It can simple to “Go Green”

What better way in order to help save our world and “Go Green” after that to begin in your own own backyard? Not just considering helping Mother Character by being eco-friendly, yet you can receive restorative benefits as well. Bodily, emotional and also spiritual wellbeing benefits could be achieved from enjoying and getting a garden that may become your backyard haven.
There exists a a lot needed trend which will be gaining momentum to possess eco-friendly methods to insects rather of spoiling outside the particular house with pesticides plus other chemicals that possess a detrimental effect upon the environment.
Take your own clue from Nature because you look around with regard to natural solutions for the particular environment. Birds love snails and slugs and some other insects that we might consider pests in our own garden. Hang nesting containers, bird feeders, houses plus bird baths to motivate our fine feathered buddies for your garden.
Make use of beneficial insects to normally find the undesirable unwanted pests. By providing mulch plus leaves, you will motivate ground beetles and fantastic earth worms which will certainly aerate your soil plus consume most of the particular detrimental insects. Also with the addition of vegetable and fruit peelings, worms will appear plus break this down in to compost which you may use as top dressings for the container vegetation. Use containers for therapeutic herbs.
Allow some associated with your vegetables to go to flowers which will catch the attention of the bumble bees, enabling for the pollination procedure to begin.
Utilize a pot with a lid in order to catch rain water. The particular lid will allow a person to open it if it is raining and then maintain the lid on in order to avoid a breeding surface for mosquitoes as well as other contaminates. Rain water is perfect for watering plants plus seedlings and especially pertaining to those plants that not really like lime or chlorinated water.
One annoying pest problem is fire ish mounds. Try boiling the large quantity (two-three gallons is optimal) of drinking water on the stove plus without disturbing the pile, pour onto the home. This will kill several of the ants plus the queen as properly and then you’re not really using destructive pesticides in order to do it. Other chemical substance free ideas for ants include fire ant sticky traps that can end up being used around plants plus flowers.
Be sure that small openings and cracks around your own home are caulked in order to provide a barrier pertaining to ants. Diatomaceous earth can be a powder that may be liberally spread about your home or backyard. This dusty substance problems pest
exoskeletons and eliminates them, but is flawlessly fine for your earth.
Motivate your kids to turn out to be Earth conscious at a good early age. Make World Day everyday. Teach all of them to recycle and make use of Earth friendly practices within your own home plus in the garden. Kids learn by example plus what an excellent illustration then to provide your own kids with ways in order to have a safer atmosphere.
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  1. JRockLovinAtheist

    how much would it actually cost to grow organic food in pots? if you’re
    living in a condo or a townhouse? is it cheaper, then buying it at the

  2. DaddyOsInk

    I tried the "shotgun" approach a few years ago… I planted EVERYTHING that
    I could get my hands on. I found that I can grow kale, collards, peas,
    okra, corn, tomatoes, and herbs very well in my yard. Luckily I love all
    of those! ;)

  3. Alden Hall

    Great video , If anyone else wants to grow you own delicious fresh fruit
    and veg simply it’s worth considering – Banfan Incredible Organic Miracle
    (do a google search)? Ive heard some amazing things about it from my m8 –

  4. BarbaraL Lowell

    You can buy an engraver for really cheap to write the plant tags on metal
    strips from the cans you suggest. I notice that I always think I am going
    to remember what I did, and two days later I cannot recall so now I record
    everything in each bed in my computer with the plant and transplant dates.
    My North Central FL greens garden is booming from all the rain we had, plus
    the azomite, organic fert and worm castings, thanx to you John, you are the
    best, so generous and personable and helpful!

  5. S Ann

    I like how they did the bricks around it.
    You don’t ever seem to stumble on your words (from practice making all
    those videos, huh?) that’s very good! Cute muscovy duck! I saw about 6
    turkeys in someone’s front yard today while I was running. Hahaha, wow,
    that guy has every garden item you can think of (near the end of the
    video)! Oooh, that book at 31:40 looks pretty interesting!!! Oh, I have
    that book by Rosalind Creasy. It’s good! Gnomes are scary! Don’t those
    things come alive at night?! yikes, lol

  6. Ronnie & Minh

    Why is it that Tornado’s and Ex-Coctail Waitresses always end up in trailer

  7. Julia Meadows

    Thank you for featuring this beautiful Florida vegetable garden. I’m 3
    years into experimenting with my own organic garden in West Central FL. I
    am always disappointed when some say you can’t grow a good vegetable garden
    in Florida so thanks for the proof otherwise!

  8. Michael Happy

    the more mistakes you make the faster u learn!

  9. Praxxus55712

    A community garden would be a fun idea for a mobile home situation.
    Bringing people together to grow things would help people get along better.
    Living in such close quarters can be stressful at times. A garden for
    everyone would really relieve some of that stress.

  10. leifcatt

    That is a great garden, thanks for the tour.

  11. Love2boat92

    I can’t stand when someone tells me that I cannot plant certain things or
    build raised beds.

  12. CobinRain

    I have never lived in a mobile home; it is very unlikely I ever will. So
    why is this such a wonderful and inspiring video for me? John is a real
    missionary for real food and organic gardening and his message is a clear
    one: come on everybody! No matter where you live you too can do this. Great
    video. And to the guy whose garden this is in South Florida I say: hats off
    to you. This is an impressive garden.

  13. swanseawales1979

    Great video, thanks for posting. Feel motivated again now

  14. Gloria Walker

    Great video! Perfect timing too because my mom is thinking about moving
    into a mobile home park and I wondered if she can have a garden. We just
    need to find one with sunny yard. Thanks John!

  15. Soulman1282

    i invest many hundreds of dollars in my garden every year. lol

  16. cayla jones

    Love this!

  17. DarkRenaissance2012

    Starting to sound like great results cannot be had without buying
    "products"… ugh…
    I was really trying to avoid that ~

  18. DarkRenaissance2012

    I ended up harvesting my compost early, sifting it thru a 3/4 inch grate so
    its not as fine as I wanted… But I did it all and planted my Chard,
    Broccoli, carrots, Cilantro, snow Peas and Watermelon… Wish me luck !

  19. mae robee

    I guess he hasn’t gotten his aloe pups in the mail yet.

  20. Tim Huffman

    Exactly John! Learn as you grow.. That is what I have been doing since last
    May when I started watching your videos … I’m near Fort Myers Florida, so
    I love these videos !!! Thanks again for uploading 

  21. Nielubie

    One step further, just buy a Mobile Home Park like this guy and share with
    the residents. 🙂

  22. debbie bradek

    when gardener on the phone said "you cant grow that here in Florida!" i
    would have simply and nicely said " then why do they sell the seeds for it
    here in Florida?" lol

  23. sfchemist

    A nice tour of a garden maintained by a guy with a great attitude. For
    plant ID tags I use modelers enamel paint on a rock. 

  24. John Fischer

    just watching 10 sec but i love that shirt!

  25. Stephen Legaree

    John it is absolutely great that you share the successes in hard to grow
    locations! That is one of my goals is to show on the opposite end of the
    spectrum that you can grow quite well and a wide variety of fruits and


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