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Here’s everything you ever wanted to know about planting, staking, and watering tomato plants. With Greg Speichert, Director, Hilltop Gardens. Running time: 5:16. Video Rating: 0 / 5
Question by Manuel Mateo: How to grow tomatoes and herbs (mint etc) indoor in the easiest ways possible? I want to have an indoor veggie garden. Please help me. Best answer: Answer by Laura ZIn large sized pottery pots. Make … Continue reading
Check out these herb garden images: Alicante Tomatoes Image by Urban Combing (Ultrastar175g) Looking stronger each day. Landscaping complete Image by becky_mckimmy None
I am about to start an herb garden, as well as grow Roma tomatoes, garlic, and a lemon tree. Any hints/tips?
by craftapalooza Question by vbgore: I am about to start an herb garden, as well as grow Roma tomatoes, garlic, and a lemon tree. Any hints/tips? Also where can I find reliable seeds? I live in the New Orleans area … Continue reading
John of www.growingyourgreens.com shows you all the latest happenings on his front yard farm. Including planting 36 tomato plants with edible flowers. Planting more tree collards, the newly established herb bed and more.
Vegetable Garden – Supporting your Tomatoes using post and wire cages. Visit The Bayou Gardener in South Louisiana at www.thebayougardener.com Video Rating: 4 / 5 Follow the process of starting a vegetable garden and orchard through an entire growing season. … Continue reading
Patti and special guest William Moss demonstrate how to plant a raised tomato bed. Learn about the trenching method, and companion plants, too. Get the most out of your tomato garden! Video Rating: 5 / 5
Another weekly update on our upside down and container garden. Broccoli struggling a little bit and one of my upside down tomatoes in a container is not as healthy as it’s “sister” growing right side up. Cucumbers are doing gang … Continue reading
Picked a bunch of veggies from the container garden! Also, a view of our tomatillo plant.
Update 1 for 2010. I actually didn’t plan to grow anything this year because my schedule is pretty hectic, but when we drove by the local nursery, we decided to stop in.As soon as I saw the veggies on the … Continue reading