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Serious Gardener and Chef show you what we have growing in April. Tons of great vegetables are growing after a some crazy Texas weather in March! We are in USDA Hardiness Grow Zone 8a © Brandon Marshall. All rights reserved. Any unauthorized broadcasting, public performance, copying or re-recording will constitute an infringement of copyright. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsThe Beginning | Spring Vegetable GardenVegetable Gardening jobs for April – Which? GardeningVegetable Gardening in spring, how to grow vegetablesHow Do I Start a Small Vegetable Garden in Texas?Early Spring Vegetable Garden TourVegetable Gardening: What they didn’t tell you!

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20 Comments

  • Awakened Soul 1 year ago

    Beautiful garden!!! Can you tell me where you purchased the seeds from? I want to purchase a seed vault and wanted to know if the seeds were from a vault or local store? I also used the fabic to keep the weeds down etc..

  • c lenny 1 year ago

    how do you store your harvest…newbie to gardening. I plan on canning and freezing. I do have a root cellar but unsure about temps and all that good stuff. any tips or videos of harvest storing?

  • Rose Blake 1 year ago

    Brandon, I used the Black Fabric as well. It works wonderful! No weeds! In Texas, we have a lot of weeds…I live in the Frisco area.

  • Helen Hoverson 1 year ago

    I go for a lot of neighborhood walks here where I live. I noticed in one garden that they had laid newspapers down between the rows to keep weeds out. 

  • Enrique Hernandez 1 year ago

    Just started my own garden. Mostly hot peppers and herbs. Also in Texas. Glad to actually see a great garden growing out here. The wife and I just arrived from California. 

  • ApocalypticStorms 1 year ago

    What kind of potatoes die in a frost? Potatoes!? They grow in idaho 

  • ApocalypticStorms 1 year ago

    Nice garden but most people seem to realize that planting your own garden isnt cheaper than buying because you need fertilizer & water plus effort & time & loss some plants will die on you 

  • Gardening With Puppies 1 year ago

    Your garden looks beautiful.

  • G'Maw's Garden 1 year ago

    Brandon your garden looks great, thnx for sharing

  • HOOSIER O_o 1 year ago

     you should do straw and soil potato towers  and trellis the cucumbers .  very very nice garden . may have to post mine sometime :D

  • jacque mcc 1 year ago

    Very nice garden you have. Thanks, I learned some great tips for when I start my garden : ) Thanks again.

  • kyle hanson 1 year ago

    What does the black cloth on top of the soil surrounding the plants do?  I live in north texas where the weather should be the same and want to start a small garden of peppers and tomatoes.

  • arbornomics 1 year ago

    A gardener definitely has to worry about that frost.

  • Bobbie mitchell 1 year ago

    One of the best gardening videos I've seen so far! thanks

  • TheBushdoctor68 1 year ago

    There's another reason to pick blackberry plants with thorns: They taste much better than the hybrid kinds without thorns.

  • Betty Bueso 1 year ago

    Very nice!!!!I learn a lot!!!!!

  • Angela KA 1 year ago

    So nice!!!! I hope mine can be that nice this year. I live near Abilene and for the last two years had major issues with the grasshoppers!

  • Nightverslonn 1 year ago

    what happens when you get to the heat of summer? do you just let them die or is there a way to make it to fall?

  • The Sustainable Prepper 1 year ago

    Beautiful garden last spring!

  • Deserie Drew 1 year ago

    So when do you want to start planting seeds if you live in San Antonio? Feb?