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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote June is a hot, dry month in Arizona. Find out what you can plant this month 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 the hot, dry month of June. *Tips for harvesting and preserving, plus a garden tour of what’s growing in my Arizona garden right now. Want to learn more? Arizona Garden in June: 10 Vegetables that Love Hot Summers: 10 Ways to Help Your Garden Survive Summer: Summer Gardening in Arizona: The garden labels I use in the garden: Favorite pen for writing on the labels: Trellises: Link to buy garden grids: Use code Angela10 to save 10 percent on your purchase Thanks for watching!


  • ExJW Survivor 1 month ago

    Such a helpful video! Your garden is absolutely gorgeous. One question. U mentioned needing to harvest the Roma tomatoes when they turn pink to prevent the birds from getting them. So I’m guessing they’ll continue to ripen after being picked? Just keep at room temp?

  • Jocelyn Soria 1 month ago

    None of my plants are doing anything. My tomatoes aren’t setting. Neither are my three tomatillo plants. Do you think fertilizing would help right now? Is it too hot? I’m in buckeye.

    I’m so jealous of your garden. It’s beautiful!

  • Tracy Johnson 1 month ago

    Love this video! So much useful information and inspiration. I really like that you showed how you're using your harvest. Such a beautiful garden.

  • Pennie The Accountability Queen 1 month ago

    Beautiful…thank you for all the info ❤️ love it!

  • Julie Hartman 1 month ago

    I would love to see this as a monthly series! I'm a gardening newbie and this is so perfect for us heat dwellers!

  • Chami Chami 1 month ago

    I want to start gardening veggies in my backyard here in AZ. However I'm super new to this. What veggies and herbs can I plant now ?

  • catrina garcia 1 month ago

    I love your garden

  • Veronica Waldow 1 month ago

    I’m in Chandler and have a horrible time with whiteflies and spider mites. Any advice to control them during this time of year?

  • carlyne sejour 1 month ago

    Beautiful garden ❤

  • Ann S. 1 month ago

    I'm loving your videos. My zucchini is going strong. Lots of blossoms but no vegies yet. I'm having to water my planter tomatoes twice a day. I moved them to an area with less sun and they are thriving. So thanks for the tip to watch your yard and find those "prime real estate" locations. This is the first year I've ever got anything to grow.

  • Debra Wilson 1 month ago

    How do you get seeds from black eyed peas you buy from the store? We also live in a desert area but our big box stores have hardly any variety and hardly any organic.

  • ANNE REYES 1 month ago

    Can I still grow watermelon at this time I’m also from Arizona in casa grande thank you

  • Jaya Chakladar 1 month ago

    The garden looks nice even though we are frying in this heat …. 🙂 Can you share tips about growing carrots for the next season like a how to post ? Do you have one ?

  • Ty Lam 1 month ago

    Nice garden. Where did you get your walkway arch trellis?

  • Euc Del 1 month ago

    Thanks for giving us tips on what to plant this June…

  • Ashley Anderson 1 month ago

    Your green beans looked like they were sun burned. Do you let these continue and try to thrive or do you pull them? I have a bean bed that's starting to look a little sunburned and Im not sure if I should just pull them all and replant in another location with a little more shade.

  • Mckenzie Larson 1 month ago

    You look familiar! Realized your my old next door neighbor! Every summer I try to grow flowers and always fail thanks to you I think I can do it this summer!

  • Gen Yu 1 month ago

    Your garden is colorful and very presentably. You are a master gardener on my book.

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