Paula and I were tied up for much of June and July, meaning that we were often away from home and entirely away from our garden. So in this video, we’d like to quickly show you how our deep mulch garden managed its self during half a summer of complete and utter neglect. No watering or weeding, no pruning or thinning, and no staking or stringing. Just a garden left entirely up to nature, for two whole months.
Companion Planting Asparagus and Strawberries (No-till, Ruth Stout)
Spring Prep in our “No-Work” Garden, and an EASIER way to Spread Mulch
Preparing our Hugelkultur Garden for Winter: Chop and Drop
The Ruth Stout Method of Permaculture
337 lbs of Potatoes! NO digging, NO watering, and VERY LITTLE work!
Planting Potatoes in a Ruth Stout Permaculture Garden (QUICK and EASY)
Results from our NO DIG and NO WATER potato experiment (Ruth Stout Method)
Companion Planting Carrots, Radishes and Onions in a Ruth Stout (HAY-ONLY) Garden
Results and Lessons Learned from our Carrot, Onion, and Radish Experiment
Plant Hardiness Zone, Rainfall, and Other Important Information
Winter Ruth Stout Permaculture Update and HAY vs STRAW