Added by on 2017-11-20

In this video I discuss what fall/winter seeds I’m putting in in September for our desert gardening to and through the winter! Also discuss some plans on where they might go in an effort to still keep things manageable. Other than the seeds shown here I’m also going to do some carrots and sugar snap peas! Let me know if you have any other recommendations and watch to the end because I want your opinion on something about when to plant! 😀 Facebook: Pinterest: Instagram: elizabethhuskeyrealtor Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHow to Prepare Soil to Plant a Vegetable Garden in the Low Desert of Phoenix ArizonaAmazing EDIBLE URBAN GARDEN in the Desert of ArizonaThe Desert Garden: Phoenix ArizonaDesert Botanical Garden | Phoenix Arizona RV Travel DestinationLow Desert Vegetable Garden near Phoenix, ArizonaUpdate for my Low Desert Garden near Phoenix, Arizona

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  • Logan Skyler 7 months ago

    Would I have success with planting lettuce, cabbage, and redina lettuce on Dec. 1st? When do these harvest? I'm in Phoenix, AZ btw

  • TheRedeemedJumble 7 months ago

    Cabbages grow really well here now. Easy peasy too! Like your honesty on how too many projects can be overwhelming !

  • Kelly Bruns 7 months ago

    Yay! So excited you came up in my recommended videos! I'm a California transplant in the Phoenix West Valley and trying to grow (not super successfully!) veggies and such.

  • Michele Brabender 7 months ago

    Swiss chard! It grows really well for me starting early September through early summer.

  • Morning Glory Garden 7 months ago

    Good luck with your fall/winter garden ♡♡♡

  • Ann Crum's Mini Homestead News 7 months ago

    Looking forward to watching it grow!

  • Steven Spears 7 months ago

    I just love watching your videos, very inspirational I'm next to the superstition mountain's. it's pretty awesome to see local YouTubers. I see that you have the same "kind" of neighbors, gotta love em!!

  • DC Ranch 7 months ago

    onions! super easy

  • 520Homestead 7 months ago

    Beets cabbage and potato's all do well over the winter…In the spring i go by the last frost date. Our average last frost is march 1st. Beyond that for the winter crops I plant them right about now although i am totally behind on my plans for a winter garden.

  • Fensterfarm Greenhouse 7 months ago

    Hope they do well for you!