Added by on 2016-10-15

Welcome to my gardening channel. My goal is to create informative useful garden videos that quickly bring you the information you need for your garden. I hope to help you have a better gardening experience. I present garden tips, information, techniques and series that are short and to the point. Your time is valuable. I love answering questions. Just leave a comment. I make videos weekly that cover all aspects of gardening activity. They are topical, relevant, designed to teach and done in real time. I have over 600 garden videos that cover; seed starting, indoor lighting, construction, container gardening, raised bed gardening, organic gardening, planting, tending, harvesting and even grilling and making mixed drinks. Everything and more! Gardening is meant to be fun and exciting. Please subscribe. Good Luck! New to Gardening? Check out my 2nd Gardening YouTube Channel dedicated to New Gardeners. The videos are longer and more detailed. Each video presents as if you are new to gardening. https://www.youtube.com/cha.. Follow me on Instagram for 60 Second or Sow videos and Gardening Tips… https://www.instagram.com/therustedgarden/ Join My FaceBook Gardening Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/262500970619372/ Check out my vegetable gardening blog: The Rusted Garden. It is filled with garden information, videos, pictures, seed catalogs and seeds & things I sell. http://www.therustedgarden.blogspot.com Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsContainer Vegetable Gardening | Introduction to my container vegetable gardeningPart 1 of 2 How to Build an Inexpensive Indoor Garden Grow Light Station: The Rusted Garden 2013Vegetable Gardening: How to Plan a Highly Productive Garden7 Vegetable Garden Shortcuts: Gardening Tips to Save TimeVegetable Gardening : How to Design a Vegetable GardenBeginning Gardening Series #1: Best Location for a Vegetable Garden

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20 Comments

  • Karyn B Koop 1 year ago

    Wow..Terrific Videos and so much to learn!! Thank you

  • handyl710 1 year ago

    I enjoy your channel. I'm zone 6 so I learn a lot of tips.

  • Bryce Leonardo 1 year ago

    How much of a difference is Zone 7 from Zone 8?  I'm in NorthEastern NC. right on the VA/NC boarder

  • Jackie Horsley 1 year ago

    enjoyed your video

  • Bob Hotaling 1 year ago

    Where are you living, Gary?  USDA zone?

  • Lori Eldridge 1 year ago

    Hi Gary, I have a question for you. my corn grew up to 14 feet high and some of the bigger cobs were 14" long. They didn't all mature by first frost however so we lost about 1/3 of the crop – likely because of the height. I used organic fertilizer (not fish fert) and my own compost (no manure). I added blood meal in years past but not this year as it was about 12 feet high last year. I've tried several heirloom corn varieties over the years looking for a sweeter corn — this year was Trucker corn but still not sweet. What would cause corn to grow so high and is there something lacking in the soil that prevents sweetness?

  • Rob Backyard Gardenerr 1 year ago

    Great video Gary! Always enjoy your channel!

  • angela lowe 1 year ago

    Gary you have been a big help with your advice on starting seeds. I am very pleased with my tomato plants, bell pepper plants, and squash. I look forward to watching this coming year.

  • Phil's Backyard Pharm 1 year ago

    I have been following your videos since March, when i used them FOLLOWING STEP BY STEP,, the process of preparing soil, planting indoor seeds, lighting, transplanting, planting outdoors, maintaining (pests and diseases instruction) outdoors, and now harvesting…including the great salad dressing video!. My peppers are popping, my plum and huge red heirloom tomatoes are 8 to 13 feet high!!! i have, so far,, 22 quarts of canned tomatoes,(and many more hanging and waiting) 16 quarts refrige pickles, and 40 packages of frozen string beans,, all the dill, basal and thyme i will ever need! not to mention pumpkins, huge beets, kale, lettuce, and spinach. not bad for four 4×4 square foot garden plots! Thank you so much for the well thought out and sequential material which had made this, my first back yard pharm an incredible success! i pass on and recommend your site to everyone i know.

  • n8trsho 1 year ago

    It is incredibly gratifying to start something by seed and then in a few months serving it for dinner. Had more kale and tomatoes than I could possibly eat this year! Only my second year vegetable gardening! All thanks to you videos! It's also helped in my native plant propagation hobby! Some of the tips carry over.

  • Cate's Garden 1 year ago

    Welcome…I've subbed…looking forward to watching more vids!

  • SantaAnaRoadWildman 1 year ago

    Thanks again Gary. I like how you replenish/refresh the vids each year. It can never get old. Looking fwd to learning more

  • Wagdy Ziada 1 year ago

    This video shows that how much we learned from your talent, thanks Gary.

  • odette381 1 year ago

    I really get a lot out of your videos, Gary. More recipes would be great, too.

  • TheGardenlady01 1 year ago

    You are so cute, love your videos

  • Brian Heflin 1 year ago

    I look forward to learning, got my very first sprouts of wheatgrass and herbs. So much to learn, thank you!

  • Antonio Pachowko 1 year ago

    Gary what about next year growing non standard vegetables that is not found often in the garden, such as Abyssinian cabbage, Celtuce, Orache, Sea Kale

  • Antonio Pachowko 1 year ago

    Gary why don't you do a  Q& A  as it would be interesting to find more information about the man behind the camera.  A blooper vid would be fun to see as well.

  • PharmSilver 1 year ago

    What do you grow indoors over winter if any ? Any hydroponic growing?

  • Bob Lt (BobMel's Gardening) 1 year ago

    Gary your channel is one of the best without any BLEEP. Just honest and true information. Keep up the great work. Best wishes Bob.