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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote July gardening in Arizona. Learn about monsoon gardening, what it is, and what to plant. Find out what you can plant in July and how to help your garden survive the heat of an Arizona summer. *Which FLOWERS and VEGETABLES to plant and whether to plant seeds or transplants. *Which garden tasks should be done to help your garden survive and thrive during July. Want to learn more? Arizona Garden in July: Arizona Gardening in July 10 Vegetables that Love Hot Summers: https://growinginthegarden.com/vegetables-that-love-hot-summers-and-how-to-grow-them/ 10 Ways to Help Your Garden Survive Summer: https://growinginthegarden.com/10-ways-to-help-your-garden-survive-summer/ Summer Gardening in Arizona: https://growinginthegarden.com/summer-gardening-in-arizona/ Organic Fertilizer: https://amzn.to/2Vk4aGE Asparagus Fertilizer: https://amzn.to/31moCKG Sweet Potato Fertilizer: https://amzn.to/3i6tZUg The garden labels I use in the garden: https://amzn.to/3cu1XOR Favorite pen for writing on the labels: https://amzn.to/2z6DBw5 Trellises: https://www.twobrothersmetalworks.com/ Link to buy garden grids: https://gim.ositracker.com/140976/10616 Use code Angela10 to save 10 percent on your purchase Thanks for watching! Video Rating: / 5

15 Comments

  • Kelley Spears 1 month ago

    Have you had any problems with tiny black ants attacking your luffa?

  • Omg i live here and i need local info like this! Thank you so much! It makes having more fun easier!! 🙂

  • Linda Schmidt 1 month ago

    Thank you so much for making these videos!!! Our climate is so different than other areas and we need your local knowledge. Look forward to more!

  • Miranda D 1 month ago

    What type of soil do you use for your transplant containers?

  • Sonja S 1 month ago

    Your videos are so helpful! Any kind of pumpkins?

  • valeriebadalian 1 month ago

    Hello, thank you so much for your videos! This is my first season ever to grow anything, and I find your information very helpful! I live in Tucson, so our climate is almost the exact same. I’m wondering if you ever do consultations, either in person or via zoom? I have some planning questions.

  • Jane Anne Gibbs 1 month ago

    These videos are incredibly helpful for those of us living in some extreme challenging climates and soils. The videos are such a treat I'm beginning to get more excited to see a new one posted than when I see there's another episode of the British "Gardener's World" to watch. "Gardener's World" is a delight for those who love green and growing things, but the soil and climate conditions most presenters hail from are rarely to be found for those of us in low desert. I live in the African Sahel, so while I"m not truly low-desert (thank goodness, no caliche, though), Growing in the Garden is much more relevant to my gardening experience. There are NO extensive gardening videos to help those of us gardening in the Sahel. South Africa has some videos, but that climate is vastly different from the Sahel. Keep up the good work! Truly a delight and welcome aide.

  • Stevie P 1 month ago

    I appreciate the advice to start our seeds now. Broccoli, cauliflower, and Brussel sprouts. I love the recommendations for what to prepare for!

  • The Growing Gardener 1 month ago

    Thank you so much for this real-time tips on what to plant and plan for. Very helpful. I do have one question, which may sound silly, but I always hear gardeners talking about "adding" compost and "adding mulch" but I never hear any issues about taking anything out of the garden beds. How does that work? Do you ever have to take old soil out of the gardens to make room for new soil and compost?

  • Martin Jr 1 month ago

    Great tips!! I learn so much from you I live in Texas

  • Julie Tripp 1 month ago

    What's your favorite soil?

  • Connor Griffin 1 month ago

    This is very helpful, thank you for putting these videos together! I'm a new gardener who got a late start this spring, and it's confusing seeing the 'second summer' in the UofA extension guide but not mentioned anywhere else online. So many online guides say it's too hot to plant anything in July or August here, but the extension guide suggests squash, pepper, and tomato in July and August.

  • The LaLa Farm 1 month ago

    Your video's are always excellent and have tons of great information. One of your notes was to not compost tomato plants – why is that?

  • Ella Knecht 1 month ago

    I wish I came across your page months ago! This was SO helpful! Thank you!

  • Elizabeth Gould 1 month ago

    This was so helpful! Thank you so much for posting these videos. My garden is looking so much better since I started watching your videos. You're awesome.

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