When we are younger, we have the time and energy but we lack money. And as we reach adulthood, we do have the energy and money but we lack time. And when we become old, we have the time and money but we lack energy.
There are still lots of activities that elders can enjoy, however, even with reduced energy.
Some of those activities are DIY ideas for gardening and handmade crafts, and also recycling.
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We think that the channel is a great source for seniors who want to try different kinds of activities like gardening and handmade crafts, so we will be profiling it in this article!
What Is The “Teo Garden” YouTube channel?
The YouTube channel was launched on July 27, 2008, and as of the date of this writing has uploaded 155 videos, has gained over a million subscribers, and 222,890,134 total views.
Some of the videos on the channel include growing different kinds of plants and veggies such as napa cabbage, celery, leaf mustard, queen corn, bbalone mushroom, bean sprouts, and many more. And also creating hanging gardens, vertical gardens, recycling fan cages, and other DIY projects.
As of right now the three most popular videos on the channel are:
“No need for a garden, Growing Strawberries at home is very easy and has a lot of fruit” with 21,637,818 views.
“No need for a garden, grow eggplant at home with many fruits and high yield” with 19,371,547 views.
“If you don’t have a garden, you can still grow vegetables to provide for your family“ with 13,691,185 views.
The videos are embedded below:
Online Presence And Publicity
Aside from the official YouTube Channel, TEO Garden is also present in other online platforms such as Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. You may also visit their other profiles on Facebook, the 5T1 and 5T1 Vườn.
We hope this article has been helpful as we believe TEO Garden YouTube Channel is a great resource for seniors!
Find out more about it by subscribing and watching videos in the YouTube Channel.