Added by on 2016-04-17

[Total: 0   Average: 0/5] John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares with you what was grown in a winter vegetable garden in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Desert South West. In this episode, you will see the results of growing a variety of crops over the winter months. After watching this episode, you will learn the most productive crops to grow over the winter in Las Vegas and similar desert climates. Video Rating: / 5

19 Comments

  • moomman89 4 years ago

    Thanks

  • BrightLightSite 4 years ago

    to bolt means the plant is putting its energy into making flowers and seeds, not any new leaf or plant growth

  • cbabyz55 4 years ago

    Please tell me where I can get the purple collards thru the mail.

  • moomman89 4 years ago

    Bolt?What's that?

  • LuvTheSnapper 4 years ago

    isn't azomite just trademarked bentonite clay?

  • RonPaulgirls 4 years ago

    RIGHT, I LIVED THERE FOR A YEAR…I LIKE THE DESERT, I KNOW THAT THE COACHELLA VALLEY WHERE PALM SPRINGS CALIF IS GROWS A LOT OF STUFF LIKE DATES, I'M SETTING UP ORGANIC GARDENS RIGHT NOW
    I'LL HAVE ANSWERS TO THESE QUESTIONS NEXT YEAR. THE SUN AND THE WIND AND THE HEAT CAN ALL BE WORKED WITH.

  • Steve N Vegas 4 years ago

    thanks 4 the update

  • Ryan Pharr 4 years ago

    Vegas gets very cold in the winter. 20 degrees + wind will kill any summer crop. Last year on Thanksgiving Day it was 17 degrees.

  • Ryan Pharr 4 years ago

    Great videos John. I am in southern Nevada and had very good luck with everything in the mustard family, except for head cabbage. Broccoli, bok choi, kholrabi, and cauliflower all did great. Also peas and volunteer lettuce from seeds from the previous season were highly productive.

    I had zero pest problems which was a nice change from the summer aphids and squash bugs.

  • ThePaleoAgrarianist 4 years ago

    Hurrrrrraaaaay! 😛

  • Andreas Mathiassen 4 years ago

    i am growing some watermelons indoors.. and I would like to know if you know when to put watermelon into flower period the wuestion is: how long should I keep it in a vegetative period before it can achieve high yields?? , René

  • Averunks 4 years ago

    @justperfect59 I think that might be powdery mildew :/

  • StatenIslandSlim 4 years ago

    Try telling Mhpgardener that he grows all winter long in a GH with amazing results

  • Foreseen G. 4 years ago

    Do you grow Goji berry plants? They are probably perennials all over the U.S. and their leaves taste great.

  • LivelyTerry 4 years ago

    John, what kind of drippers are those attached to your 1/2 inch hose?

  • justperfect59 4 years ago

    Hey John….I need help….I'm in Central Florida (Orlando) growing cucumbers in a pot…..initially the plant was beautiful but now the leaves are tuning yellow and dying they also have this kind of swirly tunneling thing going on…then they turn brown and just die……Please Help…..what do I do to save this plant?

  • MassNeurosis 4 years ago

    Soil looks to be suffering from som hardpan I think, your front garden looks bet

  • Gardening & More 4 years ago

    Convert any Barrel into Rain Barrel Affordably with a DIY kit available at Walmart??? ,i thought u lived in California? You just got grow ops all over lol

  • anthonymurray001 4 years ago

    How do I get in touch with you John? We have just started building a huge community garden in Breckenridge CO and I want to open an invitation for you to come check it out.

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