Added by on 2016-09-09

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares with you his top tips for having a successful garden that all start with the letter P. In this episode, John will share one of the tasks he has been doing recently in the garden, and share his words of wisdom about gardening with you. You will discover 5 important words that all begin with the letter P that are important to have a successful garden. Setting yourself up for success is important, and with these 5 tips, you will be on your way to have a more productive garden. Subscribe to GROWINGYOURGREENS for more videos like this: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=growingyourgreens Follow John on Instagram: http://instagram.com/growingyourgreens Watch all my videos at: https://www.youtube.com/user/growingyourgreens/videos Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsSuccessful Indoor GardeningMy Pepper Plants Perished ! Will I Give Up Vegetable Gardening ?6 Easy Steps to Successful GardeningGardenieres: Southern Style Vegetable GardeningContainer Vegetable Gardening | Introduction to my container vegetable gardeningTropical Perennial Vegetable Gardening in Hawaii

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17 Comments

  • CoolAs 1 year ago

    I love gardining

  • Mike P 1 year ago

    People need to turn off their televisions. Stop reading newspapers. All of these contain hidden messages that make you a consumer. I got more satisfaction and learned 10 times more just from growing food this summer than I've learned from 10 years of watching television.

  • TheBase1aransas 1 year ago

    I always look at my gardening as an experiment. I'm always trying to better the soil and hone my technique and no two years are the same weather wise. That said, I've gotten more and better food every season, and we have 2-3 and possibly 4 seasons where I live. (Some years it doesn't get cool enough to grow some things well).

  • Wayne Newman 1 year ago

    hye man. i just subscribe to your vids. great work. love your vids. i thought i would never enjoy a show on growing plants and veg! peace from Australia!

  • Translucent Microcosm 1 year ago

    I have learned much from your vids. On my third year. That being said. I took your advice on Neem oil and DE. Doesn't work! I tend my garden twice a day. Yet cabbage moths and other insects lay eggs and I'm having to kill worms/caterpillars everyday.
    They decimate my kale and many other plants overnight. I need an alternative to pest control. Suggestions anyone? Giving false info and every random tip is detrimental to my garden. My soil is good. Compost is abundant, so no problem there. Plants seem healthy and productive yet I'm not eating bug eaten everything. And… Even though I DE and neem watermelon and cantaloupe, worms eat into them just as they begin to ripen. I've thrown out/composted more than I've harvested. Maybe Vegas has less pests than the deep south? Maybe your experimenting and passing along misinformation before you see results?

  • Brandon McGrew 1 year ago

    how many raised gardens do you have?

  • sherry nalder 1 year ago

    John you still rock!

  • Raghead420roll 1 year ago

    Thx john

  • Anita Turner 1 year ago

    I am in Dallas, and just now starting my garden. my backyard is concrete, so I am starting with Containers and will move to a raised bed eventually, but I want to start small and see how I do. I am vegan but not raw, but I want to grow my own greens.
    thanks for helping with the soil information. My 4 pepper plants give me 2 each, so far. I am going to treat my soil. i have a lot of sun in my back yard, so I need to improve the soil. THANKS for the details on that.

  • kkonstantinosss2 1 year ago

    PEN15 X 5

  • Shanisha Crawford 1 year ago

    Another great video. Do you sell Malabar spinach cuttings? I purchased seeds, but had no success with germination. I have made several attempts to plant them from seed. I would love to purchase cuttings if you sell them.

  • Orange Lee 1 year ago

    that's delicious, i have that in my yard. here in the philippines we call that (alukbati)
    very easy to grow and it has full of nutrients

  • Aloha Terps 1 year ago

    love your videos John! you've inspired me to grow Organic too!

  • James Licking 1 year ago

    John you forgot another p that is pruning.

  • Donna Mcdonald 1 year ago

    I love this! Thanks, John! :)

  • Frances Gannon 1 year ago

    Yes, I need to practice all the tips I learn from your You Tube videos. It's so fun to go out to my front yard and pick chard, parsley, tomatoes peppers and other herbs. Thanks for suggesting to grow greens. I look out my kitchen window so content that I am blessed to be able to grow my own food.

  • atripa645 1 year ago

    Also check out "The 7 Spiritual Laws of Can Scavenging'