Making Bigfoot Chili & Winter Garden

Bigfoot Chili making and winter garden tour. Join Mrs Wranglerstar in learning how to make a proper chili and see the garden getting ready for winter. Frost has hit and the garden looks empty but there are still plants thriving and things to do.

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8 Keys to Growing in Winter in an Unheated Greenhouse (Hoop House)

Today I share our 8 keys to growing in winter in an unheated greenhouse. Though there are other methods that also work well, I’ll focus specifically on what we do.

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1) Grow with the Season 0:16
2) Grow in the Sun 1:00
3) Grow Under Cover 1:37
4) Grow in the Ground 2:30
5) Grow in Sucession 2:59
6) Vent to Avoid Overheating 3:40
7) Water Only When Needed 4:59
8) Don’t Harvest Greens When They’re Frozen 5:37

Crops we’re growing now for a winter harvest:

Under One Layer of Protection
Claytonia
Dandelion Greens
French Sorrel
Giant Red Mustard Greens
Good King Henry
Mache
Mustard Greens
Perpetual Spinach
Sea Kale
Sunchokes
Tatsoi
Tree Collards

Two Layers of Protection
Chives
Claytonia
Dandelion Greens
Dinosaur Kale
Egyptian Walking Onions
Endive
Garlic Chives
Georgia Collards
Giant Red Mustard Greens
Italian Dandelion Greens
Lettuce (Black Seeded Simpson)
Lettuce (Romaine)
Mache
Minutina
Mustard Greens
Parsley
Perpetual Spinach
Fordhook Giant Swiss Chard
Red Veined Sorrel
Spinach
Tatsoi
Tree Collards
Vates Kale

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Winter Soil Preparation for Vegetable Gardening : The Chef’s Garden

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After the growing season has ended, the next thing you’ll need to do is winterize your soil for vegetable gardening. Find out about winter soil preparation for vegetable gardening with help from a classically-trained chef with experience in both World class restaurants and private dining companies in this free video clip.

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Should I Hire A Rubbish Company When Preparing My Garden For Winter?

With summer over and autumn well on its way, hundreds of people are getting their gardens ready for the winter months. A lot of the waste from your garden such as dead leaves from trees and those annual plants can be composted where they can be recycled to help next spring’s gardens grow.

Preparing your garden for winter is also a great time to get rid of that garden furniture and those tools that are no longer useable and cannot be repaired as well. However, large items such as big tree branches and furniture cannot be disposed of with your normal household rubbish.

While most people know that getting rid of all that garden debris will help lower the possibility of disease and disease carrying rodents from taking over your garden, sometimes the task of getting rid of all that extra rubbish can be somewhat overwhelming. It doesn’t have to be though. There are rubbish removal companies who can help you get rid of all those diseased plants and that excess waste from your yard and garden easily and simply. If you find a good company they will clean up afterwards too, leaving your garden nice and tidy.

You Can Hire Them on an As Needed Basis

Many people worry about the cost of hiring a rubbish removal company especially when they may need them only once or twice a year. However, you can hire rubbish removal services on an as needed basis which is perfect for those of you who want to get rid of that garden rubbish when preparing your garden for winter, and many are much more affordable than you might think.

Rubbish removal companies can give you some alternative ways to dispose of that extra garden rubbish allowing you to choose the method that is right for you.

You could rent a skip bin, which is a large bin used for storing rubbish, on a short term basis and put all your garden rubbish in it and then have the bin and rubbish taken away leaving your garden clean and free of dead and diseased plants. However as most people don’t have anywhere near enough garden rubbish to fill an entire skip, this isn’t the most cost effective solution.

A better option is to hire a garden rubbish clearance service to do the job for you. They will come in and clean up all the dead plants, leaves and tree branches and cart it away for you saving you both labour and inconvenience. This is often helpful in cases where you want to get rid of old garden fencing or furniture as well as those dead plants and other garden waste. Almost all of the rubbish companies will give you a free estimate and many will recycle those materials that can be recycled and arrange for organic matter to be composted too.

Now you can prepare your garden for winter and not have to worry about how to dispose of all the extra rubbish from this type of clean up. Choosing a reliable rubbish company will help you make short work of that winter garden preparation.

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