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The beginning of our Fall/Winter Garden. See what we are planting and why you should grow a Fall garden. Are you a Gardening Dummy? Get this book! What to Grow a Garden in the Winter? Read this…. © Brandon Marshall. All rights reserved. Any unauthorized broadcasting, public performance, copying or re-recording will constitute an infringement of copyright. Related PostsMittleider Garden Update: Albert & Irene’s Fall GardenTexas Organic Spring Vegetable Garden 2012 Update #4 of 8Fall Vegetable Garden Planning – Choosing the Best Plants for Autumn GrowingWhat to Plant in your Fall Vegetable Garden & Planting Seeds from the Garden!Starting a Fall Vegetable GardenBack To Eden Organic Gardening Film | How to Grow a Vegetable Garden

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  • Gary Jordan 7 months ago

    You should grow some asparagus beans this spring and give them a try. I think they taste great and they do not get as soggy as other beans when frozen.

  • How to Grow a Garden with Scarlett Damen 7 months ago

    Wow this looks really good! So sad that you lost so much of it in the storm,

  • Patricia [aka Pooks] Burroughs 7 months ago

    My understanding is that NorthHaven Gardens doesn't use chemical fertilizers, and I know Rodhe's Nursery in Garland doesn't.

  • Wink TartanBelle 7 months ago

    If we all keep asking the nurseries to give us organically grown seedlings, they will.

  • Wink TartanBelle 7 months ago

    In answer to the question used as the title of this video, "Because fall is THE BEST time for gardening in Texas!"  I remember even the revered Neal Sperry wrote that in his big green book on Texas gardening, way back when.

  • Daniel Wood 7 months ago

    Try Redenta's they grow all there stuff organically.

  • Wendy Myers 7 months ago

    Hey Brandon!  I have been watching your channel for quite a while now and I love all your garden tips being that I am a fellow Texan.  I so envy you being able to have live chickens in your backyard – I so want them, but I live in Houston, TX and the HOA does not allow poultry!  Anyhoo, I grew all my brassicas last year and had a heck of a time with the green cabbage worm!  Do you not have that problem there?

  • Texas Backyard Gardener 7 months ago

    Hi Brandon, Great Video man. I'm getting a super late start on my fall garden too, I just ripped up my tomato and pepper bed, and pulled all the weeds out. I want to grow some carrots, spinach, and lettuce. Do you think it's too late to start from seed? 

    Thanks bud, 
    Jeremy #Growinginlittleelmtx  

  • Aaryn Gray 7 months ago

    I know you are interested in red russian kale — so easy.  It grew all summer for me in part shade and tastes fine.  I'm letting mine grow biennially to see.  It is pretty next to flowers too, like swiss chard, I think. 😛

  • Randall Hall 7 months ago

    Hey Brandon, great video!  Been waiting for your to begin your fall garden!  I'm over in Grapevine and planted sunflowers, winter squash, gourds, pumpkins, pole green beans, and tomatoes in very late July.  Sunflowers are rocking, about to open, and beans are doing great so far.  Pumpkins are dead thanks to aphids, but winter squash is still going but no squash growing yet.  I'm about to plant broccoli, sprouts, purple cabbage, & cauliflower this weekend.  Congrats on the little pumpkin coming in March!!!

  • S Nagel 7 months ago

    we are in Central Texas near Austin and I agree, Fall Gardens are the best !!  Got my fall stuff in the ground Friday and Saturday.  Check out the Farmer's Almanac garden planting by the moon calendar.  I swear by it !  I print it out and highlight the days for root crops, above ground crops, and seeds.  It works so well !  The Farmer in

  • TheChristina Jo 7 months ago

    ooohhh.  I saw the North Haven Garden tag….Love that place….
    You'll like the cutting celery. I have E-Z leaf. I planted that in the spring and it's still going without bolting. I would recommend growing Lovage(in part shade). It has a deeper, richer flavor than cutting celery. Makes GREAT chicken and dumplings. 

  • dragonfly9209 7 months ago

    Love your videos-very informative and interesting, glad I found your channel!

  • Jenn Russell 7 months ago

    Hey there what store did you visit I'm not having any luck in my homedepot. I'm in rockwall

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  • Rainbow Gardens 7 months ago

    The cutting celery is great for stock.   I agree about the summer garden, even though I am only in zone 6b, where we have rather mild summers.  The spring and fall gardens are sooo much nicer and enjoyable compared to the summer (humid, insects, etc. )

  • superslyfoxx1 7 months ago

    Congrats on the coming baby!
     Gosh those transplants are huge. Happy growing!

  • jksatte 7 months ago

    Congratulations on the baby. You both must be so excited. Your garden is coming around and will be great. You know sometimes things happen and you can't grow your own or conveniently buy organic starts. No problem get what you can and get on with it, just like you did. Thanks for the update.   Janice

  • LARK'S GARDENS 7 months ago

    WOW, my Home Depot does not carry ORGANIC veggie transplants.  That is why I grow from seed. Congratulations on your upcoming BABY.  Your Malabar Spinach looks fabulous.  I just can't seem to get that growing nicely in my gardens. Do you do worm farming?  It has greatly improved my soil.  I look forward to your videos, especially since we will be under snow soon.  :0)

  • Tracy Bruring 7 months ago

    personally i would not do the cover crop. i would mound very deep wood chips or very deep raw compost; this would keep out most weeds and decompose through the winter; i think your weeds are not root dead and will thrive through the winter and grow with the cover crop