Added by on 2017-04-24

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ goes on a field trip to the Alhambra Community garden to give you a tour of the garden and share his gardening tips. In this episode, John will take you on a walking tour of this community garden and share with you some of the most beneficial vegetables to grow, some of the most useful techniques to grow more food in less space, a plastic crate raised bed tower garden, a cool trellis structure, what to do with cauliflower and broccoli leaves after your harvest the flowers and much, much more. After watching this episode, you will gain some valuable gardening tips that you can use at a community garden plot or your home garden to grow more food, more efficiently. Subscribe to GrowingYourGreens for more videos like this: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=growingyourgreens Follow John on Instagram at: https://instagram.com/growingyourgreens/ Watch all 1200+ Episodes from GrowingYourGreens at https://www.youtube.com/user/growingyourgreens/videos Buy Seeds that John Grew at: http://growingyourgreens.ecwid.com/ Talk to John for 10 Minutes for Just https://www.fiverr.com/groworganic/be-your-organic-gardening-coach-for-10-minutes Video Rating: / 5 Related Posts“Tower Garden Planting” by Epic GardeningHow To Plant Tomatoes & Peppers into Raised Bed Vegetable Garden in Arizona – Organic Gardening TipsEasy Vertical Hydroponics Tower Garden – Even Beginners Can Grow FoodHow to Harvest Your Tower Garden® Tomatoes: Tower TipsHow to Harvest Your Tower Garden® Lettuce: Tower TipsHow to Harvest Tower Garden® Basil, Chives & Parsley: Tower Tips

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18 Comments

  • Patrick Sorensen 6 months ago

    very few people can truly rock the selfie-stick. You rocked it dude!

  • Ethelyn Schaeffer 6 months ago

    Yes, I like the selfie stick. It is more comprehensive and keeps our eyes looking. You will feel more at ease with it when you use it more 🙂

  • Lisabeth Olson 6 months ago

    How do the flavors compare on the different spinach. Where can I get some starts of the Ok spinach.

  • Leah Lovise 6 months ago

    Thank you! This is all very helpful! I'm growing my first garden!

  • Debbie Howard 6 months ago

    owww…..I love to watch your videos…..but this made me dizzy :/

  • Skye Renard 6 months ago

    you have made me wanna be a farmer. I have wanted to do off grid living but this really makes the whole thing more complete. I really like your channel and personality and how helpful you are. I do have a question though that is off topic but I have not noticed you using hydroponics, aquaponics, or aeroponics (though if you have I might have missed it as I am new to your channel). is there a reason for planting in soil over the *ponics systems? is it just preference or some other reason? anything against *ponics?

  • Jacalyn Rix 6 months ago

    Thanks for wonderful tips. You have aided my gardening!
    I would love to buy the weed book and seeds you mentioned by Katrina Blair! Could you give us that link, please?

  • L Mendez 6 months ago

    where can you get those crates in florida

  • Ramiro Negrete 6 months ago

    Hey Mate, your face is not important!!! so please show us the stuff you´re talking about.

  • Nathan salazar 6 months ago

    Awesome vid!

  • DON'T BE A WIMP 101 6 months ago

    have you heard about the "organic" soil, sold by big name brand companies, that has shredded tires in it?

  • DON'T BE A WIMP 101 6 months ago

    did you know that tire chips are being used in some "organic" composts and soil? i have just put up two videos about "organic" gardening. i did a lot of research on "organics" and "organic pesticides." links are provided in my description, so that, i can back up my facts.

  • Steve Smekar 6 months ago

    And that is not all the $.99 stores are good for… I have purchased, organic cauliflower (huge head), organic Romaine (either leaves or whole, 3 in a pack) other baby kale and spinach ready made salad greens (clean ready to eat, what a nice service) and ripe bananas are always available. Can't beat the price. I totally play the numbers game when it comes to paying for my produce. And I still do well, as I locally source much of my food. When I get back to the earth again… oh, happy day.

  • Tall Cedars 6 months ago

    Glad I watched your video John, specially the point about leaving your cards on the table. From now on will be canning the leaves from broccoli and cauliflower plants also since we can't eat all the fresh greens we grow in a few months here in northwestern Canada. But we are enjoying a variety of canned greens from kale, pigweed and stinging nettles all winter and adding something new will be a new greens taste experience. Had not thought greens tasted much different from the next one until I started canning them, what a surprise that was. Sure envy that you can eat fresh greens all year:) all the best!

  • MawRaw Miller 6 months ago

    Interesting crate system…you could even grow mushrooms in the bottom level. I would line each crate with straw.

  • bettertruth thanlie 6 months ago

    better show just vids of vegies-we know how you look-thanks

  • Angel 6 months ago

    John I lived there in that city for 11 years! 🙂 Happy to see you are in sunny cal!

  • Nathanael Kitchen 6 months ago

    Great job on the point of view. I usually do not like selfie sticks or go pros but this one wasn't bad!