How to Grow an Easy Patio Apartment Container Garden for Beginners

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shows you from start to finish how easy it is to grow a patio container edible garden for your apartment or condo if you have a balcony or small outdoor space.

In this episode, John helps out his girlfriend to grow more food. John first started her growing indoors in the winter with an super easy aerogarden (see link below) and now she has graduated to the growing level #1, which is outdoor gardening in self-watering containers.

If you want to learn the EASIEST way to grow food ever watch this episode, it will share all the tips, tricks and specifically the special self-watering planting containers that are available near you that you should use to grow some food easily. John will talk about how to mix soil on the patio using a tarp, as well as some of the amendments you will want to include in your soil mixture for the highest level of success. You will also discover some of the best fruits and vegetables and herbs you may want to plant in your garden.

John will then get his beautiful girlfriend involved with helping to plant the plants and then give her easy instructions on how to take care of her very first outdoor patio apartment self-watering container garden so she can grow her own high quality food and purchase less at the grocery store.

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