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  • CRM AKSoft 1 year ago

    Oh nice

  • YouADamnWitch 1 year ago

    You can eat day lilly tubers and shoots as well. But I would stick will the traditional orange day lillies.

  • Nhung Nohai 1 year ago

    The issue with hydroponics is you need to pay for "plant food" or nutrition and supplements that can be expensive.

  • macklemicklenackle 1 year ago

    Wow, I've never seen most of the products you showed me at my local home depot… I'm in San Diego CA, and we only have strawberries available as whole plants already flowering… I wish we had those red onion buds ~ Where are you located?

  • Illstate amo 1 year ago


  • ttimothymurphy 1 year ago

    you're lucky to have Yukon Gold potatoes so readily available there.
    Here in the UK, they're a specialist variety that you can't buy in the shops.
    (I'm thinking of sending away for some.)

  • ThisGuyCanCook1 1 year ago

    John what is the video you mentioned about greens you grow in your kitchen? Or could you do a updated vid on it?

  • Learn Organic Gardening at GrowingYourGreens 1 year ago

    Im glad you are learing. Yes, daylilies are great for salads, or stuff them!

  • anniequilts 1 year ago

    I thought the potatoes they sold at the grocery store had sprout inhibitors on them so they would last longer in the stores, and therefore did not grow as good in the garden.

  • mysciencenow 1 year ago

    @growingyourgreens i think the # is 86891…but the container looks different online than the one i purchased

  • 4GreenEarth2 1 year ago

    Lowe's in California has way more plants then the ones here in PA – Our Lowe's don't even sell fruit trees yet.

  • MISTYWORLD 1 year ago

    Thanks for all the great information Nice bulbs :O)

  • biojovial 1 year ago

    Awesome! Checked out my local Home Depot today after watching this and got red and yellow onions, asparagus, strawberries and a seedless concord grape vine! Really excited about the grapes! l close on my new house this week and already have big plans for the yard!

  • BikeManDan1 1 year ago

    Good deal on the strawberries and asparagus!

    Did you happen to see any bare root trees at HD? I know you saw them earlier at Lowes

  • RookieGardner 1 year ago

    another great video John! Just so you know you have been a real inspiration for me to get something going this year…I even put a facebook and youtube channel together for my friends to share in the experience… As you can see I am such a Rookie I spelled Gardener wrong when I set up the youtube page! LMAO….thanks again buddy…Mike

  • 1984IcameandIstayed 1 year ago

    @mysciencenow I have several plants called Neem and the bugs don't seem to like them.

  • 1984IcameandIstayed 1 year ago

    what other beautiful flowers are edible?

  • mysciencenow 1 year ago

    @growingyourgreens i went to 2 different lowe's and only one had it….and i just put it under the house and its raining now…so i will send the item# later …

  • Learn Organic Gardening at GrowingYourGreens 1 year ago

    Yes, you can start them inside. Check to make sure the seeds you are starting will germinate at the temperature you have. Is the sun lamp for heat? or for the light? For light, LED lighting is really good. Look at the video I did at Jason's in Las Vegas. Otherwise, go for a fluorex security light, they are fluorescent and dont draw as much power. That being said, these are for light, not heat, as they dont generate that much.

  • Learn Organic Gardening at GrowingYourGreens 1 year ago

    Im sure there is a nutrient difference, but its probably not significant. Each one has its own unique nutrients.. Grow both. Grow purple too!

  • Learn Organic Gardening at GrowingYourGreens 1 year ago

    cool. NEEM is awesome. I didnt see it at mine.. Either its sold out of they dont carry it.. Do you have the item #? I will stop by there today.