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Mariam shows Adam and Judy the rooftop garden that she and her team at Global Generation have built. Featured on the rooftop garden are a “greater green water system” that collects water and cleans it for use in the building below, a wind turbine, flowers, solar panels and a composter. For more Design Squad Nation go to http://pbskids.org/designsquad Website – http://brothersgreen.com/ Youtube – http://www.youtube.com/brothersgreeneats Instagram – http://instagram.com/brothersgreen Twitter – https://twitter.com/BrothersGreenBK Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/BrothersGreenEats Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsLondon becomes a Roof Garden City with green living roofs, sky gardens and sustainable sky parksLondon Walk Around. The Roof Garden of Crossrail Place in Canary WharfLondon Eco Metal Roof Manufacturing – Eco Tile Installation (Method 1)London Eco Metal Roof Manufacturing – Eco Tile Installation (Method 2)Solar Powered Rooftop Garden Design (Owners Share Practical Tips And Tricks)Aerial Filming in London – Kensington Roof Gardens (filmed with a remote controlled hexarotor)

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  • coolpawpads 6 months ago

    Isn't it magnificent we have a roof garden in Greenpoint brooklyn …we have lots of herbs including
    Strawberries…mint silantro basil lettuce..just fantastic thank you for sharing..

  • Faith Chong 6 months ago

    but you need thyme to grow a herb garden. 

  • yoloswag 6 months ago

    Hey mike, you can put those grape leaves to good use by making dolmas with them. They're basically stuffed grape leafs that make an awesome appetizer! Just boil the leaves, then add cooked ground beef, rice, and lentils then put em in a pot for a few minutes then add some lemon juice on top of them to finish em off! This recipe is pretty damn versatile. You can add onions in the grape leaves, raisins, eggplant. Whatever you like. I'm telling you about this cuz it's pretty easy and you guys are

  • D3FS3 6 months ago

    If you add this tag
    yt:stretch=16:9
    its make your video in fullscreen without the black border.

  • zomgshuddup 6 months ago

    you can juice the grapes

  • AmberFairydust 6 months ago

    tomato and basil also work good on the same plate 😀
    

  • Jason Ratchford 6 months ago

    lol my snap peas dont make it too far from the garden either

  • alffiev 6 months ago

    This is an impressive rooftop garden! Can't wait for all the recipes! 🙂
    You can use grapes to make pork tenderloin with grape sauce!
    

  • martinw93 6 months ago

    Mike you're gorgeous and so is your garden! I'm moving out of my apartment soon, hoping I have some actual space to grow in my next one haha

  • MissSoandSo 6 months ago

    Drip system…that must be what those black tubes on the surface of all your container beds are, right? I'll get on that too! Looking forward to more of the Roof Top Gardening Series and all the cool stuff BGE comes up with. Thank you!

  • Lucía Quesada 6 months ago

    Thank you 😀 and keep it up with the good recipes and tips! :3 

  • Brothers Green Eats 6 months ago

    shade cloth will definitely help. I actually installed some in my garden because its about 10 degrees hotter on the roof. The best solution is to upgrade to a drip system. I can show you a video on this later but it has changed my life! haha

  • Brothers Green Eats 6 months ago

    every plant has a different harvest time which you can read up online but the easiest way to know when to harvest is when the vegetable or fruit looks ready! The best part about growing your own food is that you can harvest when its ripe on the vine rather then getting something at the grocery store which has been picked early:(

  • Allyssa Voisin 6 months ago

    This makes me want to make a herb garden

  • Wing Man Siu 6 months ago

    Love love love your garden!!

  • Selene Zapata 6 months ago

    Mikel I love your garden 🙂 

  • Ihasface 6 months ago

    fuck yeah garden updates! just what I wanted to see. this certainly explains why my cucumbers and peppers havent shot up like all my other veggies yet. 

  • peytonhillis41 6 months ago

    Cool :)

  • Kirsty Bleyl 6 months ago

    totally want to buy a blueberry plant now! also, a request for upcoming videos: try to make the odd craze that is the Cronut!

  • Lucía Quesada 6 months ago

    How do you know when to harvest? o.O Im sorry if my question is really stupid, I'm a noob with this things