Added by on 2018-09-15

Join garden writer Susan Mulvihill as she shows how her vegetable garden is growing in early September. Tips on harvesting vegetables included, and don’t miss the ending! From Susan’s in the Garden, How to Prepare the Soil for a Vegetable Garden. See more here: Topic Discussion:Preparing a plot for growing vegetables means creating an environment for successful planting. The process is specific and takes time, but it is necessary for a thriving garden. If you are interested in learning the steps to prepare the soil for a vegetable garden, consider the following suggestions. 1.Understand that it takes a couple of years to prepare your soil for optimal gardening. 2.Begin soil preparation by digging out the area of your vegetable garden 3.Analyze the soil to determine its condition. 4.Cultivate the soil by turning it with a shovel or rototiller. 5.Mix some fertilizer into the soil to prepare it for growing vegetables successfully. 6.Add topsoil to the surface of your garden area. 7.Allow the cultivated soil to sit for a couple of days before planting. You can turn the soil daily if you wish, but the process is not necessary if you turned the soil adequately already. 8.Ideally you should prepare vegetable garden soil with compost 2 seasons ahead of the time you plant your vegetables. This time is needed for the compost to break down and greatly improve your soil. Follow as on Facebook: Twitter: Google+: On my channel you will find videos about health, fitness, hair, men’s hair, fashion, men’s fashion, favorites, lifestyle, and of course, my personal life. This includes my friends, family, and work, so please be mindful and keep a positive vibe in the comment section. Don’t forget to subscribe and make sure to hit that like button if you enjoyed the video […]

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  • Orchaholic Breena's Garden 1 year ago

    Thank you

  • Debbie Monce 1 year ago

    I absolutely love zinnias! I am also growing them, I grew them from seed! I also bought the Ha Ogen seeds. I live in Snohomish, WA. Do you think they will grow for me?

  • Sylvia Bradley 1 year ago

    In Central Illinois the birds do not care for Malabar spinach. Mine is growing out of a three foot tall tomato cage. First time growing and love it. A heat loving plant, which I needed this year.

  • Deborah Gray 1 year ago

    What do you do with all your produce do you can it up or give it away

  • John Ambrogio 1 year ago

    Hi Susan, could you please tell me if you can grow one tomato plant in your garden? The reason I'm asking, is my daughter is the only one who likes tomatoes in her family, and with her two plants this year she said it was just too many to eat. Thank you

  • TheChristina Jo 1 year ago

    Those cucumelons reseeded naturally….. three years ago!!! I keep pulling the plants up.

  • Benni L 1 year ago

    Hello from Norway. Thanks for a great tour in your garden. It looks very nice.