Posts Tagged ‘food’

Planting A Container Herb Garden

Thursday, August 16th, 2012

Keep flavor at your fingertips by planting a container herb garden. Amy Grisak, blogger for PlantersPlace.com, shows you how to plant a container garden filled with useful, delicious herbs. Running time: 5:46

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    Easy Self Watering Patio Container Garden – Growing Herbs and Leafy Green Vegetables

    Tuesday, May 29th, 2012

    John from www.growingyourgreens.com shows you from start to finish how easy it is to set up a self-watering patio pickers “raised bed” container garden. In this episode, John will set up two of these container gardens that are perfect for growing on a patio, deck, porch, lanai or other small area for people that live in an apartment, condo or townhome with limited space. John will show mixxing his special soil mixture and talk about what he is planting in each patio pickers garden and why. After watching this episode, you will be able to set up and start growing your own patio pickers garden.

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      Appetite Grows for Edible Gardens

      Thursday, April 26th, 2012

      A big trend in landscaping is adding edible plants as well as vegetables, grapes, daylilies, fruit trees, cabbage and spices to your flower beds or planters. Leslie Yazel has details on Lunch Break.

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        Off-Grid Self-Watering Container Gardening System: Step-By-Step

        Thursday, April 19th, 2012

        This is video #2 in my Off-grid self-watering container gardening system. This video shows you step-by step how to make the self watering part of this system. It really straight forward and easy enough for me to figure out and build. With this system you truly can grow a garden pretty much anywhere in the world.

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          Examples of Container Gardening, Raised Bed Garden, Vertical Tower Garden at the Great Park

          Monday, April 16th, 2012

          John from www.growingyourgreens.com goes on a field trip to the Orange County Great Park to share with you many different examples of how they are showing you can grow food at home. In this episode, you will see many different examples of growing food in different ways, such as: A Square Foot Raised Bed Garden, an Elevated Easy Access Raised Bed Garden, Vertical Tower Garden, Hay Bale Garden, Container Gardening, and even food growing in a wheelbarrow. After watching this episode, you will know many of the different ways you can grow a vegetable garden today. .

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            Unrealistic Gardening Expectations

            Thursday, March 22nd, 2012

            Grab a cup of coffee or soda or glass of juice and join me in my indoor wonderland of green where I explain how to achieve realistic gardening expectations as well as show some more tips on successfully growing various organic vegetables such as peppers, tomatoes, tomatillos, bush beans…and even potatoes! I’m having a great day today, but it’ll be even better if I could get you to take a few minutes to hang out with me. It’s always funner when you drop in. 🙂 ps: I promise not to throw potting soil this time, ok? Backyardhomesteader: www.youtube.com Help Feed hungry families: www.americanseedalliance.org Randy and Amanda www.youtube.com Give and Get Seeds!: www.youtube.com Contest Sponsor!: www.mypatriotsupply.com

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              Building a bottle tower for container gardening

              Saturday, March 10th, 2012

              Plastic bottles stacked into a bottle tower can be recycled to set up a vertical kitchen garden at home. The bottle towers are used for container gardening of vegetables and herbs. How to build such a tower is shown in different steps.

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                Edible Container Gardening

                Friday, December 30th, 2011

                You don’t need a big garden to grow your own produce. Learn how to grown your own salad ingredients using containers.

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                  Saturday, November 26th, 2011

                  John from www.growingyourgreens.com shares with you the best after black friday sale for gardeners. In this episode you will learn why John got up early this Saturday to make this video and where he is going to get 50% off one item of his choice to keep his garden habbit growing. Print the coupon at www.acehardware.com

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                    Container Gardening: An Easy Way to Grow Your Own Food

                    Thursday, September 22nd, 2011

                    Container gardening is a great way for beginning gardeners to start producing their own food. Jon Traunfeld from the University of Maryland Extension talks about everything you need to know, from potting soil to planting, to grow vegetables in containers. From five-gallon buckets to Earth boxes, container gardening gives you a ton of options for any budget. Read about container gardening here: www.agnr.umd.edu And check out individual vegetable profiles here: growit.umd.edu Thisvideo 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, which 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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