Added by on 2017-09-20

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com shows you what you can grow in the summer heat in Las Vegas where the temperatures exceed 100 degrees. He visits the Spring Preserve’s Vegetable Garden that is planted out by the Master Gardeners to survive in the Desert Heat. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsEasy Vertical Hydroponics Tower Garden – Even Beginners Can Grow Food5 Easy Steps to Start a Vegetable Garden in Las Vegas or AnywhereContainer Garden Summer Update #4 Harvest Raw Food Vegetable GardeningSummer Backyard Raised Bed Vegetable Garden TourSummer Edible Raised Bed Vegetable Garden TourVegetable Gardening : Vegetables to Grow in a Summer Garden

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20 Comments

  • Kurt Turner 4 weeks ago

    you suck

  • Renee N. 4 weeks ago

    Most helpful! This will be my first year attempting to veg garden here in southern NV. It's been challenging finding versions of vegetables I like that are tolerant to extreme heat. I really want to take a crack at pickling cucumbers and this has kind of emboldened me.

  • lvrocker 4 weeks ago

    not really a 'how-to' like the title says, more of just a demo of plants that grow in the heat.

  • Garden Sheds Kent 4 weeks ago

    As for me, I guess summer is the toughest season to grow different crops, Therefore, learning these ideas could truly manipulate us whenever we want to set up a garden during the said season. I appreciate the learning that I have gained. Thank you! 

  • Sheds Direct Manchester 4 weeks ago

    To grow food in vegetable gardens require valuable information regarding on the extreme conditions of the weather. However, learning an advice could be of great help to be definitely aware in times of planning or creating a garden. 

  • calitovegas408 4 weeks ago

    god dammit it's SPRINGS with an S

  • wheeliegrl 4 weeks ago

    some reason John sounds like the whole video hes bent outta shape, like his girl just broke up with him or something lol. And other thing I noticed, your always talking down when u review peoples gardens., At least they are growing, even if it isnt something you eat. Maybe they arent growing it, because they dont want to (spinach). Point our more positives instead of shouldnt grow this, didnt do that etc., Just a suggestion

  • sassyleochick 4 weeks ago

    Thanks for noticing that, and the quick laugh I got out of it, lol.

  • Mercedes Adames 4 weeks ago

    living in Vegas I found all my tomato plants did very well in containers so did my peppers and zucchini. My herbs did great. M in Las Vegas.

  • Kasie7 4 weeks ago

    thanks for posting 🙂 that green pepper and okra plant were interesting to see haha

  • Kennie Diamond 4 weeks ago

    00:40 what the fuck is that a dick tree in the background?

  • Clay Pruzinsky 4 weeks ago

    Great video, I starting a small garden today and this was very very helpful.

  • Gamersnews.com 4 weeks ago

    Nice video I am looking for stuff to plant in Palm Springs CA over the summer. I already had the sunflowers and beans going. Just remember to give the sunflowers a good head start. I have leafy greens growing under the sunflowers shade as well.

  • Learn Organic Gardening at GrowingYourGreens 4 weeks ago

    THANK YOU! I plan out and carefully select scenes for all my video shoots 🙂 I take this seriously. This is my creative side coming out. I thought they were fabulous in real life, and they came out great in the shoot too! Thanks for recognizing it!

  • RVFreeDa 4 weeks ago

    Hi there, I read that Sunflowers hate beans. That was after I planted my Big Mama Lima beans next to my tomatoes! But they are doing okay so far. I'm down in Anaheim. Thanks for your great video's!

  • Learn Organic Gardening at GrowingYourGreens 4 weeks ago

    Marlbar Spinach can be "invasive" in the tropics.. since that is its native climate. Although properly "controlled", I think an edible invasive plant, if contained in your garden is a good thing ;).

  • Learn Organic Gardening at GrowingYourGreens 4 weeks ago

    Already been there. The video is uploading now 🙂

  • DavidKimFX 4 weeks ago

    John, all your videos have been fantastic. You'd make a great host and really should have your own TV show on HGTV or something.

  • phantomcreamer 4 weeks ago

    Those purp beans look like the burgandy beans I bought from seedsofchange. Last year I grew the beans around the fence of my garden and peas up my sunflowers. Maybe I'll switch to the beans with sunflowers, because the sunflowers and Peas both took off. The sunflower staulks I left up all winter and they kept the birds happy. I decided to leave the reamaining stalks standing for the summer and the birds are still using them for perches.

  • GardenCalifornia 4 weeks ago

    Great video, I hope my plants do well this summer. It gets up to the 90's and sometimes 100 here in Fairfield CA. But I've never had problems getting my tomatoes to produce in the past around here. I move my pots around at different points of the day, and water faithfully in the heat. But of course, I could mulch more, lol.