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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote My first real attempt at container gardening on my balcony. Video Rating: 4 / 5

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25 Comments

  • louiedoggz 5 years ago

    your yellow leaves could be from lack of nitrogen. I get? that alot if i forget to feed them. Also with tomatoes its good to be ontop of pH as they like a more acidic environment.

  • Lavender Novella 5 years ago

    i love your cute garden!!!!?

  • superslyfoxx1 5 years ago

    Any update on? your garden?

  • hmagana 5 years ago

    Thanks for the video you sound like a laid back girl like me, thanks for? the inspiration I’m gonna try it in my balcony 🙂

  • blackphd2b 5 years ago

    Thanks for your comment. This video is over 4 years old. This was the 1st repotting of that summer, but I eventually did upgrade the plants to bigger pots. My tomatoes were wonderful, by the way. I’m not big on commercial liquid fertilizers, but to each his/her own. Check out? my new garden on my other channel (Aunaptural1)

  • MetaKittie 5 years ago

    Your containers are too small.You know those big 5 gallon paint buckets you can get at Home Depot? Tomato plants need one poke a hole in the side. Use a potting soil with a high amount of peat moss, it will retain more water. To add – tomatoes need regular fertilizing with liquid fertilizer weekly. DO NOT let? your tomato plant dry out or you can kill it within a day. Lots of water. Lots of sun. That’s all you need besides everything needs bigger containers.

  • alexander james Thomas 5 years ago

    the cilantro looks like cosmos?

  • justgivemethetruth 5 years ago

    yeah … how do you know what? size girl she is ?

  • cutthroooat 5 years ago

    Did you get the music from? a porno?

  • acoow 5 years ago

    Yellow leaves means that you? are overwatering.

  • Chip Glass 5 years ago

    dont? stop laughing and gardening !!
    cheers from nb canada

  • BackyardDiscoveryCo 5 years ago

    Great? Ideas! Thanks for sharing.

  • wanderingturtle 5 years ago

    nice butt?

  • Harry Castro 5 years ago

    Nice video! Have a great harvest! I have a balcony about your? size and this is my third year growing.

  • LadyWeasel 5 years ago

    Herbs thrive when they are regularly trimmed. But don’t be too drastic. Cut the herb above a node (where leaves are coming out of the stem) and be sure to leave a few sets of leaves below your cut. The thing about the flowers I found to be true. My basil is going NUTS! I’ll record my container garden as it is these days along with pictures of what? it looked like when I first planted it. I haven’t had much luck growing things like peppers from seed. Any pointers, please message me.

  • Fuse Underdogg 5 years ago

    Your basil looks? amazing!!!! Nice work.:)))

  • holgerhoja 5 years ago

    very nice? ^

  • ali j 5 years ago

    super..good work..comment for my video?

  • bowler8 5 years ago

    No, water early morning…if you water at night, you will get fungus or? disease.

  • shanams1 5 years ago

    look up? earth buckets on youtube they work really well i just made 2 and have them filled with carrots, basil and am saving the other for my cherry tomatoes. i got my buckets for 2.48 at walmart but if you look around you may be able to get them for free.good luck . and you will always get better with practice!!!

  • reformedman 5 years ago

    Great vid. I have plants on my balcony too but squirrels are always intruding on the soil in the planters, what? a nuisance. Do you get that problem also?

  • theGHETTOMAN1 5 years ago

    Wicked! *thumbs up* You have a lot of cool stuff goin there! ; D I? wish I could use my balcony as well, but there’s too many idiots around here. lol I gotta replant my peppers and I’m gonna try some hot ones this spring : ) Cool vid! Can’t wait to see how it goes for ya.

  • Jerry93M 5 years ago

    thats so cool? good job growing that =)

  • LoniYoni 5 years ago

    Your container garden is really nice. I have a container garden as well. and yes
    YELLOW leaves means it’s being watered too much, just pick them off.
    I just wanted to mention? i have a basil plant and I’m always pruning the leaves and pitching off the flowers and I also keep it in half shade half sun.
    My cilantro is NO WHERE near the size of yours it seems like it’s not growing but it’s not dying… ANY TIPS ON THAT?

  • Vickytoria3112 5 years ago

    I haven’t read through all of your comments so I don’t know if someone mentioned it before but, fertilizer might help you out. In the Gardening Stores I have seen the miracle grow for vegetables. Buy a small bag and mix a little? with your soil and see what happens. Just don’t over do it. Good Luck. Love your garden.