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John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com goes on a field trip to South Florida to learn about what Bruce is growing in his standard residential suburban home. He is growing trees and shrubs in the front yard and vegetables and even more trees in the back yard. Learn about growing in grow boxes made out of sterilite storage bins and learn more about moringa. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsEasy Vertical Hydroponics Tower Garden – Even Beginners Can Grow FoodVegetable Gardening South Florida StyleTeaching Kids Vertical Hydroponic Growing & Raised Bed Gardening at Pine Jog School in South FloridaGrowing Food in Seattle: A Front Yard Raised Bed Vegetable GardenMy organic vegetable garden + some tips for growing your own food!Winter Tour of My Vegetable Garden, part 3 – Moringa Tree

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20 Comments

  • Michael Quintana 5 months ago

    Bruce
    Please put a shirt on…

  • Ripsaw Blitz 5 months ago

    Moringa…truly a miracle tree and a super food. Check out the "miracle fruit" (not the moringa tree, but amazing)

  • Sheri Martin 5 months ago

    just found your channel ….great info…..

  • Mike Christiaan 5 months ago

    Jesus made food, please turn to Him!

  • Flindo BK 5 months ago

    I live in North Port, one hour from ft myers. I start to plant fruit. I have manggo, Guava, Promagrate, papaya, lots of small plant chili, lemon grass, tapioka and plan to plant moringa and maybe dragon fuit.

  • Nix Lam 5 months ago

    Bananas grow easily here in Malaysia.

  • Nix Lam 5 months ago

    I've never grow any big trees, but I do have some chili trees, tiny oranges, orchids, cactus and some air plants.

  • Tim Huffman 5 months ago

    I'm in Lehigh Acres Florida (about 20-30 minutes away from Echo in Ft. Myers) .. I've been in the process of turning my backyard into an organic food garden. I've made about 7 raised beds so far. I have a Tommy Atkins Mango tree, a Loquat tree, a Florida Prince Peach tree, a Papaya tree, and a Grumichama tree… I still have lots of room for a few Banana trees and Moringa trees too…. I'm only on my 2nd year of gardening, so it's been an extremely excellent learning experience

  • Demian 5 months ago

    Love the videos!

  • Spill Burg 5 months ago

    I have more than 40 baby moringa trees growing in a big deep pot 2' diameter 3' deep.  Is this a bad idea?  biggest one is about 9 inches so far.
      *update* they are doing great in my big pots from homey depot.  about 1-1/2 feet tall now from seeds.

  • fritter51 5 months ago

    Check out Larry Hall on YouTube. Has great system using rain gutters and buckets and grow bags (the blue bags from Wal-Mart).

  • t dub 5 months ago

    thats my first thought, i don't know about earthbox forum, but there are plenty of videos on here showing how to do same design(and many others), its funny shes charging 17$ for PDF file and say don't print it out because its copyright. i hope shes/they shapes up their business thats open to troubles. lets see, stole other people ideal claimed it yours, steal John Video since all other videos about earthbox is actually showing how how to make one. more like rip off farm

  • t dub 5 months ago

    that grow box, how do i make it. i know theres dozen edus on here, but i want to know that certain design for the one in the video

  • TheFishGuy86 5 months ago

    i just planted my first moringa tree from benders grove here in florida and ive noticed that some of the bottom part of the six foot tree is turning yellow. why? and what should i do about it????

  • Steven Scott 5 months ago

    I started them indoors under grow lights, then set them outside for the summer. They flowered, but didn't last very long.

  • nick95playa 5 months ago

    indoor or outdoor, im in newjersey

  • NotWatching666999 5 months ago

    It makes me sad that Funkey Chicken farm is getting credit for these Earth Boxes. 🙁 She was just a member on an Earthbox forum. What she is doing is great helping more people grow in an easy way. She is really capitalizing on free knowledge but its the service of bringing it to you that you are paying for. She is even selling heirloom seeds she harvest herself, which is also great. I use to grow the Rozelle but lost it over time. Id love to get some seeds again.

  • brnruggiero 5 months ago

    Good ideas! And your a firefighter, even better!

  • MrandMissConverted 5 months ago

    @growingyourgreens Thanks for the post about moringa. Had never heard about them previously. When I wanted to order seeds, there were 2 types: moringa oleifera and moringa stenopetala. What is the difference?

  • Steven Scott 5 months ago

    I have three Moringa seedlings growing! …in Maine 🙂