[Total: 0 Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Growing your own fresh greens doesn’t have to take a lot of work and care, as long as you are willing to widen your perception of what your garden should look like, and what you put on your plate. Many of the “weeds” you will likely find growing all on their own in your back yard are completely edible, nutritious, and delicious. In this video I give a short tour of the edible greens available in a southern California back yard, growing all on their own despite the fact that there has been no work done to the garden in over three years. By introducing some cultivated varieties and letting them go to seed, you can have your favorite greens popping up all over your yard every year without ever having to plant again. By planting perennial vegetables and herbs, you can harvest every year with very little work, just by letting Nature do what she does best. Living Mulch in the Garden; Work With Your Weeds! : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C5irRoGuM7k The Backyard Garden Journal from 3 years ago: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tobGnKFjlmU&t=10s The music used in the video is my own, which you can find at http://oneheartfire.bandcamp.com/ I am currently looking for volunteers to help with the Permaculture Bike Park project, and stay or live in the Ant Village. This thread has all the info: http://www.permies.com/t/57639/labs/b… Follow me on Instagram @oneheartfire If you enjoy my videos and would like to support the project, please visit http://www.patreon.com/jessegrimes To make a one time donation via paypal or credit card, please visit http://www.paypal.me/jessegrimes To donate Bitcoin, click here: https://blockchain.info/address/1719isaHpSdou4ebgp7EKNpSUGZnpwesky To learn more about my other permaculture projects and experiences, please visit www.oneheartfire.org Video Rating: / 5
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