This Summer we finally carved out some time to build and plant our very first garden and, several weeks into our growing season now, it’s come SUCH a long, long way. I can’t wait to take you on a tour today!
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Planting Tomatoes, Peppers, squash, zucchini and More in Pots/Containers IN THE GROUND as Raised Bed Vegetable Garden. Rid Gophers from the Garden. Great to help retain and direct water to the plants, in the hot weather, but I do this all year round. With open end pots, water is directed to the plants.
John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ takes you on a full tour of his backyard summer desert vegetable garden that has 26 raised beds and over 20 potted fruit trees.
In this episode, John walks you around his las vegas urban desert garden to share with you the best fruits and vegetables you can grow in las vegas and other hot climates.
You will discover some of the techniques John uses to grow food in the desert, including creating microclimates, and growing many different types of crops.
You will learn more about some of the special varieties of plants that John grows that are heat tolerant so he can have a successful gardening season in 100+ degree weather.
Along the way, you will learn many other helpful gardening tips and tricks.
After watching this episode, you will be more familiar with some of the heat tolerant vegetables that you should grow if you live in a climate that is in excess of 100 degrees on a regular basis.
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Concrete Block Raised Bed Garden Construction
Planting Peppers in a Raised Bed
Don’t Plant Mint in a Raised Bed or this will Happen
How to Root Water Spinach (Kang Kong Vegetable)
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A few NEW things in the garden this year. Fruit Tree Update and Crazy Cat video. Container Garden has new sun shades to protect from heat. Growing Corn for the first time and a new lettuce variety called Black Seeded Simpson is a winner and yields big harvest. raised bed square foot vegetable tomato gardening
These are the best raised garden beds for growing veggies. These raised garden beds are great for older people, those with disabilities, or younger people wanting a fun and easier way to grow your own food. In this video, I also share some exciting news about these types of culvert-style garden beds becoming available in the USA!
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Welcome to the Southern California Garden In the month of April in 2018. We look at a lot of gardening tasks in this video, including securing your raised beds with chicken wire to keep critters out, a lot of harvests of fruits and vegetables including Cabbage, Cayenne Pepper, Chillies, Hyacinth Beans, Mulberry, Orange, Taro Root & More! We also look at some things for you to do in your garden, like composting, amending garden soil, etc.
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In this episode of autopilot gardening we are talking about raised beds, the benefits of them, how they reduce work for me as a gardener, and help to bring me closer to an auto pilot garden.
How to easily build a raised garden bed out of wooden pallets for free! …Well almost free. Building a raised vegetable garden with pallets or reclaimed wood is a really rewarding experience. The garden bed idea out of pallets came about from the fact that l wanted to build a rustic looking raised garden bed. A vegetable garden bed that not only provides delicious food, but looks good at the same time. The recycled wood has come from hardwood timber pallets that have been sourced totally FREE of charge!
I’ve always wanted to build a raised vegetable garden bed so stay tuned to this video.
The garden beds will be approx. 2.4 metres (8 foot) long x 1.2metres (4 foot) wide.
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Materials and Tools Required for Constructing a Raised Vegetable Garden Bed out of Wooden Pallets with sides of 380mm (15 inches) high and 2400mm (94 inches) long are;
Three to Four Hardwood Pallets. (Free)
Two Packets (100 screws per packet) of 40mm Outdoor Screws to build your Panels.
One Packet of 65mm (50 per Packet) Out door Screws to attach your Panels to each other. $8.00
Drop Saw, Hand Saw or Circular Saw.
Cordless Drill with size 2 Phillips Head Bit.
Drill bit for drilling pilot holes. The drill bit needs to be smaller in diameter than the screw you are using.
An Electric Planer (if you plan to dress your timber).
A Bar Clamp (used for pulling the boards together if you want a tight fit prior to screwing together)
A Tape Measure.
A Nail Punch.
A Shovel and a,
Extras if Desired:
One length of 25mm Poly Pipe at 3 metres long and two 20mm lengths of 3 metre Poly Pipe (used for bird netting support). $20.00
One packet of 25mm galvanized pipe brackets (to secure the Poly Pipe). $6.00
Bird Netting. $15.00
One Roll of Garden Mat. $12.00
One tin (1 litre) of water based oil. $25.00
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You don’t need a farm to grow fresh vegetables, herbs and fruits. A compact vegetable garden integrated into an existing landscape where it serves also as a focal point will be all you need.
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