Posts Tagged ‘summer’

Container Garden And Raised Bed Vegetable Garden Update 3

Here I show the progress of my vegetable garden as if June 29 2012. The tomatoes are really starting to produce. I have already harvested at least 20 cherry toms so far.

Fast Growing Squash – It’s Time To Eat !

It’s been 30 days now since I planted this garden spot. The combination of summer heat and water makes for some very rapid growth. The squash and zucchini are already producing. And the corn has been side dressed and”laid by”. Vegetables grow much faster during the summer months. So if your seed packets say 50-60 days to harvest, you can usually expect a harvest a good 10-15 days sooner. This is something to keep in mind if you get in a situation where you need something to eat in a short amount of time. For people who don’t like to eat squash, it can be cooked in many ways or even eaten raw. It’s a good addition to any home garden and provides you an excellent return on your time and effoerts.

Summer Garden Update & Fall Planting List – Aug. 14, 2011

So this is a quick update of my garden. My Fall Plants will be a follows: – Turnips – Swiss Chard – Black Zucchini – Spaghetti Squash – Baby Blue Hubbard Squash – Winter Butternut Squash – American Flag Leeks – King Richard Leeks – Oriental Mustard Greens (Taisai) – Oriental Mustard Greens (Kyona) – Arugula (Rocquete) – Endive (Escarole) – Radicchio (type of endive) – Carrots Carnival Clown (Carrots grown in cold temps are sweeter higher sugar content) – Chinese Celery (Kan Tsai) I still need to purchase so of the following: – Cabbage – Broccoli – Spinach – Cauliflower (purple & standard white) – & Winter Melon (aka White Gourd, Ash Gourd, or Fuzzy Melon)

Raised Bed Heirloom Vegetable Garden Early Summer Tomatoes Squash Zucchini Peppers

This is an update video on my garden. I love checking out other peoples gardens as much as I love showing off mine so here’s another video to show the progress of my garden. I used raied beds as you can see. This was taken June 13th 2009
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Raised Bed Vegetable Garden Late Spring Early Summer Heirloom Tomatoes Squash Cucumber Zucchini

I planted all my plants from seed with the help of my children. We put our tomatoes out in April under plastic and they are doing very well. Raised bed gardening is the way to go if you don’t have good soil. We filled our beds with good composted soil and are hoping to have an awesome harvest!!!
Video Rating: 4 / 5

In the second video Patti Moreno continues to install a drip irrigation system with Leon from DripWorks USA in her main raised bed garden. Drip irrigation is one of the most important break throughs in agriculture of the last forty years. Visit: www.dripworksusa.com and http

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