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If you live in a place which has smaller spaces to grow, growing vertically is the best choice. We also show you how to grow in small containers by choosing the right sized ones. Growing rack… Related PostsVertical Gardening Made Easy – Small Space Vegetable GardenAquaponics Rocks ( Growing Medium ) Wash Install Plant – $40 Aquaponics – Barrelponics Made EasySmall Space Vertical Vegetable Gardens Ideas-Unique Vertical GardeningGrow a Vertical Vegetable Garden in a Small Space with Hog Wire FencingHow to start an EASY vegetable garden! (Small Space Square Foot Garden)Small Space Gardening Ideas – Vertical Pallet, Keyhole Garden, Wicking Raised Bed

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  • JuicingGardener (Sheryl Mann) 3 years ago

    Great tips! I am dealing with the same issue… SPACE inside my fenced
    gardens! I like the cooking trays and open shelving concept. You’ve got me
    thinking… :-)?

  • HoschtonBoy 3 years ago

    Those racks are great , not only for space saving but for seniors that
    cannot bend down and pick fruit like the younger folks. I hope you put this
    video on your Facebook page. I am putting it on mine.?

  • Mumbai Balcony Gardener 3 years ago

    That’s a great idea, perfect for small space growing! I will use this next
    season in my monkey window ( I’ll explain that in an upcoming video haha)
    to grow the lettuces. ?

  • Gardening With Puppies 3 years ago

    Very good tips. Radishes looked awesome.?

  • Darkfalz79 3 years ago

    I have set up the the same thing. Using plastic tubs I got for $3 each and
    drilled holes in. I read that it’s probably not a good idea to use
    aluminium. I managed to find the same shelves with holes, only wider –
    could fit 3 tubs per shelf but at the moment I am only using two. It looks
    a bit awkard but I have placed it north facing and it gets sun pretty much
    all day.?

  • Richard Turk 3 years ago

    No excuses not to grow? Awww you are forcing them all! Haha joking I love
    the videos thank you so much!?

  • Demi Falle 3 years ago

    Thank you, you gave me more ideas for my small space in the backyard:-)

  • JulV Wildcat 3 years ago

    How has the rack held up to the elements? I have also been thinking about
    building or buying a rack to grow more plants in a particular part of my
    garden. Great video.?

  • Richard Bushy 3 years ago

    Wow great looking radishes…Question , do those aluminum trays have drain
    holes on the bottom with a container underneath to catch the water ?..?

  • Muhammad Firdaus Samsudin 3 years ago

    That radish look delicious.?

  • Patrick Meehan 3 years ago

    Thats a good racking system . Here in uk they are not enough space in
    between them. Beautiful Radish too.?

  • Colleen Kubricht 3 years ago

    Good video with great tips! You have a green thumb,wish I did but I’m
    trying! I’m enjoying your video’s!?

  • Shinintendo 3 years ago

    I’d advise to get some perennials as well such as lowbush blueberries,
    goji(if you got the space) and other types of berries and some evergreens
    like Gaultheria Procumbens.
    If you grow in a small space like myself you might as well grow some rare
    edible plants such as Gynura Bicolor/Gynura Procumbens and Ashitaba (big
    If you want fast growing plants I would go with lettuce, radish and herbs
    in general.?

  • LadySylvanas1 3 years ago

    Just found your channel and i love it! You give great information and i
    like that you show how the plants grow in a single video. And the rack idea
    is great! Thanks for sharing :)?

  • Darkfalz79 3 years ago

    Radisk – yummy.?

  • Sally Smith 3 years ago

    I was just thinking last night and this morning about how I might be able
    to have a raised bed of some kind and grow something underneath. You have
    just shown me how I can do this. Thank you so much for sharing.?

  • California Gardening 3 years ago

    Growing vertically and in small spaces?

  • wonderlucha 3 years ago

    You need to be on tv!!! You’re an amazing gardener!?

  • Jony Buss 3 years ago
  • wonderlucha 3 years ago

    I cannot wait until I harvest some of my own. Those little radishes look
    great and crunchy. Yum!?

  • 1betrman 3 years ago

    Another impressive post!
    Well done!?

  • Horta em Baldes 3 years ago

    yeah! a very simple and cheap way to make a planter station, isnt it ?; So
    we also ,could cover it using some plastic, in the winter… thanks to
    post it !!?