Added by on 2020-11-15

Gardening in Arizona during the fall is the best. However, the strategy and the plants are very different from our spring and summer garden. I compiled my 10 best tips for success in a desert fall/winter garden. I have a few things that got a little crunchy during last week’s temps but the mornings around here are something to talk about. I love seeing all the bees in action and the pollination taking place right before my eyes. I hope your fall garden is waking up nicely and the leftovers from summer are stretching out far & wide for you to see. #FallGardenArizona #ArizonaGardenFallGarden #DesertGardeningInTheFall #FallInArizona #ArizonaFallGarden #ArizonaWinterGarden #FallGardeningAZ Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsARIZONA GARDEN in OCTOBER: What TO DO & PLANT – plus tips for FALL GARDENINGARIZONA GARDEN in SEPTEMBER: What TO DO & PLANT – plus tips for FALL GARDENINGARIZONA GARDEN in AUGUST: What TO DO & PLANT – plus tips for FALL GARDENINGARIZONA GARDEN in JULY: What TO DO & PLANT – plus tips for MONSOON GARDENINGTips on Gardening in Northern ArizonaHow To Plant Tomatoes & Peppers into Raised Bed Vegetable Garden in Arizona – Organic Gardening Tips

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  • GramZ 2 months ago

    What tomato varieties do you grow in the fall?

  • Jenn Hoff 2 months ago

    This is so great! I did not know there was special "shade cloth!" I just put some sheer organza up because I figured it would let some filtered light through. But I'll have to look into cloth specifically designed to this outdoors! Also I've never thought of using an app to remind me to fertilize! That's brilliant.

  • Sheila Fade 2 months ago

    Yes I have planted mustard greens turnip greens, cabbage, carrots, onions, and cauliflower and I just received my comfrey and I planted them I am so excited! My greens are already up, I love to see things grow….

  • Lesley Lizbeth 2 months ago

    Thanks so much for the strawberry info! My son and I are super excited and ready to start planting them! Where do you suggest we buy plants ready to be transplanted online? I'd appreciate the help.

  • Team Benson 2 months ago

    Great video I'm so ready for this heat to be over