Added by on 2019-07-19

[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote We are exactly one month away from time to plant our low desert Fall Garden. In today’s video we take a quick tour of the garden prior to watering Sunday evening. The biggest challenge we faced this week was adjusting everything to Monsoon season. The winds are beginning to get so strong that we are having to make some adjustments. Most everything is hanging in through the heat and cantaloupes are almost ready to pick!! We finally got some planting chores done. We filled in the Tepary Bean gap that didn’t sprout from the original monsoon planting. We filled up the little edible flower bed with sunflowers, zinnias, and pumpkins. Towards the end of the video we go over several of the plants that you can consider planting in your fall low desert garden. I get the planting calendar and a regular calendar out and chat with you about my plan for seeds. Maricopa Growing Calendar: #LowDesertFallGardenPlanning #FallDesertVegetableGarden #FallDesertColdCrops #MonsoonPlanting #ArizonaGardeningTips #MonsoonGarden #GrowFoodFromSeedAZ #HowToGardenInArizona #ArizonaGarden #GrowYourOwnFood #ArizonaBackyardGarden #UrbanGarden #CityGarden #ContainerGardening #Permaculture #DesertGardening #RaisedBeds Video Rating: / 5


  • Carole Geddes 2 months ago

    Thank you APM! Loved your tour, kids and work philosophy. Please, what is the name of that gorgeous tree behind you during your intro and closing? Thanks again

  • J Ruth 2 months ago

    How much of each veggie do you plant for your family?

  • Kinetic Kittens 2 months ago

    thanks so much for including your sowing/starting plans!

  • The Naked Gardener 2 months ago

    I like that garden strategy. Garden. Pool. Garden. Pool. We just semi-finished our tomato alley today. Going to be posting on IG tomorrow. Nice chart there. I was getting mine from Farmer's Almanac or something. It wasn't as detailed as that one.

  • BEARFRUIT GARDENING 2 months ago

    I feel like my sugar baby watermelon stopped growing too…hmmmm… thank you for the update.

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