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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Wondering which vegetables can take the heat during an Arizona summer? Take a look at what I’m growing and planting to get my Mesa, Arizona garden ready for summer. Video also Includes what to plant in May and information about how to grow Malabar Spinach, Roselle Hibiscus, Sweet Potatoes, Tomatillos, Lisianthus, Tomatoes, Zinnias, Peppers, Basil, Corn, Leeks, Sunflowers, Zucchini, I’itoi Onions, Ground Cherries and more. Keep watching for an end of April garden tour. Want to learn more? Arizona Garden in May: https://growinginthegarden.com/arizona-garden-in-may/ 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/ Thanks for watching! Video Rating: / 5

16 Comments

  • Marilynn Methven 2 months ago

    I love your channel! We are leaving Alaska after 21 years and buying in Willcox. I cannot wait to grow all the things. I have been fairly limited here Zone 2-3 some years we get away with zone 4. So, Arizona is going to be a wonderful change. I grow Stupice tomatoes up here and tomatillos! Glad to see you growing them!

  • anonymos 2 months ago

    Glad to have found your channel. If you added the location I would have found you a lot earlier. Oh well, better late than never I guess. You just earned a new subscriber. I will share with friends for sure. Take care.

  • Pinay In the USA 2 months ago

    Hello? can I ask do you fertilize your vegetables? if you do when do you do it and what kind do you use.Thank you.

  • Ruby Crisp 2 months ago

    what kind of Sunflowers do you plant?? I live in South Texas and it is very hot here too but at least we get some humidity.

  • Ruth e 2 months ago

    Where did you get the drip system in the boxes?

  • Robert McManus 2 months ago

    Your videos and blog were my inspiration and education when I started gardening last year (I am in Glendale). You do such a good job explaining and informing everyone and your garden is amazing. Keep up the great great work and thank you for all that you do!

  • Chris Chamilothoris 2 months ago

    don't cut asparagus the first two years

  • Jerris Richards 2 months ago

    You have such a beautiful garden full of veggies. If I may ask what do you use to control Rolly Pollies aka pill bugs???? They seem to eat my baby plants at the stems. I plant seeds and when one pops up wham a pill bug is around. Love your youtube channel and now I'm binge watching. Thank you!! Pill bugs??

  • Jocelyn Soria 2 months ago

    My peppers failed AGAIN. Will we get another planting time for them before fall? Can try and start some seeds again here soon?

  • Janice Dias 2 months ago

    What's your heat like… ?

  • Thank you for the information! This is exactly what I am looking for to help me get started! Great video!

  • Nancy M Weasel 2 months ago

    I live in Las Vegas and have struggled to learn to grow in this heat compared to the Eastern US

  • Ashley Watts 2 months ago

    Wonderful Job!! When do you start your Sweat Peas?

  • NikO D 2 months ago

    Love your video and Instagram posts! The month by month planting boards are really helpful since I also live in Arizona.
    I have some iitoi onions that I planted last fall. I have been enjoying the green tops all winter, but they seem to be dying now. I want to save some and plant them in the fall like your blog says. I was wondering if I am supposed to cut off the green tops before I cure them in a shady dry area.

    Thanks again for all your helpful tips!

  • Gen Yu 2 months ago

    Your garden looks beautiful.

  • Salzanic Legend 2 months ago

    Thanks for the information!

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