Added by on 2017-09-17

Learn ideas for designing your vegetable garden in this free online video guide to vegetable gardening. Expert: Scott Reil Contact: www.safelawns.org Bio: Scott Reil is an accredited nurseryman and longtime horticulturalist with over two decades of experience in the field. Scott is now working for www.safelawns.org. Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso Video Rating: / 5 Paulding County Master Gardeners demonstrate vegetable garden mulching with newspaper and wood mulch. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHow to Plant a Vegetable Garden : Basics of Vertical GardeningRECYCLED VEGETABLE GARDENING. Plant Your Butt In Your Garden.Vegetable Gardening : How to Plant a Vegetable Garden in RowsPlanting Vegetables – How to Plant a Small Vegetable GardenVegetable Gardening : How to Plant Zucchini in a GardenHow to Plant an Urban Garden : Vegetable Gardening

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23 Comments

  • Jessie W. Kirk 2 months ago

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  • brian walterfield 2 months ago

    invest in a hd camera please

  • Sheds Direct 2 months ago

    It is really flattering to gain some reliable ideas and techniques for designing vegetable garden. Do you apply crop rotations in your garden? I would be glad if you could share some advices to grow such plant productively.

  • MORNING GARDENER'S SHOW. 2 months ago

    Hello,

    I am considering over planting this year,I think it's better to have it is not needed.  I have found ways to grow my garden without increasing my cost.  My soil has greatly improved.  I also found an onion that claims to grow in the range of 5 pounds.  The onion is a long day onion.  I'm not quite sure what that means

  • Garden Home 2 months ago

    good ideas

  • DJMovit 2 months ago

    To each their own, but that looks like a lot of wasted space in which more things could be planted. Using a Square Foot Gardening method you would achieve more plants in less space. This is just my own opinion, he has thought out his garden to his liking so be it.

  • Javier Ledezma 2 months ago

    good video

  • thebluebunny1 2 months ago

    @MMJ420Gardener can't remember the name but i would look up books about plant companions i do remember cat mint and potaoes help each other

  • Fatsacks Allday 2 months ago

    @thebluebunny1 hey what was that book called ?

  • originaLkomatoast 2 months ago

    @ggglesnogueron
    Is the space bar on your keyboard broken?

  • morgan freeman 2 months ago

    i have a grapevine,peach tree,jalapenos,thaihots,manzanos,aloe,garlic,blueberrys,alysums,roses,minature roses,purple roses,mint,potatoes,luttuce,sunflowers,carnivorous plants(on sale),palms and pines, jasmins and finaly PINAPPLE, in my garden

  • Marian White 2 months ago

    I liked the idea of following the sun with the smaller to larger plants. Also using the lateral approach to use small spaces.

  • MakeGarden 2 months ago

    Yes planning is important. I had beans and other things growing in the wrong spots so I had to rip them out.

  • BetterGetReady 2 months ago

    Your garden rolls look really high. How did you do that and for what purpose? I will be planting by first garden this year and looking for the BEST way to start out right.

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  • keptyeti 2 months ago

    Hay has seeds. Use straw for mulch instead.

  • vyoufinder 2 months ago

    I wouldn't put pine needles into any mulch unless the plant(s) being grown like a highly acidic environment. Not all plants like mulch either. Tomatoes, for example, are susceptible to getting fungus on their roots.

  • kim hutcheson 2 months ago

    as I understand, the EPA has just about made it mandatory that vegetable inks are used now days for the "ink" in newspapers