You probably know that over the last few weeks and more i’ve been sorting out a few bits ‘n’ bobs for me front garden, (what there is of it anyways) in order to grow me own veg. I’ve turned the soil over a couple of times recently and actually got round to doing a little more than i initially anticipated. I’ll add a few photo’s and more info soon so that you can see the what and where etc.
So for the now i thought i’d add something new in me backyard whilst i’m waiting on the front garden and the weather. To be fair i actually sorted the video out a couple of weeks ago, you know how life goes, blink and it’s gone.
Anyways, with a little help from me friend with the background noise, using three recycled hanging baskets, free wild strawberries, multi purpose compost and soil from the front garden i thought i’d try and create my very own hanging baskets filled with strawberries?
As you’ll hopefully gather from the video below, it’s not about me being smart i’ve never done this before! Guerrilla Podcasts ‘Home Grown’ is all about doing it for thyself for the first time, whilst at the same time keeping an online record of what, why and when i’ve done, make my mistakes by trial and error and get on and learn something new for the future.
Guerrilla Podcasts Home Grown Hanging Strawberry Baskets
In a nutshell, there you have it! That’s yours truly Adrian at Guerrilla Podcasts first ever attempt to create three hanging baskets for wild strawberries in the backyard.
The Video above was created on the 24th March 2012 in order to keep a personal record of what’s what in the first year of a complete novice in the process of growing his own fruit and veg at home.
I could have placed the strawberries in pots on the floor or even planted them in window boxes or directly in the ground at the front however i thought i’d go with the flow and who knows maybe a few more baskets will turn up later in the year as the strawberries grow as the man says, “I’m New Here”
Guerrilla Podcasts Home Grown Friends
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