What is the best gardening channel on YouTube?
• Garden Organic If you are sick of slugs and snails gobbling your seedlings and garden plants, Garden Organic has some easy fixes you can try without resorting to foul chemicals. Like leaving an upside-down empty grapefruit half decoyed with lettuce in a strategic location, slugs will gather underneath, ready for you to get rid of them. Garden Organic is the UK’s largest organic gardening charity with over 20,000 members and 60 plus years of experience promoting green growing techniques. If you’re looking for some quick tips on sitting in a garden pond, look no further. Simply stay away from hedges and tree roots, and don’t forget that slope to make sure amphibians have comfortable access.
• Kelly’s Kitchen Garden Do you find it challenging to manage your sowing and succession sowing schedules? Then allow Kelly to show you how she keeps her busy kitchen garden planting organized – her system is easy to replicate. This will enable you to make the most of your garden or budget. A fantastic channel with loads of handy gardening tips, green-fingered Kelly is an excellent and informative host who talks about her mistakes as well as her achievements. She’s also a passionate baker and loves to cook over an open fire. She gardens in Scotland, and her channel is a must for cool-climate growers.
• Gardening at 58 North Have you ever considered what is happening under the surface when your seeds grow? You need to check Gardening at 58 North’s awesome 10-day time-lapse video of a runner bean rooting and growing shoots; you’ll be stunned. Focusing on small areas and balcony growing, this channel is a must for anyone who wants to maximize their pot’s performance. Find out just how effortless it is to turn one anemic-looking supermarket basil into numerous lush, bushy plants with nothing more than a scissor, a mug, and some potting compost.
• Garden Ninja When Lee Burkhill, the Garden Ninja, a professional garden designer, set himself the challenge of eradicating single-use plastic from his garden, a steep learning curve followed. Join him as he repurposes cardboard egg boxes, loo rolls, and more to demonstrate that going plastic-free is actually doable with a little bit of willpower and creativity. Winner of the BBC and RHS Feel Good Gardens Competition, Lee’s video helps you create fantastic garden designs of your own. Visit his Family Garden Design Transformation video for a wealth of fun, creative ideas.
• Allotment Gardener Don’t forget to keep inspecting your onions for flowering heads – an essential job around planting-out time in May, states Allotment Gardener, Matt. These second-year plants won’t get any taller, but they’ll throw all their energy into flowering if you leave them. Matt is instructive and has that wicked sense of humour all good gardeners have – the ability to laugh at the whimsies of nature. Since taking over his plot in 2016, he has turned a wasteland into a working garden. An inspiration and an excellent source of handy gardening hints and tips, Allotment Gardener is highly recommended viewing.