Added by on 2016-06-16

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares with you his opinion on one pepper you should never grow and the varieties you may want to try. In this episode John shares with you how some of his pepper plants are performing in his garden and the one that hasn’t traditionally done well for him. He will also share some of the best early producers that are already producing edible delicious peppers in just a short amount of time. After watching this episode you will discover why you shouldn’t grow this worst performing pepper and some other varieties you may want to consider. Learn more about 500 different varieties of peppers at: http://www.chileplants.com John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ answers your gardening questions including: Do Chilean Guava Berries require Acidic Soil? Why Don’t You Grow Potatoes in Your Garden? Can I grow a Vegetable Garden in Tucson Arizona? Is there too much Sun? Will Diatomaceous Earth hurt the earthworms and soil microorganisms? How can I keep cats out of my garden so they don’t use it as a litter box? Can I add crushed calcium vitamins into my garden? Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsShould I Cut Down my Tree to Grow a Vegetable Garden?Why You Should Never Buy Liquid Hydroponic Gardening NutrientsEvery Home Garden Should Have this Fruit TreeEasy Vertical Hydroponics Tower Garden – Even Beginners Can Grow Food2016 Garden Upate – Garden Towers & Hot Pepper Plants in Grow BagsDIY Hydro Grow Bucket under $10 off grid hydroponic container get HUGE ghost pepper plant!!

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40 Comments

  • cheap hydroponix 1 year ago

    I guessed that plant was a jalapeno

  • Lynese Darling 1 year ago

    sweet peppers and hot peppers CANT share beds

  • Pat Deault 1 year ago

    Thanks for all the time you put into sharing your gardening knowledge and wisdom. I just started my first garden this year and you've been a big help. Your effort in spreading the awesomeness of home organic gardening is super appreciated. Take care and keep on growing as well! 😛

    Pat

  • Aldo Vaper Rivera 1 year ago

    Hey bro you gotta make the bell peppers in tighter separate boxes on themselves the tighter the growing the better they grow trust me on it

  • zepguwl thistle 1 year ago

    neither of the bells look healthy. I have never seen a bell leaf look like that

  • zepguwl thistle 1 year ago

    do you have much trouble with cross pollination by planting different varieties close together? i thought the hot needed to be separated from the sweet…

  • Shane Corning 1 year ago

    I am a peppers fanatic. 🙂 I have eleven potted Heirloom pots. Seeds from my Uncle. 27 stalks total? Oh some of them are Trinidad Scorpion peppers, too. I just put the peat starters right into the pots. One starter per pot. So some pots have 3 stalks. You are lucky to have so much space to grow!!!!! And optimal growing season and conditions. ~ Cheers from Michigan !!!!! Much love. "One".

  • binkyslapass1 1 year ago

    hows your intestines….haha…the cool thing about peppers…everyone has there own sauce and ways of using…even the shitty bell peppers to the most interesting…its all to diverse….

  • Jay Lockwood 1 year ago

    my red and green bell peppers are blooming alot

  • Derek Miller 1 year ago

    mphgardener has a video of his bell pepper plants that are growing in a greenhouse and on their 2nd year they are producing peppers in mass quantities. The bell pepper plant is well over 4 feet tall and around after being topped… My Bell pepper plants rarely produce more than 8-9 peppers per plant in their first year, and they are all ready to pick about the time the first frost hits and kills my plants. (I'm going to try to over winter my pepper plants this year.)

  • Mark ONeill 1 year ago

    I bet this guy got his start growing marijuana in his basement.

    Cut the top off the pepper plant and it will produce a little more.

  • matanuska high 1 year ago

    i see powdery mildew. and you have N toxicity from how dark they are.

  • Leonard Lithen 1 year ago

    This guy really loves peppers.

  • geminirat60 1 year ago

    i grow bells and they are my favorite, lots of flavor, your doing something wrong. i get so many i give them to my neighbors and family. disagreement with you

  • sean weir 1 year ago

    My bells take longer to produce but once they do I have tons of them all at once.

  • bogipepper 1 year ago

    Red bells rock.

  • bogipepper 1 year ago

    Bells are a different animal. Peace

  • bogipepper 1 year ago

    Not the peppers fault, yield is not one size fits all.

  • R. Toney 1 year ago

    I've had sorry production with bell peppers too.

  • BoxElder Cybersmith-E CRACKADON MISTER PERFECT 1 year ago

    HE IS OLD FASHIONED, HE IS PART OF A SHORT LIVED GENERATION THAT CRESCED AND WANED DURING THE INDUSTRIAL AGE OF HUMAN LABOR:
    IF U SAY HARDWARE AROUND THIS GUY [NOT ME BUT THE FEATURE CHARACTER OF THE VIDEO] YOU WILL THINK OF HAND TOOLS FOR HUMANS BUT THE REAL HARDWARE IS IN THE COMPUTER AND PPL WILL DO LESS WITH HANDHELD TOOLS LIKE MALLOTS AND SHOVELS AND INSTEAD THEY WILL ALL USE HARDWARE FOR MUCH LONGER- THOSE TOOLY THINGS LASTED FOR A FEW HUNDRED YEARS, A VERY SHORT LIVED GROUP OF GENERATIONS, SHOWING AGAIN HOW COMPUTER PROGRAMMING IS THE FUTURE, THIS CHANNEL, LEARN ORGANIC GARDENING, IS SOMETHING LIKE A TABLOID. PRAISE JAH

  • c fedyszyn 1 year ago

    Have to disagree. Potatoes are very nutritious and tasty and if grown organically you can eat the skins. I love potatoes. Yes, they do take up a lot of room, but so does broccoli, etc.

  • Friction 86 1 year ago

    Hey there love all of your videos they are full of great information. I do not comment much because I prefer to just take in the info 🙂 I am commenting now to point out a neat little guy over your left pocket! At 6:54 you can see the little fella run up under your collar. anyway thanks for the great videos!

  • Scott Walker 1 year ago

    They make good vodka

  • Coyote Spirit 1 year ago

    how do you

  • thebunnyfoofoo 1 year ago

    I personally love sweet potatoes. You can eat their greens and I have found some varieties are grown by some people JUST for their greens. Also, there are cool weird potato varieties like the African mint potato that has a mint growing as the greens and potatoes as tubers. And, finally, even though regular potatoes do not have edible greens and are readily available in the supermarket, if the potato you bought is starting to grow out the eyes, why not just cut it up and plant it? takes 5-10 min max.

  • Melt Down 1 year ago

    Potatoes are one of the easiest crops to plant and grow, even in the poorest soil conditions, and are very nutritional. In fact a medium sized potato contains 45% of daily vitamin C, and contain more potassium than a banana. They also contain protein, calcium, iron, thiamin, niacin, folate, zinc, copper, vitamin B6, phosphorus, magnesium, riboflavin, sugar, and they contain no fat or cholesterol. They would probably grow in the winter time in Las Vegas…lol.

  • Usagi 1 year ago

    Does diatomaceous earth break down over time so it doesn't harm earthworms? I want to use it in my composter because the composter attracts roaches.

  • Executive Managed Forex Co. 1 year ago

    Thousands of dollars available for growing consultants

  • Roger Wiley 1 year ago

    This guy is great! My sister moved to Colorado and used his tips & advice on horticulture to help grow the cannabis & stevia (natural sweetner) medicine which turned her uterine cancer into self destruct mode as according to the doctors and she might still have the ability to carry babies :). Please keep these vids coming sir, Thank You, ,,Zak

  • Mimi Rutler 1 year ago

    Did you know that you can live on potatoes alone? (well maybe you'd need some B 12) They are extremely nutritious. It's all the oil and junk people put on them that makes them calorie dense. Also, they satisfy hunger like almost nothing else. Try it!!! :)

  • Christina freeman 1 year ago

    Where do you get your seeds from

  • carol b 1 year ago

    what year are you living in 1969 ? 10 pounds potatoes for a dollar try 7 dollars for 5 pounds Yukon gold

  • SilverConquistador 1 year ago

    Arizona is like growing plants inside an oven.

  • raul canchola 1 year ago

    "or i may not answer it" hahaha that was funny as shit.

  • overlycreative1 1 year ago

    John, I'm smiling. Last year I just put a few potatoes in around my bee hives and forgot about them. Lo and behold, one day I'm out there and I see these small round rocks protruding through the soil. Wondering where did these come from? Imagine my surprise when I found them to be the baby spuds of my forgotten sowing. I definitely know the logic behind bang for buck on planting the best plants possible. However, since that time, my bees have provided, honey, wax, pollen. My trees provide an abundance of varied citrus, avocados, peaches, nectarines, apricots, plum and more. Tomatoes and Onions around the yard, herbs here and there amongst the trees, pears over there. I raise superworms for my Orpington, Delaware, Australorp and next week I add a Maran to the girls. The idea of a chocolate colored egg shell just thrills me. Why do I point this out? Because John, don't fail to understand why we do all this, not sometimes to say, how can I learn to accept a No but rather how can I find the yes that makes me happy. I tell you, some don't have the skills to do it all, but anyone can grow a potato, even if you don't mind it. It's the baby steps that make one happiest. Just look at the movie THE MARTIAN, I had something in common with that character. I grew a potato. I'll never go to the moon or to Mars, but I can conquer my little space on planet Earth. In your face Neil Armstrong.

  • Missy Rabbit 1 year ago

    I live in zone 8, caliche soil on the alkaline side. My pomegranates grow, but do not put out fruit. My figs, plums and pears do not put out fruit. I plant in compost. what am I doing wrong?

  • Robert Huffman 1 year ago

    THANK YOU JOHN FOR ALL THE INFO

  • whisperingsage 1 year ago

    Purple potatoes, and red, there are some red all the way through.

  • shadfurman 1 year ago

    I made a mixture of urine, tobasco sauce and soap to keep the dear from eating the sunflowers (man they like sunflowers) and that seemed to keep the cats away too. You can get coyote and wolf urine, but since I was shooting to just keep deer away I just used mine, maybe I have particularly predatory urine, but its free and ample supply (I hope) so might as well try that first.

  • Bill Astell 1 year ago

    Store bought potatoes are terrible compared to spuds grown in an organic garden.   I like spuds and have space so I grow hem even though store bought are sooo cheap.