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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote September gardening in Arizona. Find out what to do this month to have a successful fall and winter garden. What you can plant in September 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 September. Want to learn more? Arizona Garden in September: Arizona Garden in September Arizona Planting Calendar: Arizona Planting Guides: Seed Sources: Seeds Now Renee’s Sticky Traps: Soil Test Kit: Organic Fertilizer: Link to buy garden grids: Use code ‘Angela10’ to save off 0. Thanks for watching! Video Rating: / 5


  • 3sunsballer 3 weeks ago

    Hi there! Thanks so much for all your tips/inspiration! I just bought the beautiful purple beans you grow. Is it a bean I can plant from seed this month? Thx! 🙂

  • Vintage Chalkboard 3 weeks ago

    Beautiful and informative video! Thank you!

  • Twlucey Healing 3 weeks ago

    It’s very disappointing to plant beautiful annuals and perennials when they’re eaten days after I’ve planted them. It’s a smorgasbord at this residence.
    What can I do to get rid of them?
    Or gopher proof what I’m planting?

  • Ariella Miriam 3 weeks ago

    Hii 🙂 I live in Arizona, is it too late to put seeds in the ground?

  • Susan Silver 3 weeks ago

    Unfortunately most everything did bad. Corn shut, birds eating seeds, or nipped off baby plants, sun killed okra, and beans never put out. I've got 1 bean plant left, maybe it will take off. Sun killed my squash too. I'm hoping I will get pumpkins, and tomatoes. My peppers got fried too. Its been a very disappointing year. I sure need help.

  • Sarah Kersten 3 weeks ago

    I use soapy water in a spray bottle on leaf footed bugs. Kills them within a minute or two.

  • Laura Harrald 3 weeks ago

    Pill bugs are eating all my seedlings. Is there an organic option for them?

  • Olya Downing 3 weeks ago

    Lovely video as always! Thank you for all the useful information! So nice it's finally cooling off even if it is just a little bit. I hope you don't mind if I ask you a question about preparing my garden bed. I have removed some exhausted summer plants and there is a layer of dry leaves and stems on top of the bed. I know some gardeners recommend leaving those to decompose naturally like mulch. Before I add a layer of fresh compost, should I remove those first, add the compost and then put them back on top, or should I just remove them completely? I don't do compost, not yet, so I won't be composting them.

  • Bryan Smith 3 weeks ago

    awesome video! Thanks for sharing

  • Sancte Alphonse 3 weeks ago

    We're in the west valley – is it too late to for the Roselle Hibiscus transplants I planted a week ago? They're still small with the seed leaves and some new leaves forming. Also, I really appreciate your website and youtube channel! Thanks for that!

  • Michelle Macias 3 weeks ago

    Do you too off your asparagus beds? If you do, do you pull the crowns up so they aren't burried too deep?

  • Denise's Deck in the Desert 3 weeks ago

    So what do you consider is a "deep" drink? 10 min, 30 minutes?

  • Jenna 3 weeks ago

    I cant wait to plant in Arizona in September! Thanks for the awesome vids!

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