Added by on 2019-02-05

Today’s episode is truly EPIC. I met up with Summer Rayne Oakes doing an in-depth tour of her incredible house in Brooklyn, NYC. Summer is known for her website, Homestead Brooklyn and her wildly-popular YouTube series, Plant One On Me. What makes her house so epic, you ask? She’s created a veritable urban jungle, with 500-700+ houseplants in just about every nook and cranny of her house. She’s growing some rare and difficult to cultivate species, but also growing in a variety of methods. From sub-irrigated plant walls, to a Biopod, to classic containers, there’s something to learn in this video, no matter what type of indoor gardening you’re into. Plus…she has Kippee the hen as a pet! I was thoroughly impressed by Summer’s breadth and depth of plant wisdom, as well as how she connects it to a deeper way of life. Truly something special. I hope you all enjoy today’s video and if you’d like more tours like this, please let me know who I should visit next! TIMESTAMPS 0:38 – Intro 2:17 – Kitchen & Dining Area 6:19 – Living Room 8:02 – Sub-Irrigated Living Wall 12:06 – Biopod 15:21 – Converted Closet Garden 17:35 – Cacti Corner 18:26 – Outro & Conversation → Aspect Indoor LED Light: https://amzn.to/2QJUHDF → https://www.homesteadbrooklyn.com → https://www.instagram.com/homesteadbrooklyn → Preorder Summer’s Houseplant Masterclass: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/houseplant-masterclass LEARN MORE Epic Gardening is much more than a YouTube channel. I have a website with 300+ gardening tutorials as well as a podcast where I release daily gardening tips in five minutes or less. There’s also a Facebook group with over 1,500 other gardeners sharing their tips. → Website: http://www.epicgardening.com/blog → Podcast: https://apple.co/2nkftuk → FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/epicgardening/ DONATE If you like my videos, articles, or podcast episodes, please consider supporting on Patreon. For rewards, I’ll answer gardening […]

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17 Comments

  • Summer Rayne Oakes 3 months ago

    Thanks for sharing my space (and my feathered friend) Kevin

  • MaryG Orchids 3 months ago

    I like Summer Rayne's home! I wish I could have that many house plant every where in my house , but my husband is resisting , however I keep a quite big collection of orchids (about 150) and about 50 house plant. Thanks for doing this interview with her.

  • Jungle Girl 3 months ago

    How do you keep down the knats

  • GAS D 3 months ago

    The amount of root pruning and repotting she must do, it's probably a neverending job.

  • Jd Winslow 3 months ago

    That’s not a hen it’s a rooster

  • someone journals 3 months ago

    i love your flowers summer. 🙂

  • Pseudo Nym 3 months ago

    Great video, really enjoyed. Thank you Kevin.

  • Pseudo Nym 3 months ago

    If you want a dwarf indoor edible. Minibell tomato. A sweet cherry tomato.

  • Pan Jony 3 months ago

    I AM ABSOLUTELY AMAZED!
    much love to you, crazy plant lady!

  • haji alhaeri 3 months ago

    lol the chicken is just hanging around

  • Moises Sobrepena 3 months ago

    Wow what a kickass houseplant hope i could build one since i am just starting to garden

  • silverhairdemon 3 months ago

    I wonder about the chicken poop, they poop a lot………..

  • Naturopathic Empathic Lightworker 3 months ago

    This is lovely.what wattage is the aspect led light to grow them?

  • Plants and flowers 3 months ago

    Beautiful

  • Plants and flowers 3 months ago

    Watched your full video with advertisement

  • Grace Axisa 3 months ago

    I'm curious: what about dampness/mould/seepage? Are there any issues with these? I love the indoor plant look; so beautiful, calming and relaxing. How wonderful to surround yourself with something you are so passionate about!

  • BLUE WATER PINES 3 months ago

    Others have done sub-irrigation walls far earlier then this one.i enjoy her enthusiasm and concept.