Growing Vegetables Anywhere – Patio, Balcony, Greenhouse This video just shows you don’t need a specially prepared growing area in your garden to grow veggies. As long as you have a relatively level flat surface and a sunny spot you’ll do just fine, whether you’re growing on you patio, decking, balcony or lawn.
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16 Responses to “Growing Vegetables Anywhere – Patio, Balcony, Greenhouse”

  1. Nice job on the video! DIFFERENT!

    The GREEN GARDENER has subscribed to your channel!

  2. I would like to know how much this weighs when wet?  Any ideas, as placing heavy weights on balconies can be an issue.

  3. Wow fantastic tips thx so much

  4. hey, great video. i just started raising veggies in raised beds and pots in my backyard. results are amazing. i am going to grow a lot more next year. please take a look at my channel and please subscribe. thanks!

  5. they looks like cement? If so they’ll never rot. Nice idea..

  6. Hi there, unfortunately we don’t currently have stockists in the USA, so you must be seeing something different. They are available in the UK at Thanks

  7. margarida nowheretobefound Reply February 1, 2013 at 1:31 pm

    you can get those blocks in” Home Depot” or “Lowes” or “At Woods” in the USA

  8. Where in the us can I get this blocks?

  9. Yes…
    I’m doing the container patio thing and love it.
    Best way to keep a close eye on things too.
    Thanks for posting.

  10. great idea. I have been using rail road ties. See our Cornucopia Greenhouse concept. Ben and Saneh

  11. the containers can be used pretty much anywhere, you could still use them but the planting area would obviously be smaller.

  12. certainly is, really need to take advantage of planting in blocks I guess and planting lots of them!

  13. its ridiculous how low of a food yield one gets out of corn. nice set up btw.

  14. Can we do this in an apartment balcony?

  15. You get the containers from SCA Online. Click the Potty Innovations link above and then click the buy online image on the right. Let me know if you have any futher questions.

  16. Where do you get these containers?