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Sharing my approach to growing houseplants in semihydro or LECA. I’ve gotten quite a few requests regarding this topic so I am going to share how I go about growing my plants in LECA. I am not an expert and definitely not saying this is the correct and/or only way to go about it but this is the way that has worked for myself and my plants. Hopefully you guys find this somewhat helpful and answers some of your questions. If you have any more questions that I did not address in the video please feel free to write them in the comments section below. Thank you so much for watching and please don’t forget to comment, like, and subscribe. I really appreciate it! Follow me on Instagram @mypetitegarden Visit my Amazon store for any planty products that you might see in my videos: (Please note that if you purchase through my Amazon store it means that I might get a small cut. You do not pay any additional cost and you absolutely do not have to feel obligated to purchase through my store.) Music: Antidepresseur by Patchworker f.k.a. [friendzoned] | Music promoted by Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported Video Rating: / 5 Life gets wild with Gardyn, an indoor smart hydroponics system. Bridget Carey documents three months of using this vertical garden system to grow fresh produce for her family and the lessons she learned along the way. Subscribe to CNET: CNET playlists: Download the new CNET app: Like us on Facebook: Follow us on Twitter: Follow us on Instagram: 00:00 Grow BEAST plants with this easy smart garden 1:24 How does Gardyn work? 2:47 Chapter 1: How does your garden grow? 4:23 Chapter 2: I spy something growing […]

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  • Easy Planting Supplies PH 2 months ago

    Hi. Are your glass jars have holes above 1/3rd of the glass? If yes, is it okay not have holes? Ty 🙂

  • Gianna 2 months ago

    What kind of water are you using? Are you using regular tap water, filtered water or distilled water? Great video!

  • Elena Alvarez 2 months ago

    Thank you! I am going to try this method. I love it!
    By the way, where did you buy that tarp?

  • P Woolard 2 months ago

    Pleasant voice and informative. But we don't need the background noise that's at the same or greater volume as your voice. I couldn't finish.

  • Kylie Strong 2 months ago

    Catchpo? Is that short for Catch pot or something else? Thanks

  • Mary Edwards 2 months ago

    I am new to this process, and I like your way of changing some of your plants to the lecca way. I am doing it yor way, nice and simple. I will do no more then 3 young plants!! Good video!!

  • Esther Zepeda 2 months ago

    Where did you get the work mat?!? Love it and love your video! I'm ready to do this!

  • E.J JANG 2 months ago

    세상에 뿌리 튼튼한것 좀 보소 대박~~##

  • Claire Consoli 2 months ago

    How long should I wait to repot a plant in a bigger leca pot so I don't shock the roots??

  • Satchie Babe 2 months ago

    Love the simplicity of this video ☺️

  • 윤미애 2 months ago


  • Do you drill holes in your glasses? Would it be okay not to?

  • Cyarah Stine 2 months ago

    I like your method of semi hydro. I was wondering if you do a flush day or a dry day? Or if you just nutrient water every other watering.

  • Vero valadez 2 months ago

    Hi!! Do you add nutrients ?

  • Picking Photography 2 months ago

    Do you have your glass containers with a hole drilled 1/3 of the way up to do your flushes?

  • Albert Bales 2 months ago

    Where did you get that huge catch all from at 3:56?

  • Rasul Hafeez 2 months ago

    Hi Stacey. I'm Jalika. I love your videos. I wanted to purchase your Ollie bag. But, I don't see it in your website. Can you please let me know. Thank you.

  • What do you think of smart hydroponics? Are you ready to start growing your greens at home?

  • Chie Ef 2 months ago

    How much e was your electric bill ?

  • Taylor 2 months ago

    Great video!!!!!

  • Kathy Love 2 months ago

    How much are the blank pods?

  • House Dad Life 2 months ago

    What an absolute great way to start just about anyone with hydroponics.

  • A very well made and full detailed video with a lot of cuteness added here and there.

  • brightlights23 2 months ago

    whats the black mirror version of this scenario

  • You Me and Fun 2 months ago

    It's saving trip to shopping? Why don't you order like pizza? Amazon doesn't sell veggies?
    The heck… Dumb analogy.

  • Gregory Tessensohn 2 months ago

    Interesting product. could be fun.
    Also Bridget is a TOTAL babe!…

  • Caleb Bernal 2 months ago

    Do you have a link or a name of what the garden is called or did I miss it during the video do you have a lot of links for CNET but nothing to do with the product they reviewed sad face

  • Sam 2018 2 months ago

    Seriously have a crush on Bridget.

  • Cool kids Are cool 2 months ago

    great video. what an expensive introduction to home gardening. helluva premium. But certainly eases you into it.

  • Victor Andrade 2 months ago

    i need one of those

  • angel2901 2 months ago

    That little Bridget was adorable

  • Doodle Doo Doo 2 months ago

    Interesting having to watch commercials inside of infomercial video..rofl

  • smileandlaughs 2 months ago

    For the trouble of that 800$ tool just but some windows pots thats built with extra space for automatic watering.

  • Ethan Hunter 2 months ago

    Yikes $800… hydroponics can be done for dirt cheap. Just some PVC, rock wool and a grow light.