Added by on 2019-03-05

Apologies upfront for the audio issues on this one, folks! 30+MPH winds on a roof is tough…but I tried! I visited my friends Lydia and Gina of Eix Verd (Green Path), an ecological design company focused on urban farming. I checked out their rooftop garden, which they use as a testing site to see what plants and gardening methods perform best for them in their area. They then take those principles and use them in their green roof designs and installations for clients around Barcelona. LEARN MORE Epic Gardening is much more than a YouTube channel. I have a website with 300+ gardening tutorials as well as a podcast where I release daily gardening tips in five minutes or less. There’s also a Facebook group with over 1,500 other gardeners sharing their tips. → Website: → Podcast: → FB Group: CONNECT → → DONATE If you like my videos, articles, or podcast episodes, please consider supporting on Patreon. For rewards, I’ll answer gardening questions and make videos! → SOCIAL MEDIA → Steemit: → Instagram: → Pinterest: → Facebook: → Twitter: Video Rating: / 5 Related Posts“Tower Garden Planting” by Epic GardeningOptigrEPIC Rooftop Farming in Spain (Full Tour + Calçot Harvest and Cook)Prairie Green RoofShipping container house – Green roofGreen Roof Overview by Greensulate CEO, Amy Norquist.

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  • Epic Gardening 5 months ago

    Sorry for the audio – I did my best on a SUPER windy day! Timestamps:
    0:54 – Edible Rooftop Raised Beds

    8:10 – Cover Cropping Rooftops

    12:40 – Ornamental Green Roof Ideas

    22:18 – Shady Green Roof Ideas

  • Daily thoughts 5 months ago

    New frnd i lk it, plz welcm

  • Racq Fitness 5 months ago

    I love your channel!

  • Ewell Acres 5 months ago

    I absolutely love how adaptable plants can be so that you can grow containers even on a high rise balcony for a little fresh herb from time to time.

  • Laurie Christine 5 months ago

    Much safer roof top garden. 😉

  • Levent Oerkue 5 months ago

    WOW!!! Thanks for sharing this. I had no idea something like this was a thing.

  • bio life 5 months ago

    from Algeria . hi

  • Marcia Grant 5 months ago

    Very interesting!!

  • Kalais Ellis 5 months ago

    Oh the possibilities! Very interesting video, thanks.

  • Lucarizard Y 5 months ago

    your so lucky. i wish i had a green roof.

  • omfug 5 months ago

    I grow favas all winter because I grow in pots too, but I can't bring myself to cut them down before the beans set because the beans are so delicious, I understand that cutting them before fruit set is better however.