Added by on 2018-11-02

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ visits the Never Enough Dirt Edible Home Garden in Los Angeles / Southern California. In this episode, you will get a full tour of this Southern California vegetable garden that grows food year round. You will learn some of Brian’s gardening philosophies as well as many of the edible plants he grows. You will learn more about animals and how they can be incorporated into your garden. You will discover many of the common and uncommon plants that grow in his front yard or backyard, Finally, John will interview Brian, the gardener, to share more about how he grows food as well as some of his gardening techniques as well as his the most important tip he would like to leave each one of you with. Jump to the following parts of the Episode: 01:27 Tour of Front Yard Starts Edibles mixed with Ornamentals 03:15 Use Your Leafy Greens by making chips, juices or smoothies 04:07 Support me and Buy a GYG Tee Shirt 04:45 Amazing Basil Shrub 06:09 Under growing Moringa 08:02 Saving Seeds One of the Most Important Actions You Can Take 08:35 Camouflaged Fruit 09:23 Backyard Garden Tour Starts 09:30 Hodge-Podge Over-run Garden Area 10:25 Unbroken down composting 10:55 Trellis built from Weaving branches together 12:20 Growing in a Recycling Bin 13:12 Heirloom 13:30 Easy to Build Raised Bed 14:19 Growing Food for Your Turtle in the Enclosure 14:30 Buy a Bigger Greenhouse 14:50 Keeping Ducks 15:30 Planting Tomatoes in September 16:30 Easy Way to Make a Raised Bed out of scrap tree branches 17:20 Chinese Chives Lawn Border 17:55 Green Tree Collards 18:11 How Brian Handles Bug Damage 19:20 Lots of Cauliflower Leaves to Eat! 20:03 Traditional Raised Bed 20:23 Making a Trellis out of fence boards without screws or nails. 21:20 Growing […]

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  • Learn Organic Gardening at GrowingYourGreens 1 week ago

    Jump to the following parts of the Episode:
    01:27 Tour of Front Yard Starts Edibles mixed with Ornamentals
    03:15 Use Your Leafy Greens by making chips, juices or smoothies
    04:07 Support me and Buy a GYG Tee Shirt
    04:45 Amazing Basil Shrub
    06:09 Under growing Moringa
    08:02 Saving Seeds One of the Most Important Actions You Can Take
    08:35 Camouflaged Fruit
    09:23 Backyard Garden Tour Starts
    09:30 Hodge-Podge Over-run Garden Area
    10:25 Unbroken down composting
    10:55 Trellis built from Weaving branches together
    12:20 Growing in a Recycling Bin
    13:12 Heirloom
    13:30 Easy to Build $79 Raised Bed
    14:19 Growing Food for Your Turtle in the Enclosure
    14:30 Buy a Bigger Greenhouse
    14:50 Keeping Ducks
    15:30 Planting Tomatoes in September
    16:30 Easy Way to Make a Raised Bed out of scrap tree branches
    17:20 Chinese Chives Lawn Border
    17:55 Green Tree Collards
    18:11 How Brian Handles Bug Damage
    19:20 Lots of Cauliflower Leaves to Eat!
    20:03 Traditional Raised Bed
    20:23 Making a Trellis out of fence boards without screws or nails.
    21:20 Growing Gourds up the phone wire
    21:38 Growing Ginger and Tumeric in a Pot
    22:19 Rare Fuzzy Leaf Basil
    23:22 Interview with Brian –
    23:40 Why do you grow edible vegetables and fruits on your property?
    25:09 Why is it important as a stay-home dad to teach your kids about gardening?
    26:39 What are three rare varieties that you are growing in your garden?
    27:53 What are your fertility practices?
    31:45 What are your thoughts about spraying organic pesticides?
    33:10 Why did you stop using Miracle Grow and Start Growing naturally Gardening?
    34:25 Can you explain how the soil is like a battery?
    37:02 Tell me more about your YouTube Channel? Never Enough Dirt
    38:45 How can someone find you online?
    39:30 Any final words of wisdom for my viewers today?

  • Khiem Tran 1 week ago

    Great answer to why you garden! "To connect with others. Connect to your past, what your parents/family grew." Very good answer.

  • Plane Gardener 1 week ago

    Happy john

  • Lord Renwick 1 week ago

    I hate those runt kids

  • Stephanie Fuller 1 week ago

    Good tasting tomatoes are hard to find here in Central Florida we are always growing tomatoes

  • Stephanie Fuller 1 week ago

    I planted some tomatoes and I live in Central Florida. I think they do better here in the Winter, too hot for them in the summer

  • Stephanie Fuller 1 week ago

    I would love to buy some holy basil seeds!

  • BaltimoresBerzerker 1 week ago

    I've had productive pepper plants last 3 years. Tomato plants flowering right now in Maryland. All volunteers who's ancestors I winterized in the mild FLA winter. Many annual plants can be turned perennial.

  • Kathphlox 1 week ago

    For goodness sake CALM DOWN, you're raising my blood pressure 😉

  • UNIBEST International 1 week ago

    John, another great video. This is a great example of how unique everyone can get with their gardening style!

  • Mike P 1 week ago

    John kohler=half man half bee.

  • xdialga361445x 1 week ago

    Brians garden looks good grwat video john. : )

  • Rich Stone 1 week ago

    Good stuff mang. Brian is cool. Thanks for sharing.

  • Viper H 1 week ago

    Love Brian's Channel. Thanks both of you.

  • Rick Caliente 1 week ago

    I would love to see you visit Gary at Laguna Hills Nursery in Santa Ana. He has interesting thoughts on soil and compost.

  • Denise M 1 week ago

    I was a stay at home mom, and definitely gardened with my girls…now my oldest has her own first container garden, and she let me know that "she was turning into me" but enjoying the fresh herbs, lettuce and chard she is growing on her tiny porch.

  • Ren Torres 1 week ago

    WORLDS COLLIDE. been following never enough dirt forever now

  • Gary Pilarchik (The Rusted Garden) 1 week ago

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  • James Coble II 1 week ago

    Just subscribe to your podcast I’m excited

  • You don't have issues with deers or any other animals?

  • Usually I have a good number of ladybugs each season, this year I found 2.
    Researching found I could purchase 1500 larve for 13.00 + shipping worth the cost, maybe I won't loose kale an such to white fly.

  • Maybe you can answer this question. I planted 1 pink Brandywine tomato, finally produce fruit, fruit has a rough shell like spot near bottom an all rotting from inside out?

  • twhdvm 1 week ago

    Gary, are you going to be selling Roulette Habanero seeds or can you recommend a good place to purchase those?

  • I used 2 Tbs of h2o2 in a gallon of water on Summer Squah, in containers it is still dying.

  • michael murphy 1 week ago

    excellent video. I have used this method and I am very pleased with it.Thanks.

  • Bill Gray 1 week ago

    Do you reuse all that container soil for tomatoes again? If so, how do you amend the soil, and do you get rid of all the roots or just let them decay? Thanks. I had great results this year with the grape tomatoes but the beefsteak got away from me a split with all the heavy rain we had.

  • saba_arts 1 week ago

    Hi I need your help with my cherry tomatoe garden. Is there a way I can send you pictures of my problem

  • channelnoise 1 week ago

    OMG your hops are awesome!

  • How often can give it to the plants?

  • I planted summer squash seeds an transplanted them bigger pots, tried h202 1 Tbsp hope fully ut works.

  • You've got a fabulous garden, I wish I could say that about mine.
    Lost the cucus, potatoes, summer squash, peppers, tomatoes to blight.
    May loose the acorn squash.
    I have used neem oil, fish fertilizer, the slug an snail killer, but some1 walked away with that.
    Thinking about a winter cold frame; found cold weather lettuce to – 10 ^. We shall see.
    Next year with try container gardening hope its better than this year.
    Great info.

  • Jim Wade 1 week ago

    love your work with h2o2 , my wife uses it for everything

  • Katrina Needy 1 week ago

    Your tomatoes definitely did better then mine did. Had to take out two more today. Thankfully I have two more producing. I’m also in MD not sure if I’m 7a or not. So glad you shared about the hydrogen peroxide just wish I had seen the video before purchasing a $5 bottle of organic mildew for squash spray. Now I know. Thank you for taking the time to share your knowledge.

  • Linda Williams 1 week ago

    Once you garden is done for the summer can you talk about your supports for your plants?

  • The Millennial Gardener 1 week ago

    Everything looks good, Gary. The hydrogen peroxide worked great for me, too. After 18 straight rain days from mid-July to early August, my plants were covered in leaf spot. A few H2O2 treatments and some pruning, plus we have had 22 straight days of sunshine since, has resurrected the plants. All new green growth and new flowers everywhere. Pretty amazing.

  • Gail Greenberg 1 week ago

    Today used 4tbs H2O2 in 2liters of water(a little less than 1/2 gallon) on a new outbreak on cucumber. Everything else seems to be doing well…tomatoes have new flowers. I live in France, zone 8a…lots of tomatoes this year. Zucchini doing well. Tried wrinkled crookneck for the first time. Absolutely delicious. Again THANKS Gary for all your tips.

  • carol parrish 1 week ago

    I am interested in your video on winterizing your fig tree. This is my first year on growing a fig tree. When can I expect to get fruit?