Hey guys! Welcome to my vlog channel. This is part 2 of my garden video, In part 1, we weeded the entire garden,
cultivated it, added compost and added garden lime, to make the soil’s pH ideal
for our vegetables. Now I need to make furrows. which are called “une” (畝) in Japanese. One of the main reasons you need une is so that water can drain better. The size of the une depends on the vegetables that you want to grow. The une I made this time are about
this size. Hi. Do you want some Negi? Jun: Oh, thank you! Jun: Is it really okay? This is called akahige negi.
It’s good for pot dishes. Jun: Thank you so much. I hope you can enjoy it. So this was actually November
and it was pretty late for planting. Because typhoons kept coming
when I was supposed to plant, I decided to put off planting. But, obviously I waited too long. Next time I’d like to have a sturdier
vegetable tunnel, and plant earlier. Honestly I’m not even sure if I’ll actually be able to grow anything this time. But, we’ll see! Hmm.. It’s… still not big enough yet.
So I’m gonna… …sprinkle some more fertlilizer here, around them. And hope it will grow more! The stem used to be thin and soft, but now it’s super hard. and thick and tough. Wow… Wow, it’s thicker than my finger. Wow. And, as for the cabbage… (laughs) Fail… This center part needs to..
become like a sphere. And then, it just forms into a ball,
It becomes a ball, as it’s temperature decreases and it
gets cold. But, it’s called Kekkyu in japanese. But..I think I planted it a little too late?
And… I don’t think it will become a ball. I’m gonna wait a little longer to see
If it will become a tiny cabbage ball! Maybe! …I don’t know. (laughs) Well, wish me luck! Anyway, I’m really happy that
I was able to grow… …my wife’s favorite vegetable! Romanesco! Yay!
Success! Hmm! Yay. This is great! Thank you for watching, guys!
See you guys later! Bye!