope my plants will look as healthy as yours. Smiles, Lark

  3. Ira Handwerker 2017-12-30 at 2:56 PM - Reply

    great gardenyou have i am so impressed with the health of yor plants i live 2 places in south ks where im from but come to upstate ny alot to help my mom in the summer with her veggies i cant wait to try some cauliflower this fall your cauliflower looked perfect i bet it tasted amazing

  4. Info Eye 2017-12-30 at 2:57 PM - Reply

    amazing garden! you made me so hungry! what are you growing in? my son’s family is in Ft Worth; where are you purchasing all your materials? seeds? starts? what is your secret, dude?

  5. texgardener1 2017-12-30 at 3:05 PM - Reply

    Awesome Fall Gardening! Thanks for showing what can grow here in Texas during the Fall. The Fall Garden truly is our best gardening time.

  6. Backyardhomesteader 2017-12-30 at 3:07 PM - Reply

    Nice job! I subbed!

  7. Brandon & Meredith 2017-12-30 at 3:10 PM - Reply

    No slowly amended the soil over past few year. In Jan. I plan out just a large load of compost to add. Too expensive to buy bagged product for this large of a garden. This is also the first season to use Azomite, Will be adding much more for the spring

  8. netrich143 2017-12-30 at 3:12 PM - Reply

    Very nice brocoli.

  9. Sheds Direct Manchester 2017-12-30 at 3:13 PM - Reply

    How do you manage your garden to grow such plants very productive?As I’ve seen your simple garden, I am deeply encourage to set up my own vegetable garden. I have learned so much from your gardening tricks! 

  10. Brandon & Meredith 2017-12-30 at 3:15 PM - Reply

    Thanks for watching!

  11. Brandon & Meredith 2017-12-30 at 3:17 PM - Reply

    Thanks! Delicious too!

  12. Ira Handwerker 2017-12-30 at 3:21 PM - Reply

    also needed to comment how impressive the variety of veggied you grow all those crucifers are so healthy as well…..

  13. Info Eye 2017-12-30 at 3:24 PM - Reply

    the bok choy is great raw too. you can dip into your favorite dips. They work better if you sustainably harvest – pick the outer leaves while they still look delicious

  14. kittyhawk1027 2017-12-30 at 3:24 PM - Reply

    Your garden looks amazing !!!!!!!!!

  15. Brandon & Meredith 2017-12-30 at 3:25 PM - Reply

    Thanks for watching!

  16. Brandon & Meredith 2017-12-30 at 3:28 PM - Reply

    And yummy too! Thanks for watching!!

  17. Garden Sheds Kent 2017-12-30 at 3:30 PM - Reply

    Having a vegetable garden is really good. I see how you have made a very successful and productive plants. I’m very much lucky to have these valuable tips and tricks from you. I can now use and apply it in my own garden. Thanks.

  18. Brandon & Meredith 2017-12-30 at 3:33 PM - Reply

    YUMMY!

  19. Dan Rhomberg 2017-12-30 at 3:37 PM - Reply

    great season… good growth.

  20. Brandon & Meredith 2017-12-30 at 3:39 PM - Reply

    Yes that’s what we do with the lettuce & swiss chard too, just pick the outer leaves and let it grow!

  21. kittyhawk1027 2017-12-30 at 3:41 PM - Reply

    How is the flavor on the "Tom Thumbs"?

  22. dallaschica79 2017-12-30 at 3:42 PM - Reply

    Hi, I am a newbie at gardening. I was wondering how do you get the soil ready for a fall garden & abiut what time do I start planting? I live near Joe Pool Lake. Thanks for your tine.

  23. Brandon & Meredith 2017-12-30 at 3:44 PM - Reply

    The secret to any garden is the SOIL. Add compost and tons of it. Growing in our native soil with plenty of amendments! Every year I add something to the soil to make it better. Usually get most stuff from the local nursery’s around town. This time most was purchase at North Haven Gardens; seeds and transplants. Thanks for watching.

  24. 66scottfree 2017-12-30 at 3:46 PM - Reply

    I’m in Austin, and your garden puts mine to shame. great job!

  25. MassGardener 2017-12-30 at 3:50 PM - Reply

    Garden looks great

  26. Brandon & Meredith 2017-12-30 at 3:53 PM - Reply

    Yes the asparagus is great and easy to grow, just takes a few years than then your all set! Worth the wait! I think I have a past video of it growing in the spring. Thanks for watching!

  27. Carla Donaldson 2017-12-30 at 3:54 PM - Reply

    I’m so glad I found your channel! Loved seeing your fall garden! You’re just up the road from me — I’m down in Waco! That broccoli was AWESOME! I’m trying my first fall garden myself.

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