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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Raised beds are built. Compost is mixed into the soil. Seeds and seedlings are planted. Never any chemicals or artificial additives. Comment or email me if you have a garden! Video Rating: 4 / 5

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  • Praxxus55712 4 years ago

    Absolutely! Not for smoking because I don’t smoke but as an ornamental definitely! They are one of the most beautiful? plants I have ever grown.

  • dankdude92 4 years ago

    haha right on? man. would you grow pot again if they made it legal?

  • mogul1980 4 years ago

    the grape vine? likes poor soils.cut the superficial roots and force the plant to grow profund roots

  • malte2904 4 years ago

    very nice man, plants are a gift from this planet, no plant should be forbidden….im so happy about this season (of coure vegetables, berrys and fruits included ;)…best? luck to u, i will follow :)…

  • PraxxContestant 4 years ago

    “Mr. Tomato” was growing 3? tomatoes. A Roma, a cherry and “regular.” Yawn. Ha, ha.

  • johnburton799 4 years ago

    thought? so.

  • Praxxus55712 4 years ago

    gynura and cannabis were the two plants I grew a lot of when I was a? teen. I haven’t grown either in many decades.

  • johnburton799 4 years ago

    What? plants did you grow as a teen?????

  • Praxxus55712 4 years ago

    I grow lettuce, spinach. radishes and cilantro in the shady areas of my garden. The lower amounts of sunlight as well as? cooler temps keep them from bolting as soon.

  • louis1999ful 4 years ago

    Nice beds i? only have one bed for my plants

  • MsNJohnson 4 years ago

    Great video…?

  • BreakfastBentoBox 4 years ago

    Ha ha, @? 7:05 you finally admit you pinched plants in your college apartment… uh huh, now the truth comes out… muwahaa haaa…

  • Praxxus55712 4 years ago

    Yep we got dumped on with snow yesterday. Today? was sunny and nice, so it was a pretty good day wven with all kinds of new snow. I seem to lose my smallest dog more lately. He dives into the snow to chase things and sinks past his head. lol

  • 2Bibleppl 4 years ago

    So you’ve been an organic grower for many years, lol, lots of experience with? natural herbs uh, lol. I have a few things that I’ll send you in your package, not herb seeds, lol. I think you got hit with a ton of snow yesterday, so I’ll wait until later to send it. They will need to be opened quickly, I’ll let you know the day I send them. I love seeing all of your neat tricks and comparing them to mine. Thanks.

  • Praxxus55712 4 years ago

    Most definitely they come back every year stronger than the last year. I don’t do anything to them. I let the leaves die and stay on the plant to help prootect them from the -30 temps we might get before the deep snow covers them. In the spring I crumble the dead leaves into the bed and they start? up like nothing happened. 🙂

  • gameplay1999 4 years ago

    if you leave your strawberries in the garden for the winter do? they come back the next year?

  • Praxxus55712 4 years ago

    99tran, It would definitely save money to grow your own herbs and some veggies. As for the green house, it depends on your seasons and climate. One person I suggest asking is a friend with a channel on youtube called “Theproducegarden”. He gardens extensively in Austrailia and is more in touch with your seasons than me. I know he can help you? with that decision better than me. He’s a really nice guy and very helpful. 🙂

  • TABULOUS1 4 years ago

    Don’t mind my random year-late comments. I’m catching up on ur video’s I’ve missed since discovering u, while I have some rare downtime ….I hope? to find out how the seedless grapevine worked out 4u as I roam through, since I imagine they’d need something to climb.

    lol @ how u learned to pinch 😉

  • Wizechris1 4 years ago

    I’m going to use hogwire (welded wire fencing) 2×3 sections to support. I will plant the peas mid may when? i plant my tomatoes and green peppers outside. The hog wire i’ll buy soon. Here in NYC we had 2 straight days of 85+ degrees weather, 2 days to go. Then Wednesday it gonna be 65. Wowzerz! Anyway yeah. i’ll go to lowes like next weekend. Since global warming (pouts) i can start my crops earlier than the average time because warmer temperatures.

  • Praxxus55712 4 years ago

    For my sugar peas, I’m using a old iron trellis with a 2×3 section of hardware cloth wired to it. This year I’m focusing on using as many odds and ends to increase the garden without having to buy much. I’ve noticed that I am more creative if I limit my buying. 🙂

    But just about? anything will work for pea support. Mine get around 6 feet tall though so I have to worry about wind knocking it over. What are you using?

  • Wizechris1 4 years ago

    im setting up my garden, and I want to know what kind of wire fencing did you use for? the pea support. 🙂

  • Praxxus55712 4 years ago

    There’s no set required height to a raised bed. It can be as high as someone needs it to be in order to get the results they need. I don’t need 16 inches of height. 10 inches was? more than enough. Production is based on nutrients, not height of the bed.

  • ehswan 4 years ago

    A raised bed is? at least 16 inches tall. Then you get serious production!

  • crazyKUSHman101 4 years ago

    i knew it ;? p
    peace

  • Jgdola 4 years ago

    ?????? ???????? ??????? ????? ????? hydrogrow??? ?? ??? ??.