Added by on 2020-07-01

[Total: 0   Average: 0/5] It might be hard to believe that you can grow anything in the hot Arizona desert, but it is possible. We garden year round and if you know the tricks you can have great success. May & June have small planting calendars. However, in July you will see more variety added back into our planting as we prepare Monsoon gardens. For this month’s list I sourced from Growing In the Garden, The Potter’s Bench, The Urban Farm and the Maricopa extension calendars. This offered a bit more variety for those that may have been gardening on a miscalculated time schedule. The tour is pretty fun because so many things are happy and thriving in the garden. It’s hard to believe that we planted all of this a little over a month ago. We end today’s video with a brief chat about the fertilizers or nutrients that I have been using. #WhatYouCanPlantInMay #WhatYouCanPlantInMayZone9b #WhatYouCanPlantInMayDesertGarden #ExtremeHeatGardening #DesertGarden #CanYouGardenInArizona #ArizonaVegetebleGarden #StrawbaleGarden #StrawbaleGardenAZ #StrawbaleGardenArizona #ArizonaGardeningTips #FertilizersIUse #GardenFertilizers

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8 Comments

  • INTUITIVE & INSPIRED ART 3 days ago

    Which variety of strawberry do you plant in the desert?

  • Lissette Carrillo 3 days ago

    Hi there! Gardening out in the east valley! Where do you like to purchase your seeds? Do you have a preference?

  • Awakenthemasses2016 the truth 3 days ago

    What are you doing to get your strawberries to produce? I have three plants two are still small and one large one that is only sending out runners but no berries.

  • Sheila Fade 3 days ago

    I need to get that organic plus

  • Abby Lopez 3 days ago

    The blue hubbard looks AMAZING, btw. I’m kicking myself for not planting any.

  • Stephanie Jo Rountree 3 days ago

    Your garden is looking awesome!

  • Elia Azcarate 3 days ago

    I'm kind of worried now, I water my tomatos everyday but they look fine. Maybe because mine are in a plastic container and get dry sooner.

  • Marletta England 3 days ago

    Love your garden. I especially like the wire trellis arch. I’m amazed at how much you’re growing in your garden, especially since you’re in Arizona. Love your channel.

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