Late Bloomer – Transition from Winter to Summer Garden – Episode 33

| August 21, 2013 | 2 Replies

Late Bloomer – Transition from Winter to Summer Garden – Episode 33 covers Kaye’s tips for success. To fence or not to fence? That is the question. In Kaye’s case, the transition from winter to summer this year including installing a border fence to her front yard garden.

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“Observation is key to the success of a garden.” – Kaye Kittrell 2013

Getting the last of the seeds planted before the last rain on May 5, before the long, dry summer, was Kaye’s goal in this episode.

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Okra seeds planted on May 5 in Kaye’s garden

Kaye plants a summer-only front yard patch in her second stand of corn.

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Kaye waters freshly planted corn seed on “The Back 40”

Thanks for watching! Please share with your garden network. If you have a question or advice for me, please leave me a comment. – Kaye

Category: Late Bloomer Episodes, Uncategorized, Urban Gardening

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  1. Beautiful fence. (one of the things I miss about living in California is the availability of redwood). Living in the woods, we must have a fence to keep the deer out.

    You make a good point about tracking the sun over time. We cannot garden outdoors year ’round (only mid-spring to mid-fall) but even over the course of summer, the amount of sun changes. Being aware of solar exposure helps with garden siting and can also identify to trees that need pruning.


    • Thank, Andy, it cost more than we’d plan to spend but it looks nice and does the job! Yes sun is lowering in sky now. My house is in the way! Wish I had a whole lot just for an urban farm, but I would need a few helpers. 🙂

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