Posts Tagged ‘Summer’

Las Vegas Summer Vegetable Garden – How to Grow Food in Extreme Conditions

Thursday, July 21st, 2011

John from www.growingyourgreens.com shows you what you can grow in the summer heat in Las Vegas where the temperatures exceed 100 degrees. He visits the Spring Preserve’s Vegetable Garden that is planted out by the Master Gardeners to survive in the Desert Heat.

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    Vegetable Gardening Jobs for Summer HD

    Sunday, July 3rd, 2011

    forgreenies.com Find out what you can do to improve the soil conditions of your vegie garden in preparation for a long hot summer. On Lamb Island, Queensland Australia, Kat who is passionate about living sustainably and self-sufficiently utilises what is on hand to leave her vegie plot virtually maintenance free while she is away on summer holiday. Learn how to improve the water retention of your soil and how to harvest the nutritious castings from an active worm farm (without touching the worms).

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      Urban Vegetable Gardening in Sacramento and Harvesting Artichoke Pollen

      Saturday, July 2nd, 2011

      John from www.growingyourgreens.com visits an Urban Farm in Sacramento to find out whats growing on. In this episode you willdiscover some the techniques they use at this urban farm to grow food. You will also see two chicken tractors. In addition you will learn about heirloom red okra, as well as how John loves to harvest Artichoke Pollen.

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        Container Vegetable Garden

        Friday, June 3rd, 2011

        Here’s a look at my 2009 Container Vegetable Garden. I got my seeds from Bakers Creek Heirloom Seed Co. I got the inspiration from gardengirltv…please check out her page!

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          Raised Bed Vegetable Garden Late Spring Early Summer Heirloom Tomatoes Squash Cucumber Zucchini

          Saturday, March 19th, 2011

          I planted all my plants from seed with the help of my children. We put our tomatoes out in April under plastic and they are doing very well. Raised bed gardening is the way to go if you don’t have good soil. We filled our beds with good composted soil and are hoping to have an awesome harvest!!!

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