Added by on 2017-10-28

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares with you a deal on the Growums Garden in a Box for . The Growums is very similiar to the Earth Box but much less expensive. In this video John will share with you how to set up and plant out one of these container gardens. The Growums earth style box will allow you to grow food anywhere! Container vegetable gardening is one of the best ways to grow food if you rent or live in an apartment. For the best prices on delivered worm castings visit: http://www.rootnaturally.com/store/ Related PostsHow to Clone any plant for hydroponic or regular gardeningBackyard Organic Container Vegetable Garden Perfect for People Who RentContainer Garden Summer Update #4 Harvest Raw Food Vegetable GardeningContainer Garden Update #1 Vegetable Gardening Raised Bed Square Foot Tomato PlantsJuly Container Garden Harvest Update Deer and Possum Organic Vegetable Gardening lettuce seedContainer Garden Update 1 Harvest Layout Varieties Organic Raw Food Vegetable Gardening How to Grow

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20 Comments

  • Sandie Black 1 month ago

    Hey John. I have a question. I have been keeping worms in my back room for composting my kitchen waste products but I never seem to be able to get that lovely fluffy looking worm castings that I see in the videos. What am I doing wrong? My "finished" product is soggy, lumpy and hard. When I do manage to separate the "soil" from the worms ready to use as planting material, it dries out rock hard… I also have a problem with fruit flies and I think someone told me that might be due to over feeding my worms? If you could give me some tips I would be grateful. I have been keeping worms for several years but never have been able to harvest anything worth having.Thanks for any help you can give me. Sandie.

  • wi54725 1 month ago

    John, I went to 7 different Lowe's to buy them out of what they had back then, and all of them are still in use 4 years later. Half of them are no longer self-watering due to cracks, but they still work great as standard containers. When you look at Google Satellite of our yard, it looks very purplish where our 18 Growums are. All I do is add compost and a rock dust to it after every harvest. Thanks so much for this one. It is actually how I first discovered you around Xmas of 2012.

  • Ross28645 1 month ago

    well you will have lot of seeds for next year judging by all the box's behind you got a deal just in the seeds when there 10$ for every box lol

  • KELVIN ALSTON 1 month ago

    dam homie did you buy all the dam grow boxes ? because in middle of the video you said you at home

  • Stratosticks 1 month ago

    I sooooooo want to put my fist through this guy's face. Yeah, that's my inner-bully. What-evah.

  • Marifer Avery 1 month ago

    Hi:
    This container garden is no longer been sold. Can you make a video about making a clone of the dipstick????

  • Vicki Newby 1 month ago

    Nice cameo appearance by your little doggie 🙂

  • VibeRadiant 1 month ago

    Haha! Real men DO read instructions. How do you think Einstein got to where he was?

  • VibeRadiant 1 month ago

    Jon, do you also sell your crops at markets too? Surely you can't eat all that yourself?

  • studiotime 1 month ago

    I know that John will probably never read this so perhaps any of the subscribers would like to comment on the following question: I purchased an Earthbox like the one in this video and I'm curious to how "safe" it is to use plant starters from big box stores like Lowe's, etc. I plan on planting edible plants like herbs, greens, etc which obviously I will be ingesting. Any concern on eating these plants that are most likely non-organic? Thanks in advance…

  • Damon Tan 1 month ago

    Gardening for the rich

  • MissDaisyLolita 1 month ago

    Thanks, great tip.!

  • John Coffey 1 month ago

    At the end of the video John didn't use the dipstick as a cue to add more water. The dipstick was all the way down so why didn't John keep adding water until the dipstick read full?

  • opticalriot 1 month ago

    YAY STiCKERS!!!!

  • php storm 1 month ago

    got a self-watering container 24"x20" growing surface. stands 30" tall on castors (included) + a black sheet that goes over to of box and straps on w/ a rubber band. Tube + aeration screen included like in the kit in the vid. Got it for ~$13 marked down from $55 nigga. ye yeeee

    Listed for $10.01 here tho' http://tristatebid.hibid.com/lot/15333013/city-pickers-patio-garden-kit

  • Stina Marigold 1 month ago

    LOL where did that dog come from?

  • Too longwinded buddy! You are very knowledgeable, but less is more when teaching , sharing, or instructing in valuable info.

  • OmgKittys78 1 month ago

    Omg cute dog. Thanks for the info. Its been a while now, more then 2 years. Most likely don't have them any more. I'm wondering if I should buy some cloth bags or a grow box. I filled up my raised bed and would like to grow more but I have a lot of concrete.

  • Meena Mohanty 1 month ago

    john please infor me where the earth bux clone pot avialabe, for purchece

  • Misogynist Prime 1 month ago

    "Stickers, big deal." LOL