Setting Up a NEW Garden Space + Planting Onions & Potatoes! ???????????? // Garden Answer

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20 Replies to “Setting Up a NEW Garden Space + Planting Onions & Potatoes! ???????????? // Garden Answer”

  1. There is gardening and there is Garden Answers gardening. I love seeing the tractor tilling the soil and the immense length of drip tape. All of this and it is still a home garden planted with love and for the family’s enjoyment. thank you for providing us with such beautiful lessons in gardening. ❤

  2. I can't wait for the sunflowers to line the fence. It would also look great with Zinnias in front of it. It really is turning out to be a farm.

  3. Laura, God bless you. Your heart is so big toward your community. Amazing land development.

  4. Will you use cardboard and mulch in between the two sections to use as a walkway?

  5. Any particular reason you're putting the vine crops at the far end instead of the closer end where you could reduce the amount of irrigation tube? Thanks for showing us your great projects!

  6. oh my gosh I was wondering when you were gonna do a high tunnel!!!!! God Bless

  7. Hi Laura and Aaron, This video inspired a question about seedlings and plant starts, but first I want to say, Thank you. On April 30, 2022 my 93 y.o. father died. Surprising to me, one of the ways I've coped with my grief is watching YouTube Gardening channels and applying my learnings in my own garden. Your channel is one of my favorites. I have learned so much. Thank you! Now for my question. I have always struggled with seedlings. I love growing plants from the little miracle that is a seed, but I probably only have 10-25% success in getting perennials from seed to an established plant. This year I started seed in trays with 1" by 2.25" cells. These were hardy varieties that I hardened off starting on about March 30 in my zone 8b garden (bringing them in if the forecast was at freezing or below). In spite of regular water and fertilizer, they stopped growing as soon as the hardening off started. After last hard frost date (4/15) I set many of them in the ground, and they still aren't putting on growth. What am I doing wrong?

  8. We begin gardens as wild places, then in a few seasons they look domestic! With the right equipment, anything is possible. So many will benefit!

  9. With the prices I bet your family and friends can use all the help they can get.

  10. Have you considered moving your wisteria to the fence line on the new property?

  11. Boy, that Paul is a gift!!! I love how you always tell us how he & Bethany are such self-starters and excellent employees. I just so appreciate the hard work they put in to help you and Aaron. I do wish I had a Paul & Bethany though…????

  12. Love this half baked plan Laura! If I was a child I would spend my whole summer in this area. What an amazing space for Benjamin and Samantha Grace to play, dream, and snack

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