Hardneck Garlic Harvest from Earth Beds & Containers: Scapes, Fall Planting & Early Summer Harvest

Source: TheRustedGarden
July 6, 2017

This is the harvest of my hardneck garlic I planted last fall in earth beds and containers. In Maryland Zone 7 you plant garlic in October/November and harvest late June or early July. I linked the planting videos that showed the planting of the garlic I harvest. I also show you what garlic scapes are and how they might effect bulb growth.

Containers, Quick Bed Amending, Peas & Broccoli, Rabbit Protection :Community Garden 2017 [Part 1]

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Gary Pilarchik
March 26, 2017

This is video 1 of my 2017 Community Garden series. A quick introduction to my garden. I show you basic container use, an easy way to amend raised bed soil to plant transplants, ways to plant peas in containers. trellising, greens planting and rabbit protection. Lots of ideas for your gardens!

Understanding Bagged Garden Soil Products for Containers: What They Are & My Favorite Bagged Mix

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Gary Pilarchik
November 7, 2016

I get asked often what bagged soil products do I use or recommend for container gardening. That is very hard to answer as I typically make mine. I explain what topsoil, premium topsoil, garden soil and potting mixes are and how they vary. I also show you my recommend product for container planting if I was picking a straight bagged product.

Growing Garlic in Containers – 5 Easy Steps // Growing Your Fall Garden #8

Source: Garden&HomeDIY
October 30, 2016

Growing garlic in a container is easy, takes up little space, and is a perfect crop to grow on your balcony or patio. Follow the 5 steps I share with you in this video to grow lots of garlic in your garden.

Organic Sweet Potato Container Harvest: Basic Growing Details & Container Sizes

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Gary Pilarchik
October 17, 2016

These were planted in the container soil late May and grew for about 150 days. They love the heat. Loose soil, organic fertilizer, drainage and two containers sizes set up the harvest. I show you the harvest (see if you like the outcome to try it) and talk about the basic set up. If you want to grow your own sweet potato slips/plants indoors, a link is provided.

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Growing Your Fall Garden #2 – Transplanting Cool Weather Vegetables in Containers

Source: GardenDIY
CaliKim
September 13, 2016

Growing your fall garden is easy when you transplant your cool weather vegetables into containers. I’m using Smart Pots – aerated, durable fabric containers that provide additional growing space, and are a quick, simple and inexpensive way to grow your fall garden.

Growing Cherry Tomatoes In Containers: Container, Soil, Fertilizer, Platting

Source: TRG
Gary Pilarchik
June 20, 2016

I am starting a new series called KIS or (K)eep (I)t (S)imple. It is for new gardeners and my goal is to help you get to growing vegetables. I try and simplify the tools and methods. This video is about a 10 gallon container, using pre-bagged Garden Soil, either processed/chemical or organic fertilizers with a target number of 5-5-5 Nitrogen, Phosphorous, Potassium, a ‘Matt’s Wild Cherry’ cherry tomato and liquid feeding. Watering should be done regularly and that varies too much to give you a time frame.

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