Suburban Residential Square Foot Garden SFG gardening food growing

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John shares his residential square foot garden to show what is possible in 1/10th of an acre. Growing Melons Lettuce Kale Collards strawberries tomatoes and much more..

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  1. Seyar Naqshbandi says:


  2. Grandmas Homestead says:

    I am surprised codes department hasn't paid a visit. Big problems for a couple in Orlando. Aren't the raised beds awfully deep, how are you working the plants, earlier video doesn't show it filled.

  3. sassyleochick says:

    Be careful, there is a woman that is having alot of trouble legally for having a front yard veg garden.

  4. chuckpen29 says:

    how much did this project cost to get up and running? do you can and freeze a lot?

  5. Joshua Vogt says:

    Just heard your in California I'm in Whittier ca my self so I'd assume whatever you can grow I should have at least a possibility of the same results (I Hope!) once again awesome garden where did you buy the tuck full of compost thanks again

  6. Joshua Vogt says:

    What state do you live in?

  7. Charm City Balcony Garden says:

    Cool. thanks John!

  8. Learn Organic Gardening at GrowingYourGreens says:

    I sometimes have people help me in my garden, but nobody at present time. This is not a community garden. this is my front yard and my personal garden. I could easily handle this garden by myself full time.

  9. Charm City Balcony Garden says:

    I've just discovered your videos and watching them a little bit at a time.

    How many people work on this garden? I saw on some other videos that you had other gardeners? So does this yard function as a community garden? What do you think is a manageable size garden to be tended by one person (working full time)? Sorry so many questions. Thanks for the videos!

  10. Learn Organic Gardening at GrowingYourGreens says:

    yes, all filled with organic soil. I have a video of the semi truck dropping off 60 cubic yards of compost.

  11. Learn Organic Gardening at GrowingYourGreens says:

    Check my other episodes. I did an episode on people stealing my food.

  12. Michele Goodsell says:

    do you ever have people steal your vegetables or vandilize your plants and garden. I think the idea is awesome. I was thinking of doing the same thing.

  13. SunBelly says:

    Wow, that's awesome. I'd do that in my front yard, but I live in a bad neighborhood and I'm sure all of my yummy veggies would end up feeding a bunch of thieving bastards.

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