Added by on 2017-07-23

Hello Everyone! I have been doing a lot of #indoorgardening this year! In this video I will give you a tour of my indoor plants and show you how I propagate my longevity spinach plants. I started out with only 2 plants and I’m now growing over 50 #longevityspinach plants just from cuttings along with over 50 other indoor edible plants. In my next video I will be doing a huge “spring subscriber give-away”! For more instant updates, please follow me on Instagram at: Longevity Spinach Link: Botanical Name: Gynura procumbens Health Benefits of Longevity Spinach: Related to Okinawan Spinach, but lower-growing and more spreading. Reputed to have anti-viral and anti-cancer properties, and to be beneficial in the treatment of diabetes and numerous other conditions. Cultivated throughout southern and eastern Asia. Can be used raw, juiced or cooked. Also frequently made into a tea. Grows in frost-free, warm conditions. Easy to propagate from cuttings. 2 plants. Horizontal 3-step planter stand: Please note the links may expire. Vertical Plant Stand: Please note the links may expire. #organic #longevityspinach #organicgardening #indoorgardening #gardening Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsIndoor Gardening Year Round Edible Plants ~ Longevity SpinachIndoor Hydroponic Spinach Update – S2 Episode SomethingEdible Indoor Gardening – DIY Apartment Gardens YOU CAN Harvest and EatAfrican Violet Plants – Indoor GardeningCARING FOR YOUNG MARIJUANA PLANTS IN VEGETATION STAGE! – INDOOR GARDENINGCANNABIS PLANTS IN FLOWER – INDOOR GARDENING GROW VLOG UPDATE

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  • Patricia Ncube 7 months ago

    Love your indoor garden. I miss my garden when I am in the house. You have found a great solution for me. Thanks for sharing.

  • Christa's Garden 7 months ago

    Wow, just beautiful!! I love your indoor garden.

  • Deborah Christmas 7 months ago

    This was a really nice video! Thanks for showing us around your sunroom (I LOVE that window!)
    I think I've heard about longevity spinach here and there. Please let us in on how you use it in future videos.

  • Sunera Kitchen 7 months ago

    Great n Very Impressive 🙂

  • Practical Gardener 7 months ago

    Wow wow, very impressive. Your grow room is huge and the plants seemed like enjoying so much being inside. 🙂 I never had lonegevity spinah, what does it taste like? How are the plants doing now?

  • Cherokee Rose 7 months ago

    Nice video.  It is funny I know pple who can't get roots in water and others can't get roots in dirt.  I think I will try to do both just in case.  Thanks..

  • Spain on a Fork 7 months ago

    everything looks so good, great video

  • savedpurplecat 7 months ago

    Wow that is a serious amount of plants, the leaves are for the healing of the nations 🙂 Tim

  • LCJ farms 7 months ago

    we are so far behind we have been dealing w/the death of my wife's mom and my dad also

  • Garden City 7 months ago

    Awesome variety! You struck a nerve when you mentioned fungus gnats!! Ugh! lol

  • The New Orleans Gardner 7 months ago

    I thought I sub, Your channel..But I just did.. I love your channel..

  • Morning Glory Garden 7 months ago

    Wow Peaches you sure have healthy looking plants indoors. I so wish I had that much space indoors for an indoor garden. Great video, like always 🙂

  • superslyfoxx1 7 months ago

    Hi Peaches! Wow things are looking amazing.What soil are you growing in? I am having a horrible time with soil gnats too. I was just about to ask you about it and you started talking about it.

  • Cakes Cooking and More 7 months ago

    Great video. Just found your channel, I subbed

  • Syrian Wolf 7 months ago

    great video liked subed if you have the time subscribe me plzz

  • Cooking with Cricket (cricket516) 7 months ago

    I love your indoor garden

  • Michelangelo Alexander Sir-Rhine 7 months ago

    thanks for sharing

  • Portugee Prepper 7 months ago

    Hello new subscriber, thanks for sharing the gardening video. Btw I have a new channel on backyard gardening/homesteading. Please come on over and check it out. Thanks and take care

  • Elyse Joseph 7 months ago

    Great work Peaches!!! Love the green house house lol