Food that Saves You Money: Shortlist of Vegetables for Your Urban Garden

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11 Comments

  • Alison

    Reply Reply July 24, 2013

    Hello, thank you for making this video I thought it was very informative I think it would be nice to see you do a garden walk or a garden visit so maybe you could walk through your garden and talk about the plant growing there talk about what kinds of things those plants need to survive nutrient wise um past stepfather those type of plants and how you go about remedying those um issues or even for you to do a garden walkthrough somebody else’s garden and point out things are going well and things that could be done um better to reply your year olds um from that garden having um visual for what to look for in a plant is always helpful n even um identifying plants many people do not know what different vegetable crops look like when they are growing so that would also be interesting I think and helpful for those who are very new to gardening again thank you for making this video is it just a few thoughts oh I just remembered um plant deficiencies maybe she can do a video on why leaves turn purple or yellow I might be fading at the bottom of the plants um just you know a talk on how to identify nutrient deficiencies and the corrective measures that a persons home gardener I could do to fix those problems thanks again and have a good day God bless bye bye

  • Alison

    Reply Reply July 24, 2013

    Sorry about the crazy-wrong words in my previous post and my lack of punctuation. I dictated via my “smartphone” and had some trouble editing so I sent my post so that it wouldn’t be lost.
    I’m basically trying to say if you can do walk throughs of your garden or someone elses and talk about what you see there that would be helpful for visual learners.
    Take good care.

    • Paul

      Reply Reply July 24, 2013

      No problem Alison! Thanks for sharing your thoughts and I’ll definitely keep that in mind for the future. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Louise Voris

    Reply Reply July 25, 2013

    In our garden we grow tomatoes, strawberries, kale, yellow squash, zucchini, okra, potatoes, green peppers,cabbage, green onion, goose berries, blueberries, asparagus, cone flowers, and last but not least weeds.

    • Paul

      Reply Reply July 26, 2013

      Love the variety Louise! ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Teresa

    Reply Reply October 10, 2013

    Paul, a great food that ANYONE can grow is sprouts They are very nutritious and can be grown any time of year.

    • Paul

      Reply Reply October 11, 2013

      Great comment Teresa! Sprouts are definitely a great thing to grow and I didn’t even think about it… thanks for adding them in!

  • Kristin G.

    Reply Reply October 30, 2013

    Cucumbers grow well in urban settings, I train them to grow up the fence in my yard and plant greens below them in the beds.

    • Paul

      Reply Reply October 30, 2013

      That’s great Kristin! Thanks so much for sharing. Sounds like you’re using your space really well. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Norma

    Reply Reply June 9, 2015

    Great job of teaching, Paul. I have been gardening for 60 over 60years and I appreciate your knowledge and encouragement. Keep it coming!

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