Added by on 2019-08-13

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We're doing more planting in our off-grid desert garden, using some of the most efficient techniques for saving water.

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We are Jim and Jessica, a husband and wife team who decided to make the leap from living the city life to an off-grid homestead. We have no training in carpentry or electrical work. We've come armed only with two Permaculture Design Certificates and a whole lot of determination.

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Our garden is honestly looking the best it ever has in spite of triple digit temperatures. It is a very hot time to be thinking about planting anything. One could hardly believe that we could still plant anything that would be willing to thrive. I love the quick reference monthly low desert planting reminders made by Angela from Growing In the Garden. My goal is to consistently share her suggestions each month to keep us ahead of our planting game. Plus, I find it encouraging to know that no matter how hot it is, seeds will still grow. August 15 is the date that fall/winter seed crops can be direct sown so starting thinking about that!!

Angela’s website https://growinginthegarden.com/

Maricopa Growing Calendar: https://extension.arizona.edu/sites/extension.arizona.edu/files/pubs/az1005.pdf

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