Vegetable Garden Plan for 2012

I’ve been tagged by Helioforge to show you my garden plans for this year. This year I’m planing on having more flowers and I’ve started earlier than I did last year. I’m also tagging emsapowell, growsomethinggreen and anybody in zones 8 & 9 that would like to show me what their plans are.
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25 Responses to “Vegetable Garden Plan for 2012”

  1. @SalinasValleyFarmer Thanks. You have a nice setup going on : )

  2. SalinasValleyFarmer Reply April 12, 2012 at 2:59 am

    hey nice channle check out my channle going to be showing how to get great soil for ur outdoor growing and lots of veggis seeds and check out my greenhouse thanks and keep the videos comming happy growing

  3. @MrRhett18 Thanks. With a whopping 1yrs. experience under my belt if things go better than last year I’ll be on top of the world : )

  4. Very cool, hope you have a great season!

  5. Thanks can’t wait to see what you’ll be doing in your garden : )

  6. GrowSomethingGreen Reply April 12, 2012 at 4:20 am

    Looks awesome, sounds like you have a really good plan hope everything works out for you. Thanks for the tag, I’ll put my plans up here soon too…

  7. @gardenvespers777 Thank you. I haven’t had problems with damping off this year but I did lost some peppers last year and I would like to prevent it this year. I’ve heard of inoculate for peas but haven’t tried it since I don’t know where to get it locally.

  8. @Helioforge It would probably be worth a shot if anything it would at least turn into compost : ) I hope

  9. gardenvespers777 Reply April 12, 2012 at 5:52 am

    Nice raised bed set up! :-)
    You can also sprinkle a little cinnamon to help prevent the damping off (I have chamomile tea..but I haven’t had a problem with the damping off so for the past few years I haven’t been using it. I try to water from the bottom and I have learned not to over water.

    Have you tried using inoculate for your peas? Its a rhizobium for peas and beans that helps fix nitrogen in the soil. (google inoculate and peas :-) )

  10. Hmmmm, chamomile! I wonder if you can mix spent herbal tea into the potting soil mix? : )

  11. @texgardener1 Thank you. I read that you can prevent dampening off by watering with chamomile tea not sure if it will work but it’s worth a shot : )

  12. Your garden plan looks great! I can’t wait to see everything planted. I love the idea of sunflowers along the fence. I have never heard of putting chamomile tea on plants. Is it suppose to be good for them? I have chamomile growing right in my garden. No flowers yet. Thanks for sharing :)

  13. @MyInspiredCreation Thanks I’m so excited to get things going and having my first vine ripe tomato of the season : )

  14. MyInspiredCreation Reply April 12, 2012 at 8:22 am

    It looks like your garden is growing in each video! LOVE IT! You have such a really nice plan and I can’t wait for it to take into effect, it’s so exciting! Thanks for sharing!

  15. @SteveHarpster Thank you. Can’t wait to see your plans you always have so much going on : )

  16. @dianemummvideos Thank you. I just know this season will be better : )

  17. great video. looks like you have a great plan for this spring. I will do a video soon on my plans, take care

  18. nice plans ,have a good season..

  19. @Helioforge I don’t have many kitchen scraps but I’ve been tossing in what I can : )

  20. @ArizonaAdventures Thanks. Can’t wait to get things out in the garden and I would like to try a ripe tomatillo : )

  21. @Whadsupgator1 Thanks. My goal is to get things in the garden around March too. I will check out your Chanel.

  22. @4GreenEarth2 I’m so excited to get things going I’m tired of looking at empty beds : )

  23. ArizonaAdventures Reply April 12, 2012 at 1:08 pm

    Sounds like a great garden plan to me!

    Gotta love those tomatillos! I just made a video on raw tomatillo salsa hoping to upload in the next few days :)

  24. That was a very in-depth pre-season update! I’ll have to do some more planning : ) Composting is really easy, and kitchen scraps make it better!

  25. Nice video, I’m in zone 8b (Florida) and I just started my summer seeds in-doors. I suspect I’ll transplant them to the garden in early to mid March after the last frost. It’s been a very mild winter this year so I may try earlier we’ll see. Growing in the garden now is broccoli, peas, lettuce, carrots, potatoes, parsley, rosemary, strawberries, spinach, and onions.