Patio Vegetable Container Garden Update #2 4/17/10

As you can see, everything is growing very nicely. I have moved everything outside now and have also moved some things into bigger containers. Soon, I will need to transplant the tomatoes and peppers into larger containers as well. Thanks in advance for Subscribing! Subscribe Comment Like Add 2 Favorite
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24 Responses to “Patio Vegetable Container Garden Update #2 4/17/10”

  1. It looks like you are off to a good start. Good luck with it. I subscribed, I hope you do the same. Thanks.

  2. briandudeathome Reply July 9, 2012 at 3:30 pm

    hahaha gotta love those squirrels!

  3. You’ve given me hope. Been trying to grow ONE tomato plant on a deck all my life. The squirrels think I grow to feed them!

  4. Cool! I have used some of the containers you have. Great way to save money!

  5. briandudeathome Reply July 9, 2012 at 5:25 pm

    Glad you liked the video. I did start my seed in the containers you see in the video =-)

  6. Love this vid. Great info on this. Did you start your seed from the potting soil mix? I keep hearing you can’t start seed from it, but it sure looks like that’s what you did here. Cool homemade trellis.

  7. briandudeathome Reply July 9, 2012 at 5:51 pm

    you are absolutely correct about that lol

  8. 0:54 Brian- Don’t you think you need to thin out that cilantro and basil? It would seem like there would be serious overcrowding by the time the seedlings are a few weeks old. Great video.

  9. briandudeathome Reply July 9, 2012 at 7:21 pm

    I appreciate the feedback. Have a great summer!

  10. joezbackwith2gatz Reply July 9, 2012 at 8:05 pm

    Thanks for making this very helpful video. Its like I always say. Lets all learn from each other. Joe Tactical

  11. joezbackwith2gatz Reply July 9, 2012 at 8:16 pm

    Me too… I have the same thing on my soil and I didnt know what I should do.

  12. MissBestSunshine Reply July 9, 2012 at 9:07 pm

    thanks for explaining the grey ash on top of the soil I was worried why I too had it on my soil.

  13. MissBestSunshine Reply July 9, 2012 at 9:18 pm

    wow great!!! congrats!!!

  14. I’m glad you liked some of my ideas – the only issue I’ve had is the plastic is very durable in bright sunlight, but otherwise it works. good luck with the garnden =-)

  15. You just reminded me that I need to be a bit more frugal when it comes to plant pots. I’ve bought an Earthbox & several other planters that were too pricey. In particular, I like the bucket idea you have there. Thanks for sharing!!

  16. Youtube really needs a replay buttons so i could watch this all day long!

  17. Thanks for leaving the insightful comment! I’m glad you enjoyed the video =)

  18. Vertical cucumbers are a great idea.
    Great compost for container gardens is used coffee grounds. Add the grounds and a few nightcrawlers or even a bait worms.

    Nice video !

  19. I’m glad you liked this. Best of luck with your gardening! ;-P

  20. Thanks! =)

  21. Thanks for posting! I am so inspired :)

  22. it looks great

  23. swsebrownsugar1888 Reply July 10, 2012 at 1:24 am


    I really think so.

  24. oh, interesting… there must been an enzyme in the milk that neutralizes the stuff? idk