Keep on Rollin: Grow Your Personal Rolling Tobacco

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  1. deaconsmom2000

    Oh my goodness, Young ‘un! Has Spring come to Wales already?! I’m jealous,
    we’re still mired in snow and dirty ice. I can’t wait to get out there! I
    went on safari yesterday and found 10 praying mantis nests! No need for any
    pest control again this year, thank goodness! By the way, have you ever
    planted dogwood from seed? Any help with that would be great. ­čÖé – Old
    Broad in the U.S.´╗┐

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  2. BlueHammer_1

    I was wondering if you could carry on with the series, how to make money
    from gardening´╗┐

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  3. suburban homestead

    thanks for the tips. I need to start growing more parsley. I always end up
    forgetting.´╗┐

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  4. Stephen Legaree

    Great how to my friend ! You said the seeds were from your garden right ?
    Do you get a lot of volunteer parsley in your garden? ´╗┐

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  5. SandyMoth

    Hi Huw, please show use growing various Strawberry plants that will fruit
    through out the growing season here in the UK. Early, mid and late season
    varieties. Something I’d like to try this year, and will follow your
    planting and harvesting instructions and videos. It would be so nice to
    harvest a fresh crop of strawberries for the whole of the summer and autumn
    months. Thank you, Gary´╗┐

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  6. Marks Sussex Allotment

    Thanks Huw :)´╗┐

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  7. PhantomAct

    I am having the worst of time trying to grow dill. I usually cover the
    seeds with soil and then water. No result so far. Looking at your clip, I’m
    wondering if i should just scatter them on the roughed up soil instead.´╗┐

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  8. Anthony dunne

    Could you do some more exoctic seed planting videos, like Sequiadendron
    seeds or maybe Paulownia tomentosa seeds, and show us your progess with
    them? they are very cheap to buy online, i think maybe 1 pound for a good
    few seeds. i know they are not vegtables and maybe your concentrating on
    that aspect, but i think it would be a fun video series to try out.
    thanks!!´╗┐

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  9. vmcshannon

    darn I was hoping it was parsnips like the title said´╗┐

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  10. Zack Brittain

    Hey, youre title says ‘Parsnips’ instead of ‘Parsley’. ;)´╗┐

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  11. Gardening & More

    EZ´╗┐

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  12. Praxxus55712

    Parsley seed head look just like dill seed heads. I’ve never seen parsley
    go to seed. Good job! :)´╗┐

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  13. Bob C

    That was a great video. I have never had luck with parsley. I have always
    planted its seeds directly in the ground. It’s time I tried starting it in
    pots inside. Wish me luck!´╗┐

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