Gardener Roasts "13 Genius Gardening Hacks"
Gardener Roasts "13 Genius Gardening Hacks"
Grab some Epic Gardening Stickers: https://bit.ly/2CpIcLs We’re back with another Blossom reaction video and honestly…it’s…not bad? What’s happening? Am I losing my mind?
Original video: https://www.facebook.com/watch?ref=search&v=275113153912482
0:00 – Intro
0:44 – Mango Seed
1:33 – Sponge Seed Starting
2:07 – Succulent Propagation
3:18 – Growing Cilantro
4:30 – Fruit Picker
5:39 – Broccoli Microgreens
6:20 – Growing Sprouts
7:26 – Growing Corn
8:53 – Regrowing Scraps
9:50 – Teabag Hack
10:33 – Banana Peel Fertilizer
12:10 – Growing Mushrooms
13:34 – Egg Carton Spacer
IN THIS VIDEO
As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Other links may be affiliate links in which we receive a commission.
→ Epic Gardening Stickers: https://shop.epicgardening.com/collections/merchandise/products/epic-gardening-sticker-medley
SUPPORT EPIC GARDENING
→ Buy Birdies Raised Beds: https://shop.epicgardening.com
→ Buy My Books: https://shop.epicgardening.com/collections/books
→ Support Directly: https://www.patreon.com/epicgardening
Epic Gardening is much more than a YouTube channel:
→ 2nd Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/epicurbanhomestead
→ In-Depth Articles: http://www.epicgardening.com/blog
→ Daily Podcast: https://apple.co/2nkftuk
→ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/epicgardening/
→ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/epicgardening
→ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@epicgardening
→ Discord Server: https://discord.gg/cuXxvKRwKN
→ FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/epicgardening/
→ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/epicgardening
→ Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/epicgardening
Epic Gardening occasionally links to goods or services offered by vendors to help you find the best products to care for plants. Some of these may be affiliate links, meaning we earn a small commission if items are purchased. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases. More info on our process: https://www.epicgardening.com/disclaimer/
Love that hat
Well the way I take it about blossom is that some people can’t afford a tree so they have to plant it them selfs (other plants also) that’s the way I see it (for me) I’m just saying.
Why you gotta hate on blossom?
I love watching your videos, I am a home farmer. Everyday I look for better ways to do something with farming, whether its propagation, cultivation, composting or whatever. Almost every time I search for knowledge, yours is the best and most valuable around. Have you ever done or thought of doing seminars or classes and teach people your trade in a classroom?
Never seen a basil seedling with a node already lol
thanks for the info
This is the nicest, most polite roast I’ve ever seen!
It would be geat if uo demonstrate the resolutions you brought up
0:34 Wow, Eric! Nice voice!
Drop links to more videos I should react to! And text me +1 (858) 264-3907 for inside Epic Gardening goodies 🙂
Anyone else here for the comments too?
To this day I think my grandma lied to me. We did the avocado seed in water, it did sprout very well then we planted it. I think she went out and bought a tree because in like 2 years it was growing fruit and in another couple it had hundreds. I don’t think they grow that fast but she swore it was from my seed when I was 11
Blossom is a plague. No matter how many times you unfollow or block their content, they still manage to push through and pedal their garbage.
I kinda want to grow onions now
Love the banana peel ones, as if dry potassium salt isn’t cheaper than a banana
Look closely at 8:13. I think they hot glued plants to the corn….?
I have a badass tile saw and a BUNCH of bigger glass bottles and could drop you off some stuff if you want. I’ve been wanting to do a whole bottle setup and was going to go to 151 farms to get a consultative with Daryl about a glass hydroponics system. But he’s a bit far.
this whole video summed up in two words:
Did u made video for hydroponic
Technically it’s an egg shell carton.
Your comments about how Blossom does corn are hilarious! The way Blossom shows it is so overcomplicated and likely to rot the corn rather than grow it. Especially because corn is SO easy to plant. Like, I composted some dried corn from cobs that didn’t fertilize as fully as I prefer last year and used the compost in my garden, and I have, like, 15 corn "weeds" growing when I didn’t intend to plant corn this year!
This is cool
Although it takes a long time, I still like growing mangoes from seeds.
They are using mycellium as an alternative for polystyrene mostly in Europe
Don’t roast for the sake of roasting. Some are roastable and some are commendable.
I knew I’d find you Mark Sanchez!
Every time my mommy cooks I tell het not to throw away the onion Leaves
Blend the bananas and whatever and boil it .or airate for a few days .and that mushroom thing was crazy. If it were only that easy .
so me and my mom went and cooked some corn. i got a bad end off a corn that i snapped off and washed the rest of the corn. instead of throwing the bad end out i put it in my compost. a while after i was making a mix for my succulents, i went to get a little bit of compost for it since i didnt have any succulent plant food at that time. i found out the piece of corn sprouted! i potted the corn piece a week ago and they came up! so happy!
I am so glad I found your channel. I was basing my garden selection on starting with these Blossom garden food scraps.
Are beets & potatoes like carrots, that it won’t produce beets or potatoes from scraps? Do they produce by seeds only? Please answer trying to get a garden established. Thanks.
10:10 this could be a tomato
this is what I’ve been waiting for
Where does he live? How does he film for 15+ minutes straight without getting interrupted!!!
True, I don’t believe that there is easy hacks with fruits it’s just not gonna happen
Dried and than soaked in water banana peal is a great source of food for ciliates, which are great food for small aquarium fish hatchlings, at least it was so about 30 years ago in the time before all *cides and preservatives. It is a good way to use soaked banana peal, but it is not very related to gardening.
@5:05 … You can’t unsee the x-rated moment.
Me, watching video: wow, he’s a damn good singer
Me, reading comments: Oh. He’s Filipino. That makes perfect sense.
I grow trees from seed for the fun of it, not for fruit.
These are all "hacks" for YouTube. None of these actually make sense IRL but are great ideas for YouTube videos. The only reason the video was ever created.
666k views! Hail satin!
Top notch vid and channel! Glad I found you.