Added by on 2015-09-05

Now that you have the basics of this system by watching the first two videos I share with you my “ultimate container”. I don’t know of a better container to produce more food in less space than this ultimate container. Due to many reasons including the variations of plants, the density of planting and the ability to stack these containers make them the ultimate container for container gardening. Imagine being able to grow forty plants in a one foot area! Something different today, planting flowers in a pot to add color and interest to your landscape. Here we take some annuals and build a nice flower pot focal point for the garden. Find me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LawnCareTips Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsPlanting 21 Garlic Plants in Self-Watering Container GardenDIY Hydroponic Garden Tower The ULTIMATE hydroponic system growing over 100 plants in 10 sq feetDIY Hydroponic Garden Tower – The ULTIMATE hydroponic system growing over 100 plants in 10 sq feetBEST HYDROPONIC SYSTEM – The ULTIMATE hydroponic system growing over 100 plants in 10 sq feetShipping container house – Green roofContainer Gardening – How to Grow Vegetables in Pots

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39 Comments

  • patrice h. 1 year ago

    Great for Indoors with Plant lighting or outdoors balconies, porches or on a podium?

  • Mika Bertera 1 year ago

    Dave gal -Burger King uses these buckets for their pickles. They're just going to throw them away so if you ask and they have an empty one they'll give it to you or save one for you ?

  • Meghan Cooley 1 year ago

    have you heard of a tower garden??

  • dave gale (none) 1 year ago

    I will say Im going to try it?

  • dave gale (none) 1 year ago

    where do you guys get off with all these free 5 gallon buckets??????

  • Brian Gojdics 1 year ago

    Just curious as to how I would continue the wicking process if I were to stack on on top of the other?

  • tim truo 1 year ago

    awesome work . Still I dont get the part how is it " self watering"??

  • Carol Skinner 1 year ago
  • BaskingInObscurity 1 year ago

    Duct tape also has latex, which leaches into the water and therefore the fruit/veggies. That's no big deal for most people, but one in ten persons (10%) has a latex allergy.?

  • idontgiveafuckaboutyourwaroryourpresident 1 year ago

    great!!!?

  • idontgiveafuckaboutyourwaroryourpresident 1 year ago

    I'm a chick and it looks like it's finally time to invest in a drill…?

  • idontgiveafuckaboutyourwaroryourpresident 1 year ago

    i want composting?

  • idontgiveafuckaboutyourwaroryourpresident 1 year ago

    only thing is, what type of plastic are those containers? in the hot sun they could leach…less organic :/?

  • simon slabaugh 1 year ago

    Check out this video on YouTube:?

  • Scott Prian 1 year ago

    Is that a water hose in the bottom, or a bubbler??

  • mostafa kamal 1 year ago

    excelent?

  • mathew krstic 1 year ago

    how does it water?

  • Izolda G 1 year ago

    the idea with the nylon is inspiring.?

  • Stephen Corson 1 year ago

    May we ALL grow !! TRULY INTO YESHUA CHRIST !! happy harvest !!….stephen?

  • Michael Rizzo 1 year ago

    Sources I have found

  • matt0218 1 year ago

    My neighbor's lawn is a little greener than mine – he has trees that provide shade, so watering goes further and the lawn gets greener – but he doesn't have any flowers on his landscape. It looks dull and boring. Almost sterile.

  • Uk Lawn Care 1 year ago

    Congratulations on the 10,000 subs mate?

  • Janelegant 1 year ago

    This was great!

  • Ravi Shah 1 year ago

    Hi Allen. Awesome videos. I have been following your guidance this year, and i am pleased to say I have one of the best lawns in my neighborhood. Thank you.

  • prs22sg 1 year ago

    Allan, I have a Holly shrub that has sooty mold.

  • myriadcorp 1 year ago

    I love this channel.?

  • Adventure Outdoors 1 year ago

    HGTV will be calling you soon for your own show.?

  • scatman williams 1 year ago

    Another great lesson from the landscaping master!?

  • Paul Connolly 1 year ago

    That video made my day Allan. GREAT job. Simple project that brings happiness for months. Keep up the fantastic work!!?

  • John D'Auria 1 year ago

    Nice job – great vid cool change of pace?

  • ringworm999 1 year ago

    Would it be bad to put nearly a whole bag of milorganite on only 1250 sq ft.? ?

  • Lamont Hunt 1 year ago

    Nothing like HG TV from The Lawn Care Nut. ( Great Video ) Man when me and my wife plant flowers there just one thing that comes after that DEATH. More vids if you would differently in learning mood.?

  • Monica Laguna 1 year ago

    +The Lawn Care Nut the only think you forgot is the fertilizer, but I dont know if in your state you have restriction to use them, beatifull work (excuse me english Im practicing).?

  • Greenman Outdoors 1 year ago

    what state are you moving to??

  • Shonda W 1 year ago

    Just in time for Mother's Day… tfs!?

  • NessaT419 1 year ago

    Good job! Looks great. ?

  • Matt 1 year ago

    You're moving?? Such a beautiful home, you shouldn't have a hard time selling it?

  • Lawn Care Savannah GA 1 year ago

    Great video!?

  • The Lawn Care Nut 1 year ago

    Planting some flowers this weekend…?