Late-June Vegetable Garden Tour Zone 6

Welcome to the late-June Vegetable Garden tour of my Zone 6, Ohio garden.

I am growing in Zone 6a, mid-western Ohio, and focus on growing things I love to eat (vegetables, fruits & herbs), with flowers thrown in primarily for the pollinators & beneficial insects.
Today I share what is growing, being harvested and some pest & critter challenges happing in late June at 1 of my garden locations. Look for an update on the 2nd garden soon!

00:00 Intro & Thank you!
00:52 Grow Tub Potatoes- early harvest
01:50 North Side Raised Beds
03:04 A Word on Companion Planting
06:27 Rhubarb Harvest Tip
07:34 North & East Side Raised Beds
11:21 Chickens in the Garden
12:16 South End In-ground Rows
14:20 Cucumber Beetles, Bacterial Wilt & my beef with Traps
16:24 South End In-ground Rows continued
20:52 Middle Garden In-ground Beds
23:13 Outside the Garden Fence

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Late-June Vegetable Garden Tour Zone 6

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18 Comments

  • Eric Mastenbrook
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    I’ve been plagued with 3-lined potato beetles (basically cucumber beetles) and I started spraying with Monterey Garden Insect Spray. It knocked them back really well. I’ll still see one or two but they were absolutely infested before I started spraying. And their little gooey booger larvae that was all over the place has disappeared.

  • Eric Mastenbrook
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    Onions and chives over winter here in West Michigan (6b) without a problem. I’ve also had kale and strawberry spinach make it through, about which I was shocked.

  • Raymond Kyruana
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    I don't know how I'm just now finding this channel but I'm so glad I did! You have such a uniquely awesome garden and an impressive amount of space

  • Ashley Ricker
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    Question how did you go about the onions you had planted in the fall did you plant a bulb or by seed or did you start them from seed and then planted them??

  • Jessica Willman
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    Loving your channel! Suggestion for cabbage worm issues, try neem oil as preventative and BT as a defense once you have eggs or worms (I pulled off eggs and worms before using BT) forgot the neem oil early on so I ha to go into defense mode but was able to save most of my plants! Both suggestions considered organic

  • Stephanie Noel
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    Hi! Enjoyed this video. Was wondering about your onions… did you start from sets? And can you share the variety and get and where you got them?? Thank you!

  • The Garden Family
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    Watched it twice already! Making notes about flowers to try for next year. Thanks for the video and inspiration!

  • Russ Hjelm
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    I love it when Mother Nature reseeds stuff for me. The reseeded plants seem to do better as they are more naturalized for my particular location.

  • Melissa Kingery
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    You have a beautiful garden so excited about joining your channel! I've done pretty good with tomatoes and cucumbers but the vine borers wouldn't leave my squash alone no matter my methods I have 3 patty pan squash on my porch in containers

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