Vegetables You Can Grow in the Winter Edible Garden

John from takes you on a tour of his suburban front yard garden where he is growing many vegetables over the winter time. I…
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25 Responses to “Vegetables You Can Grow in the Winter Edible Garden”

  1. Are u a goat

  2. I just want to know how you get away with the city not bothering you for
    your front yard garden ? 

  3. StarksBrothersHomes Reply May 24, 2014 at 4:35 am

    This is great information for homeowners, they will be able to have home
    grown food year around.

  4. lucidventures12 Reply May 24, 2014 at 5:29 am

    isn’t a good idea to wash your vegetables before you consume them?
    ah hell whats a little e coli or salmonella maybe some bird poo.

  5. Muhammad Rinaldi Reply May 24, 2014 at 5:53 am
  6. landofthefreemyass Reply May 24, 2014 at 6:04 am

    Great video. Glad the people calling themselves “the government” have not
    caused you any grief for being productive with your own property.

  7. I love your yard, but….if I was your neighbor, I would appreciate it if
    you kept the tools, tarps and what not in your backyard. You’re beds are a
    showplace. Put your stuff away John! Meanwhile, can I move in? I’ll work
    for greens.

  8. wonderful video, so much information, thank you:)

  9. Put some sour beer in a bowl near the slug infested area. You also may need
    to look into different fungi which could help. Paul Stamets is a great
    person to talk to about fungi. He even wears an amadou hat!

  10. SweetDiversions Reply May 24, 2014 at 8:36 am

    John is right, if you have people who don’t respect your property or have a
    problem with wild or domestic animals you must put up a fence. But before
    you plant a veggie garden in your front yard (or anything out of the
    ordinary) make sure you check with your municipality since some won’t allow
    anything other than grass and standard trees/bushes and may actually fine
    you or threaten to throw you in jail if you plant anything else. Sad but

  11. There is hope for me yet!

  12. Charles Coe Jr. Reply May 24, 2014 at 9:27 am

    Las Vegas..tropical climate? Maybe if it got rain and a 12/12 light cycle
    like any area near the equator.

  13. Its time for t-shirts 4:24

  14. Oh God…I wish I lived in a place I could grow outside in february… Here
    in Sweden everything is frozen solid until late March…

  15. Thanks John,very informative..I live in North West Idaho,but in a Valley.I
    came here from NW Florida and lost plant due to frost every even
    Florida is not tropical when you are in the panhandle..Keep up the good
    work… :)

  16. Fabulous garden! Can you tell me, the plants you grow, can they also be
    grown in San Diego county near Temecula?

  17. What if live in Ohio or Iowa or some other non tropical state? WHAT IF I
    LIVE IN CANADA OR RUSSIA? O we can grow palm trees around here. Do you hate
    all the non tropical places?

  18. John, I love your enthusiasm when you eat your food directly from the

  19. Well we get below 0 degrees here in the winter and we only have 2-3 months
    of growing season each year…

  20. Christine Holliday Reply May 24, 2014 at 2:38 pm

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  21. Hi, John: where did you get miners lettuce seeds? Thanks.

  22. Charles Coe Jr. Reply May 24, 2014 at 3:23 pm

    Gardening in Nevada is more difficult than any tropical or temperate
    climate i’ve gardened in…

  23. caveman style.. nice..


  25. dude your garden rocks love it and thanks for all the info