Added by on 2016-05-05

John from shares with you his project of the day: Planting 11 tomato plants into a 4 foot x 10 foot raised bed garden. In this episode you will learn the proper spacing to use when planting tomatoes. You will also discover the differences between determinate and indeterminate tomato plants. You will also learn more about the texas tomato cage john will use that will allow him to grow them vertically Related PostsContainer Garden Update #1 Vegetable Gardening Raised Bed Square Foot Tomato PlantsGarden Update May 12, Raised Bed Square foot Vegetable Gardening Healthy Raw FoodFilling Your Square Foot Raised Bed Garden with Soil from LowesGarden Update #4 Red Peppers Tomatoes Raised Bed Square Foot Vegetable Gardening HarvestGrowing Single Stem Tomatoes Vertically in a Square Foot GardenHomeschooling, Child-Led Learning, and Noah’s Square Foot Garden

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  • martin morales 1 year ago

    too much blah blah blah. . . stfu already you repeat everything like 10 times ala verga…

  • martin morales 1 year ago

    too much blah blah blah. . . stfu already you repeat everything like 10 times ala verga…

  • bryce prather 1 year ago

    love the cages, think ill use this video as a green thumbers drinking game tho… "he said it! take a shot! he said texas tomato cage!"

  • Castle of Costa Mesa 1 year ago

    Thanks John! I admire your work, it has inspired me to start building my soil and grow my own foods. I want to watch all your videos!

  • kthomp55 1 year ago

    Please show and explain the watering system you use. And how to put in the water system. Where to get the materials. Thank you.

  • Sid Ashraf 1 year ago

    I'd love to grow veggies in my yard but in Houston we have serious problem of Fire ants. if I use fire ant killer in the bed would that hurt the plant or veggies?

  • Sundog Presco 1 year ago

    My question to you is: Through reverse psychology, how can I make my plants believe that they want a smaller piece of cake?

  • Sara Pierce 1 year ago

    Where do you get those tomato cages?

  • lakisbouz 1 year ago

    Love you John!
    Thanks for the awesome upload.
    Time to start growing tomatoes ….

  • Erni Tjahjadi 1 year ago

    where can I buy Texas tomato cage

  • overthehills_faraway 1 year ago

    Yuppy gardening…

  • constance brown 1 year ago

    I have a large tomato plant in a large pot. It was doing great with lots of blooms but we have had lots of rain in Texas and I believe it has gotten to much water and not looking good. I removed lots of yellow leaves and stems but it seems to be in shock. Do you have any suggestion what I can do? thanks

  • Patrick Crowe 1 year ago

    till it wanted to take a nap. Brilliant! Good explanation on determinate v indeterminate.

  • OneClickPony 1 year ago

    Great supports but risk of putting an eye out "admiring" tomatoes seems acute!

  • Jim Hunt 1 year ago
  • Corey Barnes 1 year ago

    I did not read all the comments but my question is I have cats and I noitced you had one by your car. How do you or do you keep them out of the raised beds?

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  • Ryan Bingham 1 year ago

    Where do you get those cages?

  • Pritsie 1 year ago

    How big is your garden? Dayum..