How to Grow in Compost in Place, TOMATO Plants EVERYWHERE, Broccoli, walking onions, kale, ginger, turmeric, black turmeric, cucumbers, squash, tomatoes, egg plant, papayas, tree collard, purple tree collard, celery, mint, sorrel, blueberries, strawberries, herbs…Hot Summer Gardening Vegetables now all growing great in Flower Pots, Vertical Garden, Container Gardening. Onions, cucumbers, Zucchini, lettuce, strawberries, broccoli, Herbs sage, mint in raised bed garden, and in the ground. Zucchini, Squash, Tomatoes, broccoli, Swiss chard, sorrel, herbs, sage, mint, celery, peppers, cucumbers, watermelon, cabbage, collard, purple tree collard, walking onions, garlic, mustard and more are growing. Rainbow garden is coming along great and almost done and contains both container gardening and vertical gardening. Growing in the ground, storage containers / totes, buckets, flower pots whatever I can get.

Please watch this Video to MAKE free SOIL EASY:

Here is the link on how to Grow Lots of Lettuce:

Here is the link to all the birds that visit our gardens all through the year:

This is TULLE that Great Fabric SO CHEAP and last all year outside here, here is an aff. link to check out, many colors, I usually get one of the greens, but any color will work great:

Here is an aff. link to ebay where I bought some of my tubing for my solar fountain, the Seller is in the USA for fast shipping:

Here are some aff. links of the fountains we buy and use, I try to buy from companies in the USA for fastest shipping:
This link is the models we use the solar fountain models, that has the panel and long cord.

Here are the Species of Hummingbirds from OUR garden bathing and Listed by Species of hummingbird:

#verticalgardening #gardening #containergarden

Vegetable Garden Tour Growing TOMATOES Cucumbers ZUCCHINI in Container Gardening Vertical Raised Bed

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  • Ann Hendrick

    Robbie or Gary, how do you tell when a papaya is ripe and ready to eat? I bought one from the grocery store. Delivery of course so I didn’t get to pick it out myself. I wanted to taste it (never had before) and grow it because of watching your video’s. But I found it skinny and not sweet hardly no taste at all. I could not eat it and wound up just throwing it out. I saw no reason to try to grow if that’s the fruit I was going to get.

  • Dee C

    It gets way too cold here for anything to survive like you get . We get lots of volunteer tomatoes . Best ever and I never plant a seed. I do compost and use my compost . Our garden this year is mostly tomatoes . I have some seeds I am going to get in for summer plants , now that we are finally getting dryer and warmer weather. It has been crazy , bipolar weather.

  • Linda Cole

    You got brain fog from covid which is in the shot too. I found if you put stinging nettle, lemon balm, and rosemary in a tea, that really helps. My brain fog got really bad and I have to drink it every day and sometimes put mint in it too

  • Tracie Neal

    I stayed at an air bnb for a month and the owner had this gorgeous garden. I noticed that she had a leek plant growing very similar to yours that was hanging over to the right of a plant. Below the right side was all these little baby leeks growing from a puddle of water. What we both realized was that there was a slow drip coming from the exterior wall faucet that kept making this little puddle of water and the dry flowers from the leek plant were dropping seed into the puddle and causing all these little baby plants to grow…it was really cool to see.

  • Dianne Thompson

    Don't worry about the noise, we can hear you..We are enjoying what you are sharing. We all deal with some type of noise problem, whether it's cars, trains, planes, etc. Keep the sharing coming.