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Follow us on Face Book! https://www.facebook.com/learntogrowmisilla Fall organic garden tour. Cool weather crops for fall organic gardening. How to get free seeds from your garden! Organic garden. Related PostsHow to start growing hydroponics from seeds with rockwool cubesMittleider Garden Update: Albert & Irene’s Fall GardenPlanting a Fall Vegetable Garden – Sponsored by Park SeedVegetable Garden – How to Plant Seeds OutdoorsSuccession Planting: How to Harvest More From Your Vegetable GardenEarly Fall Vegetable Garden Tour & Harvest

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19 Comments

  • spearhead3ad 1 year ago

    I absolutely love your videos! Keep them coming please smile. I have learned alot from watching them. Happy gardening smile

  • bruce don 1 year ago

    What can I plant this week I'm from Long Island New York

  • Danny Abaldo 1 year ago

    Hello I have been watching your videos a lot of good vids. I live in the Mojave Desert, during the normal spring growing time it also is the windy season, I mean heavy wind, I tried 4 times , well this year I found out the only way I can do all this, inside my medical herbs, but food etc. Fall it is perfect weather and not the windy season, so I am not a gardner, but an herbalist so I keep trying, keep up the great videos. I lived in WA ST now the harsh windy hot desert.

  • john kirby 1 year ago

    As much as I love vegetables , there is nothing more charming than a beautiful woman instructing me… Thank you !!

  • angela sheppard 1 year ago

    like your variety of veg.

  • Hapa Koreana 1 year ago

    love your garden!  I didn't know that beans climb!

  • martysgarden 1 year ago

    Thanks Misilla. I look forward to your next videos!

  • Learn To Grow 1 year ago

    Thank you Marty! I love the layout and the content that you put on your social site. Have a wonderful weekend! Happy gardening! Misilla

  • martysgarden 1 year ago

    Hi Misilla, my thoughts exactly! I will place your content on there from time to time as you bring out new videos. How ever you are more than welcome to set up your own account. It's having some nice growth and I am looking for other members to come and join. Especially people like yourself that has a large knowledge base to share with others. Have a love day and Happy Gardening
    Marty

  • Learn To Grow 1 year ago

    It's great to connect with fellow gardeners from all over the world! Greetings to you from Washington state! I like your social site, thanks for posting my video, that's very nice of you Marty! Happy gardening to you as well! Misilla

  • martysgarden 1 year ago

    I live in a subtropical climate be we still can grow many of the plants you suggested. We are in the opposite side of the world here and in early Spring! Some great tips in there for fall gardeners. I will place the video over on my social site "Happy House and Garden" in the fall gardening section!
    Happy Gardening to you Misilla!
    Happy Gardening Marty

  • Learn To Grow 1 year ago

    Thank you Major Fawcett!

  • BIG Daddy Gaming 1 year ago

    Great video once again

  • Learn To Grow 1 year ago

    Hello! Thank you so much for your kind words and for taking the time to watch and comment 🙂 I am glad that you are enjoying growing your own food! It's such a rewarding hobby 🙂 I will check them out…thanks again! Misilla

  • freshlifestylex 1 year ago

    i love your channel! i love growing veggies and fruits in my garden, your channel really inspired me. check out my videos if you'd like to 🙂

  • Learn To Grow 1 year ago

    Oh yeah, I forgot about the garlic lol 🙂 Your fall garden sounds yummy 🙂

  • Learn To Grow 1 year ago

    Thank you, wishing a wonderful fall garden 🙂

  • superslyfoxx1 1 year ago

    Oh forgot to tell you what I am going to try and grow–purple sprouting broccoli, cabbage, Tuscan kale, sorrel,leeks, garlic and swiss chards just to name a few. : > )

  • superslyfoxx1 1 year ago

    Great idea on harvesting the seeds and replanting. Happy next crop