Added by on 2013-04-02

[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Container gardening is a great way to grow plants, vegetables and herbs without needing a lot of space. Herbs do especially well and can be grown right outside your kitchen door. In this video, you’ll learn how to use an old farmer’s market basket to make a great container garden. Fill it with your favorite herbs and your cooking will be full of flavor all summer long. Video Rating: 4 / 5 Here is a short piece of footage instructing the home gardener on how to remove cabbage moths and the like from the much loved spearmint or peppermint plants. Video Rating: 5 / 5

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39 Comments

  • Neth Chancellor 4 years ago

    Love? the basket idea.

  • Regginyaga 4 years ago

    put your two lungs? to work

  • BathroomsNottingham 4 years ago

    some great tips on here, thanks for sharing the video!?

  • bargata 4 years ago

    good idea with the diapers…I? hve never seen that before!

  • 68NYC 4 years ago

    Exactly…
    ;0)?

  • pickin6strangs 4 years ago

    Great cleavage?

  • StephenOwensTV 4 years ago

    True, great video. Fresh? herbs are a must for any great cooking,

  • JiggyPepper8D 4 years ago

    … That’s? how it’s pronounced.

  • Bradly Trantham 4 years ago

    everyone should check out my tomato plants on my channel. It’s my first time growing? tomatoes and I could use some tips. Thanks!

  • bmaneman1 4 years ago

    I am trying makeing compost and worms rather than buying soil, the good potting soil is expencive. Plus its fun learning new ways to grow. I am also learninf to clone trees,figs, peaches ect. grapes. try to get a grape seed to sprout in? calif.

  • RecipeCook 4 years ago

    I think you’re right. I probably could have added a bit more. It’s not easy to container garden on camera? 🙂

  • Joan Ols 4 years ago

    Didn’t look like you put enough soil in the baset only? a few inches.

  • insomniacgrace 4 years ago

    Thanks for having this video? posted. So informative and comprehensive.

  • VapourKing 4 years ago

    What’s an ‘Urb’??

  • 1000Classics 4 years ago

    There is an even easier way? to grow your own fresh veggies and herbs. Its called The Bucket Garden. I have one in my back yard and love it! Ted Hallett, The Garden Master is taking the best of hydroponics gardening, organic gardening and has wrapped it up in a high bred container garden.

  • peanutsplace1206 4 years ago

    That is so cool. I live in an apartment and have only a backporch balconly and front porch landing. This is perfect for that. Thank you? so much.

  • Missmadammozart 4 years ago

    …this doesn’t look like a good idea, diapers i assume aren’t exactly food safe, the white stuff just sounds dangerous, and the “soil”? is basicly falling out of the basket…i mean this looks very nice, but it just seems like a diy superfund project

  • WitantoCom 4 years ago

    love this vids,? thx

  • Animeamber14 4 years ago

    “In a week or so, this little container? garden will have grown at least 6 inches” – Oh my gosh, really?! Not so in England!

  • Roadrash03 4 years ago

    I? stopped watching as soon as she said Miracle Grow.

  • RecipeCook 4 years ago

    Glad you? like it. Just poke plenty of holes for good drainage and you’ll have great tomatoes.

  • FoulOwl 4 years ago

    I love your channel.This is my first year container/raised bed gardening.I just dont have the time to weed a big garden anymore.So far,so good.One tomato plant with blossom rot? because of lack of drainage.I drilled some more holes,so hope it’ll clear up.

  • RecipeCook 4 years ago

    We’ve had so much rain here in Ohio but I still managed to get a lot of my herbs that wintered over in the garage into the? ground. Mother’s Day is the official day here.

  • mawhi579 4 years ago

    It is almost getting warm enough here in Colorado to start gardening. We usually plant? after Mother’s Day to avoid a late frost. I like to use a raised garden as it is easier to get to and maintain.

  • mawhi579 4 years ago

    It is getting warm enough here in Colorado to start getting gardens going. ? Usually, not till after Mothers Day to avoid frost damagae.

  • ronmelb 4 years ago

    Simple? and do-able! Thanks … I presume it is going to work!

  • HectorAwol 4 years ago

    Yeah go for it! Do you really live in Hollywood? I went to California in 1995 but it was more? San Fransisco way! Thanks for viewing!

  • DucaDiSantaCroce 4 years ago

    I’m going to try? that today as yearly my mint suffers from an onslaught of pests – here in Hollywood, California

  • HectorAwol 4 years ago

    Dig small hole in pebbles and then fill with a little pottng mix then plant mint plant. This retains moisture and nutrients around roots as well? as pebbles aiding with drainage. Thank you.

  • MediaWAD 4 years ago

    @HectorAwol Nice video, im trying to grow some mint around the perimeter of my hot tub to help naturally keep rodents away.? How did you plant the mint in your video in the stone? would like to do the same.

  • HectorAwol 4 years ago

    I love hints around the home that can? help! When I learn, I like to share with others! Thanks for viewing.

  • HectorAwol 4 years ago

    Why thank? you. Hopefully this hint works for you! Hec.

  • pepsikolanut 4 years ago

    brilliant!?

  • labradornl 4 years ago

    Thanks for the hint…I’m going to try the pepper on my columbines next? year…soap and water just didn’t work.

  • HectorAwol 4 years ago

    Good call! Nice? word play there!

  • utnacmit 4 years ago

    You should relable this “how to make peppermint” jk lol jk?

  • eepereep 4 years ago

    right on, oz?

  • drummer5678901234 4 years ago

    cool?

  • austinViolaboy 4 years ago

    good tip mate,definitely? will come in handy, Thanks