Hail Storm destroys Oklahoma gardens

Hail damage in Oklahoma was intense. If you live in Oklahoma and have pictures of your garden after the hail storm send a link and I will add it here so we can accumulate all the stories together. Some thing this heavy would have destroyed my garden.


Quick Gardens is going to Video

I have created a Youtube channel for this blog so everyone can follow the garden project in a more interactive way. I am finding it is much easier to show the process in video than try to explain it in writing. Click here for the Quick GardensYoutube channel to keep updated on the latest helpful tips, the good and bad, my cat and the Give A Garden Project. I created this blog for all those who would like to grow there own food no matter where they are. Here is the first video that started it all. Click here to view more videos.


Update Vegetable Garden Video

Here is an updated video from late September. It’s really turned hot and muggy since this video. It must be an Indian Summer. The Garden is much larger now which you will see on the next video coming soon.

Fall Vegetable garden

Fall is here and we are planting tomatoes, broccoli, Squash, cucumbers, and watermelon. The garden has been upgraded and is almost there. Check out the video. I hope it inspires you to grow your own garden.

Vegetable Garden Update 10

The Icebox Watermelon is about ready for harvest. Pulled tomato plants and planted Southern beans and zucchini squash.
Check it out.

4th of July Garden Update

Bring out the sparklers and bottle rockets. The Vegetable garden is still kicking. I do wonder if all the smoke tonight will affect the plants. Here’s the most recent video of the garden. I use a small digital camera for filming. I need to work on projecting my voice clearer in the video.

Happy 4th everyone.

Video Update. Hot Weather Vegetables

It’s been over 100 degrees at times the past week and the garden is still thriving. Check out the video. I also installed a rain barrel out of a trash can. It’s simple, inexpensive and anyone can make one. Hope your garden is doing well. I’d love to hear from you.

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