Grow Vegetables Anywhere with the Garden on Wheels – A Mobile Waist High Raised Bed Garden

John from www.growingyourgreens.com goes on a field trip to the farmers market to share with you a new and innovative waist height raised bed garden with wheels. In this episode you will learn about the garden on wheels that allows people who have problems bending over to grow vegetables and other plants anywhere.
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25 Responses to “Grow Vegetables Anywhere with the Garden on Wheels – A Mobile Waist High Raised Bed Garden”

  1. MissBestSunshine Reply April 24, 2012 at 3:16 am

    yes it was a great tip never thought about the nutrients in the run off water!

  2. MissBestSunshine Reply April 24, 2012 at 3:28 am

    great idea!

  3. MissBestSunshine Reply April 24, 2012 at 4:16 am

    Bless you!

  4. MissBestSunshine Reply April 24, 2012 at 4:40 am

    Great advice! Kudos!

  5. justgivemethetruth Reply April 24, 2012 at 5:00 am

    You should incorporate ideas from the “EarthBox” into this product, it is the perfect fit …

    You could make a pan that is watertight that keeps are reservoir of water in the bottom on the top planter and an insert with a wicking strainer into the top part that would allow you to grow several rows of plants like lettuce or something in the top section.

    Do a search for Earthbox or EarthTainers on YouTube and you will see what I mean.

  6. asphalt emulsion

  7. Concept is nice, but the product seems too basic and lacks a lot of effectiveness. A Earth Garden seems more productive, and just place it on a wheeled platform (wheel barrow, wheeled cart, etc. to move it around.) I also can’t see people using this on a small condominium deck. This big device to move around one or two feet on the deck??? Just my humble opinion.

  8. The cart would be good for a conveniently mobile kitchen herb garden, kept outside, close to the kitchen door during Spring and Summer months. Wheel it in to a sunny window location for winter months. Good going ! Thanks !

  9. you do not need to breathe

  10. Hey Justin, Put a piece of Plexi glass in it…fill the side with dirt and plant something in it to show it. That way ppl can still see the drain and the coating, yet at the same time…See it actually growing food. :)

  11. asphalt emulsion….

  12. Good luck Justin! I think it would show better at the events, if you filled it with producing herbs and veggie plants. Maybe even sell it ready to go that way.

  13. Did he say the black paint was an “Asshole Emulsion”?

  14. lol
    thanks for clarifying :) 

  15. Can I plant my cucumbers deeper when I replant them like I can do with tomatos will they do the same as tomatos and send out roots?

  16. Nice product, Justin!!! Wishing you much success.

  17. I just bought an old used wheelbarrow for the same purpose…$29!

  18. Can I plant my cucumbers deeper when I replant them like I can do with tomatos will they do the same as tomatos and send out roots?

  19. yeah, but that emulsion doesn’t sound good!

  20. anybody else call this guy?

  21. We raise over 4000 lbs of fresh organic produce yearly and give all of it to our local food bank, domestic violence, people temporarily disabled and senior citizens. I would love to build some raised gardens so some of the more disabled could garden and some to pick there own fresh vegetables. What were you thinking and what have you done to help someone this week?Have a blessed day…

  22. Very nice! wish u the best! :)

  23. Cool :O)
    

  24. had a simmilar idea when i had less space its bassically window size boxes,wheels off a kids toy and a fire poker type removable handle that hooks in a hole in the front bottom so boxes can easily be moved, have drawings for anyone interested

  25. What a great idea!