Added by on 2018-08-15

A diy vertical garden design saves space, helps to prevent powdery mildew, mold and root rot. A few of your best plants for a vertical vegetable garden layout are: • Cucumbers • Melons • Squash • Pumpkins • Peas • Tomatoes • Pole Beans • Gourds -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Welcome to North Texas Vegetable Gardening and Cooking with Hillbilly Jilly. Here you’ll find guides, tips and information on #vegetable #gardening, #cooking, #canning and long-term food storage. I show you how to prepare classic comfort #food #recipes along with new recipes proven to satisfy and delight. You’ll learn how I grow all organic heirloom vegetables from seed to harvest to preparation, free of pesticides. Grown as nature intended in my Texas #garden. #Home DIY projects, spring and fall vegetable gardening in north Texas, garden planning tips and information of all sorts are being added every week to help #people succeed as gardeners, learn to #cook and add new recipes to their cookbooks! Learn about canning your vegetable garden harvest. We show you how to pickle jalapeno peppers, make hamburger dill pickles and much more. I also go over in detail, how to save your seeds for next year’s garden; save and preserve your cumber, squash, zucchini, cantaloupe. I hope you enjoy my videos – I try to bring you useful #life tips and how to guides on all things gardening and cooking. Please feel free to leave a comment, subscribe #today, and thank you for dropping in! Hillbilly Jilly Thanks for watching and subscribe to get new recipes and vegetable gardening tips! View our most recent updates and how to videos: YouTube: Twitter: Pinterest: Google+: Blogger: Facebook: Livejournal: Instagram: Tumblr: Website: Related PostsPlanting Watermelon Seedlings To Grow Up A Fence | […]

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