If you’d like to try some unique ways to plant for your vegetable garden, try growing your plants in upside-down containers with a hole in the bottom. Learn the secrets of upside-down planting in this free video on vegetable gardening. Expert: Rose Keppler Contact: www.rosekeppler.com Bio: Rose Keppler is an artist and horticulturist who provides careful, detailed garden maintenance based on the principle that gardens should serve both functional and aesthetic purposes. Series Description: Vegetable gardening allows you to grow your own food, get acquainted with nature and generally have a lot of fun, and now your green thumb will get even greener with these vegetable gardening tips. A professional horticulturist shares her knowledge in this free video series. Related PostsVegetable Gardening : How to Plant a Vegetable Garden for Children Step by StepVegetable Gardening : How to Plant Zucchini in a GardenVegetable Gardening : How to Get Rid of Rabbits in Vegetable Gardens10 Ways to Make your Vegetable Garden More Productive in 2017…and Beyond!How To Plant Tomatoes & Peppers into Raised Bed Vegetable Garden in Arizona – Organic Gardening TipsVegetable Gardening : Tomato Gardening 101
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