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Flowers are an essential part of an organic vegetable garden. Besides being beautiful, they are also practical. In this video we make a case for planting flowers in the vegetable garden. Created by: Siloé Oliveira Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsPreventing & Getting Rid of Weeds/Grasses in Vegetable Garden BedsJuly Vegetable Garden and Homestead UpdateFood and flowers vegetable garden design|Ellie Hanlon|Central Texas GardenerVegetable Gardening in HomesteadThe Kids Plant A Summer Vegetable Garden | Homestead KidsKids Garden Vegetable Plants Update June 2015 | Homestead Kids

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  • Joe Ros Burns 5 months ago

    i admire your philosophy and your garden. However, I was dismayed to see a butterfly bush in your landscape. These are non-native invasive plants in North America. They are a favorite of the Big Box store garden centers. Many temperate climate countries from New Zealand to great Britain to multiple States in the US list them as invasive plants.
    Below is the address of a pdf published by the USDA describing this planter as invasive.

  • Mary Waller 5 months ago

    I agree with every word. That's the way I have gardened for years. Stick with your gardening style. It is great companion gardening.

  • Marilyn Clark 5 months ago

    Hi Siloe, you are such a deep thinker and eloquent speaker! This is on top of being a sensible gardener. I love all of your gardening videos. I was watching earlier tonight Kaye of Late Bloomer latest video where she had a clip of you talking about the living soil. You are simply an inspiration to an urban gardener like me.

  • Michael Damico 5 months ago

    Subscribed. really like your videos my friend. i love flowers in my garden! i do mainly marigolds for thier diversity of colors and because they dont take over a bed. on your suggestion im going to incorporate zinneas to get more hummingbirds! have a great 2017 season, and i hoping to see more of your garden this year. Cheers!

  • Huma Imtiyaz 5 months ago

    i love d way u present ur videos,it's unique & pleasing 2 watch !!

  • Thank you for such helpful tips. more please.

  • Lime Dyme 5 months ago

    Lol at the talking flower!

  • freddie naputi 5 months ago

    hi larious! I totally agree!!

  • Nicole Gavrilov 5 months ago

    So do you think direct sowing the flower seeds now would be worth it? or do you recommend starting them indoors?

  • Arya gouri 5 months ago

    thank you!

  • Stacy Pearson 5 months ago

    I love everything I've seen on your channel!!! Thank you~*~*~*~

  • Allistene Charles 5 months ago

    wonderful job my friend love it very much keep up the good job.where can I get those beautiful plants?

  • Matthew Blaquiere 5 months ago

    Great video and well done! I'm glad I stumbled upon your channel so I can share my gardening obsession with someone else 🙂

  • Debbie Boullion 5 months ago

    will marigolds or rosemary get rid of slugs

  • mazztech 5 months ago

    Great video!  If you don't mind, in future videos can you place the names of the flowers either as a subtitle or in the video description?  I am not 100% sure how to spell the names of the different flowers.  Thank you!

  • pini2k 5 months ago

    Hello, Siloé 🙂
    You've just changed my mind about flowers. Up until now, I was frustrated with my mother's flower garden because I thought "She's wasting so much space for her veggies!" No more. I will be sure to have a wide variety of the flowers along with my veggie garden. I've learned so much with your series 🙂 Thank you so much!

  • Doug Lochart 5 months ago

    I just had to watch this episode again as I love the artistry in which you add your flowers amid the vegetables.  Artistry is not my strong suit (but I am trying) so I would like to request another episode at some point focusing on flowers and any design patterns you employ whether they be for crop protection or for beauty.  Thanks again Siloe.

  • RIL TV 5 months ago

    You made an excellent case, the flowers are beautiful and good to know the 3 to make sure that I have! Your videos are colorful, educational and very well done! Thank you so much for sharing your love for gardening and your artistry with us!