Late October Garden Harvest and Tour ๐Ÿ‘จโ€๐ŸŒพ

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It is late Fall and the gardens are still producing a lot of food, so let’s jump in and see how they are growing!

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49 COMMENTS

  1. Hi James! I'm hopeful that you see this comment. I hope it offers you a little extra appreciation, pride, and inspiration.

    I've been following your channel for probably 2 years by now. You inspired me to start my first garden and you e become somewhat of an authority figure in my mind when it comes to gardening.

    Last year, my oldest son turned 3. It was his first year really being active in our garden. He planted his first seeds, watered his first seedlings, and harvested his first vegetables and berries.

    This year, we moved to Poland and have acquired 10 acres, where we are building our dream homestead. Our kids are now 5 months, almost 2, and almost 4 (in may).

    My almost 4-year-old is OBSESSED with your channel and it gives me so much joy that every time he wants to watch a video, he says, "Mama! I want to watch James' garden!"

    And everytime you harvest a fruit or vegetable, he jumps with joy and shouts "mama, a tomato! Oh, look! A cucumber! WOW an apple!!"

    It's an incredible feeling. I'm so grateful to you and your channel. Thank you for all of it!!!

  2. Love your enthusiasm! I read a Chinese proverb lately which I think you will like …"The best fertilizer is the gardener's shadow." Looking forward to more great videos and getting my garden going this spring here in the Pacific Northwest (Surrey, BC). You've given me incentive for a variety of food plants: apples and other stone fruit (espaliered on my back fence), peach, blueberries, currents, and tons of annuals. I can send photos when it comes together if you like. Cheers!

  3. Hi James, I thought those big green round in the THUMBNAIL were guava .Now watching they are in fact green apples.waw cute ,always enjoy you.Would you have guava,or POMEGRANATE and yes I remember you have digs as well . As always blessed crop and harvest.

  4. We call the yellow melon โ€œrock melon โ€œin Australia . Itโ€™s quite sweet. I loved when you bit one piece and your expression says it all James .๐Ÿ˜€

  5. James, I am plagued by rats, that steal or spoil all my tomatoes as well as blossom end grubs. I sometimes catch 4 rats a night but it makes no difference. I run a moth lamp at night and try to catch as many as I can. I use exclusion bags on my tomatoes, but I am losing the battle. I get 1 out of eight of my tomatoes. Any Ideas!!!!!!!!!!!??????? I live on the edge of a Raiforest

  6. Lowering tomatoes to different sticks is indeed a neat trick. In addition to flowers being pretty, they bring a lot of pollinators into the garden and some also hopefully predatory insects. By the way, have you considered having a beehive in your garden?
    I just envy your climate there – here at 58 N it has been "November" for a 1.5 months already. However, having your great video of putting a hinged double-layer hoop over the raised bed as an example, I have had great success here with radishes and lettuces. They do just fine during the day at +5..+15C inside the hoop and close to zero temperatures at the night doesn't hurt them.

  7. The yellow oranges may not be a functional food but it may work great as a natural cleaner and highlighter for hair. I know you're not big on processing but if you know anyone who makes those type of products they might want to try it

  8. Go to the SPCA or SisCa and get a kitten there the mutts of dogs and cats tend to be hardier when they are given a good start in life like with their shots and being spade or neutered. . Plus you are saving a life and with cats they don't need a lot of tending get two. they will cuddle with Tuck too especially if you get kittens and they grow up with him. And don't forget to get them insurance i hope Tuck has some. Vet bills can be really expensive for all animals but as good guardians regular visits are a must.

  9. Did I hear it right? There's going to be a cat soon? I'm excited. I hope you can check out if there is animal shelter in your area where you can adopt a cat. ๐Ÿ˜Š

  10. Every time I watch thisvideo it scares me with you having that huge knife exspeacily near Tuck. Omy I can't imagine Tuck going to the knife and licking the juices off of it.๐Ÿ™ˆ. Let's just leave that knife inside lol!!๐Ÿถ๐Ÿฅฐ

  11. Definitely get a cat! Any medium hair domestic would be my suggestion, rescue the one that you connect with! My partner always has an excess of names ready, and we think "Capers" the cat would suit you well ๐Ÿ™‚

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