Added by on 2017-02-15

There can be few pleasures greater than picking home grown vegetables from your own garden. Master gardener David Glenn takes you on a tour around his kitchen garden showing how to be self-sufficient in vegetables. David’s vegetable garden, set in the world renowned Lambley Nursery Gardens in Central Victoria, is as beautiful as it is productive. Whether you have a large country property or a small city garden this magnificent two DVD set shows how, with a little dedication, the keen home gardener can have an incredibly productive kitchen garden. This and other training DVDs are available at My first update for the 2015 gardening season. I have my seed starts going. My slow growing perennials and herbs are in. I also started peppers extra early. I want to have large plants going into the ground this year. I will eventually move them into a greenhouse to gain in size. Check out my vegetable gardening blog: The Rusted Garden. It is filled with garden information, videos, pictures, seed catalogs and seeds & things I sell. Join My Google+ Gardening Community called Our Tomato & Vegetable Gardens – we are approaching 5000 world-wide gardeners: or Link from My YouTube Page. Related PostsHow to Plant a Vegetable Garden: Tips on Growing Home Grown VegetablesVegetables grown in pots15 Fun Garden Ideas Volume One – Home Grown Fun!Indoor vegetable GARDEN – Growing Organic Food at HomeAustralian Native Garden Design IdeasVegetable Gardening Survival At Home 2016

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  • nemodot 9 months ago

    Im watching this now on august on the southern hemisphere. Its a very cold and rainy day here in the south of argentina, everything is dead. But im feeling the same excitement for the spring as you did back when you did this video. I always become excited come spring, but I must learn that it washes off with the heat of the summer. You seem to have managed it very well, care to share some lessons?
    Great gardens, where do you live?

  • MilliePat 9 months ago

    Update from planting 2/14/15, 50 rustic garden tomato seeds, no light, heating pad with hood, 42% seeds germination by 2/21/15.  I removing the hood from germination tray and adding the grow lights, having problems getting lights 2 inches from tray, so I am going to boost up tray height using others trays. So far I did not get any molds on anything. I used the Viagrow Model # VRRTKIT Internet # 204764791, (Home Depot) 50 Plug tray kit the growing media is peat moss.    

  • Brooke Shergold 9 months ago

    Would love to see a "blue print" for your grow closet. Def something I'd like to figure out how to build!

  • Jordan Vaccariello 9 months ago

    Where do you live or rather what is your the average last frost date for your area?

  • Tad Peters 9 months ago

    my mushrooms failed horribly. how are yours going?

  • superslyfoxx1 9 months ago

    The babies look great! All my seedling died because I've been busy but this encourages me to start again.

  • RealmanPwns 9 months ago

    I just germinated my Steakhouse Hybrid Tomatoes and placed them under the grow light. How long does the light stay on? Do I turn it off at night?

  • OzHSV 9 months ago

    Great vid. I've just started with seedlings too. Luckily in South Australia we have a more Mediterranean climate and dont need to worry about frost. I just planted some Carolina Reaper & Trinidad Scorpion Chiilis.  We're about mid-summer here but they should be all good thanks to your vids on how to germinate seeds. Got a few brussel sprouts & silverbeet seeds in to 🙂

  • Sheryl Askins 9 months ago

    Do you think that the LED wireless puck lights provide enough light for the light box? I was thinking of a small sized light box, say shoe box size, and perhaps 2 – 3 bright light puck lights on the lid. I don't want to waste my money if they are not bright enough.

  • CountToBen 9 months ago

    Your voice sounds just like Brad Lancaster

  • funny_sweets_greenthumb 9 months ago

    Oh wow, that looks awesome! Nice set up. Thanks for sharing.

  • zeppypaige 9 months ago

    You've been busy! Can't wait to see what you have planned AND the outcomes of your experiments this year. Cheers 🙂

  • Gary, I asked my question incorrectly. I meant to ask, do you have to harden them off first, or can you go from the basement directly into the greenhouse with no fear of losing the plants? Thanks again, you have a great channel

  • MGROSE12345 9 months ago

    Hi Gary,
    I'm in North Jersey, I have been in touch with you since last year. I just wanted to let you know that Costco is selling the 8oz. foam cups 1000ct. for $14.49. I also wanted to ask you, when you transfer your plants from the cells to the foam cups, do you use the same mix you used for germinating the seeds or do you use another mix? Thank you very much.

  • Carrie B. 9 months ago

    I've watched several videos today and they all have herbicide commercials playing before them.  It sucks, you all try to be organic and sustainable whenever possible.  They are hitting hard with their commercials.  It's like watching a train wreck.

  • Phillipank 9 months ago

    My onion starts don't look that good!  Nice video.

  • Courtney McFarland 9 months ago

    Wait- you have another channel??

  • Tony Ferrari 9 months ago

    looking great, lots of plants there,  you can feed a nation Gary lol.
    Looking forward to their progress in your future videos.. wish you a successful growing season.

  • Michael nickrent 9 months ago

    I started my peppers in mid December here in IL. Too early? Maybe. Trying to maximize production.

  • Chris Marsh 9 months ago

    Got my closet in full swing january 5th I started all the cool season stuff like you. I been waiting to pull the trigger on the peppers and maters. My last frost date is april 15th but ill probly pre plant in the next week or so and then do succession plantings this year. The closet grow really helps, I wont be spending as much for starts at the box stores etc and also by the time they go out they aren't as appetizing to the bugs.