Organic gardening: How to grow an organic vegetable garden

www.howdini.com Organic gardening: How to grow an organic vegetable garden What does it mean to grow vegetables organically? Scott Meyer, editor of Organic Gardening magazine shows how to plant and nurture an organic vegetable garden. Keywords: organic gardening organic garden organic vegetable gardening organic gardening tips
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Patti Moreno, the Garden Girl, shows you techniques to get more out of limited landspace, by growing up. Read the companion article on Vertical Gardening with Cucumbers: www.gardengirltv.com Check out her website at www.gardengirltv.com This video is available through closed caption(cc) enjoy in any language. FULL TEXT Vertical Gardening Part 1 As urban gardeners, we have a limited amount of space to grow our vegetables and flowers. What I have done is I have employed verticle gardening. Right here as you can see, I have a variety of different cucumber plants. Now, a cucumber is vining crop, which means that with vertical support like this one, you can train it to grow up and the fruit, Take a look right here, can grow perfectly fine on the vine. Different types of crops that work well in a vertical garden are watermelon and pumpkin. Let us go take a look. Here, as you can see, my pumpkin plants are thriving. Pumpkin plants are also vining crops. Now, in the country, where you have a lot of space, you can just let this grow along the ground, but here in a city environment, we do not have all that space. So, what I have done here is, I put together a dog kennel. This is actually really nifty. It is exactly 4 x 4 so it fits perfectly in your raise beds. And, these vines just slough on themselves eventually. You do not have to continuously train them. Okay, so you can go vining crops on vertical supports, but there are other types of plants that also need support like my


14 Comments/Reviews

  • AyurvedicGardens says:

    Wonderful !!!!!!!!!!!!

  • HowdiniGuru says:

    Yup, nothing beat fresh! No, we do not have other videos yet, but thanks for the suggestion. :)

  • HowdiniGuru says:

    Yes! Yours will taste better! Isn’t it very satisfying when you enjoy them?

  • HowdiniGuru says:

    Yes, I’ll bet you are correct! Do you know what variety of tomatoes she is growing?

  • BathroomsNottingham says:

    i love organic food, there is something special about it coming from your own garden! any videos like this one you havnt uploaded?

  • workingstudent22 says:

    Yay!! My garden is thriving now. THANK YOU again.

  • WeloveVK says:

    Genetic engineering is a intentional modification of characteristics of a plant [organisms] by altering it’s genetic material. [They are called GMOs, which stands for genetically modified organisms].

  • Gema268 says:

    oh my goodness right now im growing basil and zinnias and you know what my basil tastes and smells fresher than the store-bought ones!! and im always knowing that im the one taking care of it because i know im not putting any kind of chemical or fertilizer on it……..

  • BathroomsNottingham says:

    love making my own organic fruit and veg, yours looks amazing thanks for the tips

  • juki0h says:

    i swear the tomatoes my mom grows taste SOO much better than store bought, juicier, and even bigger.

  • WeloveVK says:

    Organic farming is growing plants without spraying pesticides.

  • juki0h says:

    im new to this organic farming thing, can someone explain to me what exactly it is( i know, hahaha, im stupid) because im really interested in it. and where do you buy organic plants and such?

  • Heather Moon says:

    Nothing is better than eating from your own garden! Cherry tomatoes are my favorite!

  • marksteen degs says:

    I love all your videos! You are so informative and helpful. Thank you for all your hard work keep it up girl. Dig your style !

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