We live in Dallas, TX and the soil is here is like clay. So I tried using raised gardening and Container Gardening in which I can add the fertile soil. Here it rains a lot during spring and in summer it gets very hot. We also have our first frost in mid November. I can move these pots into our garage and try to extend the lives of these plants. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHow to Make a Sun Shade Cover for Vegetable Gardens : Vegetable Gardening 101Organic Vegetable Gardening for BeginnersVegetable Gardening: What they didn’t tell you!Vegetable Gardening : How to Protect Vegetable Plants from Frost DamageVegetable Gardening : How to Protect Outdoor Plants From FrostRaised Bed Vegetable Gardening: Double Digging a French Intensive Raised Bed
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