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17 Comments

  • TexasPrepper Tom 2 years ago

    Check out this video on YouTube:?

  • LDSPrepper 2 years ago

    I would recommend finding a US city that has the same weather and search
    for gardening planting calendar for it.

  • Wayne Meador 2 years ago

    Good video David, thank you for going through this again in a single
    video…I needed it. 🙂 Wayne

  • Money Million 2 years ago

    Great idea, Thank you LDS

  • pickerick1 2 years ago

    Excellent advise my friend, Thank you! I just planted my turnip patch and
    have all my cabbage, lettuce, etc ready to go in the ground here in NC..
    Rick

  • LDSPrepper 2 years ago

    Check out “Citrus in the Snow” website for a great geothermal design.

  • Lady in white 2 years ago

    Great advice…just getting started planting my fall garden here in South
    Carolina!

  • Debbie Doud 2 years ago

    I searched on Google for my area (Saginaw County Michigan) and have not
    been able to find such a handy calendar. It seems like there would be one
    somewhere. Good resource for those that can find one. We are planning to
    expand our garden and stretch our gardening season.

  • sha whit 2 years ago

    Thanks for the tips and encouragement. I have been doing a study on winter
    gardening in the north. Dreaming about a geothermal green house for growing
    in 4 ft of snow! Looking for plans for geothermal greenhouses….only found
    one so far.

  • katiatomsk 2 years ago

    Last year I used my local planting guide for carrots. None of my gardening
    friends have ever been able to grow carrots because they plant them the
    Spring. I plant them mid Fall and leave them till early spring. I have
    great carrot harvest by following the ag extention guide and forgetting
    about the days till harvest time on the back of the seed package. So what
    my carrots are in the ground 5 months till I harvest. They taste great.

  • MaruAdventurer 2 years ago

    Thanks for the tips. `Recommended Planting Dates for North Texas` popped up
    a good guide.

  • Heartburn1220 2 years ago

    Thank you Brother Prepper. I grew some basil and pepper this summer…my
    first. You’re tips have been so helpful to me.

  • mfhmonkey 2 years ago

    Nice. My wife and I are moving to Winnsboro Tx very soon.

  • Money Million 2 years ago

    Any tips on a Caribbean calendar?Dominican rep. Great info, thank you

  • Reneeprepared 2 years ago

    Thank you for the info!! I’m in AZ similar to Texas!

  • successhomebiz 2 years ago

    We’re giving winter gardening a try. Here in the Colorado Rockies we’re
    putting in beets, kale, spinach, collards & lettuce. Our shade cloth is up
    now as it’s burning hot. Liable to change at a moments notice, Our plastic
    cover is ready to go. We’ll let you know how it turns out.

  • RLSgardener 2 years ago

    Good information. I have been using these for the last year or so. They are
    a great reference but not the rule. Play around with planting dates and
    always write down what you did so you will know if it was a success or
    failure. I would also recommend searching Google for average frost dates by
    zip code. A lot of stuff is recommend by frost dates so having that info is
    very handy.