Added by on 2018-07-05

See More Garden Goodies: – – – Here’s an update on part of our June vegetable garden. This year we planted 41 tomato plants. The north raised beds contain mostly garlic, several extra tomato plants, peppers, egg plant, and a variety of butternut, patty-pan, zucchini, and zephelin delacata squash. Today we will be removing garlic scapes. The original garden is on the SE corner of our property where we’ve planted a wide variety of tomatoes, including our favorite ‘TomatoBerry’ cherry tomatoes and some dinosaur kale. We will be adding more vegetables seeds shortly in our raised Liberty garden that we finished last 4th of July. Because of all the major projects we’ve undertaken this year, and all the rain, it’s taken valuable time away from clearing weeds, which in itself, will be an other huge project we must address. So stay tuned. Related PostsBenefits of Using Epsom Salt in the Garden -The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Straight To The PointContainer Garden Harvest Update June 6th Lettuce Tomato Kale Vegetable Gardening Raised BedGrowing a Vegetable Garden Update Tips & Tricks June 30 2014June Garden Tour| SUMMER VEGETABLE GARDENVegetable Gardening Tasks for June in the Kitchen GardenField Trip through the Vegetable Garden – June 2010

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  • Lisa Copley 1 month ago

    Hi Lynn& Richard! I love all of your videos, very helpful, and informative. I have a question that maybe you can help me with even though it's not relating to this video in particular. I have a hardy hibiscus ( zone 8 a) and I'm having a really hard time keeping what looks like some kind of caterpillar off of it. It's not damaging the foliage but it is eating right through the actual flower buds before they open and ruining the flowers completely. Some of the buds are turning yellow and falling off 🙁

  • Garden 4 Life 1 month ago

    The BEST hybrid cherry tomato is Sun Sugar…A lovely, very sweet orange cherry tomato. Grew them from seed this year because I could not find the plants in stores…

  • April Johnson 1 month ago

    Do you do the powered milk for peppers?

  • Camila SunJoy 1 month ago

    Wow amazing veg garden! What do you do with so much produce?

  • gayla gavin 1 month ago

    Here in the Pacific NW, we have had a terribly dry spring, so I think you have gotten our rain. I want it back. 😀

  • Sherry 1 month ago

    Beautiful garden as usual! My first year growing garlic (at your encouragement) couldn't wait, had to harvest one early and very happy. My tomatoberry survived the southern Michigan "heat stress" with only a few blossom drop and is now over 3 feet tall with 3 trusses and tomatoes on the lowest truss. Each truss has prox 20 flowers! Very excited about these tomatoes. You have so many tomato plants, just curious if you ever have trouble with horn worms. I saw a vid today that shows checking for hornworms at night using a black light flashlight as they are so camouflaged during the day. Just amazing how they glow in dark with that flashlight! Thanks for sharing your hard work with us!

  • hope king 1 month ago

    What a beautiful place!!

  • Vada Ann 1 month ago

    You can plant those suckers if you wanted more plants or gifts to give away.

  • Robbie Jay Copon 1 month ago

    I have never missed a single video since 2015. Your garden is so amazing so as both of you. Im looking forward on the harvest season.

  • Celeste Gardner 1 month ago

    Everything looks amazing, this is our first year with garlic and last weekend cut all our scapes. I have to say Garlic is the easiest to grow. Thank you for sharing all your wonderful tips.

  • Ma Ying 1 month ago

    You can sturfry the garlic scapes with pork, some soy sauce and oyster sauce, a dash of sugar right before it's done.

  • snookie65 1 month ago

    I'm on my way for scapes! Lol Hoping to pop over this weekend for rhubarb. 🙂

  • Barbara White 1 month ago

    Hi folks!! Your garden is looking wonderful!!!! We lost everything we planted in the veggie garden, some survived the enormous rains we had so my husband, without telling me, bought 10-10-10 fertilizer and burned everything up. He thinks if 1 handful of something is good, then 3-4 handfuls should be better (not laughing) – oh well, at our age don't know if I have anything left in me to try again, we'll see. Also, he moved the periennials I moved from our other house from sun to shade and never watered them so now they are gone as well. – Because of my health I can't go out there with him and help much, so………BUT I do have you and Rick to watch and learn and enjoy following your successes and comraderie – Will be back often and tks so much for this website. Love you both.

  • Jackie Horsley 1 month ago

    lynn enjoyed your video your vegetable garden is looking really nice I am glad its doing well anyway you said in your video that the weeds were getting away from you I know how you feel I have had the same problem I just can,t seem to keep them under control with all the rain we have had anyway I was able to get out there to day and take of it

  • true grit 1 month ago

    Do u grow your veggies from seed ? We're getting slugs from all the rain also here in Madison .

  • Azalea 1 month ago

    do deer eat bird seed? just filled my feeders and gone overnight with no seed on the ground.