Added by on 2018-06-20

Join garden writer Susan Mulvihill for a virtual tour of her vegetable garden, where she provides an update on how the crops are growing. From Susan’s in the Garden, Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsEveryone Can Grow A Garden (2018) #28 Sept. Vegetable Garden TourEveryone Can Grow A Garden #20: Vegetable Garden Tour 1Garden Tour and Garden Tips! June 2018June Garden Tour| SUMMER VEGETABLE GARDENTour of – Here We Grow – Hadley, MA Hydroponic Store (413) 584-FARMVegetable Garden Tour (Autumn 2018)

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  • Anu Palat 10 months ago

    Susan, where did you get your pea arbors from? They look so good.

  • Orchid and Kitties 10 months ago

    and yes I subscribe.come visit my channel.

  • Orchid and Kitties 10 months ago

    you will enjoy the chicago hardy figs for sure because I have one ,and it is big tree now. your garden looks awesome.

  • My Wool Mitten 10 months ago

    Thank you for the update!

  • Danielle Bradley 10 months ago

    Another great video! What was the spacing on the winter squash you showed? The plants were so full that it was hard to tell!

  • Dolly Perry 10 months ago

    Lovely garden! Now I don't feel so badly about not planting my corn yet. Tomorrow in it goes 🙂

  • Joyce D'Agostino 10 months ago

    Hi Susan, your garden looks like it's off to a great start. I had two quick questions. On the tulle, have you tested it to see if it will stop the leaf miners? Also with the peppers, do you have any issues with cross pollination if you plant different varieties in the same bed? The person that is trying to set up our raised beds is running far behind in getting it done and I wanted to use some large containers like Grow Bags to get them out of their pots and into the soil and I have several different varieties. Thanks!

  • christine sohn 10 months ago

    Susan what do you do about squash bugs? On zucchini?

  • Kimberly Martin 10 months ago

    Floating row covers, I will be buying some of this. Thanks!

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  • anand panjwani 10 months ago

    Very nice. Thanks.