Added by on 2018-10-05

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ takes you on a tour of his front yard permaculture style urban raised bed vegetable garden. In this episode you will learn what John grew in the Winter in his frontyard organic garden in Zone 9b. You will discover how he is growing different fruits, berries and vegetables, as well as learn many of the varieties of vegetables he grows in the fall and winter season. Along the way you will learn a few things about growing food in the frontyard of a standard American tract home in the suburbs and how much food you can truly grow in the frontyard that can help to feed a family of 4 easily. Referenced Videos: First Episode, Tearing up the Grass in 2009 Purchase John’s Ashitaba seeds at: https://www.fiverr.com/groworganic/send-you-12-fresh-ashitaba-angelica-keiskei-seeds Support John by making your Juicer, Blender, Dehydrator or Fermentation Crock purchase at: http://www.discountjuicers.com/ Learn all about juicers at http://www.youtube.com/rawfoods/ Subscribe to Growing Your Greens at: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=growingyourgreens Follow John on Instagram: https://instagram.com/growingyourgreens/ Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsExtended Front Yard Urban Vegetable Garden TourLIVE Tour of My Front Yard and Backyard Edible Garden in Arizona – Winter 2016Quick Summer Front Yard Vegetable Garden TourFront Yard Summer Raised Bed Vegetable Garden TourGrowing Food in Seattle: A Front Yard Raised Bed Vegetable GardenOrlando Couple Cited for Code Violation for Front Yard Vegetable Garden

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37 Comments

  • mewendy1 7 months ago

    my 3 hens can't even keep up with a yard full of chickweed. one way I encourage them to eat it is, I've found that they like it wet! so when I let them out, I spray down a patch & let them go crazy.

  • Yvonne Thornton 7 months ago

    Thanks John, we appreciate you and what you are doing.

  • Dave Thomson 7 months ago

    where is this house?

  • Christina Hagerman 7 months ago

    The best way to get rid of an edible weed, is to eat it.

  • Hi, how many fruits and veggies do you have in total?

  • paulasmits 7 months ago

    that collapsing trellis on the side makes the entire property look like an eyesoar

  • Kevin 7 months ago

    Why don't you grow stuff where the bricks are?

  • Jason David Walton 7 months ago

    My garden is like the size of three of your beds haha and only one of the 'beds' gets light and thats courtyard. my actual raised bed is in permanent shade. i am just trying to grow leafy stuff. So looking at your garden is like where I want to be! By the way, any tips for growing food in shade?

    I'm growing all my vegetables in containers at the moment. and putting my seedlings in any windowsill space i can find.

  • James Minogue 7 months ago

    Hi John, whats the latin name for the plant called "Mosh" & "Yacone"
    ?? – btw with chickweed, i keep to a single styrofoam container, just a thought

  • therawlifefamily 7 months ago

    Wow, John, it seems like just yesterday you were putting in your new tall front raised beds and now they're all grey and aged looking! It's been 5 years!

  • faithlilis 7 months ago

    if your garden is in vegas then how do u get rid of the summer huge roaches or water bugs?
    i want to use something not so dangerous for my plants or my kids:)

  • Deborah Willoughby 7 months ago

    I want to purchase Moshe lettuce seeds and the miners lettuce seeds, do you have them for sale?

  • Joan Smith 7 months ago

    Fabulous garden! One of the best I've seen

  • Tad Meister 7 months ago

    Xeroscapers hate u, cops raid u… lol

  • Shawn Nicol 7 months ago

    I gotta stop watching these videos when I'm hungry =/

  • Sam Alexander 7 months ago

    New Zealand!!!

  • Regina Baryla 7 months ago

    John love you garden, thank you for the tour. Regina from VIRGINIA

  • Gavin B. 7 months ago

    In France it's mâche (pronounced 'mash'), elsewhere in Europe I think they sometimes refer to it as lamb's lettuce. It's definitely popular in France, and delicious!

  • Infinite Philosophy 7 months ago

    i love you dude, great videos as always

  • Rakesh Dasan 7 months ago

    Swargam ?

  • POKÈNERDS PROFESSOR 7 months ago

    super aayittundu.avide snake undoo .

  • illu sahal 7 months ago

    Wow.. Beautiful.. Ivide gulfil flatil ithonnum nadakkilla
    Gardening enik valare ishtama.. Ithoke kanichathin thanks mia…

  • Keralapravasi Maithri 7 months ago

    Chettan paranjatha Sheri kandhaari aanu undachirikkunne
    Cheena mulakennanu aalukal kaandhariyaakkiya mulakinte yadhartha per

  • Sabira Shakeel 7 months ago

    Wow superb .

  • Mk Mobiles 7 months ago

    Good chechi

  • sree guru 7 months ago

    Help please ennyum Americayil kondupokumo. ..

  • Saranya Sree 7 months ago

    Chechiii evidaya ethuu

  • Nishi Padman 7 months ago

    Wow so good.

  • Ujual Raman 7 months ago

    നാട്ടിൽ രണ്ടു മാസം അവധിക്കു പോകുമ്പോൾ, ഈ കോഴികളെയും, ചെടികളെയും ഒക്കെ ആരു പരിപാലിക്കും.?

  • shimi kareem rafeeka 7 months ago

    Ella streegalkum Mia our nalla prachodhanamanu. Stay blessed

  • Sajira P 7 months ago

    Keep it

  • Sajira P 7 months ago

    Nice chechi

  • ruby francis 7 months ago

    അമേരിക്കയിൽ ഒരു അങ്കമാലി ഉണ്ടാക്കിയോ? സൂപ്പർ

  • Mubamuna Mubamuna 7 months ago

    Ningale swandham veedano

  • Mubamuna Mubamuna 7 months ago

    Nalla place aanallo chechi Newyork

  • Adv.Shibana A S 7 months ago

    Great …..god bless uu

  • archana ajayan 7 months ago

    mia chechi sharikkum nannayittund… love u chechi