Posts Tagged ‘food’

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

Growing Vegetables in Wine Barrels over Winter

John of www.growingyourgreens.com shares with you what he is growing in Northern California over the winter time in wine barrels in his driveway, which is usually not useful for planting. You too can grow in wine barrels in a small space including walkway or patio or driveway!

Low Cost Methods to Build a Vegetable Garden Update

John from www.growingyourgreens.com goes on a field trip to a friends old victorian home to share updates on what has been growing on at this rental property in terms of growing food with little or no money. In this episode, John will share some of techniques implemented and some things that could use improvment . After watching this episode, you may get some ideas that can help you grow food for low cost at your home.

Grow Vegetables in Your Front Yard – Questions and Answers

John from www.growingyourgreens.com answers questions about growing food in his front yard garden for a magazine called Eternity Watch. In this episode you will learn some tips and tricks and some of Johns views about growing food, food systems and more.

Container Vegetable Garden Beginning

In this project, we use vegetables in containers to make the most of the few, full sun, areas we have in the garden — chasing the sun, as it were. We found the large pots at a yard sale just 2 houses away. The original marked price was each. We got them for each. I used some re-purposed flagstones as a stable base for each pot and picked up some soil at the gardening center, having run out of my own homemade potting soil. The total time required to put these 3 pots together, including the time required for taking the video and cut, was only about an hour. A small investment for such a large vegetable planting. You can see me planting up some of our seedlings. but we will also plant some seeds in these pots. Links How to calculate the volume of a flower pot www.gardenguides.com Flower Pot Volume Calulator www.abe.msstate.edu Sun Seeker Lite for iPhone itunes.apple.com Music: The One by The Woodshedders used by permission. See musicalley.com for more info

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