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Comments

Theenzkie 369 says:

Onion & garlic skins as diy pest spray… need to ferment overnight

Constance Jimenez says:

How much sun do your sweet peppers get? They look good, but it looks shady where they are. I'm curious because mine aren't doing great, but they get full sun, like 8 hours a day.

Ellen Conforti says:

I wrote you once in regard to the cucumbers you are now growing. They are called Japanese Long Cucumbers, I believe, not 100%. Anyway, save some seeds as Baker Creek is not selling them right now. Their new book is ready for ordering but don't know if they are in there either as I emailed them to see if they were going to get them in and she wasn't sure yet, but she would put a request in for them. They are a wonderful cucumber and I can't find a suitable supplier that has good ratings. So save your seeds if you like them.

Mia Uy says:

Your garden is beautiful and amazing. I love it!

Patricia Hawkes says:

You need to take off some foliage around the bottom of the tomatoes and also around the tomatoes themselves so they can ripen

FUN LEARNING GAMES ZOEY & CHAUNCEY says:

fully watch

A Toad in the Garden says:

Beautiful garden! You're right, the Morning Glories while gorgeous don't last long. Some to consider might be Mandevilla, Cyprus Vine, Cardinal Vine, Trumpet Vine (as long as the roots are contained), Moonflower, Passionflower and Honeysuckle. All of those should grow well in our Texas heat and humidity. Your orchard looks amazing too!

Ali Flora says:

Everything looks so beautiful

RJ Walker says:

That squash plant may be either yellow Crookneck Squash or summer Golden Yellow crookneck squash. Looks great tho!

RJ Walker says:

Sweet alyssum smells so good, like honey.

Shelley Sugino says:

Rubbing alcohol or dish soap for spider mites.

Alena Torres says:

Beautiful as always!!
I have ants taking over our yard and my garden! Do you have this issue? How do you handle them? They don't seem to bother the plants, but they are getting annoying!

Larry Stone says:

Another great video Pretty Lady thx for sharing looks good Keep growing Be safe

Kimberly Ferguson says:

Congratulations on your daughters graduation. Great tour!

Summer of Stacey says:

Thank you for taking the time to film, edit and post!! I KNOW that is such a busy busy time, and congratulations on your daughters graduation; it’s a family accomplishment!! ❤️

Summer of Stacey says:

Girl yes, the rain!! We’ve finally had 2 straight days of sunshine in Frisco. You’ve inspired me with all your different varieties of tomatoes!!

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