Make Money at Home By Starting a Perennial Edible Plant Nursery in Your Backyard

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ goes on a field trip to Healthy Harvesters in Huntington Beach, a certified backyard nursery that sells edible perennial plants including vegetables and fruits from their home-based business.

In this episode, you will learn how a part-time gardener turned his hobby into a part-time home-based business by propagating and selling perennial vegetables that are made from cuttings from the mother plant.

You will discover many of the easiest perennial vegetables you can easily grow in Southern California and similar climates.

First, John will take you on a tour of the backyard sharing with you how this low maintenance garden grows without much time commitment.

You will learn how you can easily take cuttings from your plants and turn them into new plants that can be sold for cash.

You will discover how by using some home depot sand, water and concrete mixing tub you can start cloning your plants at home/

Jump to the following parts of this episode:
00:15 Episode Starts
04:00 Edible Backyard Garden with Little Time
05:50 Grow Perennial Vegetables instead of Annuals to Save Time
07:38 There is always space to grow food in your backyard
08:15 Grow the most valuable Crops to You
10:47 One Amazing Perennial Vegetable You should grow
11:34 Longevity Spinach: Gynura Procumbens
12:45 Printing Your OWn Money
14:50 My Favorite Perennial Vegetable: Purple Tree Collards
17:00 One No-Brainer Crop You Should Grow in Southern California
17:35 Perennial Vegetable: Gynura Bicolor / Okinawan Spinach
20:28 French Sorrel – Perennial Vegetable for Around the country
21:35 Mint –
22:32 Pigeon Pea – Increase Soil Fertility & Refried Beans
25:04 Cape Gooseberry / Goldenberry / Poha Berry – Perennial “Tomato”
26:50 Gardening teaches patience
30:09 Malabar Spinach – Warm Season Crop / Self Seeding / Propagate by Cuttings
32:00 Germinating Malabar Spinach
33:28 Moringa Perennial Leafy Green Tree
35:00 Sissoo Spinach / Brazil Spinach
36:20 Tree Collard from Seed / More True to seed
38:29 Grow Fruit Trees in Pots / Kumquat Tree
39:30 Growing Passion Fruit Vine up the Fence
40:23 Katuk – Not Looking So Good
41:22 Growing in a 1/2 Plastic Barrel
42:10 Growing Using Organic Practices
42:35 Getting Free Seaweed to Enrich Your Garden
44:30 Backyard Greenhouse Nursery
45:30 How to Propagate Cuttings in Sand from Home Depot
47:30 Tip to Rooting Plants in Sand
50:00 Other Edible Plants that may be available
51:00 Summary and What Plants Taking Home to Grow

After watching this episode, you will learn how you can easily turn your gardening hobby into a business and create an extra income. You will also discover some of the best vegetables to grow in zone 10b

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Comments

Lisa Spares says:

I love this video John!

BaltimoresBerzerker says:

Always meant to ask… what LED do you use? Just a cheapo Mars/Chinese one or something special?

Canadian Permaculture Legacy says:

This is literally me, but a few years behind this guy. Full time job in engineering, same age kids, wife that wants house to not be a jungle, but growing a food forest in spaces I can, and doing propagation side hustle. I’m just in cold climate, its-40 here!!

Gamerzkid518 says:

That golden berry is also known as ground hask

smokey mcbongwater says:

Thanks John jah. Bless all. The 209. Triangle. Harold Wilton galt

Freedom USA says:

God bless you John, absolutely excellent video, thank you so much!!!

trying_2live_healthy says:

Don’t see the link to his store, just a phone number.

Universal Law11 says:

Thank you John!

Alisson Coronel says:

Too much blah , blah , blah! Get to the point Plz!

Rehoboth Farm says:

Youtuber David The Good wrote a book on starting a home based nursery. I read it and now I’m working on getting started right now. It was a quick and fun read filled with lots of neat hints and advice.
https://www.amazon.com/Start-Home-Based-Plant-Nursery-Thousands-ebook/dp/B07L8HQGPS/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1549118913&sr=8-3&keywords=david+the+good

Troy Curtis says:

totally dig yours plants….(not literally . )just now starting my health journey ….

Angela Lewis says:

I noticed tree collard seeds in your seed store; are they his seeds?

charlie brownau says:

No wife =
Full control of YOUR HOME
Your money
Your time
Your resources
Your garden/hobbies

Corey Johnson says:

Great video, What’s wrong with being a hippy.

Gamerzkid518 says:

In my area

Alissa Mancini says:

OMG! I’ve been to his garden. So excited to see you there. The Gardner is a very intriguing character..

Rich Stone says:

Thanks John for another cool video.

Forage Forage says:

Great plant to grow and it’s super prolific.. but.. white flies will destroy it in no time..so if you have them around..you’ll have to spray them.. Use hose spray first then spray your organic product.. water spray everyday.. for at least a week..and use a organic.. Just so you know.. those little bugs.. can carry parasites..they deposit!

Michele R says:

Thanks for sharing this video. God bless!

EcoCentric Homestead says:

I am growing peppers and tomatoes, which are Perennial vegetables, in pots. That way I can put them in somewhere where they will survive the winter. I may increase my variety over time.
I live in zone 5a

Organic Gardening in North Carolina says:

Everyone give John a big thumbs up! There is a wealth of information in this video. I’m going to have to watch it over and over to get it all in my brain.
I am in zone 7B and my malabar spinach is a prolific self seeder. I haven’t planted it for years…I have to thin it out a lot in fact.
Thanks again John

Green Light Hawaii says:

can you say “actually” again?

Healthy Recipe Channel says:

I want to like this video so many more times than once. Amazing, I need to film my home garden here in Florida too. Amazing, and saw your video with Dr Fuhrmin too. Nutritarian is a great way to eat and live.

sapphireblue222 says:

Nothing is going to give you as much profit as Cannabis.

Learn Organic Gardening at GrowingYourGreens says:

Jump to the following parts of this episode:
00:15 Episode Starts
04:00 Edible Backyard Garden with Little Time
05:50 Grow Perennial Vegetables instead of Annuals to Save Time
07:38 There is always space to grow food in your backyard
08:15 Grow the most valuable Crops to You
10:47 One Amazing Perennial Vegetable You should grow
11:34 Longevity Spinach: Gynura Procumbens
12:45 Printing Your OWn Money
14:50 My Favorite Perennial Vegetable: Purple Tree Collards
17:00 One No-Brainer Crop You Should Grow in Southern California
17:35 Perennial Vegetable: Gynura Bicolor / Okinawan Spinach
20:28 French Sorrel – Perennial Vegetable for Around the country
21:35 Mint –
22:32 Pigeon Pea – Increase Soil Fertility & Refried Beans
25:04 Cape Gooseberry / Goldenberry / Poha Berry – Perennial “Tomato”
26:50 Gardening teaches patience
30:09 Malabar Spinach – Warm Season Crop / Self Seeding / Propagate by Cuttings
32:00 Germinating Malabar Spinach
33:28 Moringa Perennial Leafy Green Tree
35:00 Sissoo Spinach / Brazil Spinach
36:20 Tree Collard from Seed / More True to seed
38:29 Grow Fruit Trees in Pots / Kumquat Tree
39:30 Growing Passion Fruit Vine up the Fence
40:23 Katuk – Not Looking So Good
41:22 Growing in a 1/2 Plastic Barrel
42:10 Growing Using Organic Practices
42:35 Getting Free Seaweed to Enrich Your Garden
44:30 Backyard Greenhouse Nursery
45:30 How to Propagate Cuttings in Sand from Home Depot
47:30 Tip to Rooting Plants in Sand
50:00 Other Edible Plants that may be available
51:00 Summary and What Plants Taking Home to Grow

K L says:

I purchased plants the day before you visited this place. So cool! I purchased a bunch of stuff from here and hope to get more seeds and cuttings later in the year. Thanks for all the awesome videos john. I hope one day to get to meet you so I can say thank you in person. Your videos have changed my life and I will forever be greatful.

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