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John from goes on a field trip to a viewers home to share with you their backyard container garden. In this episode you will learn exactly how you can set up a backyard container garden which is an excellent way to grow a garden if you rent or have commitment phobias about making changes to your property. After watching this episode you will have the knowledge you need to get out and grow a organic vegetable garden today, so you can start harvesting your own fresh vegetables and fruits and tasting the difference tomorrow. Video Rating: / 5 Everyone can have a vegetable garden in the summer, even folks with just a few feet of patio space. Mark Viette explains how. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsKERALA STYLE ORGANIC BACKYARD VEGETABLE GARDEN TOUR | American Malayali Farm [Malayalam vlog ]Garden TOUR HARVEST September 19th container gardening fall organic vegetable patioContainer Garden May 4th UPDATE Harvest Lettuce Organic vegetable gardening how to growContainer Garden UPDATE November 28th organic vegetable gardening how to plantOrganic Container Garden Update MAY 20th raw food diet vegetable gardening how to plant growJune 12th Container GARDEN UPDATE walkthru tour Organic Vegetable Gardening how to plant

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  • Sustainable Michiana 5 years ago

    Backyard Organic Container Vegetable Garden Perfect for People Who Rent?

  • calvinfbrown 5 years ago

    with the amount of angles that will reduce the water pressure and volume by the time the plant has water what is the PSI for water pressure then??

  • Todd Garber 5 years ago

    John, where in Nor Cal was this video taken? I'm wondering if I can grow like that in Redding, Ca… thanks!!?

  • honey roy 5 years ago

    This guy remind me of steve irwin. Heee?

  • shams Ghanim 5 years ago

    Do we need to buy a BPA free plastic container?? Do you think that normal container might interact with the soil and compost and transfer to our food?? I want to start growing some organic produce but I live in a small apartment and the balcony is so small too. But I want to try to grow at least 2 types of veggies but I dont know how to start. Can you tell me what are the basics I need to purchase in order to grow heathy oeganic produce? Do I need products other than a compost? Like organic pesticides etc ?? ?

  • Randy Johnson 5 years ago

    A green thumb is the best thumb !

  • Sonia Rodr 5 years ago

    Great work!! Thanks…?

  • Lisa Harrington 5 years ago

    Great garden ideas!

    Check out this video on YouTube:?

  • Q. White 5 years ago

    Its good to see the different kinds of plants we can grow. Thanks for sharing.?

  • John Boyd 5 years ago

    I want a garden like this!?

  • garick 5 years ago

    Thanks John, you are spreading quite a lot of good knowledge. And you're pretty entertaining too. Party on, dude.

  • Suzie Jones 5 years ago

    John, you were impressive in this video.

  • SeniorCinco 5 years ago

    I've tried and and I… just can't do it.

    Three different videos and I can't get past the 30 second mark in any of them. This guy is too over the top. Too loud, too hyped and the tone of voice is too annoying.

  • brutalmatt1 5 years ago

    this is what my garden looks like

  • Khan Productionz 5 years ago

    i really enjoy your videos……………..from south africa?

  • Sheds Direct 5 years ago

    Hi John! I'm really an avid fan of your educational video. It seems you keep inspiring people through advocating the significant aspects of gardening. Here you go again to give another valuable ideas and I truly appreciate it. Keep it up and more power!

  • Christia Hall 5 years ago

    Jolly cow, I think this guy grows coca plants. He needs to drink more green tea.?

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  • jade green 5 years ago

    I don't know if you are aware of the Royal Society & Solar Radiation Management, which involves reflecting sunlight back into space using metal nano particulates.

  • john wilson 5 years ago

    I don't know, something is missing from this video. I think he needs more energy.

  • cari lynn 5 years ago

    Do you want to garden but only have a small space, don't let that stop you.?

  • Gina Jean 5 years ago

    Hi, I'm a beginner gardener. My children and I are planting Tomatoes, scallions and Burpee pea. My scallions were planted in an old bin that held my children's markers in it and the Tomatoes came in a Pod like situation and were planted in an empty milk jug (plastic) but the peas were planted in froyo's medium size cups. My only question would be… once the peas start to grow can i leave them in the cup or should i place them in something bigger? And how much room does tomatoes need to grow properly??

  • LearningDaily 5 years ago

    great video!?

  • Joshua Velasquez 5 years ago

    If you want a substantial amount of tomatoes you need a very large pot. This will only give you about a pound of tomatoes. Not worth the effort.?

  • Garden Sheds Devon 5 years ago

    Every generation of gardener has its own fair share of container or patio vegetable gardening. I admire the way you create a productive garden. I guess patio gardening are great for those beginning to start a garden because this is very easy and manageable.?

  • nery colon 1 5 years ago

    Will watch. thanks

  • VirginiaFarmBureau 5 years ago

    thanks for watching! we have a lot more garden videos on our channel.

  • nery colon 1 5 years ago

    I have 2 tomatoes and can't wait for them to fruit. One of them is a cherry tomatoes. i just came across your channel and really enjoyed it. So I subbed.

  • Norman Hyde 5 years ago

    Yes, and it worked well. only concern with container gardening is keeping the plants watered but not too wet and not letting them dry out!

  • Jason Alexander 5 years ago

    Im not sure you'd get away with planting a pepper and a tomato in a 5 gal bucket with 3 bricks in it…have you ever done it? what were the results?

  • VirginiaFarmBureau 5 years ago

    Glad you like it – tell your friends!

  • Cherokee Rose 5 years ago

    Thank you love this video