Added by on 2016-08-31

Many delicious vegetables can be planted during the winter here in Southern California. This video shows the process of using drip tape for irrigation, turning soil, planting seeds, and watering the beds. I planted broccoli, okra, and romaine lettuce. I will update the garden towards the end of the growing season. Thanks for watching and tell me about your garden! Video Rating: / 5 Related Posts$30 Bagster 4’x8′ Raised Bed Garden & Summer Vegetable Gardening in Southern CaliforniaPlanting a Vegetable Garden for Winter in Northern CaliforniaBetter Homes and Gardens – Gardening: winter vegetable gardenWinter Vegetable Gardening in My Backyard TourGardenieres: Southern Style Vegetable GardeningBest Winter Vegetable Gardening

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  • Carl Kirby 1 year ago

    What part of SoCal do you live in? My wife and I live in Rancho Cucamonga. Do you raise chickens? Compost? Other farm things? We have a facebook page to educate people on Urban Farming. Our page is Halokirb's Urban Farm. I would encourage you to like our page. I am going to spotlight your video on our page on April 11. God bless!

  • Krittika J 1 year ago

    Nice vid , the music is pretty cool too. I think the okra is going to be kind of hard to grow now since they love heat , I grew some here this past summer in 110 degrees they loved it ( central TX ) .  This is my first time seeing your vid, you got a really nice piece of land there. 

  • Noah's fish n bass guitar 1 year ago

    i can imagine that and it's 27 degrees here in San Antonio TX

  • Slim Tim 1 year ago

    good video, look forward the progress of the growth

  • StaiiFly2nV 1 year ago

    Nices video hun.

  • Brad Johnson 1 year ago

    Very nice garden! I like how you set it up

  • Hmoob Thor 1 year ago

    why u not show me the fruit trees?