Posts Tagged ‘patch’

Giant Pumpkins

If grown correctly, pumpkins can reach and exceed 1000 pounds. How do you grow a giant pumpkin, and what drives the people who do? Larry Checkon, the world record holder for the largest pumpkin, answers these questions. ondemand.psu.edu

How to grow Zucchini & Squash in pots.

This is the 2nd year i have been growing Zucchini in hanging pots, and i show you how effective and simple it is to do, also that it is possible to do because you will have alot of people tell you it cant be done. Please subscribe to my channel for more video updates.

My Potted Organic Vegetable Garden – The spatially challenged way.

This is my first Vegie patch ever. It is all organic. I am an amateur gardener and I’m winging it. We are in one of our biggest drought in Perth Western Australia. Thought i would share my experiences with you. Please feel free to comment. You can check out my brand new blog on gardening and sustainability at gardengirlperth.blogspot.com If you feel you would like to help for those people effected by the Floods happening in Australia at the moment you can Donate to the Flood Appeals for Queensland and the north of Western Australia at the following links; Queensland Premier’s Disaster relief appeal – www.qld.gov.au Flood Relief Fund for North West Western Australia – www.appealswa.org.au Thank you for watching! have a great day.

Growing large home grown sunburst yellow squash hanging in pots.

Growing Squash made easy by finding a nice sunny spot in your backyard to hang a pot. I recommend the hanging method if you are short on space like i am. Feel free to ask any questions and please check out my other clips and tell me what you think.

Don’s beautiful Okra patch

This is my brother Don’s beautiful okra patch. He had a perfect growing season, perfect soil and perfect conditions for a perfect okra patch. He worked so hard and used all his tricks to get the okra that high. He kept piling the dirt on the stalk of the plant. By doing that the plant could pull the nutrients from the new dirt pulled around the stalk.

This is week 3 in our grow room. We already harvested some lettuce. The rest is Anasazi beans, cantaloupe, watermelon, strawberries, Snap peas, lettuce, cilantro, spearmint, and Okra. We also have around 50 crayfish in the tank.


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