Urban Permaculture – Tom, Sam and Pale – updates!

You guys loved PaleGhost and Tom so much, here are some updates of their gardens. Also, I’d like to introduce you to Sam (I called him Frank to protect his identity, but then he outed himself in his own video!). Sam is a wonderful guy who is expanding gardens around his house in Germany. I forgot to add his video to the last viewer vids, so I added it here, and also asked him if he had an update. I wanted to see how his pond sealing was going.

I hope you guys enjoy these videos. Also, I’m accepting more videos for a fall viewer vids which I will publish at the end of the growing season. The next one will be the last viewer vids of the year, so feel free to take a video anytime you want – now or in a bit, if that works better. I will target the next release of the edited video for sometime in early winter. So get those cameras out and share your gardens with the community!

And whatever you do, if you have a garden now, if you don’t have a garden yet – make sure you are on the path you want to be on, and if you aren’t there yet, make sure you are headed in the right direction. Only you can change you life. Make every decision one which brings you closer to where you want to be.

In order to get to where we want to go, sometimes we have to walk away from where we are.

Peace and love friends,

Link to research on K accumulation of comfrey: Page 4 (199) of https://www.researchgate.net/publication/325078608_The_Nutrient_Content_of_Organic_Liquid_Fertilizers_in_Zimbabwe.

0:40 Talking about Potassium deficiency
5:18 Tom’s Garden update
18:32 Sam’s Garden part 1: Spring
20:49 Sam’s Garden part 2: Summer
25:08 PaleGhost update

6:25 Comment for the Plum here… some trees like to grow straight up like this – apples and pears are notorious for this. A good idea to help shape the tree is to try to tie these branches sideways a bit. You can do this by running a wire horizontally and tie the branches to it. they do this in orchards. Alternatively you can buy or make sticks to push them apart. Something like this:

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