Posts Tagged ‘sfg’

Temporary Waist High Raised Bed Vegetable Garden

John from www.growingyourgreens.com goes on a field trip to a viewers house to share with you how they are gardening in their backyard. In this video you will see the waist high raised bed kits that are being used to grow food. The waist height raised beds were chosen because the viewers rent and may decided to move any time, so they can easily take their raised bed kits with them. After watching this video you will know how you can grow if you rent or don’t want to invest in a permanent garden.

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!

Best Books on Organic Gardening and Growing Food at Home

John from www.growingyourgreens.com shares with you his favorite books for organic gardening. In this episode, John will go on a field trip to Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds in Petaluma, California and share with you some of his favorite books on organic gardening. After watching this episode you will now know the best books for identifying pests, weeds and the best books so you can grow more and consume less. Finally John will share his favorite two books on food preservation and they aren’t about canning.

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.

How to Prune Your Cucumbers to Grow them Vertically up a Trellis

John from www.growingyourgreens.com will show you how he prunes his cucumber plants to grow them vertically up a trellis. In this video John will explain why he is pruning or single stemming his cucumbers so that he can better manage them when growing them up a vertical trellis. After watching this video you will learn how to properly train your cucumbers (as well as tomatoes) to get them to grow vertically and produce more fruit.

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