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Garden writer Susan Mulvihill takes you on a virtual tour of how her vegetable garden is growing as we approach July 1st, 2018. Related PostsEveryone Can Grow A Garden 2018 #15: Vegetable Garden Tour (June)Everyone Can Grow A Garden (2018) #28 Sept. Vegetable Garden TourVegetable Garden Tour #3: Everyone Can Grow a Garden (2019) #24Everyone Can Grow A Garden #20: Vegetable Garden Tour 1Full July Vegetable Garden Tour – Food I Grow in My Backyard in SummerCOMPLETE Vegetable Garden Update – July 10, 2018 | LucasGrowsBest

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  • mary ann borges 11 months ago

    Thank you Susan!

  • Bertha Perales 11 months ago

    What is the difference between growing veggies on raised beds from growing them in the ground.

  • Bertha Perales 11 months ago

    I have a question!
    How can we grow a garden in south Texas with temperatures of 100 +

  • Andrew Goldfish 11 months ago

    Glad you're winning the war on slugs. Four years and we've still not had any in our garden, for some reason. Love the raised beds and wood chip walkways.

  • mary ann borges 11 months ago

    Beautiful garden! The last set of onions I could not understand the name. Could you let me know what variety they are? You mentioned they keep for a long time. Thank you!

  • Debbie Monce 11 months ago

    Hi Susan, I live in Snohomish, WA. I have been growing hot peppers in my greenhouse for four years, and every year I struggle with aphids!! Do you? If so, what is your recommendation? I have tried lady bugs, spraying them with water and malthion (sp). HELP!!!

  • Shelita Williams 11 months ago

    Hey pretty lady Susan, your garden is beautiful! Thank you for the monthly tour. What size are your beds they look like the perfect size?

  • Lobsang Drolma 11 months ago

    Looking fabulous!

  • Sylvia Bradley 11 months ago

    First time growing Malabar and it is beautiful.

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  • Kim Martin 11 months ago

    I live in Ohio and my cool weather crops have all bolted, how do you keep you lettuce so lush and pretty when it's hot? You garden is very nice!

  • Penny Budinsky 11 months ago

    Wow what an amazing garden, just beautiful!
    Could you tell me how big your garden is?

  • Marilyn Clark 11 months ago

    Beautiful garden video as always, Susan!

  • Dolly Perry 11 months ago

    Susan can you explain the pro's and con's of single stem tomatoes vs. no pruning of suckers?

  • LARK'S GARDENS 11 months ago

    Love your garden, Susan. I would like to have you for a neighbor.