Added by on 2015-01-19

I am excited to share with you the results of not giving up on gardening. I learned a great lesson that a few seconds a day on a task saves you hours of work… Related PostsMittleider Gardening: I Give Up, I Quit, It’s OverThe Mittleider Gardening CourseMittleider Garden Vertical Gardening Done RightMittleider Gardening System: Teaching Children to Grow FoodNew Mittleider Gardening Course Book Drawing 2 and 3 Winners!Mittleider Gardening Method in Missouri 2016

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  • LostPrepper Lee 5 years ago

    Those tomato plants look so healthy! Are you wrapping the twine around the
    plant or attaching to the plant with clips or what?

  • Grace Hollow Rabbitry and Homestead 5 years ago

    Great looking beds. Nice and tidy. Thank you for sharing.

  • PUMPKINDUDE26 . 5 years ago

    Nice clean looking bed…great job. What type of string are you using? Last
    year I grew my tomatoes vertically using a kite type of string. Mid way
    thru the season, on a windy day, most of the strings broke. I did a good
    job of winding the tomato plants around the string, but a bad job of
    pinching off sucker. SO, the combination of extra weight and wind was
    enough to break my strings. So this year I will be using stronger string
    (maybe even rope)

  • Dee Zak 5 years ago

    Great looking garden! Never give up!

  • LDSPrepper 5 years ago

    Please search my channel for “Vertical Gardening” to see my videos for more
    info. I am wrapping the vertical twine around the plants. So I do not need
    to buy or use any clips.

  • SandyzSerious 5 years ago

    Wonderful encouraging video.

  • LDSPrepper 5 years ago

    Your peas are awesome! Thanks for the video. Keep up the good work.

  • Tom Brueggen 5 years ago

    I couldn’t help it, I just had to. Check out my video response for your
    Mittleider garden. No offense, I just had to show you what I was talking
    about in my comment a couple weeks ago. I just uploaded this video: Quick
    Garden Update – Huge Peas!

  • LDSPrepper 5 years ago

    Yup, everything I use is approved for organic gardening by the USDA, just
    like the organic food you buy in grocery store or farmers market.

  • LDSPrepper 5 years ago

    If you want to step-by-step Mittleider Gardening Course book you can buy it
    as a pdf download for $14.95 or paperback for $19.95. Either way use this
    link then select which format you want

  • lirg123 5 years ago

    well it could be alot worse, you could be out in the middle of nowhere and
    string 7 acres of land of green beens plant onto those inferno things.

  • Hubb Zilla 5 years ago

    grow food web site to me is a mixed up store. Which is it? The Mittleider
    Course for over $200 as seen on Amazon, or the book for $49 etc, the
    downloads? I have no idea what I am getting.

  • Jeff Yoak 5 years ago

    Is this Organic?

  • Sam Huang 5 years ago

    Loves those beans looking good

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  • onebadboy2 5 years ago

    Looks awesome man. Thanks for sharing.

  • awomansworld123 5 years ago

    Wow you never seem to amaze me with this wonderful green thumb you have. I
    love it, it looks wonderful and Im sure you will enjoy the fruits of your
    labor because you did not give up!