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Compost in place, no moving, no turning, Gardening for anyone anywhere, no bending, bad back, arthritis, accessible handicap gardening, little space, no space, or just for beauty and fun. Grow lots of food in small space. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsEasy Vertical Hydroponics Tower Garden – Even Beginners Can Grow FoodHow to grow a verticle upright squash plant and other vines in a small garden space Part 2Recycle Compost Scraps in Your Vegetable Garden Plants, No Turn No WorkSmall Space Permaculture Food Forest Garden on 1/4 Acre Home LotContainer Vegetable Gardening KNOW your Plastic Codes to plant food in compost woodchipsGrow a Vertical Vegetable Garden in a Small Space with Hog Wire Fencing

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18 Comments

  • Anita Salpekar 1 month ago

    I love your container garden.
    It’s monsoon in India and doing this seems to get lots of fungus growing on the composting matter.I used to make my compost in an old discarded bath tub.I garden on my terrace.
    How do I stop the fungus.
    Even the growing plants seem to catch fungus with the excess humidity.
    And with the rain water coming all the rich compost tea flows out of the drain holes.

  • Loyce March 1 month ago

    Do you put cabbage or cauliflower in the compost or on top of chips?.

  • Sunny Park 1 month ago

    C the

  • Kanzee 1 month ago

    When it starts to compress, and shrink..I am guessing that you just throw in more bagged potting soil ?? is this correct ?

  • Ri Le 1 month ago

    Tyou to show how to build a town plant I really like it I have a bad knees So I ❤️ it so much

  • Camirra Williamson 1 month ago

    this is such a good idea. thank you for sharing witht eh world! excited to try this!

  • Lyn N. 1 month ago

    Love your garden

  • Veronica Lee 1 month ago

    I did same to you

  • Loyce March 1 month ago

    So if you have pots on ground, roots growing out, how do you control gophers….pincher bugs etc.

  • Cathy Baby 1 month ago

    How many years do those sterilte containers last in the sun?

  • eric white 1 month ago

    Awesome!! this will help anyone to grow vegetables. great video!!!

  • Cindy Strother 1 month ago

    My husband DID WHAT you SAID FOR THE HUMMINGBIRD FEEDER TO MAKE A PLACE FOR THEM TO SIT IT DID NOT HAVE ONE AND HE MADE THE ANT CONTAINER LIKE YOU DID WOW IT WORK OUT GREAT THEY LOVE IT AND NO ANTS.THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR SHARING YOU ARE SO AWESOME AND AMAZING AND TALENTED AND CREATIVE AND INVENTIVE THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR HELPING US WITH OUR HUMMINGBIRDS AND I AM GOING TO DO YOUR CONTAINER GARDEN TO THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR SHARING YOUR AWESOME INFORMATION AND IDEA'S AND TIPS

  • Cindy Strother 1 month ago

    YOU ARE SO AWESOME AND AMAZING AND CREATIVE AND TALENTED AND INTELLIGENT AND INVENTIVE AND SMART AND. SO MUCH INFORMATION. YOU HAVE AWESOME IDEAS AND TIPS FOR EVERYTHING YOU HAVE A GREAT PERSONALITY THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR SHARING WOW

  • Alechia Neathery 1 month ago

    I'm on disability do to health problems and being on disability leave you with little money after paying bills. So thank you for sharing your video on an easy cheap way to compost and growing vegetables. I will have to try this. I was lucky to get some tractor tires that my boyfriend found and my dad had. I been composting in the tractor tires for years and having to turn it, water it,and wait for it. Also I have to make sure my dogs don't dig or eat what ever in my compost. Your way seem easier and quicker which I can fence off so my dogs don't get in and the streets cats don't get in.

  • Patty Schofield 1 month ago

    I just made my first compost-in-place tote. I made layers of cardboard, kitchen waste, leaves, dirt, and 2 thin layers of goat manure and hay, because I had some.
    Have you ever tried manure? If so, what happened?

  • Craft Queen 1 month ago

    love this ideal thank you for your video.

  • Patty Schofield 1 month ago

    Hi Robbie! Your methods are growing on me, lol, really like the towers concept. Here is my question: if roots from pots or containers are reaching down to a lower container (compost bin), you shouldn't pick those up, or move them, right, to keep from tearing the roots. Right?

  • My Frugal Raggy Life 1 month ago

    Great idea, I have lots of empty plastic boxes that can be used. Thank you.