How to Start Seeds for a Vegetable Garden

I just wanted to share with you the method I use for planting seeds for my vegetable garden. I like to start off in 72-cell trays because we plant a lot of veggies in our large garden plot. I start off with some store-bought seed starting/germinating mix. Fill my trays or small pots. I lightly…

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Summer Organic Square Foot Garden Tour

John from www.growingyourgreens.com gives a viewer visiting from Brazil a tour of his summer square foot raised bed front yard vegetable garden. In this episode you will learn just some of the many varieties of fruits and vegetables John is growing in his front yard suburban vegetable garden. You also will discover how just some…

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#1 Gardening Event of the Year The Heirloom Expo and $1000 Free Seed Giveaway

John from www.growingyourgreens.com shares with you the Number 1 Gardening Event this year – The National Heirloom Expo taking place September 11-13, 2012. In addition John shares with you how you can get a free pack of heirloom and open pollinated seeds for FREE. Click the link below to sign up for your free seeds:…

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Design A Patio Vegetable Garden: Growing Organic Food

Welcome to the ‘New” Balcony! Today I am showing you the new planting space and my planting assistant Beansprout, aka BEANS! I need YOUR help in figuring out what to do with all of this space! We have lots more room for vegetables and fruit to grow in containers and even in the ground! Stay…

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#38 Heirloom Organic Vegetable Garden: Total recovery from heatwave

Well the heatwave is still on us, but the garden has totally rebounded and is growing great, lots of watering in the early hours of the morning has kept it going…. Grow Vegetables: Gardens – Yards – Balconies – Roof Terraces Home-grown vegetables are fresh, healthy, and inexpensive. Here is the manual for growing your…

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Donna’s Gardens – Vegetable Garden July 2012

Something is growing in one of the square foot garden beds and perhaps is the reason plants are not growing well in the one bed. I also have uninvited “visitors” in the garden. I have begun to capture them by hand before they infest the entire garden. I can no longer find the Rontenone and…

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Donna’s Gardens – Vegetable Garden Tour

Well, I pulled out all of the broccoli plants. I also pulled out the slug damaged cabbage and found a surprise (end of video). A certain insect has developed a liking for the Fever Few in the garden and I have a sunflower “tree” volunteer! I’m not sure it can stay though…:( Do you think…

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DIY 45 foot trellis for my organic vegetable garden – Part 1

45 feet long by 5 feet tall trellis. Made from reclaimed wood and a few store bought 2×4 posts. Total cost .00!! So happy with the way this is turning out so far! Trellis is made up of 1 x1 inch pieces of lumber which I received for FREE! The structure is held together with…

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Organic Heirloom Vegetable Garden Update

A COMPLETE and MASIVE update on all the tomato varieties I have at the cottage, plus some peppers, eggplant, beans, watermelon, squash, zucchini, and beans! everything is LOVING the soil, and the fertilizer mixture I gave it. Preparing A Vegetable Garden From The Ground Up Want to make your food dollar go as far as…

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Phoenix Vegetable Garden Update June ’12

An update on my organic/veganic vegetable garden in Phoenix Arizona. June, 2012. Check out www.kongos.com The Field and Garden Vegetables of America – Containing Full Descriptions of Nearly Eleven Hundred – Species and Variete The Field and Garden Vegetables of America – Containing Full Descriptions of Nearly Eleven Hundred – Species and Varietes; With Directions…

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