Added by on 2013-04-02

[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Serious Gardener and Chef show you how to have a Weed Free Organic Vegetable Garden…we hope! Also time to plant onions sets and plan for the seed potatoes. And a visit to our favorite nursery! We are in USDA Hardiness Grow Zone 8a

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  • Avis McDaniel 7 years ago

    Really Nice! Can you do a video on? how to make rows! I have the “Vegetable Bible” but don’t know how to make the large row hills.

  • GardenNovice 7 years ago

    Will? have to try that plastic cover. Thanks for sharing that!

  • Brandon Marshall 7 years ago

    More like crazy weather. Winter has been one day in the 30s then the next in the? 70s, summer can be crazy hot.

  • Brandon Marshall 7 years ago

    Wow May..? here we have to take a change to get tomatoes out as soon as possible before it gets too hot, then they stop producing.

  • Brandon Marshall 7 years ago

    Thanks, yes the garden needs as much sun as possible, hence the middle of the yard. Hop the? new bed will not be too shaded next to the fence.

  • Brandon Marshall 7 years ago

    We think it maybe the best? Nursery in Dallas! Lucky to have a huge lot. Thanks for watching!

  • VeggieHarvest 7 years ago

    Oh, cool! You? guys have great weather!

  • d0mine11 7 years ago

    Looks like you guys have been real busy this winter. You guys look like you’ll have one heck of a good spring & summer.thanks for the? update

  • pjbridges94 7 years ago

    Frost free by the middle of March??? Ughhh I’m sooo envious! We aren’t frost free until mid May. I love your garden. I’m anxious to see if the new bed turns out as great as your? main bed from previous years. Last year you had a beautiful garden.

  • Stephanie M 7 years ago

    have you considered a low-height ground cover? crop for weed suppression? at the end of the season, you can till it right in to your soil as organic matter that will enrich the soil along w/the compost?

  • Planogardener 7 years ago

    Excellent! I’m envious of the space you have. And I’m super excited that I know of another local Nursery I can visit. Should only take me about 20 minutes to get to Covington’s. Woot!
    I hope the fabric works out well for you.
    And cute dogs! I have a beagle who is getting? all brown in the face in her older years.

  • superslyfoxx1 7 years ago

    I love your garden beds. Nice size and spaced out perfectly. You get great sun.?

  • superslyfoxx1 7 years ago

    Nice nursery.? How fun.

  • s3venvii 7 years ago

    Very cool. I still have quite a few weeks before I can start my spring garden. It will be fun to watch yours? in the mean time.