Starting Fall Garden–July 2011

I am starting to plant a few things for fall. It has been killing me not to get some stuff in the ground for fall and I thought today would be a great day to…

8 Responses to “Starting Fall Garden–July 2011”

  1. @dustyanderson1 5 weeks…..I am wishing for cooler temps but not frost
    yet…….We see our first frost around late Oct/early
    November…….Thanks for comment……

  2. @tacheekwa It is tough……Been watering morning and night……Anything
    less they dry out too quick…….112 degrees today……Low temps at night
    are 88+……It is the hottest summer I can remember…..So far I have been
    able to keep everything alive…..I can only hope that when it cools off
    everything will be OK…..

  3. @TheGardenTech Thanks for the comment……I sure hope we have some breaks
    in the heat…….

  4. Seems strange to be planting squash this late in the season… we are about
    5 weeks or so from our 1st chance of frost up here. Hope you all get some
    rain soon.

  5. How are your seeds doing in this heat?

  6. @mhpgardener Bobby as always thanks for comments…….You do some amazing
    things and I have learned alot from watching your videos……It was
    killing me not getting something in the ground…..I just hope I can keep
    it going till it cools down and God blesses us with some rain……I am
    praying every day for it,……

  7. TheOntarioGardener Reply February 1, 2014 at 7:57 am

    I look forward to seeing how the seeds are doing.

  8. Seeing all that open ground was too much for ya huh? Just had to plant ! I
    did the same thing all day Monday. Part of it was 120′ of yellow squash, as
    if I needed anymore. I think Donald said we done learned to much from him,
    he’s gonna hold on to a few secrets ! Ya got a beautiful place Tim, sure is
    purty. ;-)