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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Desert Garden – Huntington Library ?????????- ??????????????????? ???????????????? ??????????????? ???????????????? ???????????????? ????????????? ???????… Video Rating: 4 / 5 This is my partially shaded vegetable garden growing green in the hot desert sun. And beside it are my tobacco beds. My 3 hens give me the high nitrogen orga… Video Rating: 5 / 5

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  • mulieman1 4 years ago

    Part 1 If it’s germinated and you can see any life(green) it needs light asap. Depending where you live, give? them indirect sun light for a week or so so til hardened off to the new environment. Then expose them to the final grow area for small amounts of time til they can handle that area without getting baked. I’m in Phoenix and full sun all day here is brutal in summer. Mine get afternoon partial shade. They still wilt? a little at high noon but recover after shade comes around.

  • mulieman1 4 years ago

    Also don’t forget them? in the sun when they are little. Watch them close til they are bigger and have a better root system to draw moisture with. Good Luck

  • Thomas Jefferson 4 years ago

    I got a question here. my tobacco plant are already germinate to the point where the two small? leaves are folded not spread out yet, do I leave it in the dark or put it in the sun now ?

  • mulieman1 4 years ago

    I was able to get most of my peppers through the winter by stapling clear plastic over and around the shade frame that worked like a green house. It actually would get too hot in full sun so I had to cut? vent holes with flaps to allow hot air to escape in the day then close it up at night with the flaps. I didn’t have any tomatoes at that time. Some of my pepper plants are over two years old now. Good luck with the shaded bed and you have an awesome Christmas too!

  • Kelly Richardson 4 years ago

    So far my best production is in the Fall as well, I’m hoping my tomatos and peppers make it through this winter into spring. working on a short term shade bed now loosely based on your setup. Have a great Christmas!?

  • mulieman1 4 years ago

    Thanks GHumpty. Yes I do remove the lattices when it cools down(all except the top because it’s too difficult to get up there without compromising the structure as it’s a bit wobbly). Little pug can walk into the walkway but is too short to get up over the stacked 2X12’s. At 24 inches tall I would think most dogs would avoid jumping up into it. Especially when it is full of vegetation. So far my best pepper and tomato production has been fall.? I’ll see how well this upcoming spring goes.

  • Kelly Richardson 4 years ago

    Your garden is fantastic, I love the simple compact design. I never occured to me to use that aproach, I live in Bullhead City AZ and my peppers get blasted in the summer and I lose my? tomato’s. Do you remove the shade lattace screens in the fall and do you have problems with pets trying toget into your garden?

  • mulieman1 4 years ago

    Hi there, don’t give up on the garden. I found that the the key is shade! Before I had the shade structure I lost most everything too. When I read the seed packets from the store and it says full sun, that’s for the rest of the world but here in Phoenix I found it means partial shade. Thanks for the nice? words about the garden.