46 thoughts on “Vegetable Garden Tour (Homestead Garden Tour August 2019)

    Liz Zorab - Byther Farm

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

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    Dkool kool

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    Lovely gardener. Love your videos.
    From your experience, what heirloom beetroot and sugar beet would you recommend for someone planning self sufficient beetroot/sugar beet farming on medium scale.
    Objective is to allow bolting in the second year and seed harvesting for future.
    I live in Europe. Many seeds in the stores are often GMO or some F1 hybrids. Love to hear feedback from you or anyone else.

    Anna Zacharoff

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    Love listening to you ❤, but find the music really disturbing… Just to let you know. 🙂

    Jan Ledbetter

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    Loud music made it difficult to hear you.

    California Garden TV

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    Binge watching your videos,lol. You have such a soothing tone and explain things so well. Relaxing and educational!

    Susette Mukes

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    Really beautiful

    Sage and Sanctuary

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    Great update, everything is looking amazing 😀💚

    Jeffrey Milton

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    Most of my crops, particularly the brassicas, seem to have enjoyed the wet weather. Unfortunately it hasn't been appreciated by my tomatoes and potatoes, both of which have succumbed to the dreaded blight. Fortunately I grow lots of varieties of tomatoes and I still have some that seem to be immune to this scourge. Potatoes are being harvested and I'm cutting back the stalks of the main-crop.
    Thanks, lovely looking plot. Beetroot wine. I'm going to have to try that!

    Carol Dorsett

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    😊

    Mária Mátyás

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    Kedves Líz ! Nagyon tetszik amit értéket teremt a kertben ! Vennék olyan alacony növésű málnát ,vagy megírná milyen fajta ,hol szerezhető be ?

    GREEN RAVEN

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    Sowed my Hamburg parsley twice. Sprouted but did not grow. Probably try next year. Laura

    Cheryl Anderson

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    Hello! Just enjoyed 2 of your vids. this morning.

    Did you say you used your beet root for chutney & also wine? Are you referring to the round, dk red beets, which I love, but have never grown?

    Are you making wine entirely of beets, or adding some to flavor it?

    Ground hogs ate my lovely squash which grew in my compost pile this year! They've left the potato top growth alone, however.

    Years ago, butternut squash took over my compost pile. I had to keep moving the rambunctious stems off the lawn, so I could mow.

    It grew 29 of the best butternut I've ever eaten! The flesh was a deep, pink hued orange! The 2nd year, my compost pile gave me 26 lovely butternuts!

    I'd love to grow some greens now ( Zone 5 in Massachusetts, US) but now the rabbits, groundhogs, skunks, & raccoons have discovered my yard, & would eat it all to the ground. I watched chipmunks eat all my blueberries.

    I just can't afford to pay someone to fence in my back yard, frankly, so enjoy watching gardeners like you on YouTube, & only dream of growing beets, squashes & all my greens.

    Those white beans sound good. What type are they, please?

    Ruby Gray

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    "… And this is Monty." He deserves his own cameo! Like One Yard Revolution's garden cat Oscar, who steals the show, and has even starred in a couple of feature films!
    Your garden is glorious! Thank you for taking the time to show us how you achieve this through the seasons. The bean trellis is obviously a triumph.
    Lovely to hear 'The Merry Peasant'. I am ashamed to admit that this is the only piece I learned by heart after several years of piano lessons!

    marie bevan

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    Would you recommend the Oregon sugar pod for taste and tenderness? I grew purple teepee beans this year masses of them but we weren’t overly keen on the taste much prefer our English runner bean.

    Carol Rich

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    Liked the video but not the music. Happy gardening 🌻🌻

    PJ D

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    One of my pet peeves is the loud music, at times it drowned you out, so just don't have the music, sorry to be blunt about it, it cost you a thumbs up!

    Cheers Liz, as you have said some things have done really well with this years unseasonal weather, my blueberries have done extremely well.

    ♻️Happy Gardening……..🥕Terry King 🌞

    Bethan's Kitchen & Garden

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    Hi Liz, great plot tour. Your perennial beans look great. Have you lost weight recently as you can really see it in this video, you look fab as does your garden. Take care Bethan 😊

    Inside Kate's Kitchen

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    Liz, your garden looks amazing. Good work. Than ks for the share.

    Rough-Hewn Homestead

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    Your garden looks wonderful! I would love to try some climbing Borlotti next year. I grew Borlotti this year for the first time. I had heard you and others (mostly UK folks) commenting on enjoying Borlotti's–I'd never heard of them. When I found out they are what I have always known as "Cranberry Beans", I decided to give them a go. SOOOO glad that I did. I bought a pack from Baker Creek and planted, and I bought a small bag of Cranberry Beans" (for cooking) at the grocery store and planted those too–to see how they compared. Pretty much the same thing. I am so happy that I tried them, as we'll have some of our own dried beans to cook this winter! Which do you prefer—climbing or bush? (All I could get was bush variety.) Congratulations on a great 2019 garden! God bless. 🙂

    Maggie Jones

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    Lovely informative video but please, no music, your voice is perfect.

    Pete Morgan

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    Lovely update Liz, I love the accidental self sown. I managed to salvage my runner beans which took a battering from the wind snapping the bamboo poles under the strain. It was interesting to see how developed your sweetcorn is. Mine is considerably behind having seen yours.

    Linda penney

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    Awesome update thank you for sharing Liz and making these videos

    Shuna2011

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    🥕🌶🥦🌺😍

    Lorraine g

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    Great work Liz, thanks for another look into your gardening world, it all looks fabulous. Your succession planting is a credit to you. Hope one day my garden and allotment can be even a quarter as good as yours.

    Stephen Little

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    You certainly have an amazing growing verities of vegetables you lucky hard working Girl you. I wish I had something like that. But I am not able to. So I love watching yours Grow. Thanks.

    Ann matthews

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    Great garden tour liz, your veg has grown very well 😀

    Leanne Mayor

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    The garden is looking wonderful Liz. Abundance ,must be so exciting . I’ve moved my strawberries into a bed and even though we’ve been down to -2c they are doing ok , my passion fruit should give me fruit in summer, I was showing my grandsons my strawberry plants and jax asked can I have one now. I said no baby they aren’t ready to eat just yet, a few minutes later he found one of my red hibiscus and declared ! Look nana it’s a strawberry tree lol. That made my week . Anyway great video Liz ,well done xox

    family tea and lots of yarn.

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    My garden is so scorched right now. Consistently 42 plus every day. Can't wait for it to break, having said that i have more lemons than i know what to do with, my olive tree is so laden and my fig tree has hundreds of huge plump figgies!!!! Another few weeks and we will have a bumper harvestxxx

    WineBerry Farm

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    Thank you for such a beautiful garden tour, I made two raise beds this year and have just re-planted them with turnips and radishes my first fall gardening planting. You have really encouraged me to try a late garden.

    Diane Charles

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    Liz, your garden farm is so beautiful, I have had a very sad summer with loss of
    My mom and school friend- my garden did some what good, was able to can and freeze some vegetables. Fortunately my chickens have given us lots of eggs and I am able to sell them at the market.i have missed you . Sending love ❤️

    Bec and Conor

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    Subscribed! Fellow homesteader here, but in Australia!!! Parents to 2 country kids! Possibly moving to ranch life in Canada! Feel free to subscribe to our channel too 😘

    Joyce Anastasi

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    Hi Liz, Thanks for another great video.
    Have you done a video about growing plants as a sacrifice for the butterflies? I would love to know more about that.

    Over The Garden Gate

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    Gorgeous garden, Liz! Everything is doing so well!

    Kathphlox

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    Well that's weird, my purple podded peas have been fantastic, they have been feeding me for weeks.

    Hilltop Farm

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    It's all looking fabulous Liz.

    Lyn Maunsell

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    Enjoyed the tour thanks Liz, you’re still producing plenty 😀

    Kerry L

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    Most definitely a success and well deserved. Very impressed with your bean frame – well done. We tested mine – it was well sturdy but this Saturday down it went! I think I will have to use your idea – you should patent it! LOL!

    Steven Dowden

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    all looking great well done liz

    margaret sofocleous

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    Thumbs up to you Liz.

    yellowlabrador

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    your garden is wonderful, I seem to be about 4 weeks behind you. I hope for an indian summer. My grapes look good for this year.

    Warrior of the Light

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    With our naturally changing climate I think perennial vegetables are the way to go if you haven't got cover.

    Anna williams

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    Wow Liz. What a success your vegetable garden is. And I love your pathways . I just love volunteer vegetables and squashes . I'm about to pop into the garden and neck my squash and tomatoes. Thanks for a lovely video xx💟💟

    what a shambles

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    Looking great Liz 👍🏻

    Homebird Farm - UK

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    The corn looks great, it's stood up to the wind!

    Angela Filkins

    (February 21, 2020 - 3:25 am)

    What a fabulous garden!

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