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There are so many recommendations and suggestions for gardening and plant care out there, but which are fact and which are fiction? Join Kari Houle, Extension Educator Horticulture, as she walks you through some of the most common garden and plant myths and explains why they are myths and gives recommendations for better plant care. A massive update with so much to show I have no clue how I’m goign to make it all fit, but i must have because your watching it. A big thank you to the fan who sent me the macho bag of goodies. thank you! .99 Heirloom Vegetable Seeds: http://www.migardener.com/store ——————————————————————————————- MIgardener Website http://www.MIgardener.com Join the fun on facebook @ http://www.facebook.com/MIgardener +1 me on Google+ @ http://www.google.com/+MIgardener Pin us on Pinterest @ http://www.pinterest.com/MIgardenerYT Follow the fun on twitter @ http://www.twitter.com/MI_Gardener Come tumble with us @ www.MIgardener.tumblr.com Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsFour Seasons Boston – Urban Gardening With Kids For CharityFour Seasons Boston – Tree Trivia On The Green Roof Of Our Boston HotelUrbanscape – Green Roof in four seasonsFour Seasons Boston – Organic Honey From Our Green Roof Bee HivesGreen Revolution Series: Green RoofsExtended Seasons Indoor Gardening, Bagley, MN

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22 Comments

  • zincink 6 months ago

    I watched the entire video and glad to know that I wasn't wrong about most things. In relation to tea bags, the old fashioned trick learned by my Southern Grandma is to save your loose leaf tea (not tea bags) after making sweet tea, and throwing the strained loose leaf tea leaves at the bottom of your plants.

  • Адам Томпсон 6 months ago

    You missed one 0:55 "If Grandma said it then it must be true!"

  • MrMac5150 6 months ago

    Audio is perfect, but you need to use something to defuse your lighting in the video evenly, light and dark ex-streams…

  • GrowSomethingGreen 6 months ago

    Looking good guys

  • Fensterfarm Greenhouse 6 months ago

    I tried to give you a thumbs up but it was turned off? Nice haul on the seeds Luke!

  • dainasoar 6 months ago

    Hi Luke. Thanks for the video. Looking good! Do You know if I can throw litter from the cat-box in the compost? And if so, do I need to take some precautions? It`s a clay burnt into small perlite-sized balls and what the cats have contributed with 🙂 Maybe it is even possible to give it to the worms? I would appreciate some advice from anyone who has some good ideas. Thanks again.

  • ALISHA SIMMONS 6 months ago

    Are you growing your plantes in your bed room? I love your videos .Ray said that you are good and you are.
    have a great growing season.

  • kim taylor 6 months ago

    Very nice video Luke, I'm so impressed with your plants and how they are growing. Thanks for all the helpful information you provide. Keep up the great work. Do people think because you are young and have great gardening skills you should be growning mj?

  • levi rogers 6 months ago

    why dont you try growing medical cannabis?

  • Becky Satter 6 months ago

    You inspired be to start my basil seeds indoors, I always miss those flavors in the winter time!

  • markelious 6 months ago

    @ 11:03 lettuce? looks scary …yet cool…what variety is it?

  • Thesmalltowngardener 6 months ago

    Another great video Keep up the great work Luke!!!!

  • N. W.O 6 months ago

    @Praxxus55712 LOL i cant help it, its definatly fishy!! Ughhhh so bad!

  • Diane Mumm Garden Videos 6 months ago

    that's a lot of seeds Luke.. how generous ! how soon can you plant outdoors ?

  • Lois Laney 6 months ago

    All your plants are looking really good. Will probably start mine next month. Hooray for your coffee bean plant!!

  • Lois Laney 6 months ago

    @GardenNewbie I cannot stand cilantro either. They say you either love it or hate it. There is no in between. LOL

  • N. W.O 6 months ago

    OMG i almost puked when u showed that cilantro, lol… I have some growing right now too, I used to work in a fish processing plant, and when i cut off a peice of cilantro to try i couldnt even eat it, it smells exactly like fish rotting, sooo bad, yuckkkk, lol,… but i see most ppl love it, definatly not gonna be in my garden come spring, hahaha, nnice update, and WOW whata gift!!! so nice!

  • AnOldeSoul Soul 6 months ago

    Luke, about the Neem Oil–is that one of those things that work best with a really even application?
    If so, go to the medicine cabinet, and find one of those bottles of nose spray that has the super-fine mist. Rinse it out [yes the top WILL come off, and go back on] and put in some oil, then try it out on the basil.
    Let me know how it works…I use one of those bottles for Saline Spray for my poor stuffy nose.

  • AnOldeSoul Soul 6 months ago

    WOW!! Mr and Mrs Cole, can I get on your mailing list? Luke, you are way to blessed for words!

  • freakygeaktwo 6 months ago

    congrats on the coffee plant hope there is more luck with the next attempt, great update and nice gift looks like you may have some extras to share not that I'm hinting lol look forward to more updates. Thanks for sharing.

  • RandomHelena 6 months ago

    @MIgardener Your Fairy Gardenmothers 😛

  • RandomHelena 6 months ago

    Very cool gift!