Gardeneire of the South, Mary Katherine Greene, walks us through how to create a vegetable garden even if you do not have a lot of space. Mary Katherine sets up a backyard garden with some soil and lumber for growing tomatoes and cucumbers in a productive summer garden. Video Rating: / 5 John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares with you his 10 reasons why he has been successful gardening in 117 degree dry, desert heat, when others have not. This episode will be of value if you live in the desert or not as these tips can be applied for every gardener no matter where you live. After watching this episode you will know 10 proven methods to improve your organic vegetable garden whether you live in the desert or anywhere else. Related PostsGardenieres: Sustainable Vegetable GardeningGarden Style “Vegetable Gardening”Vegetable Gardening South Florida StyleSouthern California Winter Vegetable Gardening$30 Bagster 4’x8′ Raised Bed Garden & Summer Vegetable Gardening in Southern CaliforniaLet's Talk Gardening! Fall Vegetable Gardening – Episode 21
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The mild weather of fall and winter is prime time for growing great vegetables in the desert. This recording of a LIVE workshop provided by Tempe Water Conservation and Tempe Library review...