Added by on 2018-09-12

I love to COMPOST in PLACE, no moving so easy! As your kitchen scraps are breaking down under and around the plants, they are growing and feeding on the decomposing ‘now plant food’ as they need it, getting nutrients to flourish. Compost food scraps and leaves from the garden, don’t throw it away, recycle it all. So easy, no moving compost around the yard….unless you like doing that, I don’t! Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsCompost Garden Tower- Dump, Plant, NO TURN, Grow FOOD in Small Space No BendingHow-to Grow a Vegetable Garden from Kitchen ScrapsHow to turn your lawn into a vegetable gardenIs Mushroom Compost & other Recycled Materials OK for a Vegetable Garden ?Preparing Vegetable Garden Bed with Compost & AmendmentsGARDEN SUPPLIES and Container Cleanup PREP ready to plant vegetable gardening compost

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  • Julie Ann Lee 6 months ago


  • nictii 6 months ago

    Hi there. Do u have any problems with tiny flies buzzing around your compost? Any tips?

  • Camirra Williamson 6 months ago

    i was just wondering if I could compost in place with leafy greens like kale and lettuce! this is the answer. I am making garden beds and buried kichen scraps and leaves and sticks under the soil. I figure they will break down and nourish the plants. adding already broken down compost and topsoil mixed together so the seeds have a good start right away. I am trying to direct seed in the garden so wont be using wood chips, but leaves as mulch. thank for information

  • Emm Wen 6 months ago

    Great videos!

  • Nicole lovesjesus 6 months ago

    I do have a question. I hear your area has water rationing? Is this true . How do you handle that ?

  • Nicole lovesjesus 6 months ago

    Crazy. , it just got warm
    Enough in Idaho this garden. Most of us don’t plant until memorial day week . Lol

  • wendy chiu 6 months ago

    What are all those white bins ?

  • Cathy Baby 6 months ago

    Do seeds come on moringas after flowers

  • Cathy Baby 6 months ago

    What kind of wood chips
    ? Pine cedar ?


  • I never knew gardening could be so easy. You've convinced me! Thanks.

  • Terry Obright 6 months ago

    I have an old metal bathtub that I am going to drag out to my garden and do this composting in place and plants like you have done here. I will just leave the drain open with a screen over it in hopes to keep it from plugging off. I do have woodchips. I save all of my coffee grounds and tea bags with what little kitchen scraps we have in the red plastic folgers containers. I have so many I can cut the bottoms off from those to plant in.

  • Marilyn Randall 6 months ago

    Hey Robbie hon,
    I sure hope you have anything new ideas on how to get rid of fungus knats!!!
    Hon I was told they were fruit flies and harmless lol. So not so!!!
    The large eat the new growth on the roots of the plants.

    Whew each knat lays 250 eggs each! I’ve tried hydrogen peroxide and dish soap together but first by themselves!!
    My biggest draw back is they love compost!! Yikes

  • Lucy Belle Scott 6 months ago

    What is the water sprayer you use? Looks hardy.

  • cecilia soans 6 months ago

    Your plants must be so happy to get all this nutrition.. now you just have to wait for a good harvest

  • Edelina Bacani 6 months ago

    Do you cover your containers to deter critters from digging into your compost?

  • mtnmanrab 6 months ago

    You're stressing your plant's roots putting them in dry soil it works better to put water in the hole. Glad you laid the water to them at the end of the video. But in my experience put water in the hole before putting the plant in the plants do well. but I quess you have good results anyway.

  • Melody Hill 6 months ago

    You need to do something with that leggie spiny plant? You have let it go to a bad condition where it is no longer good for eating anf best now let it go to seed?

  • Melody Hill 6 months ago

    If you have a massive trunk?? Your not eating eat> Or are you not pruning it or are you letting it go to seed?