We know that there are lots of busy gardeners out there. You’re trying to get fresh food on the table, but you have all these other priorities as well. There’s always lots going on.
What’s the easiest thing to grow when you’re busy? In this video, Stacey shares three crops she likes to grow and why she grows them together.
Grow greens with ease and enjoy fresh food even when you are busy!
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Just a comment about the cabbage moths. I learned this winter that Hyssop is supposed to attract the cabbage moth. If you plant hyssop away from your cabbage supposedly it’ll keep the cabbage moth off your cabbage. I’m growing some hyssop now in my flowee and will see what happens
Thank you. Great video!
Great video. The hostess states her thesis and then backs up her statement with facts and reason. Thanks for sharing.
i live in state of Qatar where temperature 5 month a year is around 50degrees cellcuce. it is also humid, sandy .
what can i grow? how? it is very confusing?
Thanks for the information. We ALL need this important information right now!
Thankyou Stacey! I began my tiny food garden last year and look forward maximizing space to grow all my greens. I will try this association. My heart flies to you in gratitude for all what I have learned. Vanessa from Mendoza, Argentina.
A friend of mine had very little space in front of her apartment, but usually planted radishes, which were easy to grow, grew quickly, and you could get lots of crops in a short time. I had a hill, at the top of which I had a compost pile, and I deposited a lot of seeds from acorn squash (I love squash), and I discovered that I had long “vines of acorn squash growing down the hill and giving me some nice production.
Hi Stacey, You are a Goddess. I caught this snippet & hope I can do the Chard which I love. My gardening is at a standstill. Wanting so much to do it but I know that there are events coming up that will disrupt it. Thank you.
Great hints as always. Love to hear your words of wisdom. Linda
I need the SUN you have there ,in Canada -Toronto Sun is blocked by Chemtrails ,but I do not give up grow the crops with big success.Many thanks for positive videos ,love Marek.
Great video. Never thought about growing leeks.
THANK YOU. It’s getting harder for me physically to garden, so I will grow chard, celery and leeks this year and see how that does. Love to get your tips.
Sounds like what I do, too. I grow leafy greens that the gophers don’t like to eat, like kale, collard greens, arugula, mint, sage, oregano, mustard greens. I eat them all year long, let them go to seed, they volunteer all over the garden. Mostly, I eat them raw, but they are great sautéed with garlic, which I also grow.
Just getting started gardening for food Looking for some ideas and a cheap DIY raised bed . I’m 71 with bad hip leg back & shoulders from a bad truck wreck
This info on easy to grow leeks, celery and chard is the motivation I needed to grow them. Your explanation was easy to understand. Thank you.
Stacy, I have been getting your emails and I just keep them erasing them. This is the first time I ever listen to a short video. I love the idea of growing leeks chard and celery. We live in a condo with not much room. So those three will work fabulous in a container. Thanks so much! Sending blessings of love, gratitude and peace.
GREAT Infor for this wanna-have-access to fresh, organic life-promoting Greens but too lazy to do much, as well as for my daughter. She has a demanding full-time profession, plus about 10 rental houses she maintains, also is a caring BEE-KEEPER. But is preparing to retire from her profession and enjoy traveling so will be forgoing the Bee Keeping and intensive gardening.
She has greatly enjoyed learning about Bee Keeping but will be without the time it takes to nurture them so if you know of anyone who might enjoy adding to their Hives or start anew, via her lovingly cared-for enterprise, please advise;-).
Stacey, Always love to learn from you. Thank you! Also, would marigolds as companion plants fend off the cabbage butterflies from the Kale?
Would those grow in hot Central Valley California in summer? Need shade?
Thanks so much for the great information about your experience with easy crops!