Added by on 2018-02-13

[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Here in Arizona, this winter we had a great weather for the most part, so I am able to grow tomatoes, bell peppers and a couple of other things. I hope you find this video helpful and if you have any questions, please post them in the comment section and I will answer them. If you find this episode helpful, please click the LIKE button below the video; it would mean a lot to me. And if you would like to see more videos about organic gardening, gardening tips, healthy recipes and cooking tips, healthy lifestyle and home and kitchen tips and tricks, please subscribe to my YouTube channel by clicking on the link below: SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUAHGFXPhbUUqxhDkstGjNw?sub_confirmation=1 SUPPORT MY CHANNEL WHEN SHOPPING ON AMAZON: https://www.amazon.com/?ie=UTF8&tag=homeandgar081-20 MY VIDEO EQUIPMENT: Camera – Nikon D7200: http://amzn.to/2j03CRf Microphone – Rode: http://amzn.to/29pFcer Tripod – Manfrotto: http://amzn.to/29pFiTq Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/howtoknowto/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/SashasOldSchool Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/SashasOldSchool/ Old School Home & Garden with Sasha Video Rating: / 5

17 Comments

  • Wendi Martines 8 months ago

    Today is Feb 12 and I want to start growing. What can I start growing? I live in Phoenix AZ.

  • Louisiana Gardening Family 8 months ago

    Keep the vids coming check out our channel I'm enjoying yours:)

  • Brianna Holton 8 months ago

    I just moved to Arizona not long I love your video! I look forward to learning more about gardening in Arizona. Your garden is beautiful

  • Rose Hernandez 8 months ago

    We all whine when it gets hot here in Phoenix, don't feel alone, and I'm a 4th generation Phoenician. Love your garden, and your tomatoes are beautiful. I better get busy. Blessings!

  • Backyard Homestead 8 months ago

    I'm so completely jealous of your weather, short sleeves, and everything you have growing right now!! Watching this video gave me an extreme case of spring fever!!Everything looks nice!! Thanks!! -Lea

  • Cielo de Cantabria 8 months ago

    Very nice! much love from Texas zone 9!

  • Purple Sweet Pea 8 months ago

    Hello, Just found your lovely allotment channel, I have one too, would be great if you could check it out and sub me up if you haven't done so already. Take Care Claire 🙂

  • Joe Nawrocki 8 months ago

    hello Natasha. My tomato seeds are in the same red cups you use .I put them in a tray with about 1/2 in. water and 3 holes in bottom. but it takes at least 24 hours to wick up into seed cup. I am here in Az. yOURS only TAKES 30 MINUTES ?? Comments.

  • J Merritt 8 months ago

    Happy New Year Sasha, nice to see green somewhere! guess its time I come out of my depression. your spirited videos always cheer me up. thank you. good gardening.

  • I'll Eat For Food 8 months ago

    Just came across your channel! Let's support each other.

  • Fensterfarm Greenhouse 8 months ago

    Sounds like you have to enjoy those mild temps when you can there Sasha. Doesn't last long enough does it!
    Great to see everything sister!
    Chuck

  • UT33200 8 months ago

    Lots of really cool stuff going on. Thanks for the share.

  • sierra hiker 8 months ago

    WAIT A MINUTE no basel!!!! no garlic !!!!!!!! equals NO PESTO OH MY MY ,WHAT ARE YOU GROWING TOMATOES FOR ??? LOL LOVE TO YOU

  • Midwest Gardener 8 months ago

    Wow, Sasha, citrus, tomatoes, peppers, and herbs too! Sorry about the cucumbers though. And to top it off good weather……I'm officially jealous now. It's interesting that the extreme heat makes the oranges and grapefruits smaller. It was just so nice to see some things growing outside! You guys enjoy!

  • BobMels Gardens 8 months ago

    Great tour Sasha. You really have plenty going on there. Best wishes Bob.

  • MrPaka420 8 months ago

    Garden looking very promising,,,,,I getting ready to germinate my hot peppers

  • MrPaka420 8 months ago

    Tomatoes love sun and warmer weather, and do much better, do you ad epson salt before you plant it ?

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