Added by on 2019-05-19

In today’s video, I get my container vegetable garden started. We also find some bees in out front yard, which is awesome, and a surprise ending by Kid Rogue. Get yer t-shirts: https://teespring.com/stores/rogue-preparedness-store-2 PO Box: Rogue Preparedness PO Box 34861 San Antonio, TX 78265 Donate to the channel: https://paypal.me/roguepreparedness Sign up for my weekly newsletter: https://t.co/mvZ9lLvuc8 Preparedness Planner: http://roguepreparedness.com/preparedness-planner/ Check out my website for blog, eBooks, training & more: http://roguepreparedness.com Follow me on Facebook and Instagram: http://www.facebook.com/roguepreparedness http://www.instagram.com/roguepreparedness #ConquerTomorrow #Prepper #Preparedness #EmergencyPreparedness #DisasterPreparedness #Prepping Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsRetiring a Raised Bed, Prepping For Planting Again, Vegetable Gardening Tips, just life 3-20Container Garden Update 1 Harvest Layout Varieties Organic Raw Food Vegetable Gardening How to GrowAugust 29th Garden Harvest Update Melon Pepper Tomato Container Vegetable Gardening How to GrowGARDEN SUPPLIES and Container Cleanup PREP ready to plant vegetable gardening compostContainer Vegetable Gardening | Introduction to my container vegetable gardeningCreative Container Vegetable Gardening Ideas | Clever Gardens for Small Spaces

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19 Comments

  • Rogue Preparedness 4 months ago

    Container gardening is GREAT for urban areas, especially those with small spaces like apartment complexes. If you have a balcony, even a small one, you can do container gardening easy.

  • Cogito Aprendo 4 months ago

    85… i miss living in FL, here in PA, we have another couple of weeks if we are lucky before we can start planting (in the greenhouse to be safe.) I like the idea of rotation planting to get multiple yields throughout the year and not get, say, lettuced out. We ordered an everbearing strawberry plant from the kids at school, but won't be in until Apr. 17th. The good news is that, by then, the greenhouse will be up, and the strawberries will be safe. Trying some new plants this year, as well. I have done potatoes the last 2 years. The first was in a 4 foot by 8 foot raised bed. Last year was in a 2' by 2' potatoes tower. similar yields, much smaller footprint. This year, the potato tower will be in the greenhouse, and we will see how it does. Also curious as to how the asparagus comes up this year. I don't like it, but my wife does, so I am hoping it comes back. Can't eat any until next year, but then you never have to worry about it again.

  • Thomas Brandon 4 months ago

    Good stuff Morgan, enjoy the bounty you will have

  • Fatman in the Forest 4 months ago

    Container gardening is on tap for me this year, as well as attempting to catch a wild swarm and start beekeeping.

  • Visioneer68 4 months ago

    I wonder if I can have some success growing indoors. I live in an apartment community and we aren't allowed to have planters and such outside. I do have a room that gets a significant amount of light throughout the day, though.

  • Nancy M-R 4 months ago

    I love your yard, and Kid Rogue is adorable.

  • Nancy M-R 4 months ago

    I need more planters, so THANK YOU for the tip about getting them from the dollar store. This year I'm getting heirloom basil from @Ethical Preparedness – at some point – and growing sweet potatoes, onions, and raspberries/blueberries. I also want to try romaine lettuce in addition to THE STAPLES, jalapeno and cayenne peppers.

  • Mayra Rodriguez 76 4 months ago

    I have to start my garden but it still super cold in my neighborhood

    But I am going to go buy all my soil tomorrow morning to start some stuff in pots indoors

  • Richard Sabo 4 months ago

    We have had good success with growing in containers. We have at different times grown tomatoes, peppers, potatoes, cabbage, lettuce, and onions in containers. We currently grow our herbs in containers, with exception of the ones assigned to help another plant in the raised bed. (Co-planting.) This year, we're going to try the zucchini and carrots in a container together. We grow our strawberries and thyme in a table bed.

  • Survival Theory 4 months ago

    If possible, buy heirloom plants or seeds. That way when shtf, you know you can save seeds and have a crop next year. Thanks for sharing, keep up the good work!

  • Leigh Kalbfleisch 4 months ago

    Hard to believe that it's 85 there & here in northern Michigan it's in the 20's & 30's with a foot of snow on the ground still. We may be getting another few inches today. We have a river on our property that freezes over, we always joke about having icebergs still in July !! I was born in Houston, moved to Michigan as a child. I still have family there that I visit occasionally. We can't actually plant in the ground until after Memorial Day. I'm anxious to meet your new little one !!

  • Tansen Zail 4 months ago

    It's been -15 often or maybe warm like 12 degrees. Watching your adorable new garden and warm sun gives me hope that one day I can start my garden and not have the random frosty days murder my plants. What was the first food you've ever grown?

  • Kahlest Enoch 4 months ago

    That galvanized tub is good for growing potatoes or you can buy what they call potato bags, a pot made essentially from a tarp with drain holes and have a velcro panel on the side to harvest them easily

  • ed Thomas 4 months ago

    Still too early here in central Indiana, but soon will start my containers as well.

  • Susan Nagy 4 months ago

    I think that flowering shrub you have is Guelder Rose but it's hard to tell. My grandfather use to grow them as hedges. Thx for the vid!

  • Ah so cool! Spring planting is awesome, good luck!

  • Corsair Trainers 4 months ago

    Good to go. I have to figure out what I am going to try and ki… I mean grow this year!!!

  • Iridium242 4 months ago

    Nice, we are planting our stuff tomorrow, we have some containers and some plain old dirt we will be planting in.

  • Let's Talk About Prepping 4 months ago

    Wow 85..its a balmy 26 here