Added by on 2019-10-15

[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Last Wednesday we had the biggest rainfall we have had all monsoon season. It began raining two hours after we deep soaked our beds and containers on our watering day. Nonetheless, we were grateful for the rain and we captured about 5 gallons of rainwater in buckets. We are still picking okra every day and seedlings are emerging all over the garden, even in my plastic drawer of cups. Many of my tomatoes are putting on new growth so that’s promising for fall tomato harvest. Last night we had a monsoon that amounted to off and on gusts of wind but it did pull the temperature down into the low 90s so it made for a nice evening on the patio. September Planting Calendar courtesy of #WhatCanIPlantInSeptemberZone9b #SeptemberDesertGardening #SeedsToPlantInSeptemberLowDesert #FallDesertVegetableGarden #FallDesertColdCrops #Zone9b #DesertVegetableGarden #ArizonaGardeningTips #GrowFoodFromSeedAZ #HowToGardenInArizona #ArizonaGarden #GrowYourOwnFood #ArizonaBackyardGarden #UrbanGarden Video Rating: / 5


  • Kinetic Kittens 9 months ago

    that definitely looks like purslane! Do you keep yours? If not, I'll take it off your hands XD I have a video on how to prepare it if you need tips 🙂

  • The Naked Gardener 9 months ago

    I see we have similar growing zones. I never have grown or tasted rutabaga before. How do you prepare that? I have had the WORST luck with celery last year. Thanks for sharing.

  • Team Benson 9 months ago

    We are so close to fall!!!!

  • Ballet Plus 9 months ago

    Thanks so much for doing this!. I look forward to seeing more of your videos!

  • Abby Lopez 9 months ago

    still my favorite youtube channel. Thanks for all the new Sep. info!

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