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TAKE A LOOK. THESE ARE NOT ARE AVERAGE SHIPPING CONTAINERS. THE SEAPORT DISTRICT IS GIVING A WHOLE NEW MEANING TO THE PHRASE TALKS LUNCH. WE SHOW YOU HOW A CONTAINERS ARE BEING USED FOR NEW BUSINESSES AND WHAT'S GOING ON HERE AT THE INNOVATION AND DESIGN CENTER AMID THE BULLDOZERS, DUMPSTERS AND ROLLING EQUIPMENT, AN OASIS OF CIVILIZATION, PERSONAL GROOMING SPOTS, AND YES NEW FOOD , OPTIONS FOR THE 2,000 PLUS WORKERS IN THIS RENOVATED DISTRICT. RUNNING WATER, AIR CONDITIONING, AND FIRE ALARMS. HE HAS USED 160 FOOT SQUARE THINGS AS KIOSKS.

IT WAS OPPORTUNITY WE CANNOT PASS UP AS A COMPANY, HAVE WHOLESALE PRODUCTION AND BE ABLE TO SHARE OUR FOOD WITH THE PEOPLE IN THE DESIGN CENTER. IT IS STILL A TOUGH TEST KITCHEN. THIS IS A FOR THINKING AND WE HAVE A POPULATION OF PEOPLE WHO ARE SERVING OUR TENANTS OF THE BUILDING. WE CAN EXPERIMENT WITH NEW WAYS OF SERVING FOOD. MEI MEI'S WILL OPEN LATER THIS WEEK AS WILL OTHER MINIATURE FOOD EMPORIUMS EAGER TO SERVE THIS CAPTIVE AUDIENCE. I JUST TRIED SOME SOUP AND IT WAS DELICIOUS.

Container Grown Fruit At Home With P. Allen Smith

Figs are delicious, and they were actually considered the first form of clothing, if you know what I mean Let me tell you how you can grow them in a small space. You know, something I hear a lot from folks is that I would really love to grow some of my own food, but I have much room at all, really no space. Hey, it doesn't take much space to grow some of the most delicious things you've ever eaten in your life. I'm crazy about blueberries. Look at all these blueberries. And guess what They're growing in containers.

I have 5 containers of blueberries here, 3 different varieties. And look at the fruit set. I'm giving them a little feed. I fertilized them just as they were coming out of their winter slumber. But I'm giving them just a little bit more, as these blueberries began to ripen. You see, about a month and a half ago they started swelling, or the buds did. And you can see these beautiful flowers. And then the honey bees showed up and they started pollenating. And what you have to have to produce blueberries like this isyou need.

At least varieties that flower at the same time, so you get that cross pollination going on. And what I like to do is make sure I plant them in large containers, and I set them down in saucers. And I got a drip irrigation system here. This keeps the soil consistently moist. And you can see just how well they're producing. In the fall, the foliage on these plants, well, it's just outstanding. They're beautiful plants. Hey, in my fruit production, in this little space, doesn't just stop here. Come on over here, let me show you. Now take a.

Look at this big guy. This is a fig. It's actually a Brown Turkey Fig. And I don't bring these in in the winter, even though you might think that's such an Italian thing to have. Actually, I got the idea of growing them in containers on a trip to Italy, where I was sitting out at a restaurant in a little patio area, and they had big pots of figs. And it was really beautiful. But just look at all the fruit on this fig tree, it's just fantastic. Now, as I said, this one's Brown Turkey. And I don't have to take these containers in during.

The winter. There are some varieties that can really take much colder temperatures. For instance, there's one called Chicago Hearty that is hearty up to Zone 5Chicagoand it can take temperatures as low as zero. Now, I wouldn't say it would survive in a container exposed like this, but it would in the ground. But anyway, it just looks great as a landscape plant. And just look at all these gorgeous figs. Hey, if you're enjoying these segments on how to grow some of your own food in the tiniest places, tell a friend about them.

Urban Gardening Growing Lettuce Salad Leaves in Containers

Music Cutandcomeagain salad greens are simply salads that can be cut repeatedly to give multiple harvests. They're quick to grow, don't take up too much room, and they're totally delicious! Here's how to grow them. You'll need goodquality potting soil, some seeds and of course a container with drainage holes. Quirky yet attractive alternatives to traditional pots include old watering cans, galvanized troughs, or repurposed wooden boxes. If your chosen container it doesn't have any drainage holes, make some. Suitable salad greens for the cutandcomeagain treatment include any of the looseleaf or mesclun blends, which may contain salads such as.

Lettuce, endive, and arugula or rocket. Fill your container with potting soil up to an inch or 2cm below the rim. Tamp down to leave a level surface. Now sprinkle the seeds thinly and evenly over the surface of the compost. The easiest way to do this is to sow one pinch of seeds at a time. Cover the seeds over with a fine layer of potting soil, gently tamp down to firm the seeds in, then water carefully using a watering can fitted with a rose to avoid washing the seeds back out.

Move the container into a bright space, or if you're gardening in a hot climate, a cool and shady corner. Check daily and water as necessary to maintain good, evenly moist conditions. Seedlings usually take 510 days to germinate. Once the seedlings appear you will probably need to thin them out a little. Remove some of the seedlings so that those remaining are spaced at least an inch, or 2cm, apart. The leaves are ready to cut about 46 weeks after sowing. Harvest little and often by using a sharp knife or scissors to.

How to grow roses in containers

Growing roses in containers is a great way to bring their color, fragrance and beauty into living areas Here's how you can do it. Now the first thing to do, is to choose a nice open sunny site with plenty of air movement That will help prevent some of the disease issues Now, when you choose your varieties obviously pick A nice healthy specimen, if possible choose them when they're in flower, because you'll be able to pick your favorite colors And, also why not have a sniff. because many of them are really very beautifully.

Fragrant I'm using David Austin variety of Rose is here because I like the all fashion flowers that comes with them I love their excellent disease resistance and also some of them are delightfully fragrant And the fragrance that comes from varieties like this Gertrude Jekyll is a lovely thing to have anywhere near your home. Now, when you get your plants home. Choose a good sized container, that's important Because roses are hungry, vigorous plants You'll find that a larger size container means they'll grow better but also they'll be easier to water during the summertime.

Choose a good potting compost, make sure the container has a hole in the bottom And good drainage, and then really just during the growing season it's a matter of Watering them and perhaps also giving them some liquid feeding, perhaps every week or ten days Then snip out the old, spent flowers To keep new fresh buds and new growth coming up from underneath And, if they ever become a little tall and leggy it's okay to give them a summer prune. That means going in and trimming back a few of the shoots, a bit further down in the bush.

To encourage new fresh growth, and of course, a new round of flower buds and Flowering Now roses in containers are going to freeze during the wintertime if the left outdoors, so either you have to move the pot and all, into a more sheltered location Or better still, my advice would be to take the plant at the end to the Fall or early winter and plant it out somewhere in the garden, so if you're able to grow it as a beautiful garden rose. Where ever you grow your roses, make sure that you were.

Growing Carrots in Containers Delicious Healthy!

Packed with nutrition and easy to grow Let's look at growing carrots music The carrot variety we will be growing today Is the Red Atomic variety of carrots And I've grown carrots several times And each time I grow carrots learned from my mistakes And then try to improve upon them So for this growing season I corrected two of my mistakes And lets see how that went So the first thing that I changed was instead of growing these carrots in winters I grew them in early spring The reason I grew them in early spring is because.

Carrots love the warm but not very hot weather in the spring season And they seem to grow great And they also germinate a lot faster in Spring than in winters So the next thing that I changed was my growing medium Now I used a well draining potting mix Which is a mix of peat moss, perlite and compost And I had some left over mix of the ProMix HP potting mix Which is nothing but a mix of all of these And some added mycorrhizae Which really helps root plants like carrots.

To grow very well So let's talk about fertilizers Carrots need an all purpose fertilizer Or if you want to use a mild fertilizer You could use fish or seaweed fertilizer and a lot of compost And this works really well What you want to avoid is high nitrogen fertilizers So no blood meal and no high volumes of manure to be used for growing carrots So I planted these carrots in April and I was harvesting them by June So that means if took about 60 days for these carrots to grow.

Now when harvesting carrots you might see 12 carrots that are not very big sized and that's OK And as you can see here we have some medium and large sized carrots And that means it is a decent harvest And that one odd man out the orange carrot that you see Is just another seed that got mixed in my atomic red carrot seeds And just look at the deep red color of these carrots They are absolutely flavorful, sweet and delicious And the best thing I like about growing carrots is that.

If you have kids in your home, they just love to pull out these carrots and eat them And its a very healthy snack for them So there we are That's our carrot harvest And we got this small container from Ikea And we were growing these carrots in this container And you can see how easy it is to grow carrots in just a very small space So I'd like to know from you What varieties of carrots do you like to grow And did you face any problems growing carrots.

How to grow Serrano Peppers in containers

A pepper variety that has just the right heat for a variety of dishes the Serrano pepper is a versatile paper variety to grow in your garden music so we'll be growing our serrano pepper in this 16 inch wide container that holds about five gallons of soil the soil mix that I'm using to plant this pepper variety is about 50 compost mixed with 50 potting mix so the serrano pepper originated in Mexico and the heat rating of serrano pepper is slightly more spicy than a mild jalapeno so it's not very spicy it's not like a very hot.

Pepper but it's a quite a versatile pepper that you can use for a variety of dishes and as you can see the plant has grown very well its a very healthy pepper plant and it's already showing a lot of peppers that can be harvested and as you can see this pepper plant is very easy to grow in containers and is one of the most healthy pepper plants I have grown now some gardeners believe in pruning their pepper plants so that it grows more bushy now in my experience.

Peppers are naturally bushy and even if you don't prune them never they will grow into nice bushy plant now if you do not like super spicy peppers you will love the serrano pepper it's very easy to grow produces a lot of peppers and because they are not extremely hot they can be used in a variety of dishes as I mentioned earlier here you can see the peppers being harvested they very healthy and the plant will keep producing peppers the more you harvest the more peppers the plant will produce as you can see here this plant is loaded with.

Peppers the key to growing great pepper plants is to make sure that the plan gets a lot of nutrients by using a rich compost or organic matter based potting mix and this was grown with about 50 percent organic matter and that provided the plant with a lot of nutrients that it would absorb and grow into this wonderful pepper plant now another thing that you need to remember is that do not use high nitrogen fertilizers especially when the pepper plant is established that will reduce the number of peppers that the plant produces you can use a tomato fertilizer that works.

How to grow harves Swiss Chard in containers Recipe

Music In today's tutorial that will see how to grow Swiss Chard in containers Swiss Chard is grown for its leaves It's green leaves Now its stems might have different colors But it's more like a substitute for growing spinach Simply because it's just so easy to grow And it produces a lot of greens And the best part about Swiss Chard is that it grows yearround So for Swiss chard you need a container which is about 16 inches wide by 6 inches tall And I'm growing about 3 swiss chard plants in it.

For a single plant you might get away a 12inch container that's about 12 inches high The Swiss chard leaves and stalks can be in multiple colors They can be green or red, white stalks, red stalks And one of the most common varieties that people grow is called bright lights Which is basically some mixture of yellow green and red Swiss chard And for the most part that's a good variety to grow But there is one variety that I highly recommend growing And that is called Ruby Red Swiss Chard.

And the reason I recommend growing Ruby Red is that It's just so easy to grow them They are very diseaseresistant they produce a lot and are easy to maintain and taste very nice One thing I do want to talk about swiss chard as we are harvesting these leaves Is that act swiss chard is mostly harvested for its greens So the kind of fertilizer that you need to use for Swiss Chard Needs to be wither a balanced fertilizer Or a fertilizer that's high in nitrogen That's gonna give you nice big leaves.

And if you wanna go the organic way just make sure you use a lot of compost and a lot of manure to give you that nice the big leaves that Swiss chard is known for And this Ruby Red variety is very prolific Grows really well, very easily in containers And will give you harvest all season long Now those of you who have grown spinach would know that Spinach is a little hard to grow The leaves are very small So you need to grow a lot And spinach is a cool season crop only.

SpotClean Complete Pet Stain Remover

New pets are big fun.. but the excitement of a new place often means little accidents here and there. Whether you've just welcomed a new fourlegged friend into your family or have one visiting you can rely on the BISSELL SpotClean Complete Pet to take care of those messy moments. This portable cleaning system uses a water, formula and powerful suction to permanently remove fresh and setin pet stains, leaving your rugs and furniture clean and odorfree. When you need to clean up a mess, the easygrip, flatbottomed tanks are a cinch to remove,.

And fill at any sink. Fill the tank with water and add BISSELL Pet Stain and Odor Formula along with some BISSELL OxyGen Boost , which boosts cleaning performance through permanent stain removal. The SpotClean Complete Pet has special features that make it even more effective. For starters, HeatWave Technology is built into the SpotClean Complete Pet to help maintain the temperature of the water and formula throughout the cleaning process. The lightweight machine has a long, flexible hose that connects to handheld cleaning attachments like the Tough Stain Tool so you can reach spots and stains anywhere from carpets and.

Stairs to sofas and pet beds. You can also attach the Stain Trapper Tool to capture and isolate extragross, extrastinky pet messes. This tool prevents pet messes from coming into contact with other parts of your machine. A twistoff container makes for easy pet mess disposal..while a removable faceplate makes it easy to rinse away any fine dirt, debris or pet hair that may get stuck in the nozzle. When you are done, simply empty the dirty water tank and rinse out the dirty water stack..wind up the cord and hose. the compact design of the SpotClean Complete Pet makes.

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