Added by on 2018-11-21

John from fails at growing melons growing up a trellis in the desert in 110+ degree heat. In this episode, you will learn what happened to John’s melon vines that were growing up a trellis in the summertime. You will discover how John handles gardening failure and what you can learn from his failure. You will discover 9 steps for overcoming failure in your garden or in life. You will learn how to move past your failure so you can be successful in gardening and in life. After watching this episode, you will learn 9 tips you can use to get over your gardening failure and learn how failure can make you a more successful organic gardener. Related Episodes: Summer Garden Tour (what my melon vines looked like) Subscribe to GrowingYourGreens for more videos like this: Follow John on Instagram at: Watch all 1400+ Episodes from GrowingYourGreens at Buy a GYG Tee Shirt and Help Me Make More Videos Buy My Seeds By My Health Eating Ebook Related PostsHow to Protect Your Vegetable Garden from the WindFrom Zero to Vegetable Garden in 6 Months – Tips So You Can SucceedDecember vegetable gardens Tour Learn How To Garden 2016Vertical New Zealand Spinach in PVC Hydroponic Garden — Success and Failure of ExperimentLEARN FROM YOUR GARDENKids go to Garden Learn Grow Vegetable | Kids Learn Colors Sandwich Song for Childrens

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  • jAM Ab 3 months ago

    always stake wit wooden sticks john

  • Cloudy Hat17 3 months ago

    I enjoy your smiles and encouragement, thank you

  • tam Le 3 months ago

    Take the Summer off!

  • Mike Swapp 3 months ago

    Casually joking about abortion … man this country.

  • Steve Knight 3 months ago

    Hi John I grow alot of stuff up on a similar sort of trellis. I found by covering them with shade cloth early afternoon, it takes the heat and direct sun off them and they will flourish. Best of luck to you.

  • Irma Gonzalez 3 months ago

    Jhonn tku u are the best people complein for the long videos me personal i like them becouse i been learning a lot from them keep doing a grate job

  • gary sugarsandfarm 3 months ago

    Oh yeh, some fly some die. As you have said in more than one of your vids.,,,find out what will grow well in our areas . But dont quit hurricane Irma took out fifteen years of garden effort in 15hrs. But we grow on because its in our DNA.

  • Ruth P 3 months ago

    Damage control, emergency watering, etc., I am in NorCal and it's crazy hot here too! What is happening to the weather?! Thanks for this video — it is validating.

  • Rebecca Krause 3 months ago

    40% shade cloth and some extra watering and my plants are not fried even in 117 degree heat.

  • Bradley Boe 3 months ago

    Wow, John made a 16 mi ute video…made it to 6 minutes…keep up the good work. I need the cliff notes version please.

  • Reed Ackerman 3 months ago

    Whoa. The abortion comment went a little too far but I like the rest of the material in the video

  • RAREBREED398 3 months ago

    Wanted to ask i have alto of morning glory's in my yard. ..year after year they bloom in the morning beautiful. ..but this year in lower Louisiana its been way hotter. ..they are living and growing. ..but not blooming but one or two each morning. ..what's your thoughts on this. ..

  • Wozzie 3 months ago

    Too much talking….

  • James Webster 3 months ago

    Fox News is reporting that a pure vegan diet is not as healthy as one might think. They claim vegans are deficient of B-12 supplement that is contained in red meat. Please look into this and let us know what you think.

  • Tex Gal 3 months ago

    Sometimes I can't believe what comes out of your mouth. Your abortion comment went too far. It's not something to joke about. Disgraceful and stupid John.

  • Pete Zahutt 3 months ago

    John more likely the metal Trellis other comments saying the same

  • Daniel Domingo 3 months ago

    Vegans just look unhealthy John your body looks soft like you couldn’t ever do much physical activity!

  • Gilbert Bigelow 3 months ago

    I live across town. I am growing Armenian Cucumbers up a wire mess that is painted green sold at home depot. No problems.
    However, I am noticing that ground covering plants grown up a trellis will not live as long as those on the ground by a couple of weeks to a month.