Accessible Wheelchair Elevated Raised Bed Container Garden from Start to Finish

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ installs a waist height accessible wheelchair raised bed container garden for Kenza who was struck by a car while…
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25 Responses to “Accessible Wheelchair Elevated Raised Bed Container Garden from Start to Finish”

  1. Your a good soul and a real man, what all men should aspire to b like as a spirit. Not the stereotype shown in media and music. It’s a sad world we live in controlled by few evil men. If everyone were more like you, this world could be closer to heaven.

  2. Michael O'Reilly-Rice Reply August 10, 2013 at 7:20 am

    Kenza was very Charming

  3. Alexia Villalobos Reply August 10, 2013 at 7:22 am

    great video!! take care of your self invest in a hat i notice every video the sun just beats on your four head.

  4. damn shes hot. john, by any chance did u get to bang her? lol.

  5. This guy is the shiznit, man. Love him.

  6. Richard Ueberfluss Reply August 10, 2013 at 9:35 am

    You can train your brain to make your memory more effective. An effective way of training your brain is by learning a new task or skill. One such method involves teaching yourself a game that requires you to recall a series of rules.

  7. You are such and angel, John, thanks so much for being you :) 

  8. John… You are fucking AWESOME!

  9. I’m growing things in pots on my windowsill

  10. Jon who’s your camera man

  11. Great video john. keep up the good work

  12. -Deborah Blair, MS, Ph.D-Healing Into Authenticity Reply August 10, 2013 at 1:31 pm

    John – you are so inspirational! This is something that friends, service groups, churches, and concerned citizens can do for people with physical challenges and older folks. You have provided a blue print that will help people know the steps to build or make such a life enhancing contribution to a person or persons’ lives – you describe the decisions to be made beautifully! Your friend is wonderful and this will give her quality of life – -I hope that many are inspired to do this for many!

  13. This is a truly AWESOME video! I am so happy for your friend, where she now has a GREAT garden from which to nurture and reap all the healthy benefits. Kudos to you John!

  14. I have a garden that is 14.5×3 ft. When I water it, I sing the ABC’s to every 1/3 and move on to the next 1/3. I figure that way, they get enough water and a nice little song to help them grow! Believe it or not, talking (or singing) to your greens helps!

  15. aww I thought you were gonna start crying John. Warms my soul & brightens my day :)

  16. I was choking up at the end too love you John!

  17. thank you john.

  18. John, you know what, seeing the smile on your friend’s face just brightens me up, you and the other parties together made her desire to grow come through and she had a smile that could lighten up the room. You’re great!! keep up the Good work, I enjoy watching you. Thanks.

  19. Hi John, HELP! I’ve been growing in raised beds for 30 years but now I’m in Bodega Bay and having a difficult time growing in the coastal weather. I have a small space on my balcony with 3 boxes and various containers. Even growing greens take much longer because of wind/cool weather. How can I best to cover/insulate beds (about 18″ x 4′) and containers to keep in warmth and protect from wind? THANK YOU for pointing out that E. coli outbreaks are from the COW MANURE!

  20. AgricultureFootage Reply August 10, 2013 at 5:05 pm

    Thanks for supporting the community with a variety of themes

  21. John you are the man! You made of the good stuff, just like your garden… Dont you ever change bud

  22. You are my hero John!!!! Keep doing what you do! What an inspiring friend you have and to know she is inspired by you must be very rewarding. You do a lot of hard work to make these videos, I promote you every chance I get!! Keep on growing!!

  23. Yes, Colorado is far from me but thank-you for offering. That was nice of you :o ).

  24. One more question: How do you keep the plants from being eaten up by bugs?

  25. growingyourgreens Reply August 10, 2013 at 7:35 pm

    I would top dress in the trace minerals. Get the Sea-90 or Ocean Solution product and add to water and water it in. You can also top dress in the rock dust minerals.