Tropical Perennial Vegetable Gardening in Hawaii

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ goes on a field trip to the Tropical edibles nursery on the Big Island of Hawaii. In this episode, John will highlight the fruits and vegetables that are easy to grow in a tropical climate such as Hawaii. You will learn the difference between perennial edible vegetable and regular annual vegetables that must be replanted every so often. During this episode, John will share his favorite tropical edible vegetables you should grow in tropical climates. You will also discover how you can landscape with edibles in your yard to allow you to grow your own food at home. After watching this episode you will have the knowledge you need to know what specifically to plant in Hawaii or other tropical locations to have an edible garden with minimal effort.

Learn more about the Tropical Edibles Nursery at
http://www.tropicaledibles.com/

the vegetable patch
as part of the Settimana della biodiversita’ a vegetable patch was made just outside the auditorioum, the fantastic Renzo Piano’s one, in Rome.
the dirt got carted in, and the plants got transplanted.
fantastic the response of the people who looked at it and said "wow, how can it be possible that there are no weeds?"
lol
little they knew that the dirt has being sterilised before bringing it in, defacto, it was sterile.
The Agronomist who oversaw the project was quite proud of the response, and even if he knew exactly he was telling only half the truth, he was just sporting off his knowledge by describing the mix of the particular potting mix.
Nice fellow, had a great chat about how to teach agronomists the art of growing without having access to actual land..
By the weed one on 2010-05-22 01:16:53
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