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Learn all you need to know to get started gardening or to improve your existing vegetable garden! Buy it now!
Imagine harvesting 100's of pounds of Vegetables from your own backyard!
Ripe juicy tomatoes, delicious sweet corn or crisp lettuce. It's possible for any one that has a small back yard to grow surprising amounts of vegetables. A small 150 square foot plot can produce several hundred pounds of yummy veggies thru the spring, summer and fall.
In this Vegetable Gardening Basics course you will learn where to put your garden, when to plant it and what are some of the easiest veggies to grow. The course is designed to teach the new gardener the basics to get started. The course will also teach you more experienced gardeners some of the basic principals that you need to know to "pump up" your garden production:
Where to Grow Your Garden
When to Plant Your Garden
What to Plant in Your New Garden
Whether you are a new gardener or you have a few years under your belt you will find this course a great guide to improving your backyard garden. Please join our growing community of gardeners as we discuss the best practices for growing a great backyard vegetable garden!
Welcome to my Gardening Basics Video Course! Let's learn all the basics for starting a new garden!
Just a little bit about me!!
In this course we are going to learn where, when and what to plant in your garden!
I want you to start SMALL! No digging up 1/2 your backyard the first year you start gardening. Starting small is a much better way to ensure you will be successful.
In this section we are going to learn where to plant your garden.
This is a quick description of raised beds and how you can use them to be a successful gardener!
Flat gardens are the easiest way to get started gardening. The only thing that is required is a patch of soil and a little sweat!
Containers can be an important part of your gardening plan. In fact if you live in an appartment they may be your only garden until you are ready to buy some land!
Nothing is more important to a new garden than Sun! A sunny spot will help make your garden a success.
There are 3 types of soil, we will talk a little about each and what we can do to improve your soil.
Having water close by and a drip irrigation system really boost your success rate!
A quick summary of what we have learned so far!
Be sure you look up your hardiness zone and the dates of your average first and last frosts.
In this lecture we will look at Cool Weather Crops. You will learn what they are and the types of weather they like to grow in.
In this lecture we will learn about Warm Weather Crops and when to plant them.
This is a quick wrap up of what we have learned in this section. We also take a look at a good way to estimate when you should be planting your crops.
Now let's get into what plants are the best to grow in a new garden. In this section we will cover the 12 crops I think all new or struggling gardeners should start with.
Some veggies just grow better when planted as seedlings instead of seeds. We will talk about those and go through a list of what plants are best started as seedlings and what are best started as seeds.
This is a very quick look at the difference between Hybrid & Open Pollinated plants. And why we should care!
Here's a list of 7 easy to grow Cool Weather plants.
These 5 Warm Weather crops are where every new gardener should start.
Wrapping up the what to Plant section!
Well, now you know more than enough to go out there and get your hands dirty! Please ask any questions you might have in the comments section of this lecture!
This is a look at the other resources I have available to help you become an even better gardener! This includes all 4 of my video courses, my blog and social media accounts!
Hi guys, I'm Rick Stone and I’m a gardening fanatic! Over the last 19 years I've grown a large garden at my home and it seems like every year that garden gets a little larger! Most years we grow between 800 to 1100 pounds of fresh veggies for our table and tons of great flowers to make our yard look awesome.
I grow all of my own seedlings and we have learned how to extend our garden harvest to 365 days a year. Even in our zone 5b garden! Growing in cold frames and hoop houses is the key!!
I'm a graduate of the Utah State University Master Gardener program and have been teaching classes for many years on gardening basics and year round gardening. For the last year I have been teaching courses online to nearly 1000 students. Come join me and we will learn everything you need to know to have a successful garden!!