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Container Gardening Think “In” the Box!

Monday, November 14th, 2011

Gardening in Containers is more than you think! See Watermelon, Cantaloupe , Musk Mellons, Potatoes, Pumpkins Beans, Carrots, Squash, Cucumbers. Peas and of course Tomatoes and Lettuce. Want more see my blog thoughtsfromwisdom.blogspot.com

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    Container gardening – Claire’s allotment part 88

    Sunday, October 16th, 2011

    How a few old tyres from your local garage and cardboard boxes from the local mini-mart can get you started on container gardening!

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      Fall Gardening

      Sunday, September 11th, 2011

      Master Gardener Kent Phillips talks about planting in the fall and overwintering plants through the cold months of the year. Many people think that gardening season is over when summer ends, but you can continue planting in autumn and produce delicious vegetables. This video is brought to you by the Home and Garden Information Center, part of University of Maryland Extension. provides resources and encourages people to start their own food gardens. www.growit.umd.edu Learn about our Grow It Eat It campaign, check out our facebook page for more gardening advice: www.facebook.com Animation by Chris Heuer, Freefall FX, LLC Shot and edited by Brett Wooldridge and Emily Heimsoth

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        How hard would it be to do indoor gardening and grow basic fruits and vegetables?

        Monday, July 18th, 2011

        for two year round?

        How much space would be needed? How much would something like this cost?

        I just want to have apples and berries (maybe melons) and salad greens, cucumber,s tomatoes, green pepper, carrots, celery and some herbs year round. Just a piece for breakfast and a vegetable salad for lunch and a vegetable soup for dinner, etc.

        Thank you!

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          Digging Carrots – March 2010 – Growing a Vegetable Garden

          Thursday, June 30th, 2011

          Digging some big carrots in this show. Some of these went over a lb. Visit The Bayou Gardener in Avoyelles Parish Louisiana – Cajun Country at www.thebayougardener.com

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            How to make an Organic spring VEGETABLE GARDEN Southern California build plot tomato squash cucumber

            Thursday, June 9th, 2011

            Howdy! Here’s how I made a nice, productive garden in my backyard in southern California. I show how I built the bed using compost, organic soil, hay, gypsum, and bloodmeal and how I grew tomatoes, carrots, cucumbers, zucchini, and red peppers.

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              Indoor Vegetable Garden Experiment

              Monday, May 23rd, 2011

              This is my attempt to grow vegetables indoor during the winter. All the seeds I am growing are heirlooms.

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                Any tips on growing a vegetable garden in Sacramento, Ca?

                Saturday, May 21st, 2011

                I’m growing a vegetable garden in about a week. I’m growing pumpkins, squash, tomatoes, and carrots. Any tips on what I should and shouldn’t do? I live in Sacramento, Ca.

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                  Vegetable Garden

                  Monday, May 16th, 2011

                  A vegetable garden growing beans, egg plants, carrots, beet root,bitter gourd,peas, lemon, onion, coriander, Banana, papaya, pumpkin etc.,

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                    Vegetable Garden in Phoenix

                    Saturday, May 7th, 2011

                    This is my first garden. I started the project thinking we’d just have 1 or 2 raised beds but it turned into something much bigger. Everything is done organically (no pesticides, no chemical fertilizers etc.) and “veganically” (without the use of manure, blood meal, bone meal or any kind of animal product). 99% of the vegetables are “heirloom” or “open-pollinated” meaning the seed has been bred true and saved for at least 50 years and will continue to breed true when you save the seed…as opposed to a “hybrid” which has generally been bred for appearance, shelf life, yield, disease resistance but rarely taste. A saved hybrid seed will not breed true to the vegetable you saved it from. My family and I built the structure. I started everything by seed, mostly indoors under a grow-light system. What I’m growing now: Tomatoes Peppers Eggplant Basil Squash Cucumbers Watermelon Cantaloupe Mint Green Beans Calendula (for tea) Tepary Beans Onions Garlic Indian Corn Strawberries Okra Tomatillo Sunflowers Parsley Amaranth What I grew over the winter: Lettuce Kale Rapini Broccoli Arugula Beets Carrots Peas Bok Choy Spigariello On an unrelated note, check out the band I’m in with my 3 brothers. www.kongos.com

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