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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote How to Grow a Great Vegetable Garden in the Desert Southwest. In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike chats with Noelle Johnson, the AZ Plant Lady about how you can grow a great vegetable garden in the AZ desert southwest region. Noelle goes myth busting about vegetable varieties that many think you can’t grow in the AZ desert climate, she also teaches us some watering techniques when drought sets in, as well as her favorite plants to grow. This and so much more on this week’s episode of the Vegetable Gardening Show! WHAT WE TALKED ABOUT ===================== Growing Asparagus in the AZ desert The growing seasons in AZ and how they differ from the rest of the country Vegetable varieties that you can grow in the AZ desert climate that may surprise you Surprising fact about the nation’s lettuce supply Noelle’s suggestion of what to plant to provide natural shade for your tomato plants Battling drought in the AZ desert climate HELPFUL LINKS ============= AZ Plant Lady – Ramblings from a Desert Garden ( Olla ( AZ Plant Lady on Facebook ( AZ Plant Lady on Twitter ( BUY MIKE’S BOOK =============== Vegetable Gardening For The Average Person: A Guide To Vegetable Gardening For The Rest Of Us ( HELP SUPPORT THE VEGETABLE GARDENING SHOW BY SUBSCRIBING TO THE SEEDS OF THE MONTH CLUB TODAY ================================================ Seeds of the Month Club ( Follow the Vegetable Gardening Show On: ================================== YouTube ( Facebook ( Twitter ( Pinterest ( Instagram ( -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: “#274: Expert Gardening Tips to Help You Grow Your Best Garden Yet | Gardenerd’s Christy Wilhelmi” -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- How to properly water in Arizona’s desert heat. Video Rating: / 5


  • Sina ahmad 1 year ago

    I'm sure with shade cloth you can grown most anything?

  • Megan White 1 year ago

    As a native to New Mexico, its very true that the beauty just floors you. Thank you for this video! I've moved to southern New Mexico and I'm trying to set up my first vegetable garden.

  • eline65 1 year ago

    If you do a good and deep, then for trees, you only need once every couple weeks, depending on the tree type

  • GrowSomethingGreen 1 year ago

    Thank you for showing us. I try to do that with my tree once or twice a week.

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