Basic Gardening Tips : How to Start Growing a Garden

Learn how to start growing a garden from a gardening expert in this free gardening video. Expert: Tia Pinney Bio: Tia Pinney is a Teacher Naturalist and Adult Program Coordinator at Mass Audubons Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary in Lincoln, Massachusetts. Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso
Video Rating: 4 / 5

25 Responses to “Basic Gardening Tips : How to Start Growing a Garden”

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  4. Great video! Thanks for sharing!

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  6. get rid of the text…wtf.

  7. look att the dead garden behind her ha

  8. @wildflowerwoman1 Are you sure? Most the plants i know and use enjoy a slighty acidic soil…

  9. …ANd here we are using a spade shovel!

  10. You dont really have to start that small. I

  11. What if you only have crab grass

  12. ill do whatever i want

  13. Ummm…I’m pretty sure I could turn 100 square feet with a SHOVEL in less than 30 minutes and have it tilled in that much time, too!

  14. Ahh finally a clip that actually shows me step by step how to garden! I’ve never gardened before but now I live in a place with a huge back yard AND all the tools I need! Now I’m off to get some seeds!

    Thank YOU!

  15. yovilleaddiction101 Reply October 10, 2011 at 10:51 am

    oh boy oh boy I’m using the wrong tool boy is my back going to love me as I use the correct tool to finish turning up the garden

  16. I love the taste of garden tomatoes and watermelons. Not to mention I love garden fresh corn. Vegetables are expensive the best way to have a fresh veggie supply would be to garden. Fruit trees are a must because I love fresh fruit. Canned fruits are subpar compared to fresh ones. I decided the first thing I’ll grow will be strawberries.

  17. I have a huge used to be garden in my back yard, I think I can handle turning some dirt, specially since I plan to sell my crops at the local farmers market, my point being, nothing is too hard as long as you put your mind to it.

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  19. @TKDdreadful its ok

  20. i am sorry…to that guy, consider renting an alotment, or somekind of vvegetable growing area.

  21. @TKDdreadful thats mean

  22. if your joking than that wasnt a very funny joke at all, and if your serious then most towns/cities have community gardens which you have to pay for but usually not very much

  23. POt pot Pot!!!!pots to grow in not to grow pot…..some cities also have spaces for community gardening hope it helps