How To Grow Squash In Containers From Seed To Harvest!

Today I am going to show you how to grow squash in containers so well that your neighbors will be peaking over your fence asking you to share, good thing you will have more than you can eat after watching this video!


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29 Replies to “How To Grow Squash In Containers From Seed To Harvest!”

  1. Perfect timing!!!! This is my first year growing vegs and living in NYC, containers are the only thing I currently have available! Got zucchinis in 5-gal fabric containers, and even though I made some mistakes, this is very exciting! I've been binge watching your channel the past few weeks 🙂

  2. I've learned so much with your videos. Our community garden plot has been very frustrating, so this year I've concentrated on container planting on my deck. Never thought squash was an option!

  3. I just watched one of your old videos today😂You we’re totally different on camera back then. From monotone and almost depressed looking to ecstatic and happy.

  4. Fantastic man! I have a squash plant in my grow tent that I want to grow on my deck. Now I know that it can be grown this way. Fantastic.

  5. My HOA doesn’t allow growing in containers or buckets. They send me bill without warning notification😡

  6. Most of my pots has a lot of holes at the bottom and it drains the soil little by little. I’m planning to change container and keep 1-2 holes at the bottom and drill 1” from the bottom at the sides.

  7. it's been a weird year in the garden.. so far, just blossoms on my zucchini (in Georgia) but I've already harvested one pumpkin and three butternut squashes.. they're small but ready.

  8. Enjoyed the video ☺️💜💜💜 for Tuck and beginner gardener starting in a container because I live with family 🙏🏾

  9. Great vid, James. Thank you. My New Mexico squash plants are about half the size of your New Jersey plants. What a difference humidity makes (although now that our Southwest monsoon season has started, it's at least no longer in single digits; still not East Coast humid, but not longer nosebleed dry).

  10. 💖💖💖💖💖💖 I love the Boss Tuck in the videos. Thanks for letting him be in the videos.

  11. Very Passionate Gardener James 👍 Excellent Job ….. 🐶 💚💚💚💚💚

  12. My dude! I've been wandering around my garden the past few days looking at lengthy vines wondering what to do to get it producing, was thinking nutrient angle.

    And the simple answer is cut 'em! Love this channel for golden info nuggets such as this.

    Keep growing in good health!

  13. Here in chile we are facing a very frost winter rigth now, so i can't wait for the spring and follow your lead 😀
    saludos amigo!

  14. Stay cool little Tuckey ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️Thanks for all the tips and sharing the video

  15. Check with sandwich places or restaurants for pickle buckets. Guaranteed food safe and you might be able to get them for free!

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