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Subscribe to My YouTube Channel – The Rusted Garden: https://www.youtube.com/user/pilarchik Please Visit The Rusted Garden Seed & Garden Shop: https://www.therustedgarden.com/ A full tour of my garden come late September. The warm weather crops are still producing but it is time to get those cool weather crops in the ground. I show you my planted cool weather containers and beds. I explain what makes the cool weather crops cool weather crops and show you a full days harvest. Follow me on Instagram for Harvest Pictures and Updates: https://www.instagram.com/therustedgarden/ Visit My Original Blog The Rusted Vegetable Garden: http://www.therustedgarden.blogspot.com Contact Me at therustedgarden@gmail.com Related PostsVegetable Garden Tour Late July: Tomato Tips, Journal, Ups, Downs & Daily HarvestVegetable Garden Tour Mid August: A Vacation Watering Tip, Cucumber Seed Saving, Cool Season CropsEarly Fall Vegetable Garden Tour & HarvestChandigarh, Pinjor Garden Educational TourTour of – Here We Grow – Hadley, MA Hydroponic Store (413) 584-FARMHuge Harvest & Complete Walkthrough of The 100% Organic Vegetable Garden

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14 Comments

  • Sagitarii 2 weeks ago

    What hop variety did you plant?

  • Joanna Hall 2 weeks ago

    Beautiful garden!! Thank you for all your wonderful videos i have learn such much. I have a question? What plants can i bring from my garden into my house for the winter? Since I live in the north east and it getting cold, what plants would survive indoor?

  • Samantha Plumadore 2 weeks ago

    Wow Gary, Absolutely Astounding Harvest with plenty still ripening. I'm hoping what's left of mine will make it thru the night with 41low tonight. We haven't needed plastic yet, been 90s here in Va & chilly today so I'll be building some sort of hoop house to prolong a few things. I've always wanted to try growing hops & coffee beans but haven't yet…a bit more inspiration needed lol TFS

  • S. Carter 2 weeks ago

    And also burying the stem is a hell of a tip because I had a tomato plant that was close to dying then it completely rebounded because of that tip.

  • S. Carter 2 weeks ago

    Hey man. Thank you for this video. There's tons of spring/summer gardening videos but not many end of summer/fall gardens. It's still 90 degrees in Alabama so I've got a late crop of tomatoes coming through and a bunch of brassicas starting to bloom.

  • Phyllis White 2 weeks ago

    I love all your videos. You are so uplifting. I'm in KY zone 6. What zone are you in? We are currently having 70 day and 50 at night!

  • Ron Kon Wright 2 weeks ago

    Thanks so much for all the helpful info and inspiration. Bless you.

  • kshel104 2 weeks ago

    Beautiful garden! All those vegetables will be so delicious oven roasted, yum!

  • Shun Y. 2 weeks ago

    Great harvest! I noticed today that my Okra has developed black spots on some of the leaves and a lit of the bottom leaves have dried and broken off. Any suggestions? I just fed and watered them but that's all. Thanks!

  • Diamond Chamberlin 2 weeks ago

    Gary , You never cease to amaze me with just how much you grow ; especially in containers !!

  • Susan McQueeney 2 weeks ago

    nice eggplant – what variety?

  • Grace Sim 2 weeks ago

    I've just realized you say Rusted garden. I thought you always said Rustic garden! Haha

  • Maddy C. 2 weeks ago

    Have you ever pickled green tomatoes?

  • SantaAnaRoadWildman 2 weeks ago

    Nice final September tour. I'm getting seeds planted this weekend for carrots, beets, radish & most of all PEAS (in CA zone 9). I can't wait to see how the HOPS turn out! The Rusted Brewery.