The Long-Awaited Garden Tour VIDEO

Vegetable Garden Tour Video - See how the master gardeners plant their garden |

Today I’m sharing something near and dear to me; a video tour of my parents stunning garden. I’ve shown you glimmers of it on snapchat (@natashaskitchen) and Instagram but here is the grand garden tour.

We’ve been living with my parents for a couple of months now (while house hunting after selling our home), and we have been able to document my parents setting up their garden, witness what the upkeep entails, and film everything that grows there. My parents are master gardeners. They are amazing at what they do and I hope this video brings you beautiful inspiration.

Click below to watch the (4 minute) Garden Tour:

This video was quite a project for my husband, Vadim, who filmed it over the coarse of several days. He got up early to capture the garden’s morning glow to avoid harsh sunlight and put it together beautifully. This is a video we will personally look back on and treasure. I hope you enjoy my parent’s vegetable garden video.


Thank you so much for watching!




The grandkids are always rummaging through the garden and finding sweet treasures. My son loves the strawberries while my baby girl is most drawn to the black current bushes :).


Haha and so am I! 😉


Here’s my very favorite spot in the garden – the space between the fruit trees and the grape vines. It’s even more surreal in the video because you feel like you’re right there!



Q: Do you keep a garden? Let me know what you love to plant in a comment below!


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  • caitlyn
    January 2, 2018

    Your blog is amazing! Looking for things to make for my Russian Ukrainian husband! Reply

    • Natasha's Kitchen
      January 3, 2018

      Thank you Caitlyn! I hope you both enjoy the recipe! Reply

  • Carolyn Seidl
    December 30, 2017

    Oh my goodness, that was beautiful! I’ll never have a garden like that, but I wish I knew someone who did just so that I could walk through it. It’s so ALIVE and so abundant. What wonderful parents and what Hard Workers they are. I love your cooking videos Natasha and this was a real treat too. Hugs to your whole family. <3 Reply

    • Natasha
      December 31, 2017

      Hi Carolyn, thank you very much for the sweet comment, blessings to you and your family 😬. Have a great New Year! Reply

  • Dominique
    July 24, 2017

    Hi! Just wondering where their garden is, everything seems to grow so healthy so they must get amazing weather! Reply

    • Natasha
      July 24, 2017

      Hi Dominique, we live in Idaho (the Treasure Valley) – we have all 4 seasons and it’s a fairly dry climate so we have to water well during summer 🙂 Reply

  • Scott Ambrose
    June 26, 2017

    What an amazing video (both content, and quality of production)! My paternal grandparents “retired” to a 3-acre parcel of land in Michigan (from Illinois) and my grandmother (“Granny”) was from Lithuania. They had an expansive garden with may fruits and veggies (but not quite the magnitude of what your parents accomplish in their spectacular garden). Granny always shared her abundance of home-grown, organic food with family and friends, and did lots of canning, cooking and baking as well. She taught me how to can and preserve foods, how to grow organically, and how to compost. I really enjoyed this video, and it brought back some great memories of time on my grandparents “farm” before they passed. BTW, they remained active and gardening until their later years, and passed one week apart from each other, in their early nineties. Thank you for sharing this. It is inspirational, and frankly, emotional.

    P.S. I also just watched your 2016 Bloopers video, and love (LOVE!) that you two keep it real and funny. Thank you so very much for all you do and share! Reply

    • Natasha's Kitchen
      June 26, 2017

      Aw, that’s so sweet! We are truly blessed! Thank you for following Scott and for sharing such kind and thoughtful comments! P.s. I’m glad you enjoyed the Bloopers Reel as much as we do! Reply

  • Mary Kolesar
    May 19, 2017

    Congratulations to your parents. I know how much work it is that they are doing. I grew up on a 100 acre farm. Work was never done. I am sure they are happy to share their crops with their family. Mary. Reply

    • Natasha's Kitchen
      May 19, 2017

      You’re so thoughtful Mary! We are definitely blessed! Reply

  • Lina
    October 20, 2016

    That’s a lot of hard work there, that pays off in later use. Beautiful garden, great job!! 🙂 Reply

    • Natasha
      October 20, 2016

      Thank you Lina, it really is alot of work! Reply

  • Solomiya
    October 2, 2016

    Love the beautiful garden! We have a very small plot of land but have done square-foot gardening and it works for our little family of 5! We got to grow a variety of plants in a tiny space. Do your parents put the greenhouse back on when in starts getting chillier at the end of summer? Or do they just leave it off? Thanks! Reply

    • Natasha
      October 3, 2016

      Thank you! 🙂 It depends on how quickly the frost starts – if it’s early, they do cover the cucumbers and tomatoes to keep them alive longer. Reply

  • September 6, 2016

    Hi Natasha, Love the video of the garden. I am a garden enthusiast and I grow exotic tropical mostly from seeds such as Heliconias, Irises, Lilies etc.

    It is rather challenging to grow from seeds these exotic plants but soooo worth the effort and the hidden credit card statements for seed purchase. (My husband thinks I am reseeding).

    I really love your recipes as well. I got some really creative recipes for breakfast for my most critical tasters yet – My twin girls.

    Didn’t get a spit out, throw in the garbage response yet. So we are on to something here!

    Keep well and boy do you have gorgeous kids. Reply

    • Natasha
      September 6, 2016

      Thank you Sharon! I’m so happy to hear your girls enjoy my recipes :). That’s awesome!! And thank you for the sweet compliment 🙂 Reply

  • Rita
    July 28, 2016

    This might seem out of context but if anything take it as a compliment. I recently gave birth and was wondering what did you do to get back in shape. You look very good, any suggestions concerning the middle section?
    Thanks!!! Reply

    • Natasha
      July 29, 2016

      Hi Rita, thank you! You are so sweet to say so :). To be honest, I think the biggest thing for me was breastfeeding but after about 6 months post-partum, I did do a sugar-free diet (no added sugars except for natural ones like honey and maple syrup) for a couple of months which I felt like helped me get rid of my belly faster. Now it’s just eating in mostly and I did start jogging 3-4 times a week around the neighborhood in the mornings :). Reply

  • Nila Dulay
    July 19, 2016

    This just made my day, I am seriously smiling ear to ear after watching this not once, but TWICE! You’re parents are brilliant gardeners. What a blessing to you and your sister’s families to reap the harvest! Reply

    • Natasha
      July 20, 2016

      Oh I’m so happy you enjoyed it! Thank you for sharing that with me :). We are so thankful for our parents and all they do for us 🙂 Reply

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