Home Vegetable Garden Walk Richmond VA – Aug 2010.Wmv

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A short morning walk through my home garden in Richmond VA, which I love the most. Due to 10 min limit, I was little bit rushing and I hope you won’t mind it…

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  1. You have a beautiful garden, looks very healthy. Instead of the music, I
    REALLY would have liked you explaining what & how you were growing.The soil
    preparation, technique of planting combinations. You have a great way of
    explaining and a calmness in your voice…USE IT. Most gardeners would
    appreciate your expertise. I am inviting you to my website forum because I
    believe you have ALOT to offer other gardeners. Thank you for sharing your
    garden.

  2. wow i am very much ……..happy to see you and your garden. how those bel
    flowers stay in ground during winter ? as it must be freezing cold i am in
    ny < can i plant them in ground ? let me know sunil

  3. The good earth! How do you protect the karuvepalai, gundu malli and the
    vazhaikai during the virginia winter. They seem to be planted in the ground
    outside!

  4. Hi, I really like the name Pavazhamalli, one of my favorite flower for its
    beautiful orange/ white flower. Karuveppilai, and Gundu malli cannot take
    the winter in Virginia. If you notice it carefully, they are all in pots,
    but buried in the ground. I do that, so the plants can take water from
    ground below. No need to water unless there is no rain for long time. I
    move them into either garage or attic during Winter in the month of October
    or So. Banana can stay outside. they will come back

  5. great garden!! nice way of using space too! hope you didnt get hot tomato
    and sweet peper! does the drumstick plant survive winter or you take them
    in heated garage? I like variety of plants and how they blend in the video
    ! nice soil too!

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