Farm to Coop to Table: Food Justice in Urban Agriculture

>>WHERE IT GROWS AND WHERE IT GOES, THIS WEEK OUR TOPIC IS FOOD AS IT MATTERS TO OUR BODIES AND TO OUR COMMUNITIES. I’LL TALK WITH FARMERS AND CITY DESIGNERS WHO ARE CREATING EQUITABLE FOOD SYSTEMS AND HEAR ABOUT THE FIGHTS THAT ARE BREWING OVER URBAN LAND AND AGRICULTURE. THAT’S ALL COMING UP ON THE […]

November garden tour – small garden trees in the Middlesized Garden

Hi there, it’s Alexandra from the Middle- sized Garden YouTube channel and blog and it’s the November garden tour and the November garden, I think is really all about the trees. The Middle-sized Garden is a town garden – and it is middle- sized – it’s a hundred feet long and 80 feet wide in […]

What Is Hydroponics: Amazing Advantages Over Soil-Based Agriculture

Hydroponics is a farming technique that uses up to 95% less water than traditional agriculture and yet water is what it relies on instead of soil. How can Hydroponics revolutionize the way we farm in the 21st century? Hydroponics does not rely on soil. Instead of growing in the earth, the plants are placed afloat […]

Propagating Money Tree in Water – Part 1

hi guys welcome to easy-peasy gardening I’m your gardener friend Ruchi and today I’m going to show you to propagate the money tree or malabar chestnuts or the scientific name of this plant is pachira aquatica. It is a native plant of South and Central America and it grows in wet lands and that’s why […]

How to Build a Greenhouse: Bootstrap Farmer High Tunnel Kit

hey everybody welcome back to another nature’s always right episode today I’m gonna be showing you how I built my bootstrap farmer greenhouse this is a 10 foot by 20 foot greenhouse all the parts and plastic and the kit is from bootstrap farmer com if you don’t know who they are they’re one of […]

Southeast Gardens | PERMACULTURE HOMESTEAD Backyard Food Forest | Travelogue

Leaving Lizzy Lou’s Family Farm on my drive to Permaculture Homestead, I passed through the Black River Preserve. The river, characterized by meanders, oxbows, artesian springs and mature swamp forests, is stained it’s dark tea color from the tannins of dying vegetation. The best way to see it is in a canoe, but I had […]

ENORMOUS ONZE Greenhouse Allotment Garden Tour | Almere, Netherlands

My first full day in the Netherlands was spent with Late Bloomer follower Paul Solleveld. He came to Driebergen to pick me up from Becky’s and drive me to Almere, the newest city of the Netherlands, which was built on land reclaimed from the sea. The first house was finished in 1976 and by 2017 […]

INDOOR GARDENING – An Introduction to Basics

Hello Friends! In today’s episode, we will discuss on some useful basics on indoor gardening like what are the types of indoor gardening, what are the benefits of growing plants indoors, plant grow lights, air purifying indoor plants and many more topics will be covered. Starting today, we will try to build a new playlist […]

Organic Urban Farming on a 1/2-Acre Property – Urban Abundance

The vision that leads urban gardener is the creation of culture that is generous and abundant. I like the idea of you know abundant food sources and in a beautiful landscape is a given culturally like an infrastructure of care you know woven into neighborhoods The property here is a half acre in the heart […]

How to Grow LOOFA (Luffa) for Sponges | Late Bloomer | Episode 15

I’m Kaye, and I’m a late bloomer. (whistling theme music) Like many people, I used to think loofa sponges came from the ocean. But, loofa is a member of the cucurbit family. Last year, I was introduced to the plants growing at my friend Sheri’s in Tennessee and she gave me seeds to try. Today […]