Added by on 2016-06-07

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares with you how some of his pepper plants that perished. You will discover if John will give up gardening or what he will do. You will learn how John views his garden as a continual growing experience, and how to learn and figure out why your plants did not make it so you can do it better next time. John will also share his secrets on how you can 100% succeed when growing a garden by purchasing your plants at a certain store. John will also reveal some of his other tips on how to ensure you have a successful garden. Watch all GrowingYourGreens Videos at: https://www.youtube.com/user/growingyourgreens/videos Subscribe to GrowingYourGreens for more videos: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=growingyourgreens Follow John on Instagram at: https://instagram.com/growingyourgreens/ Related PostsHow to Start Seeds the EASY Way. tomato pepper vegetable garden kale tomatoesVegetable Gardening : How to Protect Vegetable Plants from Frost DamageContainer Garden Update #1 Vegetable Gardening Raised Bed Square Foot Tomato PlantsVegetable Gardening : How to Protect Outdoor Plants From FrostHow to Plant Pepper Plants (Hydroponic Greenhouse)Pepper and Vegetable Progress / New Seedlings 12-17-12

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20 Comments

  • Toni Pollack 1 year ago

    You must mulch.

  • jr785015 1 year ago

    nice vid dude

  • Shane Corning 1 year ago

    I would dislike this because dying plants is bogus. BUT I won't because John likes hot peppers. 🙂 And Team Torta would tell me not to. By the way some of my hot pepper plants died on the tips very similar to yours, John. But other leaves are healthy and fine. Last season, I had plants that looked sad, also, but, still fruited, and the peppers were great. STILL Learning, ~ Shane

  • Twowheeler 1 1 year ago

    Im having the exact same problem!

  • Billy Joe Mac Allister 1 year ago

    John is such an awesome guy! I love all the stories from his mom yelling at him to do stuff right, to the Girls in High school into manhood with his current success in life! Always informative and always entertaining. Thankyou sir!

  • Hannah Daniel 1 year ago

    jJohn you don;t mulch your plants? Won't the soil dry out?

  • WAKE,UP,UK 1 year ago

    their too drygive em a bit of shade a blue net above……….cool em down keep em wet

  • DJ ROSI 1 year ago

    Sorry about your plants! They look thirsty to me! Thanks to you, you inspired me and now I have started my backyard garden!

  • motojustin4 1 year ago

    LOL.. That ending.. hahaha.. Love the part also on learning to garden on lowes or home depot dime.. LOL Purrrrrfect..

  • BigGirl klein 1 year ago

    You are going to get sick of too much pepper ideas, but Pepper don't like too much water, they need hot weather and full sun.

  • Macki Pierce 1 year ago

    John! Thank you for all over your videos! My husband has been growing vegetable plants for 4 years now last year he got sick and he had one tomato plant and 2 pepper plants.They didn't do well because he wasn't able to take care of them.He is still sick but on the path of healing! So (to help get him better and cheer him up) I took him to the big box store because they had a sale 5 plants for 10dollars and I got a bunch of seed packs for a quarter  each some for ten cents… and I didn't  expect alot. I was wrong! Everything I got grew better than weeds! So I had a deck full of seedlings!I'm giving  a bunch away! I've turned every bin, bucket, and container I could into The CRAZIEST  container garden  my street has ever seen! My husband is the happiest I've seen him in months!I'm just thankful that I was able to get enough soil to plant it all!(a few donations  helped out!) again I'm glad I stumbled  on your videos because I wouldn't have had a clue as to what to do with all this stuff! from soil to pest control  It has helped  so much! Now if I could find tree collards Id be supper happy!!

  • TectonicBreeder 1 year ago

    Ive noticed pepper plants will wilt quickly without water

  • TectonicBreeder 1 year ago

    My only tribulation when growing peppers is really pretty much the wind! They don't like a lot of wind lol

  • GT MM 1 year ago

    Please watch on youtube Gavin Seim

  • GT MM 1 year ago

    Please watch on youtube The Doctor Of Common Sense

  • Shando briese 1 year ago

    Hi john I am a newbie and just love watching your videos!! I started my little trays and have them in front of my south window… I'm keeping my house 75 round the clock and I have their little domes on them… Do you think that will suffice?? Can they go without those heat matts?? Ps I'm in Las Vegas too

  • Amanda Custer 1 year ago

    I love you.

  • Wen Dacyon 1 year ago

    just like my tomato :(

  • Rich Dresbaugh 1 year ago

    Why don't you tell people to wrap their pepper and tomato plants truno with news paper to stop cut worms from killing the plants

  • Gro2Health Heirlooms 1 year ago

    So inspiring!