7 Brilliant Methods for TONS of Food in a TINY Garden

These are the tricks of the trade that I have learned over the years to take my garden from an average one to a super productive oasis!

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23 Replies to “7 Brilliant Methods for TONS of Food in a TINY Garden”

  1. Your enthusiasm is wonderful. Every time I see a new video pop up, I feel happy.

  2. Hi James which county in Jersey are you? I am in Essex county and large plots are pricey! The dream is to move to Portugal where there is some of the most fertile soil in Europe! I do a bit of raised bed and container gardening but on a third of an acre I can only watch your channel with envy!

  3. Unfortunately it only works during the summer, the rest of the off to walmart.

  4. My cats wish that they could come help in the garden like Tuck does for you! We're cooling in the AC today, waiting for tomorrow evening to transplant some more plants to the garden. With it suddenly scorching hot today and tomorrow, it seemed better to be able to move their pots to the shade rather than add transplant shock to the mix. Here's hoping for a bountiful harvest!

  5. This is so helpful! We're only one state over (PA), so I really appreciate your videos. You inspired us to start growing apples and grapes this year!

  6. When I cut off a plant, instead of pulling out the root I just plant next to and let the new plant feed on the decaying roots of the old plant.

  7. fantastic video..great tips..❤❤❤❤for Tuk!I have never been bored from any of your videos.Shared.Cheers from Australia.

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