Added by on 2017-04-26

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ takes you on a tour of his suburban front yard garden where he is growing many vegetables over the winter time. In this video, you will learn about some of the vegetables that can be grown in the winter time. After watching this video you will also learn about one of Johns new upcoming vegetables that is relatively unknown. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHow To Grow Vegetables In Winter With A Preppers Winter Vegetable GardenGrow Medicinal and Edible Herbs in Your GardenVegetables grown in potsPlanting a Vegetable Garden for Winter in Northern CaliforniaEasy Vertical Hydroponics Tower Garden – Even Beginners Can Grow FoodWhy Local Vegetables Deserve The Investment Put Forth

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20 Comments

  • Connor Joyce 5 months ago

    Hi John, what part of Northern California are you located? I'm in Chico in Butte County. Wondering if your winter advice applies to Chico as well.

  • June ribaldi 5 months ago

    Excellent Information Thank You Brother John

  • eliteagle75 5 months ago

    I had walked my dog that morning and he water those plants by lifting one leg.

  • Dalton Feasel 5 months ago

    4:00 LOLOLOLOL

  • Donna Johnson 5 months ago

    why do you grow hybrids

  • House of Escobar 5 months ago

    Older radish greens can poke your tongue pretty bad. Steam 'em for a bit.

  • Tim G 5 months ago

    Hey there Mr. John would ya happen to have a video or any good reference points on how to combat different pest/ insects organically

  • Hi it's Harr I love your garden Infomatics

  • S Williams 5 months ago

    You need a TV show.

    Or, a TV show needs you.

  • Sulaima Valo 5 months ago

    I'm going to order online some seeds to plant. can you please write the names of all the plants you showed us in this video? thank u 🙂

  • Danny Fry 5 months ago

    Do you ever buy store food lol

  • Monique Wyatt 5 months ago

    Wonderful!!

  • Touran S 5 months ago

    Wow! This was only your front yard. You are so lucky! Thank you so much for posting I learned and enjoyed a lot. God bless you. I love gardening and I wish some day I can have a nice size back yard a least. Lol

  • LKH Fun 5 months ago

    Very good example of the subtle microclimates you can have in a small yard with drastic differences.  I was surprised to learn that small tree could make a frost shelter for the tomato.  I assume frost shelters are from buildings and large wind breaks.  Thank you.

  • CSAcitizen Feather 5 months ago

    NO tomatoes or green beans or Swizz Chard ? NO Egg Plant or Goji fruit (VERY nutritious) or no Brussels Sprouts ? Would like to know how to get the Brussels Sprouts to grow in those balls (buds) since I've tried for years and they always come out in loose leaves. Also no melons ? You have no Aloe Vera either or cactus. No Pineapples ?(yes they take up a lot of space for getting just one fruit per p;ant). You need to buy the property next to you to spread out <G>, and grow these things too and show us how to.

  • Talk Nerdy To Me 5 months ago

    Slugs in your raised beds? Amazon (or maybe your local hardware store) has adhesive copper tape that you can put around the edge of each bed. It will keep out slugs and snails by acting as an electro-chemical barrier to them – they'll get a shock if they try to cross it! I got like 50 feet for about $15.

  • Anna Garcia 5 months ago

    do you juice the slugs too? j/k where in norcal is yr garden?

  • frank & bianca 5 months ago

    Can I grow a garden is Southern California in winter?

  • Ruth Williamson 5 months ago

    John, I know this video is old, but I'm trying to figure out if the Miners' Lettuce grows in my area. Does it get star-shaped yellow flowers on it?