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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote University of Minnesota extension professor Karl Foord explains how anyone can get their own herbs and vegetables by using the container gardening method, so whether you live in a large city, or just don’t want to have to till a garden, you can enjoy the fruits and veggies of your labor. This video is part of the Expert Perspectives series at the University of Minnesota.

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12 Comments

  • alexander james Thomas 5 years ago

    break up? the roots

  • MrMac5150 5 years ago

    One major problem you fail to discuss, is in a container, you have extream temperature
    fluctuation that effects the plant roots, in the ground you have a temperature coefficient that is
    stable with in a? couple of degrees, and that makes a big difference..

  • Tracy Lewis 5 years ago

    We live on 9 acres and have all of our veggies planted? in containers – tomatoes, eggplant, zucchini, squash, cucumber, bell pepper, jalapeno pepper, lettuce, cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, beets, potatoes, okra, beans, peas and herbs. Nothing to till, less weeds to pull and more control over watering.

  • Brian Estremos 5 years ago

    informative video! thanks to? this i had an idea!

  • happinesson 5 years ago

    various ways to set-up vegetables and herbs? garden in a practical..it is easy to have a healthy beautiful garden..we can harvest our own food straight from the backyard..

  • thegreeensky 5 years ago

    that was a nice method.. would result really great,? would have a very healthy tomatoes…

  • ebellsworth 5 years ago

    Very helpful as I begin my vertical garden. ? Thanks.

  • Matt Leigh 5 years ago

    I feel like? I’ve just watched a commercial.

  • Tewrobert 5 years ago

    Nice video, Thank you? for sharing,

    too bad we cannot eliminate the jerks on youtude like you do in your container garden 🙂

  • PSFstudios 5 years ago

    YOU ARE? SO GAY

  • wwwBeeHappyus 5 years ago

    i like the vid..technically all plants grow vertically and horizontally which does not make it a “vertical garden” that would be definined as the orientation of the grow media..but hey beans? are beans.peace.

  • kathmk7 5 years ago

    Wonderful commentary!? I cannot believe I have to logon to YouTube in order to see and hear you! I’m studying at Oxford, and after watching this about to start my first “English” deck garden! Call me!!! Katharine