Category Archives: Arizona Garden

First peppers

The first, rather pathetic, bell peppers of the season are in. A diminutive jalepeno and of course squash and zucchini. Curfew issued last night as well. A little chaos a couple of miles away in my little town. Lord, I … Continue reading

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Peach trees

The two peach trees were put in as sticks from Costco early this year. Both are over six feet now. Looking good. They were a little taxed by the heat the last couple of days but heavily watered they are … Continue reading

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Grapes

Ive had a love/hate relationship with grapes so far. I have yet to grow any GOOD tasting grapes to maturity. They usually get eaten by birds and such before that point, actually before THIS point. The plants are great to … Continue reading

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Too late to plant?

Just as an experiment I planted some Desert King watermelon today. I already have some growing. But I decided to fill in where the garlic had been. ´┐╝They are pretty hearty plants so they may last and we have a … Continue reading

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Peppers and tomatoes are coming around

We have yet to pick a ripe tomato or pepper but we are getting some contenders. Weather is warming up again, probably for good this time. Temps are still below 80 at night so plants are still setting fruit. It’s … Continue reading

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