Added by on 2017-12-12

It is very possible for someone with a small backyard to grow enough vegetables to feed your family throughout the year. In this video I show you how I effectively garden in my greenstalk tower garden, raised beds and containers. They harvest will be plentiful, because I use excellent techniques and nutrients and my plants reward me. In this video, I am growing tomatoes, green beans, pickles and multiple herbs in the smaller spaces. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHow to Grow Garden Vegetables In Small SpacesVertical Gardening In An Urban Environment – Growing Vegetables In Small SpacesThe best grow tower for small spacesSmall space vegetable gardening – A series about maximizing your space effectivelyGrow food in small spaces with a vertical herb gardenVertical Gardening for Small Spaces

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9 Comments

  • Eric Gagrat 2 months ago

    Where do you get your seeds from…….
    What fertilizers are you using……I currently use Blood meal, bone meal and epsom salt.

    Thanks for the videos…….

  • Carla Donaldson 2 months ago

    What do you do with all your cherry tomatoes? Do you can them or do they freeze well? Also any tips on the kale, lettuce, and spinach so they aren't bitter? I'm a few hours north of you in Waco!

  • gardening with fat steve 2 months ago

    That's quite some intensive growing in a small space. shared it on twitter. Nice job, keep up the good work.

  • expertnmbbusinesses 2 months ago

    Love the video Jeff lots of great tidbits looking forward to using some of them.

  • Patrice's Projects 2 months ago

    Wow. That tower is great. Nice to see you and your garden.

  • hot pepper 2 months ago

    how long do you use your tower, great gardening.

  • Jojo Crazy Cat 2 months ago

    I have a big yard, but many trees.
    Not enough sun to garden in the whole yard.
    But i grow enough in the part that has sun.
    I only do it for fun , and to eat something i know ain't tainted with poison.
    Because i don't use poison on my plants.
    I grew 3 things this year.
    Cherry tomato's, carrots, hot peppers.
    I have posted the cherry tomato's and carrots in video.
    I have not posted the peppers yet, because they are still small.

  • Gary H 2 months ago

    First

  • shashakeeleh 2 months ago

    Good to see you, Jeff. On what level(s) do you grow the cherry toms in your Green Stalk? Seems like only the top, and maybe one more level lower would be able to handle it. One a different note, I've now made zucchini and yellow squash Fall crops, and they're doing much better than in the Spring. Wish I'd done it sooner, but, experience is a great teacher.