Containers, Quick Bed Amending, Peas & Broccoli, Rabbit Protection :Community Garden 2017 [Part 1]

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Gary Pilarchik
March 26, 2017

This is video 1 of my 2017 Community Garden series. A quick introduction to my garden. I show you basic container use, an easy way to amend raised bed soil to plant transplants, ways to plant peas in containers. trellising, greens planting and rabbit protection. Lots of ideas for your gardens!

January Organic Seed Starting

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January 25, 2017

We are teaching ourselves how to garden organically. This is our 2nd year gardening in Zone 7B using open-pollinated, heirloom seeds. Our first year, we just threw some seeds in the garden to see if anything would grow. This year we are a bit more organized (just a bit). We are still experimenting with different techniques and seeds to see what works for us. Today we are starting onions, cabbage, peas, broccoli, artichokes, and celery.

Planting (Cool Weather) Radishes, Lettuces, Kale, Mustard Greens, Peas & Beets: Seeds & Transplants

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Gary Pilarchik
September 13, 2016

These plants love cool weather! This is an all organic planting of radishes (by seed). Lettuces, Kale, Mustard Greens, Beets and Peas go in as transplants. I am using bagged compost and organic fertilizer. I show you the ground prep, fertilizing and planting of these crops. Lots of tips as I talk.

Seed Starting Cool Weather Crops Outdoors In Seed Trays & Discounted Organic Fertilizers

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Gary Pilarchik
August 8, 2016

A lot of fertilizers are on sale now as it is the end of the season. Save a lot of money and look for sales. Now is great time to start your cool weather crops in seed cells, outdoors, for you fall garden. Get your peas, beets, spinach and greens started now in seed trays. You can grow cool weather crops up until the first hard frost.

TRG 2016: Tour #2 Tips for Using A Spring Greenhouse, Acclimation (Sun), Peas: Cool Weather Crops!

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Gary Pilarchik
March 10, 2016

In the second tour for 2016, I talk about the frame I recommend for a pop-up/collapsible greenhouse and give you tips for keeping it warm. I also highlight the weakness of this basically 3 year greenhouse. My containers are ready for peas and greens, a quick tip on perennial flowers and I describe what acclimation is so your indoor seed starts don’t burn in the sun. Plus a quick look at everything that is growing.