Added by on 2018-08-09

I show off the mature tomatoes and peppers as well as the growth of the entire garden. I reveal the growth of a vegetable tower. I cover warm crops to plant now as well as cool crops. My peas are in! A bird bath can be use stop birds from pecking your tomatoes. I also talk about using water spray for cucumbers, zucchini and kale to stop mites, aphids and white flies. Please Help Support My Channel: The Rusted Garden – Thanks! Please Visit The Rusted Garden Seed & Garden Shop: https://www.therustedgarden.com/ Shop on Amazon and Support The Rusted Garden for Free: Anything you purchase gives a % return back to TRG. Just use The Rusted Garden Amazon Portal http://amzn.to/2ttyray anytime you shop. Thanks for using my link. It helps fund my garden videos! Bypass & Ratchet Shears & Tools: Use the Discount Code THERUSTEDGARDEN at Cate’s Garden and save 15% at https://www.catesgarden.com/ Worm Castings: Use the Discount Code THERUSTEDGARDEN on VermisTerra Products and save 10% at https://vermisterra.com/ GreenStalk Vertical Gardening: Use the Discount Code THERUSTEDGARDEN on GreenStalk Products. Use this link and enter my code for the discount http://store.greenstalkgarden.com/?afmc=therustedgarden or this short link http://lddy.no/4eal Garden Shelving Systems: Use the Discount Code THERUSTEDGARDEN on Shirley’s Simple Shelving and Raised Bed Products at http://www.shirleyssimpleshelving.com/ Subscribe to My YouTube Channel (800 Garden Videos) – The Rusted Garden: https://www.youtube.com/user/pilarchik Follow me on Instagram for Harvest Pictures, Updates and Monthly Give-Aways: https://www.instagram.com/therustedgarden/ Visit My Original Blog The Rusted Vegetable Garden: https://therustedgarden.blogspot.com/ Contact Me at therustedgarden@gmail.com Video Rating: / 5 🌿LINKS🌿 For clarification the soil mix in the raised bed is made of 56% Premium Topsoil, 34% Forest Compost, and 10% Composted Manure = 100% 😉 PPG Timeless Wood Stain – https://thd.co/2Makfb6 Gravel – ¾” chip in the color blue Espoma BioTone – https://amzn.to/2KlI3qR SluggoPlus […]

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35 Comments

  • Carol Strickland 4 months ago

    I have 2 tomato plants and a bowl of herbs in my kitchen. My problem are these little black flying things bigger than a no seeum – what can I do to get rid of them. Thank you.

  • Claudia Nutgrass 4 months ago

    What zone are you in

  • LucasGrowsBest 4 months ago

    wazzaaap

  • Andre Monde 4 months ago

    FANTASTIC tour of your mid-July garden, Gary! Very impressive results! As much experience as I already had, I have learned so much from you. Thanks!

  • ann debaldo 4 months ago

    Looks like the beefsteak challenge is going your way!

  • Joan Peters 4 months ago

    What zone are you in?

  • Bertram Everhart 4 months ago

    your garden looks bountiful and it shows how much hard work you put into the garden, Gary. it is very nice. i wanted to share with you – i have had issues with BER with my tomatoes, and peppers – so, went into a hydroponics store and bought some bounticare CAL/MAG liquid supplement (0-0-0). i have applied 1 teaspoon to 1 gallon of water to apply to my plants. i added some PH down to my water to bring down the PH level – so it is more acidic for my plants to uptake the minerals and nutrients from my fertilizer i put on them. adding CAL/MAG and bringing down the PH level of my tap water has had a very good effect on all my plants and has cured all my BER issues, i dont get them anymore. of course this applies to container gardening since – plants will absorb whatever is in the container. plants in the ground can pull whatever they are lacking in deficiency from other areas of the ground. but i thought i would share – CAL/MAG by bounticare is in liquid form and plants absorb it much quicker that way. Rain water is the best water to use to water plants, but if someone uses tap water – the PH level will be too high to use for plants to absorb the fertilizer necessary for them to grow. some people have had no issues using tap water, but the more alkanic water is – it creates a buffer and makes the fertilizer uptake challenging. different people have different results, i just wanted to share my experiences, i hope everyones garden grows alot of fruit this year. your garden is very beautiful and all of your hard work shows it, Gary. Great job as always.

  • lynn682 4 months ago

    Hi Gary! I have flea beetles on my Rosa Bianca eggplant. I've tried neem so far. What dust are you referring to putting on the leaves?

  • Ddd Ddd 4 months ago

    Mmmmm fresh basil very crunch I also grow my own basil in containers

  • Jim19826301 4 months ago

    what kind of soil are you growing in?

  • Barbara Dumler 4 months ago

    American Homebrewers Association for everything you need to know to grow and harvest hops.

  • Electric Cherry 4 months ago

    Best cheap water soluble fertilizer??

  • Shawn Taylor 4 months ago

    Sounds like an abundance of Cicadas in your area. Some of ours came out last year, none this year.

  • jafarym77 4 months ago

    They say when hops are really firm then it is time to pick not to wait till they are extra firm.

  • N Alt 4 months ago

    Everything looks amazing..cant wait to hear how the banana and egg tomatoes are doing..im thinking of trying it out.. I'm in an arid climate so might breakdown better before the growing season starts!

  • Seven Sprouts Farmstead 4 months ago

    Looking great! So I did a thing, finally… I'd been telling you for a while now we were wanting to start a YouTube channel of our own, but that we were afraid. Well, we finally DID IT!!! We've now got 3 episodes up, and the 4th drops tomorrow. I hope you'll stop by to check them out and let me know what you think ❤️ We appreciate you and all your efforts.

    Jenn
    (Previously XxJennRNxX)
    Seven Sprouts Farmstead
    GA

  • Senait Tesfazgy 4 months ago

    You are so cool and nice man. I thank you so much for your good work. Now because of o have one of the best vegetables garden in my city I with I could show you. It's emezing some people come to see it. All this is because of you. Thank you so much. I love you. Xxxd

  • Crunchy Emily 4 months ago

    Gary, why do grow so many plants in containers when you have space to plant them in the ground? B/c containers require so much more water…

  • Amy Blakely 4 months ago

    That is my dream vegetable garden! Beautiful!!!

  • Lauren Gormly 4 months ago

    I love your vegetable garden! My dream is to have a garden like yours but I’m not even sure I can make it happen with all the critters we have here in north Georgia! Love your videos!

  • Erin Shoemate 4 months ago

    Wow, what is that white rose that's behind your corn (which is gorgeous)?

  • Stephanie Torres 4 months ago

    So I've started watching her videos since the last week of July and it amazes me how she seems to never runs out of energy.

  • I love the sky view. Super beautiful!!!

  • Mitch Leary 4 months ago

    Have you guys ever considered growing grape

  • Donna Locke 4 months ago

    The zucchini shredded it and freeze it in small plastic bags than in winter you can make zucchini bread it's delicious .. Your garden looks beautiful love the black fence and arbor .our tomatoes in new jersey we are still waiting ..and got big Bertha peppers hand a big picking and nothing since to much rain .

  • Bill Smith 4 months ago

    How did you prep your garden for your gravel? Did you use a specific type of fabric?
    Thanks

  • Roberta Tellefsen 4 months ago

    I've always heard that tomatoes hate cucumbers. But yours seem to be fine. Great garden!!

  • Linda Laverty 4 months ago

    @gardenanswer Can you share the dimension of your vegetable garden and planter boxes?

  • Victoria Brown Frank 4 months ago

    Problems with zucchini what to do with the abundance of crop. I tried something new this year it's called zucchini bread Jam. This zucchini bread Jam he's really good little sweet for my taste but good. You can find the recipe in the ball cookbook but I first spotted it on YouTube so go for it is a really easy to do and really good tasting. We also did a variation of using golden raisins cranberries and Cherry which gives it a totally different taste.

  • Adam Phan 4 months ago

    How do you harvest seed from your produce in the garden?

  • Brandy Wright 4 months ago

    Do you all can your vegetables? If so, a video on how to do it would be AMAZING!

  • Anna St. Sauveur 4 months ago

    Do you do any canning?

  • Maria Vargas 4 months ago

    Really enjoy how you go into details. Thanks Garden Answer!

  • FyG Cecotto 4 months ago

    Could you make a video about corn care?

  • Heather Andrews 4 months ago

    Looks like you didn't get new garden shoes then after your b/w checked ones gave out? 🙂