Added by on 2015-07-26

FINALLY, a complete indoor gardening information source to help YOU grow like a pro. Soil Lighting Watering Fertilizer Pot sizing Pest control It’s all here in one episode JUST for you! Coir: Vermiculite: Urea: Potash: Bone meal: PH meter: Light bulb: Light stand: Light stand fixture: COMPLETE kit! : Ceiling socket extender: Basic socket adapter: Timer: Jewelers loupe: NEEM Oil: Pyrethrin: Hypoaspis mites: (adjust S/h for best rate) Sticky traps: Add me on Google+ to be updated with new episodes AND to snoop on what I say about things in people’s comment sections. It’s all in good fun and YOU are always welcome. 🙂 Thousands of gardening friends with the BEST sense of humor, warm friendly comfortable feeling and endless safe fun chat. Today is a Good Day! Living in the Northeast doesn’t mean you have to stop gardening in winter! Patti converts her enclosed porch into an indoor garden. Related PostsComplete 4×8 Grow Tent Setup For Growing Cannabis! – Indoor GardenGrowing Tent Complete Kit For Indoor Gardening & Hydroponics: TopoGrow LED Grow Tent Complete KitTIPS AND TRICKS FOR GROWING CANNABIS! – INDOOR GARDENINGBowery Farming Leads the Way with Indoor Agriculture to Help Feed a Growing PopulationIndoor Gardening Tips : Indoor Tomato Growing TipsGrowing Marijuana Indoors | Outdoors Tips, E-Book Help for Weed Growing 2012




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  • crazyp112 5 years ago

    I really enjoy your videos. I live in an efficiency with no balcony but four huge windows. Do you fertilize for the whole plants life or only during growing season? All my plants are indoors. I use organic compost/manure mix to plant in. Wold I still need coir and/or potting soil? Lastly I have compressed coconut fiber by Eco Earth that I mix into my lizards dirt. Could I use that instead of the coir stuff? ?

  • Deborah Lamons 5 years ago

    Hi Ray!! Thank you for all you do to educate everyone! I am a new subscriber and just getting into indoor gardening, and you have covered all the bases, that is for sure. I don't know if I missed this, but how often do you fertilize? Did I hear you say every time you water? Oh, and with reference to humidity in an indoor growing space, should I be concerned about indoor mold and mildew growth inside the home??

  • Ibrahim Fatani 5 years ago

    Thanks! You amaze me with your help, you exist for the good, just like hypoaspis :)?

  • Snackaveli916 5 years ago

    Thanks man i really appreciate all the info!?

  • Pink Triumph 5 years ago

    Wow! This is the most informative and simplified video on anything gardening I've ever watched. Thank you so much. This is good stuff. I pressed practically every buttons there is to press on this video. Love you already!?

  • tmcdgreen 5 years ago

    This is by far the best indoor gardening video I've seen. Thanks for all the tips; you've got a new subscriber :)?

  • Jennifer Kwok 5 years ago

    Hi Ray! I am a new subscriber and new gardner. I was wondering if you prefer the block of coir over the loose coir that's also sold by cocotek. Also, if I'm planting with succulents (mostly transfers from stores), what do you propose to add to the soil? more vermiculite, washed sand? Thanks so much for your time!?

  • Pamela Ulloa 5 years ago

    Hi Ray,
    Please help me understand the difference and choose which soil should I buy at my home improvement store. They have top soil for $1.38 . Scotts premium top soil $3.77. potting soil ranging from $3-$9 and potting mix like brand miraclegro moisture control for $6.77 , which one is the one you buy for your potting soil mix? Thank you so very much and wish you the best.

  • San Hu 5 years ago

    I have some potted citrus plants that I have been fertilizing with inorganics for a few years.

  • Linda M 5 years ago

    Once the potting soil mixture is made up, with the mites in it,

  • fydjub 5 years ago

    Try growing cannabis but don't be an idiot and post it on YouTube indoor plants nobody needs help with these kind of indoor plants MISLEADING I TELL YOU!!!

  • Yael L. Berman 5 years ago

    Hi, Ray, thanks so much for this very informative video (and all the others!) Thank you also for your generosity and your great attitude. You

  • soyANDY 5 years ago

    Hey there!
    First of all: Thank you very much for your hight quality information! Your channel is exactly what I am looking for!
    I'm just a little confused about one information. I am planning to grow tomatoes, cucumber and maybe some fruits indoor next winter (and I also want to harvest there, I dont have a garden). In this video you say, that you use lights with 85 Watts while you put another video online where you talk about different lights and there it sounds more like you would recommend to buy lights with 300 Watts and more.
    I want to grow 2-3 tomatoes, 1 cucumber and maybe one or two other things. Could you give me an advice regarding to the light(s) I would need to buy?
    Thanks in advance!?

  • Flint Welder 5 years ago

    My apartment is a Voodoo garden so I def get your fascination.

  • Ann M Wallace 5 years ago

    Is this potting mix good for outside gardening in containers as well??

  • Can you make a video for aquatic plants? like sea weeds, marimo balls, anuias. please your videos are amazzing… :)?


    Where can I order the 1000 watt cfl Frankensien bulb? Email me the site please .

  • Sascha Kyssa 5 years ago

    Where do you buy your pots?

  • riyas ebrahim 5 years ago

    thanks ray?

  • riyas ebrahim 5 years ago

    hi ray how is palm peat instead of coco peat..?

  • Jennifer Langley 5 years ago

    Very nice!

  • Calvin Rhoderick 5 years ago

    rabbit pellets is what rabbits eat that was rabbit poop she used.?

  • allen2905 5 years ago

    loved the video….will be making shelves for all my south windows…thx for the idea?

  • Justin Lau 5 years ago

    are rabbit pellets safe or does it need a finishing period much like cow or horse manure.

  • Kee g 5 years ago

    what wonderful tips! good video!?

  • Jaclynn Tenbrinke 5 years ago

    how long did you let the water sit before using it?

  • jason inoa 5 years ago

    Great video! Thanks!?

  • MIKESTERVISION 5 years ago

    I liked your video and I subbed but gloves would have been good with the rabbit pellets. JS :)?

  • Xavier BenJamin 5 years ago

    Thnkayou jesus)

  • 73SDR 5 years ago

    You used screws that are longer than your plywood is thick, so you've got the ends of the screws poking through the bottom, from your L-brackets!