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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Today, June 15th marks the first day of Monsoon season here in Arizona. Monsoon season is considered our 2nd spring and a bonus planting season for our gardens. In today’s video I share with you 3 tips for a successful Monsoon garden. If you feel like you planted late, or decided too late to start your garden, now is your chance to get a garden growing! Monsoon season is all about planting the A,B,C’s Amaranth, beans, corn, and squash. Along with traditional monsoon planting is also our second chance to plant tomatoes from seed for our fall garden. I am so excited to get another chance at tomatoes. Are you planning for your monsoon garden? #MonsoonGardening #MonsoonGardenAZ #MonsoonVegetableGarden #MonsoonGardenTips #MonsoonRainSeason #RainySeasonGarden #ArizonaGardeningTips #DesertGarden #DesertRainySeason #ArizonaVegetableGarden #DesertGardening #ExtremeHeatGardening Video Rating: / 5


  • KO Ungson 1 month ago

    I planted late for the first round but my tomatoes are producing. Everything else is just sitting there. This video made me so excited about the garden again. Good thing we get second chances thanks to our weather. I’m going to start plant new cucumbers, eggplant, and peppers. Any suggestions on peppers? Maybe a peppers video? Thanks

  • Team Benson 1 month ago

    Great explanation of our crazy AZ weather. I love Monsoon time

  • Sara Newell 1 month ago

    I don't even live in Arizona, but I love watching your channel… You're so positive and warm!

  • Robyn Davis 1 month ago

    Another very informative video. My question is about corn. How close or far apart should they be?

  • Vicki S 1 month ago

    Thank you so much. This was great information. I am an Idaho transplant and growing here has been a real learning curve for me. I knew nothing about "Monsoon" gardens but will be ripping some things out and starting some other things. I was just over (yesterday) to native seed search but some of their stuff was out of stock. I have some things that I will be trying from Baker Creek and Johnny Seeds. Thanks for the encouragement.

  • Texasgirl77077 1 month ago

    My tomato plants are finally flowering!! Eggplant and watermelon looking good! Had to bring my bell pepper plant inside though and it perked up again.

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  • Owen Ivester 1 month ago

    I got purple amaranth for native growing. Such a pretty color

  • Owen Ivester 1 month ago

    All my producing plants are way over planted and crowded. They protect each other and the soil.

  • Owen Ivester 1 month ago

    I’m not sure if it’s the compost tea or rock dust or fertilizer but my plants look awesome!

  • Owen Ivester 1 month ago

    I’m getting squash daily!

  • GG Tube 1 month ago

    incredible video as always rrjX

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