Raised Bed Vegetable Garden Late Spring Early Summer Heirloom Tomatoes Squash Cucumber Zucchini

February 20, 2011 by Mario  
Filed under Gardening Tips


I planted all my plants from seed with the help of my children. We put our tomatoes out in April under plastic and they are doing very well. Raised bed gardening is the way to go if you don’t have good soil. We filled our beds with good composted soil and are hoping to have an awesome harvest!!!

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15 Responses to “Raised Bed Vegetable Garden Late Spring Early Summer Heirloom Tomatoes Squash Cucumber Zucchini”
  1. cpilfold420 says:

    not enough space between your plants

  2. aarondegroot says:

    I really enjoyed looking at your plants. Grow more, use a drip system. Good job!

  3. simip001 says:

    Hello,
    How do you water these raised beds…..I dont have a large backyard and was wondering if we can do raised beds in apartment patios …Pls guide me thanks

  4. stymye says:

    wow those tomato plants are really packed in there!

  5. KristieSue says:

    Yep I like to fish too :) Those aren’t all my fish (my husband caught a few) but some of them are :D I’d love to see pictures of your garden. We’re getting ready to start some indoor seeds soon too :)

  6. trigerboyy says:

    hi kristie!! is that you on the avatar? you love to fish too? i just built my raised garden last week. and i planted some seeds indoor. when it’s ready im gonna transfer it outside. i live in AZ.i use horse manure to fertilize the soil. send u some pics laterz.

  7. theroilsoil says:

    Beautiul garden!!

    I’d place the “kid area” away from where your peppers are growing – kids just have that tendancy of placing everythng into their mouths.

  8. Rixterkat says:

    beautiful garden and I’m positive you’ll have a great harvest!

    I started late on mine this year.

  9. MeSeeUTube says:

    Awesome garden ! Great job !
    Your tomatos in the first 30 seconds of this video look AWESOME !

  10. KristieSue says:

    I live in Missouri and I believe our average last frost is April 1 to April 30th. I started my plants indoors and when I put them out there were under cover for the first three weeks so I got a head start on the growing season.

  11. KristieSue says:

    I live in Missouri and I believe our average last frost is April 1 to April 30th. I started my plants indoors and when I put them out there were under cover for the first three weeks so I got a head start on the growing season.

  12. breebopalula says:

    beautiful, say what state are you in? When was last frost? I started out this year in March and just got lettuce harvests in mid-late may. I am in British Columbia. Last frost April 1 2009.

  13. sugerbear520 says:

    nice

  14. KristieSue says:

    All my plants are heirlooms so the seeds are not genetically modified in any way. This is my first year growing from seed. I grew everything myself so I know there were no pesticides or herbicides used. I am learning to compost so that will be my fertilizer for next year I won’t be using chemical fertilizers. I believe I will be able to harvest enough to last year round. We use lots of sauces and tomato products so I grew enough tomato’s and peppers to make our own. We are a family of 6.

  15. Ernexttxenre says:

    Are you able to feed your family year round with that much produce?

    Do you plant Organic? Or do you use herbicides and pesticides?

    Do you know if the food is genetically modified?

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