Added by on 2017-01-20

John from goes on a field trip to Farm Girl Nursery in Novato, California. In this episode John will show you the amazing work of Lisa who started with an empty slate just 6 months ago, and now has a lush, beautiful and productive garden just 6 months later. In this episode you will get a mini tour of the garden and learn some tips from Lisa so you can also have a beautiful and productive garden. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsVegetable Garden Tour Late July: Tomato Tips, Journal, Ups, Downs & Daily HarvestProtect Your Vegetable Garden from Small Animals & Build a No Cost Raised Bed at VeggielutionHow To Plant Tomatoes & Peppers into Raised Bed Vegetable Garden in Arizona – Organic Gardening TipsGrowing a Vegetable Garden Update Tips & Tricks June 30 2014Poovaali: Tips for setting an organic vegetable garden on the terraceMy organic vegetable garden + some tips for growing your own food!

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  • The Organic Gangster 9 months ago

    Check out my Go Fund Me to help me pursue my college dream as a first generation college student. Please donate and Thank you Greatly for the consideration.

  • Diana Westrup 9 months ago

    I really like Lisa's honesty. Thanks for sharing your attitude. Wonderful video.

  • Andrea Salvatici 9 months ago

    Time is what you need, nothing more

  • J. Verheulst 9 months ago

    Oh Wauw! We really love growing food in plastic drums after watching the documentary called Plastic Planet.
    We absolutely love it how those plastic drums leach carcinogenic compounds (cause cancer) into the food we grow in them. Also great how other leached compounds leach hormone problem rubbish into our food causing infertility in both men and women.
    Letting the sun shine on those plastic containers and plastic pots makes it even worse. Absolutely love it…

  • Sharon Hart 9 months ago

    Thanks so much for the idea with the coffee sacks…..I wonder if that would work like the commercial grow sacks so that the plants don't get root bound? I grow on my 4 x 12 deck and use my old reusable grocery bags for planters successfully. Love your videos….I consider my deck garden an adventure and always enjoy the experimentation.

  • Beautiful Grounds.

  • Carmen Solis 9 months ago

    I've always wanted a garden but never have taken the time to do it. You helped take the anxiety away with this video.  Thank you!

  • Renee N. 9 months ago

    My new heroine. She's inspiring. I tend to over think sometimes and her "just plant it" approach is awesome.

  • growownfood 9 months ago

    Practicing crop rotation every year in your vegetable garden and using companion plants will improve your soil and keep the pests under control.

  • RDLONG30 9 months ago

    Enjoyed the interview with her.

  • RDLONG30 9 months ago

    Tie off the burlap sack on the out side.
    If you drape it in it will wick the water out by capillary action,

  • Tc Anderson 9 months ago

    Very inspirational video, John.  I always love your videos, but I really enjoyed seeing the two of you interact.

  • TheTrueabundance 9 months ago

    this is how I want my garden! Thanks for motivating me

  • izabellalynn2244 9 months ago

    you need to iron your shirt.

  • sun light 9 months ago

    The secret to this garden in six months is (( DO IT )) 

  • Daytona hicks 9 months ago

    Im so so inspired!!! thanks a million 🙂 

  • Hangerlane The Earthman 9 months ago

    Very interesting person and her garden was well done please come on my channel and show a few more people how this works,,,,,,, and works it love ,,,well done john

  • Non Whinging Pom 9 months ago

    Really enjoyed that thank you sir….

  • Sunilnand Vijayarathna 9 months ago

    U R the man of the Earth ..Cheers M8. have a beer on me ..from Melbourne. :)

  • Ochre Clay 9 months ago