Added by on 2018-08-16

[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Finally, I have my first vegetable, fruit and herb garden tour for you! This is my first summer in Southern California and my first garden in heat up to 119 degrees F. Watch as I tell you how I almost quit gardening after this move, and show you my raised bed gardens as well as my waist-high elevated patio “Salad Bar’ garden as I’m putting it together. Lots of ups and downs in learning how to grow food in the heat of the desert but I’m getting the swing of it now! ❤️ LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS VIDEO: How To Winter Sow Your Seedlings in Milk Jugs – Click PLAY ALL to binge watch! ❤️ SHOP SEEDS HERE: SAVE 10% on all your organic, heirloom seeds using this link only: ❤️ SHARE THIS VIDEO: My Vegetable Desert Garden Tour – Growing Vegetables, Herbs and Fruit in the California Desert Heat ❤️ JOIN OUR COMMUNITY ON FACEBOOK! Learn how to gorgeous, organic veggie, fruit and herb seedlings from seed out in the snow, cold or heat in free plastic jugs for next to nothing! Join my Veggie Winter Sowing Community for support, fun and training: ❤️ SUPPORT MY CHANNEL and help feed my 2 rowdy dachshunds by doing all your Amazon shopping at this special link. We all thank you for your ongoing support! 🙂 SHOP HERE AND BOOKMARK THIS LINK: ▬▬▬▬▬▬♥☮☯ஜ۩۞ F O L L O W ۞۩ஜ☯☮♥ ▬▬▬▬▬▬ Find Sheryl on these other websites too. ♥ Join this VEGGIE WINTER SOWING FACEBOOK GROUP (Vegetable Gardening with Sheryl Mann): ♥ YOUTUBE: – Subscribe for more how-to, close-up gardening videos! ♥ FACEBOOK: ♥ PINTEREST: Pin me! ♥ TWITTER: ♥ GOOGLE+: […]


  • Susan Ortiz 10 months ago

    Kudos to you for not giving up!! Thanks for sharing your journey!

  • carmen ross 10 months ago

    I like the fact that I am also in the desert and i want to know your secrets and advices

  • carmen ross 10 months ago

    where did u get those tub ?

  • carmen ross 10 months ago

    what kinda soil do you get? do you make them? thanks

  • carmen ross 10 months ago

    are those perlite in the soil? those white things?

  • Denise Stone 10 months ago

    Great to have you back! Missed your videos. I have always grown kale, romaine, butter crunch lettuce, radishes and onions. This year I also tried carrots (didn’t do well but collecting seeds), dill, spinach, basil, tomatoes and potatoes. Love your garden and please don’t ever give up!

  • Caroline Honse 10 months ago

    other fast-growing things for salad garden: baby bok choi, radish, baby leaf spinach, baby Parisienne carrots, beets for baby greens

  • jojesse42407 10 months ago

    Sheryl! I love your vids! Im in cali too! Peas and carrots are harder to grow here and especially during these months. With our temps I'd start peas and carrots in sept-april. Also there is a youtuber MIgardener who has an organic seed shop. I only buy his seeds now, they're only $1 a pack and u get great quantity and quality. I have great germination rates especially with my carrots! You kinda blew me away when you brought up water safe drip irrigation…… why had I never thought of that? I want to rip out my plastic one now, and feel so ashamed for using it. I never use plastic for heating anything up in, so why did I not think of that when installing the drip irrigation!? Looking forward to any tips on a better solution, would love to know! Pvc pipes?

  • L. J. Bush 10 months ago

    I'm not growing any salad stuff sweet basil, vulgare oregano and a mint mix, several different pepper varieties and 4 varieties of tomatoes, 2 peanut varieties, strawberry popcorn and trying to get 2 varieties of olive trees to germinate.Trying to get some strawberry trees to grow, they germinate ok and they are supposed to grow really fast but so far I have not even gotten any up to the size of a pepper seedling when they still just have their seed leaves.
    I don't know if it really matters on the length of the videos, I hope things work out great for you guys out there.

  • Enrique Gonzalez 10 months ago

    Loving your garden but I have to ask, where are the flowers? You are in excellent weather for some sunflowers. They create shade for your plants and they can clean toxins from your soil.

  • CustomGardenSolutions 10 months ago

    I am new to your channel. Everything looks great. Thanks.

  • Storie Colopy 10 months ago

    Long videos!! So happy to see you again!

  • DD Pierce 10 months ago

    Very cool, er uhm, hot! Good for you sticking with it. You are adjusting quickly. Stuff grows so fast out there, I'm jealous about that. Looking forward to seeing your progress!

  • Suzanne Miller 10 months ago

    There is another gardener near to you who is doing YouTube garden videos…Robbie and Gary. They are big wood chip and compost proponents…plant directly in wood chips and waste foods and are having terrific success. A collab video in your future perhaps?

  • We Can Paint It 10 months ago

    Very nice video 16 years ago we moved away from So Cal which I don't regret only do miss the year long growing season. Your long videos are fine. What I do is put the speed on 1.50 or 1.25 that way your whole video can be watched..

  • Beccijo Neff 10 months ago

    I have lots of greens and herbs right outside the kitchen door. I am changing this up as we move into fall. So much rain this year in the northeast and just not enough bees.

  • Papa Roy 10 months ago

    Suggest you do not over prune your watermelons.

  • Tyler Savage 10 months ago

    I like your video's.

  • Chris Towerton 10 months ago

    Thank you… I will carry your enthusiasm throughout my day! ;-)… I liked seeing the full tour, but as I watch these in the morning before I start my day, shorter videos are my vote :-)… Chris xox

  • Brooke Busby 10 months ago

    thank you!!! I'm in zone 7 Oklahoma I am extremely excited to try winter sowing vegetables this year will be my first time, I wouldn't have even thought it was possible at least the peppers and tomatoes if I hadn't stumbled upon your YouTube channel, so thank you so much for all your detailed videos! I love salad bar gardens btw, just got done doing fall plantings of arugula, lettuces, spinach and carrots 🙂 ever tried orach?

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