Lazy Gardening Has Paid Off! | FULL Spring Garden Tour 2024!

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0:00 Intro
0:27 World’s Largest Asparagus
1:03 A story about bees
2:17 Paw Paw Pollinator
5:27 Fig Tree
6:27 Propagation to the Max
7:13 Asparagus
7:55 Monster spinach
9:16 Rain surprise
11:09 Pea shoots
11:42 Hops
12:32 Asparagus and it’s friends
13:58 Weeds!
14:42 Baby and Female Asparagus
15:48 Trifoliate orange and Kiwi
16:38 Plum Tree
17:05 Transplanting hops
17:45 Oregano
18:12 Dahlias
19:41 Mycelium
20:22 Cardboard/Woodchip pathways
20:51 My biggest gardening mistake (passion fruit)
21:54 A surprise delivery!
22:42 Sunflower transplanting
23:14 Winecap mushrooms
23:48 I heard it through the grapevine
24:15 Strawberries
24:41 Plant randomness
27:39 Cilantro going to seed
28:33 Donkeys love vegetables!
29:07 Bunny poops
30:15 Blueberry bushes I stole from the forest
31:04 Donkey lippies
31:52 My failed bee catcher
32:47 Peach tree
33:43 Rhubarb covered in dog fur
35:32 My future garden expansion plans
37:09 Plum variety tree
38:00 Nectarine tree and pig pumpkins
39:14 I won a bet
40:37 Plans for my pond
42:10 Future garden area
44:37 Starting a lazy garden from scratch
45:05 A word from our sponsor
46:16 Assassin garden snackers

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I’m Anne of All Trades. In NASHVILLE, I have a woodworking, blacksmithing and fabrication shop, a selection of furry friends, and an organic farm. Whether you’ve got the knowledge, tools, time or space to do the things you’ve always wanted to do, everything is “figureoutable.”

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12 years ago I got my first pet, planted my first seed and picked up my first tool.

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