I recorded and posted a blue watermelon video, which I sent to my newsletter subscribers yesterday evening. You can see it here:
And my Friday Challenge compadre WaterBoy wrote:
“Luke from MIGardener did a video on this same subject back in August last year. He even bought some blue strawberry seeds just to see what he would get — if he even got anything at all.”
So I looked that one up. It’s good – and he got even more weird plants in his.
Though he really freaked out about those seeds at the end. I think he should have planted them.
There are all kinds of wonderful and fascinating plants which come from the Orient.
Anyhow, I’m really enjoying myself right now. It’s great to get up in the morning, have a cup of coffee, then see your video on blue watermelons has passed 3,000 views.
So – what do you guys think of me recording videos like this in my office, then adding in pictures, etc.? I don’t really have a yard now, so I’m making do. Let me know – I could do a lot more this way without too much time involved.
Great video you did, very informative yet humorous at the same time. “That was sent to me by the unicorn.” — Hilarious! Makes me want to create a review account as Caveat Emptor and leave negative reviews on all the scam seed postings, calling them out for what they are.
Also liked the ginseng trees in Luke’s video — so convenient to have it growing from trees within easy picking reach, instead of digging up roots from the ground. And such…ummm…interesting shapes, too!
As to the question you posed, I definitely think you should do videos like this one, if you are so inclined. Until you get the new garden going, there’s not going to be much to shoot in the same manner as at the other place…unless you also still went ahead with the container plan, that is.