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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote August gardening in Arizona. Find out what to do this month to have a successful fall and winter garden. What you can plant in August in hot climates. *Which VEGETABLES to plant and whether to plant seeds or transplants. *Which garden tasks should be done to help your garden survive and thrive during August. Want to learn more? Arizona Garden in August: https://growinginthegarden.com/arizona-garden-in-august/ Arizona Planting Calendar: https://growinginthegarden.bigcartel.com/product/perpetual-planting-and-harvest-calendar-for-the-low-desert-of-arizona Arizona Planting Guides: https://growinginthegarden.com/category/planting-guides/ Soil Test Kit: https://amzn.to/2WYwsq9 Organic Fertilizer: https://amzn.to/2Vk4aGE Link to buy garden grids: https://gim.ositracker.com/140976/10616 Use code ‘Angela10’ to save off 0. Thanks for watching!

18 Comments

  • Jenny Lee 3 months ago

    Yikes I just found your channel and am about 2 weeks late to plant what you have recommended in your video. Any chance I can still try now?

  • Mark 1 3 months ago

    Hi I’m new here enjoy your video. I’m in Las Vegas so looks like we have similar growing areas.

  • Rick Barnett 3 months ago

    Hi Angela, The code Angela10 didn’t work at Garden in minutes. Maybe you need to renew with them to pass that along? I was able to get a code from them that worked. I just LOVE your content!!

  • Nancy E 3 months ago

    When can we plant strawberries? Any special tips? Putting in my 1st square foot garden this week.

  • Rick Barnett 3 months ago

    Wondering what irrigation hose and fittings you use. I bought Mel B. Square Foot Gardening book but it’s not in there.

  • Vicki Cade 3 months ago

    Can I start seeds now for tomatoes, lettuce, arugula, herbs, etc?

  • MaryBeth McDonald 3 months ago

    Great video. Hope to watch more along the way !!!!

  • JaNaeJackman24 3 months ago

    What were the squash called that you showed right after pumpkins? I have some that are very similar and I'm not sure what they are

  • Kristen Mayo 3 months ago

    I LOVE that you are in Mesa and your info is low desert specific since I live in Gilbert. Since finding your website and watching your videos, my garden has been the best it's been (plus you inspire me to give it tender loving care). This is the first year I've planted tomato plants. Do they die and you have to keep replanting seeds or transplant? I read that someone rooted a tomato sucker? I will need to look that up on how to do that. My tomatoes just don't want to turn red (both the roma and cherry). Is there something I need to be doing other than fertilizer & a good watering schedule? Plus, the birds seem to peck holes in the cherry tomatoes before they even have a chance to turn red or is something else eating/hurting them? Thanks for all you do!

  • Andrea Maya 3 months ago

    Hello! I have a quick question. I’m starting to garden but I am not sure what soil to put in my garden. Can you please help me please.

  • Patrick Otte 3 months ago

    This channel is literally Gold! Much love from Marana Az

  • Erica Rodriguez 3 months ago

    I'm so happy I found your channel! I feel like Ive been searching for so long to find information specific to this area!

  • DiannaRPh 3 months ago

    Given we are having a longer than usual, very hot and dry summer… should I delay usual planting a couple weeks? I live in Phoenix and have not seen a drop of rain in my area yet this summer. Thanks in advance for your channel — after much searching was great to find another Zoni gardner 🙂

  • Flower in the Desert Gardening. 3 months ago

    Thank you. This is very helpful.

  • Thank you so much, I’m new at gardening so your channel is going to help me so much. I live in Gilbert.

  • Michelle Stelter 3 months ago

    Love your channel and blog so much! 🙂 Just curious, what exposure is your yard?

  • Austin Edible Gardens 3 months ago

    So clear and concise. Great delivery too!

  • 001jonpeterson 3 months ago

    Nice to find a southern AZ specific garden channel!

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