Added by on 2017-01-16

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ goes on a field trip to Vilardi Gardens in Phoenix, Arizona to share with you some of the vegetables you can still plant in the heat of the July summer. In this episode, John will give you a tour of this Wholesale nursery that grows plants for retailers in the Phoenix, Arizona area. You will discover some of the most heat tolerant vegetables that you can still plant and grow during the hot summer if you haven’t yet started a garden or still have places in your garden to plant vegetables. John will cover a variety of his favorite heat-loving plants that thrive in the hot 100+ degree weather in Phoenix, Las Vegas or whatever desert you live. You will discover many common and uncommon varieties of vegetables you should focus on if you grow in the desert or other places where summers are HOT! John will share with you many uncommon perennial vegetables that thrive in the heat that he loves to grow. After watching this episode, you will have the information you need to get planting and start (or add to) your July vegetable garden. ps. YES, I did purchase and plant all 2 1/2 flats of vegetables in my garden except for the 2 caper plants that are awaiting a home. They were protected under 30% shade cloth for a few weeks to harden them off to ensure their success. Subscribe to Growing Your Greens for more videos like this: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=growingyourgreens Follow John on Instagram: https://instagram.com/growingyourgreens/ Watch all 1100+ GrowingYourGreens Episodes at: https://www.youtube.com/user/growingyourgreens/videos Talk to John for 10 minutes https://www.fiverr.com/groworganic/be-your-organic-gardening-coach-for-10-minutes Referenced Video: How to Make Green Slime from 100% organic Okra Egyptian Walking Onions Learn More about Vilardi Gardens at: http://www.vilardigardens.com/ Visit Vilardi Gardens on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/Vilardi-Gardens-148632058518894/ Video Rating: / 5 Video Rating: […]

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24 Comments

  • Virginia 7 months ago

    They definitely aren't chemical free. The plants are made of chemicals, the soil is made of chemicals, the rock dust is made of chemicals just like the fertelizers are organic and synthetic…..

  • Dave Dexter 7 months ago

    Like your videos! Lots of useful info!

  • prissy Green 7 months ago

    thanks John for the great video please keep them coming I really enjoy them and I learned a lot from you

  • Đào hoa am 7 months ago

    It's a great video, but unfortunately it is not suitable with my country. But I found interesting and knowledge from your videos. Thank you so much.

  • Merceaux X 7 months ago

    Love Vilardi plants! They used to come to our farmer's market but not any more :(

  • Twowheeler 1 7 months ago

    I love when John does this style videos! Now Im pumped and ready to work in my garden.If you read this, thank you sir.

  • Bonnie Pritchett 7 months ago

    I didn't catch the name of the pepper you recommended for desert area gardens, could you post it's name?

  • millroadtv 7 months ago

    Thanks, very interesting….

  • Alissa Armendariz 7 months ago

    Do you know any gardening channels that would be good to teach kids gardening?

  • E.P. James MacAdams 7 months ago

    Your sky is still being poisoned

  • Celine Bridges 7 months ago

    Thebunnyfoofoo
    Thank you so much will look for them.. That such be fun herbs to plant ..
    Thank you

  • purplesavvy 7 months ago

    where do you recommend buying Plants in Vegas?

  • Karen Harris 7 months ago

    Where can I buy plants like these in Las Vegas?

  • Papa Bly 7 months ago

    That explains your green glow

  • Devin Alston 7 months ago

    Was wondering if you had any tips on growing in a Tennessee climate! Love your vids but most are on desert climate growing and not sure of what I could do here in middle Tennessee

  • Vinny Chirayil 7 months ago

    Whats your verdict on growing plants in conatiners like an ordinary plastic pot vs. a colander, fabric pot or a pond basket ? The last 3 have better drainage, better root aeration and have the extra benefit of air-pruning, for denser roots. Yet, plastic pots are commonly used worldwide, including horticultural universities ! Is basic horticultural science being ignored even by the experts ? Where does self watering pots fit in all this ? Thanks for your perspective on this.

  • thebunnyfoofoo 7 months ago

    Would love if you did a video on high yielding varieties of sweet peppers. I have like 10 varieties I tried this summer, and only my yellow wax pepper is doing well and producing frequently.

  • Cherie G 7 months ago

    I am new to gardening (1st year)–so, forgive me if this is common knowledge–but what is the canopy made of that's over all the plants? And what is it used for? Is it for shade?

  • goestplus 7 months ago

    Hi John! I live in Southern New England, and have just gotten my hands on a raised bed abandoned by my neighbor. We've taken care of getting the soil ready, but I'm not sure what we can plant because our growing season is so short. We already have two beds with greens, peppers, and tomatoes, but we were hoping to fill the new bed with greens that will have a quick turnaround time. Do you have any suggestions as to what we can plant in anon desert climate this late?

    Thanks for all that you do!

  • Tom Keyser 7 months ago

    Is there a place like this in vegas?

  • Fishing Channel 7 months ago

    Nice video mate, , liked and subscribe to your channel, check my channel too and subscribe if you like

  • Does it Catch Fish? 7 months ago

    cool video I fish there all the time. caught a dd out of there a few years ago. sub for sub?

  • Garrett McKenzie fishing 7 months ago

    Nice video!

  • Ultimate Fishing Addict 7 months ago

    Reeling your line over that concrete edge will nick it. Not sure if that's why you snapped off twice, just a thought.