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This is a tour of my vegetable garden on a hill or on a slope. This is the first year of the establishment of this beds and I am planting Asian greens Asian vegetables and Southern vegetables.






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Betty Sha says:

Cute dogs and nice garden. I like the green house cups.

adrianaloya says:

Dang, I am super impressed by how you cordon off your varieties. I like the metal fencing to help gather the plant volume as they grow up. And your interplanting. Garden goals for sure. Keep sharing!

Streeds Deeds says:

This is an incredle video, with a wealth of information and beautiful scenery. So much for you to be proud of. New subscriber.

5ystemError says:

What an awesome garden I’m extremely jealous lol. Are you growing the kangkong from seed or from cuttings you buy at the grocery?

I only ask because they look very small and as far as I know it’s fairly difficult to get seeds here in the US because it’s classified as an invasive species. I planted some from the grocery this year and got two great harvests but neglected the plants afterwards so they never flowered.

Jericha Jericho says:

I'm growing wing beans this year, for the first time. I'm not sure if they are going to produce, but I hope they do. I've never tasted them before and am super anxious to try.

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