Secrets to a successfull urban garden with little work.


How to make gardening easy. Simple gardening tips. We summarize simple tips that we found to work well in our garden that doesn’t take a lot of cash to imple…

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September 15, 2012

kennosen1 @ 1:27 pm #

Thanks for this

GreenDesertTV @ 1:44 pm #

np, i hope it helps

November 12, 2012

fishlaw1 @ 4:38 pm #

Great video with nice simple gardening tips keep-up the good work. Skip

January 16, 2013

Wildcraft Healing Botanicals @ 10:43 am #

You told me once before but I can not find the info, where do u get you
olla pots, and I use rain water also I have plastic bins on the side of my

GreenDesertTV @ 11:08 am #

Hi Vansom. Type “east central ministries” in Google. That is were I grabbed
mine from.

April 22, 2013

Tiffany Johnson @ 6:38 pm #

the $20 is for the gas money to get there

August 13, 2013

Arthur Hau @ 2:24 pm #

Don’t kill the grass! Let it grow, then cut it down and put it back to the
soil to add organic matter! Grass is our worker; it fixes carbon for us for
free, same for any so-called weeds! Plus weeds cover the ground and reduce
soil erosion. Just cut it back when it becomes too invasive.

August 25, 2013

Ka Thy @ 9:10 am #


September 12, 2013

2late4me2care @ 8:00 pm #

I rarely find a video worth commenting on. This video is quick and straight
to the point packed full of beneficial information. Well done. Thank you
very much for uploading.

September 15, 2013

pookiroo @ 2:20 pm #

can you use your own human poop for fertilizer? instead of chicken poop.

September 17, 2013

Marty Crystal @ 12:26 am #

Is she serious???

September 20, 2013

Sunilnand Vijayarathna @ 10:34 am #

U R ammmmaaaazing ..

September 21, 2013

jett888 @ 3:53 pm #

Do you have any suggestion on how to rid our gardens of gophers? I
literally watch my plants get pulled under ground by gophers

September 22, 2013

Jack Goodell @ 8:50 am #

rock-dust urine and biochar

September 25, 2013

Ryan Granberg @ 8:13 pm #

Look into “Composting Toilets”.

September 26, 2013

rfrady @ 12:05 am #

No, Human feces contains bacteria harmful to humans when ingested. As
omnivores, we contaminate the soil when we use our raw feces for

pookiroo @ 11:25 am #

thanks for your comment. but what if you are fruitarian?

October 2, 2013

Uriel1816 @ 1:38 pm #

All wonderful ideas. I like the mason bee home, great addition.

October 5, 2013

GreenDesertTV @ 3:50 pm #

Thank You Uriel!!

October 14, 2013

lee4642009 @ 3:33 pm #

You forgot to mention the No. 1 thing!!!! Mulch especially wood chip mulch.
This will do more than anything else to give you great soil, attract
beneficial insects, conserve moisture. A thick enough layer will act as
water reserve and you may not even need to water depending on your area.
Also, olla’s are great, the plants do much better with them. Way better
than drip or overhead irrigation. You can make them easily using two clay
pots glued together for cheap.

Michael Plesch @ 4:19 pm #

I like your style

October 21, 2013

Jolene Brimage Prosper @ 11:58 am #

Thoroughly impressed! I also use cold pressed kelp. I did not want just any
fertilizer. I was blessed this summer to have 300 beautiful tomatoes out of
10 city pots on my porch. I use food smoothies in my very rich soil that I
brew all spring and summer long for the next year’s plants. I gently shake
my plants every morning. I canned my tomatoes. They last 6-8 weeks before
breaking down. I use heirloom seeds for all of my plants. Cucumbers,
rosemary, basil parsley, potatoes ect.

October 22, 2013

BrokenCapo @ 10:45 pm #

alot of good general info in brief

October 24, 2013

Steve Sanders @ 6:18 pm #

What are your thoughts about the Mittleider gardening method getting a lot
of press online recently?

November 5, 2013

ELYOR01 . @ 12:42 am #

the worst thing ever. ehh ladies-ladies

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