How to Vegetable Garden in pots

Potted vegetable gardens can produce an amazing amount of food and you can do it on your patio or balcony. No excuses for not growing a garden!

25 Responses to “How to Vegetable Garden in pots”

  1. Awesome video dude. Love ur love for gardening and experimenting.

  2. TheVegetablegardener Reply April 1, 2013 at 11:04 pm

    Check the March update video I just put up. Thanks for the comments!

  3. oh my gosh! I am sooo inspired! Thank you so much for all of your wonderful information – my husband and I are getting to put in our spring garden, we are in zone 8b and are planting peas, lettuce, and onions in the ground and parsnips, carrots and potatoes in grow bags- do you have any suggestions for growing in bags? do you dust your cut seed potatoes in sulfur? also, I noticed that you planted peas & beans at the same time- u thought you had to wait until May for the beans. Thanks again!

  4. Great ,just started last year and now doubeld the size the off seeds and pots ,all in a small garden.!Also start to use the walls,what falls on the other side is for the nabours.what is the chocolat mint??Greetings and lots off growing fun :-)

  5. you are my hero!!! :D Nice job!

  6. Nice job on the videos!

    I am subscribing to your channel.

    Respectfully,
    Patrick ‘THE GREEN GARDENER’

  7. Love your garden :)

  8. Will do, just bought myself a juicer to juice up my produce!

  9. Wow you gave me so many ideas! Thank you.

  10. TheVegetablegardener Reply April 2, 2013 at 3:21 am

    Thanks Marty, keep working in that garden and it will help keep you healthy!

  11. Hi, this is Marty from the Potted Vegetable Garden. I shared your video in my traffic system and got you around 200 views in the last 36 hours. Everyone just loves your video! Just goes to show that great content can go far! Happy Gardening Marty

  12. TheVegetablegardener Reply April 2, 2013 at 4:33 am

    Thanks for asking. Soil is mostly from my compost bins but you can get away with a lot of soil types. Even poor soil can be worked and made better. Fertilizer, I like aged chicken manure. Cheap, about $3 at O.S.H. Seeds, well I save a lot of my seeds from previous years but any good quality seed will work from the nursery but I try to buy seeds that are not geneticly modified seed stock. Try trading with others!

  13. TheVegetablegardener Reply April 2, 2013 at 5:28 am

    Thanks for the comments. My objective here is just to help promote healthy home vegetable gardening.

    Blair

  14. Can you please give us details? type of soil, where do you get your seeds?

  15. very nice video, i grow all mine in pots on the verandah,,i need just a little bit more space though! I love worm farming to create my fertilizer!

  16. arboristBlairGlenn Reply April 2, 2013 at 7:08 am

    Good one! Started my morning off with a laugh–

  17. SolarHomerSimpson Reply April 2, 2013 at 7:44 am

    I have to catch myself when I start to say I am a POT farmer when I really mean a container gardener…lol

  18. TheVegetablegardener Reply April 2, 2013 at 8:36 am

    Radish plants are one of the fastest sprouting in the vegetable garden. And you are right about the leaves, you can start eating them in just a few weeks!

  19. TheVegetablegardener Reply April 2, 2013 at 8:40 am

    Just spreading the word towards an attitude of self sufficiency–if that is even possible these days. Thanks

  20. TheVegetablegardener Reply April 2, 2013 at 8:59 am

    I hope my videos inspire you to try it yourself. Thank you

  21. TheVegetablegardener Reply April 2, 2013 at 9:17 am

    Doing these videos has become a bit of a game for me. My intent is really to help inspire people to get out and try it for themselves. Dirt therapy is powerful stuff!

  22. TheVegetablegardener Reply April 2, 2013 at 10:11 am

    Thank you

  23. TheVegetablegardener Reply April 2, 2013 at 10:40 am

    I’m really trying to inspire folks to just try it. Even if you don’t have room for a “real” vegetable garden, you can always find room for some potted plants.

  24. TheVegetablegardener Reply April 2, 2013 at 10:59 am

    Thank you, but really, anyone can do it. The term “green thumb” only means that you pay attention and keep at it

  25. TheVegetablegardener Reply April 2, 2013 at 11:59 am

    Northern California, Santa Cruz Mountains. Not hot, but we do have weeks that stay in the low 90′s. If your climate is hot, be sure to mulch your pots and water them more often. Potted plants will dry out quickly.