Archive for the ‘Garden Videos’ Category

Summer Garden Update & Fall Planting List – Aug. 14, 2011

So this is a quick update of my garden. My Fall Plants will be a follows: – Turnips – Swiss Chard – Black Zucchini – Spaghetti Squash – Baby Blue Hubbard Squash – Winter Butternut Squash – American Flag Leeks – King Richard Leeks – Oriental Mustard Greens (Taisai) – Oriental Mustard Greens (Kyona) – Arugula (Rocquete) – Endive (Escarole) – Radicchio (type of endive) – Carrots Carnival Clown (Carrots grown in cold temps are sweeter higher sugar content) – Chinese Celery (Kan Tsai) I still need to purchase so of the following: – Cabbage – Broccoli – Spinach – Cauliflower (purple & standard white) – & Winter Melon (aka White Gourd, Ash Gourd, or Fuzzy Melon)

Container Gardening Season 1 – Week 5: Transplanting Mania

This week we transplanted the tomatoes and peppers into bigger pots and split up some of our crowded, wilting cucumbers. We also transplanted some of the cucumbers into milk jugs and found a creative way to create a stand for our green bean pots. Check out Tiffany’s post on her blog: Here is a list of everything we’re growing (or trying to grow): – Cherry Tomatoes – Zucchini – Squash – Green Onions – Basil – Peppers – Lettuce – Green Beans – Cucumbers – Pumpkin (I know, I’m skeptical too)

Starting Your Tomato Seeds – March 2010 – Growing a Vegetable Garden

Starting tomatoes from seed is easy if you just stick to the basics. Visit The Bayou Gardener in Avoyelles Parish Louisiana – Cajun Country at
Video Rating: 4 / 5

John from goes on a field trip to Fort Mason Community Garden in San Francisco to share with you some low cost ways to extend your growning season so you can start planing earlier this spring. After watching this epsiode, you will learn some creative ways you can plant your starts early using some commonly discarded household items.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

No Comments – Aquaponics in Jeddah and my Self watering garden

I harvested an okra and some kamote leaves… cucumbers are flowering, peppers are growing, basil are smelling wonderful as usual, fish are all doing fine, peppers in pots are growing, malunggay is strong everything is just beautiful..

To grow a sweet potato plant, also known as ipomoea, plant it in a lush, warm climate while providing plenty of moisture to keep the soil damp. Avoid cold weather exposure when growing sweet potato vines withplant tips from a sustainable gardener in this free video on gardening. Expert: Yolanda Vanveen Contact: Bio: Yolanda Vanveen is sustainable gardener who lives in Kalama, Wash. Filmmaker: Daron Stetner
Video Rating: 3 / 5

Storm Damage, My Best Compost Ever?, Harvesting, Rain Barrel Build, & Another Crazy Cat!

I shot this update over several days: The aftermath of a storm w/a 40mph gust front, I tilled up newly made compost (over the last seven days) and it’s what I think is some of my best compost ever, a rain barrel build, added fresh compost to the tomato beds, harvesting from the garden (TOMATOES & more!!), AND after coming in from harvesting, I thought it would be a good idea to shoot a scene without checking to see if I needed to comb my hair (LOL), PLUS my other cat “Tink” sticks her tounge out at me over and over! Finally, I show the completed gutter work to bring rain off the roof and into my rain barrel. Come on in and join the madness that is Reaganite71’s garden 😉
Video Rating: 5 / 5

Patio tomato plants can be grown in a container on your patio or balcony. Learn how to grow Patio tomatoes in this free video. Expert: Stan DeFreitas Contact: Bio: Stan DeFreitas, also known as “Mr. Green Thumb”, has experience as an urban horticulturist working for the Pinellas County Extension Service and has taught horticulture at the St. Petersburg College. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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