John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com takes you on an extended tour of his front yard square foot vegetable garden in raised beds. Learn what John is growing this summer.

Extended Front Yard Urban Vegetable Garden Tour

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  • rodney adams
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    i like everything do. I'm little worried that punk in get big inside monster trellises. i make sure punking hang out on out side side. even do little punkiness. i had once my punk in seeds get mixed up had monster big punk in get mix jack be little seeds. witch should know by punkin seed size but wasn't thinking.

  • Chase Baker
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    this is what i have bean waithing for ! after 3 years of subcribing to your channel! i am modleing my front yard after yours one day very inspiring! id only you had a few chickens running around lol. i have the same problem with my figs i always have to give away so many, but so worth the delicuiousness!

  • venusiandesigns
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    It is beautiful, i wish i could grow a vegetable
    garden just like yours, God bless and keep it up.

  • Jan Hughes
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    Amazing! I've got tons of room on my property, and I'm not using nearly as much space as I could! Do you have a whole bunch of kids to eat all that or do you and Mrs. Greensgrower eat all that stuff? I have a hard time eating all that I grow, even with canning and freezing. You're a real inspiration, so keep posting!

  • theGHETTOMAN1
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    Holy WHOA! <: o lol That's killer! It reminds me of the hedge maze from The Shining! hehe *thumbs up* Everythings doin wicked.. even down in low light places..! Sweet garden man… ; D

  • spoton15
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    I love your garden! It is a thrill to see you pick whatever and eat without any fear!
    Every reason to grow your own food! I love the longer video too!

  • monteros
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    John, regarding your strawberry bed issues, wasn't that the bed you did an experiment on with two different additives when planting? Just wondering if maybe one or both of them were affecting them badly or not.

  • Learn Organic Gardening at GrowingYourGreens
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    Yes, I save seeds on certain crops. I have a few videos on seed saving to show you an example of saving some seeds.

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