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A tour of my entire vegetable garden after being gone 1 week for vacation. Insects returned. Disease issues were low. Lots of crazy vegetable growth. I talk about saving cucumber seeds, cool weather crops for the fall, vacation container watering and other tips as i tour the garden. Please Visit The Rusted Garden Seed & Garden Shop:: Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsLate September Garden Tour and Harvest: A Look at My Cool Weather Crops!Vegetable Garden Tour Late July: Tomato Tips, Journal, Ups, Downs & Daily HarvestContainer Vegetable Gardening: Using Epsom Salt, Fertilizer, My Mid August RoutineAugust 29th Garden Harvest Update Melon Pepper Tomato Container Vegetable Gardening How to Grow10 Smart Watering Tips for Your Vegetable GardenChandigarh, Pinjor Garden Educational Tour

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  • The Vegetable Gardening Show 2 months ago

    I liked the part where you couldn't read the name of the tomato plant. That happens to me all the time. I have to do a better job of writing out a map of where I plant things 🙂

  • chevy6299 2 months ago

    The garden didn't suffer to much from neglect so I hope you had a great time on vacation.

  • Sensei Tools 2 months ago

    Good info! 🙂

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  • Isaac Frerichs 2 months ago

    So much great info in this video. Thank you.
    Question: radishes, can they be planted now in august in Texas? It's between 90-103 during day time.

  • sheshechic 2 months ago

    Oh Gary. I'm down here in Suffolk, VA, and my garden looks like fall already. Too hot followed by too much rain… week after week. I don't know if I should pull everything and prepare the beds for fall planting or give them a fertilizer. Which should I use since it's raining so much… still, and when?

  • Sike Mátyás 2 months ago

    Awesome garden Gary, you are a great inspiration to me! I only have a small balcony and this year i grew some different varieties of tomatoes, sweet and hot peppers, yet i sadly had to discover that i have a problem with a pesky little mouse nibbling away at my sweet peppers! I'm frustrated about this not only because he's eating my potential harvest but just in general i'm not too crazy about mice! I was hoping maybe you'd have a couple of ideas how to deter these guys from my little balcony garden!? Have you ever had issues with these rodents and if yes, what can be done to keep them away?

  • home fresh 19780402 2 months ago

    I've been extremely lucky Gary no powdery mildew and the aspirin tomato baking soda solution spray works great thank you very much

  • home fresh 19780402 2 months ago

    Good on vacation in the winter

  • Fatima Veras 2 months ago

    Amazing garden! Thanks for share!

  • Sam Sawlani 2 months ago

    The over ripen cucumber can be peeled and stir-fry with chillies and prawn. Add some turmeric and lemon juice and garnish with coriander leaves. You can add some soy sauce too, if you like. They are delicious when cooked. Asian markets sell them for their popularity.

  • Michelle Moore 2 months ago

    What variety of tomatoes was that on the table? They looked like a cherry.

  • SantaAnaRoadWildman 2 months ago

    Thanks for the tour Gary. It did better than expected unattended! Wow u got Scotch Bonnets goin on in Maryland Zone 7!? ';p

  • nery colon 1 2 months ago

    What a beautiful garden. Keep up the great work.

  • Benja's Uber 1337 Hobby 2 months ago

    Your garden looks so great 🙂 Thanks for sharing 🙂

  • David Straub 2 months ago

    All those lovely peppers and tomatoes ……. my grape types are turning red, but of my beefsteak varieties, only the Purple Cherokees are starting to get some mature tomatoes, with the Big Reds coming in second (need another week). I'm about to put in some fall radishes (French Breakfast types). I am leaving my container (5 gal.buckets) carrots go for as long as I can. Tnx 4 the update ……. continued wishes for success go out to you and everyone!

  • Planting Seeds For Life 2 months ago

    Too bad about the tomato being over watered, but plants can usually come back when you give them the right care again.

  • shashakeeleh 2 months ago

    Gary, I can't help but chuckle and shake my head. We here along the TX Gulf Coast wish we had your climate during Summer. Our night time temps now are between 80-82 degrees. Daytime temps with heat index is 108-112. We got 7 inches of rain in 2 days last week. Actually, we've had these deluges since February, for 3 years now. We are ready for Fall, which we replant, and hopefully get tomatoes and peppers.

  • Shelley G. 2 months ago

    Very nice….I love your garden. I did not know that about the cucumber seeds. Kind of neat to know. Thanks

  • K Claunch 2 months ago

    Gary – We have a bunch of the trudrop containers also, love them. They do have an overfill drain, there is a plug on the bottom that needs to be removed.

    Thanks for the great videos.