Posts Tagged ‘big’

Rooftop Garden Grows Food to Feed Customers at Busy Cafe

John from www.growingyourgreens.com goes on a field trip to show you a Rooftop Raised Bed Garden that is being used to feed people at Catch a Healthy Habit Cafe, in Fairfield, CT. In this video John will show the garden after their first growing season. In addition, you will discover the plants would be most beneficial to grow that will yield the most usable produce for the cafe. After watching this episode you will learn the plants that did the plants that did best as well as what the cafe plans to plant in the future.

How Do You Grow Your Fruit So Big? Recipes from the Garden and other Q & A

John from www.growingyourgreens.com answers your gardening questions including: 1. Do you have any suggestions on edibles that can grow in poor light conditions? 2. How do you grow your pepino melon so big? 3. Would you consider doing a video on how you use the food fresh from your garden? Here is the playlist to watch to see how I prepare the food I grow: www.youtube.com

Las Vegas Desert Vegetable Garden after the First Growing Season

John from www.growingyourgreens.com shares with you what he learned from growing a vegetable garden in Las Vegas. In this episode, you will see what is growing in the Raised Bed Garden and learn which plants grew well, and which didn’t. You will discover the special soil mix and extra nutrients John recommends so that you will also have a successful garden.

Backyard tobacco growing garden with beautiful, full grown plants

Growing your own tobacco is easy – and a fun hobby. For generations, people have grown Nicotiana as a decorative, ornamental plant – particularly for its beautiful little trumpet-shaped flowers. And now, more recently, as excise taxes have risen exhorbinantly on all forms of tobacco, people are growing their own for personal use. It’s chemical free, additive free, and now…. a growing cottage industry all its own. Tobacco can be grown virtually anywhere – even Alaska and Nova Scotia – so long as you have 70-90 days of reasonably good sun. And it grows astoundingly FAST. These plants have been in the ground only 3 months! Wow!

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