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This video is about FIVE ACRE HOMESTEAD ORCHARD GARDEN/Walk Through with Farm Wife. Prelude No. 8 by Chris Zabriskie is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://chriszabriskie.com/preludes/ Artist: http://chriszabriskie.com/
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Linda May (2 years ago)
There is so much variety in your garden. Fun to watch the ants open the peonies, hope I get to see them in full bloom.
JessieJames Homestead (2 years ago)
Certainly you will. Thanks so much. 😀
Colorado4x4Van (2 years ago)
You guys are officialy one of my secret heroes...that puts my salsa garden to shame!...:)
JessieJames Homestead (2 years ago)
Thanks so much. It's definitely a rewarding venture😀😀😀😊
Hot Springs Dominique (2 years ago)
What a lovely garden! I dig the music at the end too. What are your plans for all the different berries? For the table, preserves, wine?? I'll look forward to seeing the progress over the growing season. Thanks for sharing!
Hot Springs Dominique (2 years ago)
A taste of summer in the middle of the winter sounds like an awesome thing!
JessieJames Homestead (2 years ago)
Thanks. We make a LOT of juice and jam. We freeze some of the juice and berries for treats in the middle of the winter. Winters can be long at times. Happy your here. 😀
BlueGrassBound (2 years ago)
Have I told you I LOVE your garden? Lol I've saved this one for reference! Great strawberry/pine tip. Love gooseberries! Not very many people know what they are. I have a small plant that came off a start that originated from my great grandmothers plant. What state or zone are you in?
BlueGrassBound (2 years ago)
+Jessie James :) We are in Kentucky. I can't wait to get enough berries for a pie! Have a great day! I'll be watching for your next video. ;)
JessieJames Homestead (2 years ago)
Thanks so much! I do love gardening and learn something new everyday! Yeah, for whatever reason gooseberries aren't all the rage. They are so easy to grow and it's fantastic you have one from your relatives. We are in North-Central Minnesota and in Zone 3. Luckily, gooseberries are pretty hardy. Thanks for enjoying are gardens with us.

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