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Growing 30 plants in less than 2 Sq Ft with this Vertical Tower Garden! This Vertical Tower Garden from “Green Stalk Garden” is incredible! Really easy to put together, fun to plant, easy to water, and looks very aesthetically pleasing! In this episode I unbox, assemble, and plant out two Green Stalk Vertical Tower Gardens. I also show you the soil I’m using, water I’m using, and fertilizers I’m using! You can grow an herb garden, flower garden, or vegetable garden on your patio in less than 2 square feet with this amazing tower raised bed garden bed! JOIN SEED BANK BOX HERE: Subscribe to my channel for monthly update on the growing progress! Get more gardening supplies here: Join My New Online Gardening School for at… (Scroll to the Bottom) Learn More and/or Order Your Own Green Stalk Garden Below: 1. (Use the promo code JAKEMACE when checking out) 2. Facebook: 3. Instagram “GreenStalkGarden” 4. Twitter @TheGreenStalk 5. On Pinterest at “GreenStalk” Join My Facebook GARDENING GROUP Here: Find Me on Snapchat & Instagram: “JakeMaceTaiChi” Join My Monthly SEED BOX PROGRAM Join My New Online Gardening School for at (Scroll to the Bottom) Check out My NEW Gardening STORE Here: JOIN My NEW Facebook GARDENING PAGE! Click HERE: Let’s Garden Together Online. My New Gardening Online School is a month or a year at Check Out & ORDER Our Gardening Supplies & Tree Food HERE: Hit the “Like” button, Click “SUBSCRIBE”, Comment Below, and Share this Video! Friend me on Facebook at Check out my website at Email me at: Check out my other YouTube channels at: Filmed by Yogi Nicole with: Music is: 1. Succotash by Silent YouTube […]

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  • Valerie Ostopoff 8 months ago

    hello; I have a question. Do you think you can do a segment on apts with no balconies? I have a 2 room apt and my bathroom is across the hall. The bathroom has no window. Is there away to home gardening for me? thanks for your time.

  • The peoples poverty solutions 8 months ago

    Dont tell me the food forest is gone?!

  • Jennifer S 8 months ago


  • Helen Flaherty-Hammond 8 months ago

    When you look at the tower you will notice that the plants can grow under the prior level so they do not get enough sun. Always, always, always watch this or else your plants will die.Wish the company would have come out with the new tray when I bought mine. The tray that was extra cost is not easy to clean the calcium build up on it.

  • Helen Flaherty-Hammond 8 months ago

    I used the exact soil mix combination but lost all the plants. Did not use seaweed since this is a different video than the one I saw last fall when he first did the video. He has used Lowe's compost for years and now he says not to go to "big box" stores. Wish he would review his prior videos because he keep changing his mind.

  • Helen Flaherty-Hammond 8 months ago

    The problem is the water does not reach the entire plants roots after the plants start to grow. Tried all summer in Arizona to get it to grow. Then all the plants developed fungus. Will try again and watch the water problem. Maybe drilling bigger holes . Also, recommend the gray vertical garden and not black because black holds the heat and will kill your plants.

  • Anders D 8 months ago

    Why is this faggot still on the internet?

  • John Tuturice 8 months ago

    How about using the boxes and paper as starter material for an indoor worm composting system which can be used to compliment the two towers. Here is a link to one on amazon:

  • johnny wikle 8 months ago

    How come you don't use the free compost from the city of Tempe?

  • orlandogreengirl 8 months ago

    If you have the green stalk in the open where tree debris can get into it put a screen on top or the holes will get plugged up.

  • Nathan Wittkow 8 months ago

    Compost it

  • Kim Pham 8 months ago

    thank you for the balcony gardening tips! not enough of these videos online. What do you recommend when you need to change out the soil? just add more compost/potting soil or change out the whole thing?

  • MoonSeven 8 months ago

    Got mine in the mail not to long ago, can't wait to use it when I move into my new apartment!

  • Dawn Merrick 8 months ago

    Jack hi, I'm disabled, no patio just a fire escape and I'm not allowed to grow anything on it, so what do you recommended

  • Michael Stoddard 8 months ago

    Sorry if I missed it, but did you mention which direction the balcony is facing? Thanks.

  • swordfish00007 8 months ago

    Great vid man and ty for sharing this

  • Daniel Fisch 8 months ago

    Shred and compost the paper and boxes.

  • Traveler1226 8 months ago

    Chop up the box and shred up the paper. Then use it like mulch. Or get a worm cafe worm farm and use in your worm farm.

  • shanna cottrell 8 months ago

    Hey Jake thanks for such amazing videos…I am in Avondale I appreciate what you are doing to make a difference in a world….I think you should use the cardboard as sheet mulch/weed barrier that can break down over time and shred the paper and place in your compost…just a thought…thanks again for who you are.