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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Wondering how I keep my garden alive and thriving during Arizona summers? I share my best tips to help get your garden ready and keep it alive during triple-digit heat. The video includes tips on providing SHADE for your summer garden, how to WATER your garden, and WHICH VEGETABLES to plant. Watering Grids: https://amzn.to/2Yn3Ysg or https://gim.ositracker.com/140976/10616 Shade Cloth: 40% https://amzn.to/3bRSH7b 50% https://amzn.to/3f91Omc 70% https://amzn.to/2WbWKVv Want to learn more? 10 Vegetables that Love Hot Summers: https://growinginthegarden.com/vegeta… 10 Ways to Help Your Garden Survive Summer: https://growinginthegarden.com/10-way… Summer Gardening in Arizona: https://growinginthegarden.com/category/gardening-in-arizona/summer-gardening/ How to Create Shade in the Garden How to Create Shade in the Garden Best Way to Water Raised Beds Best Way to Water Raised-Bed Gardens Video Rating: / 5

16 Comments

  • Canadian proud ! get outdoors ! 1 month ago

    Amazing tips thanks! I noticed our city WATER was hard on plants so I bought a cartridge to go on hose tap I can tell my plants love it !

  • Mohommed Ameen Ahmed 1 month ago

    Thankyou

  • Backyard Gardening & Cooking 1 month ago

    It’s hot here in Houston Texas too. The heat is always a challenge in the garden.

  • cookies 1 month ago

    You didnt even cover the basics on how to keep your beer cool while gardening in Arizona .. im kinda disappointed 😉

  • Maricela Hinojosa 1 month ago

    What is the square footage of your yard? I'm trying to decide how big of a space I would need to plan out some raised beds.

  • Maricela Hinojosa 1 month ago

    I love gardening and struggle with keeping my garden alive during the hot summer and this is exactly what I needed. I hope there was more information about how to garden in hot climates such as your channel. Thank you for the helpful tips that I will sure implement in my own garden. I love your garden and hope this summer is a better one in my garden.

  • Faith F 1 month ago

    I lived in Ky for over 40 years and had a pretty big garden most of my life….a few years ago, i moved to surprise Az….my first attempt at a garden was awful….two years later, i finally have a garden growing pretty well this year….my timing is still a little off (we never put stuff in the ground before mother's day weekend in ky)….but i have noticed that i'm struggling a little with the bugs out here in arizona…suggestions?

  • The Growing Gardener 1 month ago

    Hi, do you have any tips and advice on peppers? It seems like there's such a small window for them to produce between them not liking cool nights (below 50), to dropping blossoms after 90* it sends impossible odds to grow them in arrid climates, but I'm sure others know tricks that I don't…

  • Derek 1 month ago

    Great tips, thanks!

  • Akshar Patel 1 month ago

    Urgent!!!!!!

    I just observed that your metal grid is touching the bulb. Consider the situation where the bulb is broken and electricity passes from bulb to grid. In that situation, it will be a hazardous condition for anyone who touches the grid unknowingly.

    Please take care fo that…

  • Southern Entertaining 1 month ago

    Hi Angela found you over on Instagram. We are in GA so I totally understand about the heat. Thanks for sharing the great tips!

  • Emily Clement Stevens 1 month ago

    Amazing information. Thanks for sharing your knowledge and encouragement. What else do you do? Canning? Chickens?

  • Sonja S 1 month ago

    I’m a gardener here in the Arizona too. I find your videos very helpful and inspiration to watch. Love your garden!!

  • The Growing Gardener 1 month ago

    Thank you! This answers SO many questions for me. I'm a new gardener in zone 9b in Santa clarita CA and I tried to start some "summer" plants such as watermelon, butternut squash and tomatoes as early as February because I knew from last year that the middle of the summer really is our dormant season. I even had a tomato ripening tomatoes at Christmas time. I have SO much to learn

  • Janice Dias 1 month ago

    ❤️ I don't know if UAE heat is similar to Arizona, we had a 42 degree day in Dubai and more such days to come. This video was helpful.
    Are you still growing tomatoes? I have read that they don't ripen in extreme heat..

  • Barb Mills 1 month ago

    This is one of your best videos! Keep going girl. You have a lot to offer. I am so happy I found your site.

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