Added by on 2018-07-12

There is an important aspect of indoor gardening that you can very well relate to. Imagine this. Related PostsIndoor Hydroponic Spinach Update – S2 Episode SomethingIndoor Gardening: Supplemental Lighting For Your Vegetable Plants2 indoor gardening DIY projects for the winterIntroduction to Indoor GardeningIndoor Gardening: Creating A Tropical EnvironmentHow to start seeds with coco coir indoor gardening





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  • patricia gaines 1 month ago

    Thanks for sharing. Very interesting. 

  • Enlightening Adventures 1 month ago

    yes can relate to thanks

  • Rosa negron 1 month ago

    absolutely correct! gets to the point. thank you

  • Terry UncleTel 1 month ago

    Great vid Michael, you and I are on the same wave length my friend, I keep telling people, everything in this world/universe is in balance, everything, I make my own compost from garden waste ie grass cuttings/prunings and dead plants and kitchen waste, anything that will degrade(will rot) and the best ingredient, horse or cow manure, mix all this up and a year later you have the best food your soil needs and its free, nature wastes nothing and keeps it`s self in balance, if you take out you have to put back and using these morals I have grown some phenomenal veg and beautiful flowers, give a plant what it needs and it will thrive, just like you and me, brilliant message.

  • Scalerwave Signal 1 month ago

    Have you tried the "Back to Eden" method?  It's the easiest organic method I've seen.

  • Fensterfarm Greenhouse 1 month ago

    Thanks for sharing this Michael

  • Ben ptb 1 month ago

    very good thank you!!!

  • freakygeaktwo 1 month ago

    interesting video but the voice sounds a bit computer generated to me as it seems to skip or jump. otherwise like another said good for new gardeners. thanks for sharing

  • PQRLOVE 1 month ago

    great video for say , 'jr. high' or even elementary students.  Advanced third graders would find this useful.

    waste of time for me of course

    better title:  Introductory indoor gardening for younger students.

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  • Gardening With Puppies 1 month ago

    Good video. Thanks for sending it to me.

  • Michael O'Brien 1 month ago

    Good job.

  • redneck gunclub 1 month ago

    awesome subbed you ..toppy

  • pickerick1 1 month ago

    Very good and informative video, Thank you for sharing !


  • Jorijn Smit 1 month ago

    This is really cool, I still have to set this up one day. Would love to build a worm farm as well to fertilize organically 🙂