How to Plant a Vegetable Garden : Ideas for Designing Your Vegetable Garden

Learn ideas for designing your vegetable garden in this free online video guide to vegetable gardening. Expert: Scott Reil Contact: Bio: Scott Reil is an accredited nurseryman and longtime horticulturalist with over two decades of experience in the field. Scott is now working for Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso

25 thoughts on “How to Plant a Vegetable Garden : Ideas for Designing Your Vegetable Garden”

  1. I found info on proper planting times and plant spacing for vegetables in a slide chart called: Clyde’s Garden Planner.

  2. dont forget to add wild gourds to keep bugs away.
    leaf tea makes perfect bug repellent for your crops

  3. Sometimes i eat my down shit and masturbate with it into a cup then i throw the cup out and slap my wife around with my shit stained hands.

  4. i had a book that showed which plants were companions to each other and my garden grew really great

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  6. Raised beds work great .. anyone ever try making raised beds with stone/mortar walls? Curious how that would work?

  7. UR right about the raised beds , i made mine 5 ft wide , then found i could not get to the middle without putting my foot on it which kinda spoilt the whole thing . 4 foot is heaps wide enough .

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  9. Wow this is really shit advice i thinkim actually dumber after watching u ur beard looks like a red nuts pubes!

  10. Doesn’t look like a well designed garden – Raised beds should be small enough to walk around rather than stand in. Up to 4 foot wide is a good, allowing for all gardening tasks to be performed from outside the raised bed. One of the benefits of a proper raised bed – you will not compact the soil.

  11. Well indirectly thats what you might do . if the stuff gets into the ground water it may well get absorbed by your garden plants anyway. and if it gets into the river it could get into your mains water and from there via your sprinkler onto your plants or worse still into your coffee. Wouldn’t it make more sense to preserve the shingles with something less toxic?

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