Our TOP 10 Favorite Fall & Winter Gardening YouTube Videos!

1. Vegetables You Can Plant in the Winter to Garden Year Round

"John shares with you some vegetables he is planting in the winter in his mild-climate. In this episode you will discover some common and more uncommon leafy green vegetables that you can grow in the winter time if your area gets light frosts." 


2. Fall and Winter Garden Plans, Pacific Northwest Garden Mom

"Make sure to check with you local extension office for frost dates. You can start seeds indoors 12 to 14 weeks before the first day of frost to get a head start."


3. Making Fall/Winter Gardening Easier & More Bountiful

"OYR is all about growing a lot of food on a little land using sustainable organic methods, while keeping costs and labor at a minimum. Emphasis is placed on improving soil quality with compost and mulch. No store-bought fertilizers, soil amendments, pesticides, compost activators, etc. are used."


4. Fall Vegetable Garden Planning - Choosing the Best Plants for Autumn Growing

"Planting a fall vegetable garden is a great way to get more crops from the space you have right through autumn into early winter but timing is key to its success. In this video, we demonstrate how you can select plants for your fall garden by choosing vegetables which like to be planted at this time of year, as well as how you can use the Garden Planner to work out the best position to help each plant grow to its full potential."


5. Winter Gardening & How to Build Your Own Greenhouse

"Homegrown is a Howl video series on urban gardening, farming and Do-It-Yourself projects. Watch Lydia Sisson from Mill City Grows show you step-by-step how to make your own inexpensive greenhouse to keep that garden thriving year round."


6. Fall Vegetable Garden | At Home With P. Allen Smith

"Allen walks us through the vegetables he plants in his fall garden and shares a few of the recipes he makes with his harvest."


7. Timing is Everything! Planting Your Fall Garden to be Ready for Harvest BEFORE the Frost

"There's nothing worse than planting and tending your broccoli or cabbage and then not having the plant reach full maturity. Everyone's first frost is a different date, and it's easier than you think to figure out your last planting date for each crop! Here's one example to show you how..."


8. A Guide To Fall Gardening

"Who wouldn't want to get the most out of their garden? Fall can present gardeners with some challenges which could cause things to be cut short. In this video we will talk about how to keep the tender summer plants going later as well as how to plant seeds with fall in mind to make the most of your garden space and keep the fresh, homegrown veggies coming for as long as possible!

Suggestions for cool weather crops to grow in fall: celery, leeks, broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, cabbages, pansies, lettuce, spinach, pak choi, mustard, endive, Swiss chard, collards, kale, arugula, parsley, beets, turnips and carrots."


9. Growing Vegetables in Winter: Brussel Sprouts & Broccoli

"What to plant in a winter garden? Two plants that grow in winter are broccoli and brussel sprouts. In this video Becky shows you how she plants them in her raised garden beds."


10. Easy to Grow, Fall/Spring Herbs and Vegetables from Seed, Outdoors! Easy Peasy!

"Here are 10 easy tp grow herbs and vegetables. Most of you can plant these from seed, right now! :) It does not get easier than this folks, so get your seeds and let's get growing!"

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