36 Tomatoes planted in a Square Foot Raised Bed Garden, Herb bed and more

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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.

25 Responses to “36 Tomatoes planted in a Square Foot Raised Bed Garden, Herb bed and more”

  1. turtleguy923 says:

    You like eating babies?

  2. snappyjdog says:

    i’ve heard that they make a wire grid product that’s used to give support to poured concrete and you can buy it in rolls but the great thing about it is that the grid has 6×6 inch holes instead of the 2×4 -ish grid that most utility fencing is.

  3. growingyourgreens says:

    I purchase some.. and start some.. I have a video at tomato mania where I purchased them.. also at senk farm. I also have a video that talks about the pros and cons of starting seeds or buying starts.

  4. bobinmissouri says:

    do you buy or start your plants ? love your videos i am learning a lot ty and please don’t stop making them

  5. weldermatt07 says:

    @growingyourgreens There really isn’t much technology to it, after all it is happening naturally all around us. But you can do some research and build the out of drums, buckets, and other containers. I have seen some really nice setups.

  6. ivanb000 says:

    Hi John,
    First of all cool videos, I learn a lot from them, thanks for this, a lot. Currently I’m having a problem growing from cuttings, as Rooting Hormone what you use?

  7. lilchopin1 says:

    i wish i could plant chicken

  8. gtgale1 says:

    John you are amazing. Thanks for all the info. It’s really helpful.

  9. ImAHungryBoy says:

    how big do your large tomatoes like roma get up there? mine this year is 7feet tall 5 feet wide, planted it march 5. in texas

  10. telemarker77 says:

    it is still expensive to use the hogwire for tomatosw. i have a lot of tree trimmings and just make 10 long poles using my hatchet. buy and estwing hatchet-made in usa last for life. pound them in deep, and use organic twine to tie them up. try it you will never go back to ‘cages’. cost, $1 for the organic twine at dollar store. nice garden, lose the ‘metal’.

  11. ryancaguy says:

    dam. thats alot of cilantro

  12. nikki4612 says:

    Very nice. I’d never seen tree kale before. I’m a juicer and use kale in my morning juice. Tree kale would be great for that. Thanks for the idea. Nikki in Louisiana

  13. halleysmommy says:

    Jack had a beanstalk. John has tree kale.

  14. phantomcreamer says:

    those are the biggest collards I’ve ever seen.

  15. jhi1947 says:


  16. marchbabymimi says:

    Awesome John! Thanks for the tips on growing peppers. I’m hopeful that I will be able to do that this year. So far, the seedlings are OK 🙂

  17. growingyourgreens says:

    im sure they would.

  18. skybirdbird says:

    will tree kale grow in zone 7a?

  19. growingyourgreens says:

    No, Soft Rock Phosphate is not the same. Im no expert on potting soil, but it sounds ok to me.

  20. growingyourgreens says:

    I have considered it. Send me a setup, and I will do it! Systems are expensive, and im waiting until the technology is more devloped. I have not been impressed at the systems I have seen so far.

  21. growingyourgreens says:

    different. I do have a video showing both tree collards and walking stick cabbage next to each other.

  22. steviebboy69 says:

    actually the tree kale is that similar to walking stick cabbage?, i have some thing like that in my garden. but it has a french sounding name. it grows similar. its funny the different names of things like swiss chard to you we call silverbeet.
    yep funny sounding name and it aint silver.

  23. 1111atreides says:

    Have you considered aquaponics John? Is that in your world?

  24. Necrowitch says:

    sounds awesome! =^-^=

  25. MsPatreesh says:

    Hi John,

    I love your videos! I’m learning so much from them, thank you.

    I have 2 questions . . .

    Is soft rock phosphate the same as rock dust?

    Also I made some potting soil for my container garden with pumice, coconut hulls, compost, and mixed in some soft rock phosphate. Should I add anything else?

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