Added by on 2016-12-05

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ takes you on a quick tour of his summer 2016 front yard vegetable garden. In this episode, you will discover all the different vegetables and fruit trees that John is growing in his front yard wooden raised bed garden You will learn how he grows all his crops in raised beds which are filled with the highest quality organic compost and other nutrients that allow his plants to grow closer to their true genetic potential. You will also discover the worm casting trial that he is conducting using two different kinds of worm castings on different sides of his raised beds. Subscribe to GROWINGYOURGREENS for more videos like this: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=growingyourgreens Follow John on Instagram: http://instagram.com/growingyourgreens Watch all my videos at: https://www.youtube.com/user/growingyourgreens/videos Related PostsFront Yard Summer Raised Bed Vegetable Garden TourExtended Front Yard Urban Vegetable Garden TourSummer Backyard Raised Bed Vegetable Garden TourOrganic Backyard Vegetable Garden Tour – Summer TimeFront Yard Self Watering Vegetable Garden & Fruit TreesGrowing Food in Seattle: A Front Yard Raised Bed Vegetable Garden

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19 Comments

  • Susan White 8 months ago

    I have not heard anyone talk about moles what's there purpose.

  • Shane Corning 8 months ago

    This is SO awesome !!!!!!! This is how I want my own front yard. Some day I'll just transform the thing over night. That way nobody has time to complain. ;-)

  • Chloe Bell 8 months ago

    im jealous, you have the entire produce section in your from yard

  • Hannah Hirou 8 months ago

    How long did it take your fruit trees to grow? For example did you grow that fig tree from a seed?

  • leese 44 8 months ago

    Other than that nice video:")

  • leese 44 8 months ago

    The person who is taking the video is breathing hard:"(

  • John Smith 8 months ago

    Great vid!

  • rumissaxo 8 months ago

    Can you make a video about growing your own food in a places with colder winters? Like for the Midwest for example?

  • lunnuma 8 months ago

    Your yard is so amazing that it really couldn't be properly covered in a six-minute video.

  • UltimateEnd0 8 months ago

    I could never get my Ashitaba to germinate. I think I might just buy starts and go from there.

  • mgd 28 8 months ago

    LOVE your garden!

  • Michael Criswell 8 months ago

    What's the big tall plant? Akira? At 6:1

  • Willow Zheng 8 months ago

    Because this one is short, I clicked on it and l like to see your garden tour! I had been watching your videos until they got hour each, too long. Please make more this kind of short and informational videos, thank you for all the inspiration! I love gardening started with watching your early videos.

  • Bethany McGee 8 months ago

    I like the longer videos. I'd rather watch gardening videos than tv any day

  • Mr poked your girl 8 months ago

    love the new haircut.

  • Cindy-Lou Woo 8 months ago

    I wanted to share this video with you all. Vertical Gardening.
    https://youtu.be/-pDpCQHZM3g

  • tambasel 8 months ago

    Hi John, Great job on what your doing out there. all this free help and knowledge your spreading has reach far continents as far as Saudi Arabia !! I'm tamer canadian living in Saudi Arabia and have been planting for 6 months now and loving it. have my fruit garden in the backyard. lots of different fruit trees just got some papayas and moringa which I'm gona plant tomorrow. weather is crazy here now it's 50 degrees Celsius and humidity of 60% at times. but plants giving crazy growth everyday which is strange. anyway the reason of this message are 2 things.
    1- can I call you via fiverr but chat on Skype as I don't have a US number?
    2- if number 1 is not possible then one of my questions is. I get the plants here from nurseries in small pots which the roots sometimes are dangling off and I plant them a few days later. should I soak the roots in water in the meanwhile or keep them dry. keep in mind when I get them they are already like that. so will soaking help stimulate the roots once I plant? also is limestone a good semi alternative to rock dust? thank
    tambasel is my username btw :)

  • abideenعابدین turkyترکی‎ 8 months ago

    متشکرم,تشکر.شکرا'( thank you in persian,urdu,tukish& arabic) I am 100% vegan, 95% raw with frequent regular fasting. I quit meat& poultry long time ago, more recently quited egg& milk, milk products, except very littl yogurt , ,for ,prebio effect , indirectly synthysis by healthy gut
    bacteriaboosting vitamin b12 synthesis by healthy gut bacteria. While clean wholesome plant based foods is extremely important, it alone can not ensure health& longevity. As we are really only energy, matter don't exist, at quantum level, purification of soul,control of thought like meditation are absolutely important in addition to dozen of other factors like sound sleep, regular moving& exercise, enthusiasm to work, and most importantly loving all mankind universally and willing to help them!

  • Running Water in California 8 months ago

    thanks John. As per always… you rock!