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Coffee Can Herb Garden Containers.

I hate to waste a perfectly good container. I decided to turn these into an Herb Container garden. These 16 oz. plastic coffee cans are pretty good. I collected some over the winter and I like using them so far. Add a little paint and they become less of an eyesore. Everything is better with spray paint. I like the idea of reusing items. Plus, I wanted them to blend in with the other pots and containers I plan on using. UPDATE- They are currently being used to grow some spring lettuce. The Herb garden containers are going to have to be something different. Lettuce likes them, and they were Cheap….

Frost Tolerant Vegetables Growing Succesfully in my Winter Front Yard Garden

John from shows you his front yard garden on frost laden an early morning winter day. In this episode you will learn that it does get cold in California… In addition, you will discover which crops can stay alive in the frost. Finally you will learn how John gets the ice off his windshield without an ice scraper.

WEO – I Can. But First, I Grow.

A somewhat “normal” look at the garden I tend each year with my dad at his house. It’s the midst of Summer heat, and the squash has dried out; the cukes and melons never really took off. But peppers, tomatoes, okra, beets, and some of the white corn are doing alright. Sow it, grow it, pick it, can it, eat it. The intro/outro song is Toy Hammer by Crystal Bright and the Silver Hands and @ facebook Go there and buy a CD!
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