hi everyone will I always want to havefresh vegetables to pick from my plot and today I’m gonna seed six new cropshere in August so that when my time vegetables are finishing up and startingto die out I’ll have some fresh new veggies ready to pick now I know whatyou’re thinking if you’re like me your garden-variety bottoms are full well not a problembecause today we’re gonna actually create some new opening by growingvertically on a really simple inexpensive trellis and in containersand we’re also going to tuck these floras into little punctures in the gardenbeds now the pastures I’m embed today are easy to grow and become from grain toharvest in about six to eight weeks that’s why I’m implant these particularvegetables because there’s still time to get a harvest before the cold weatherhits now most of these can be embed instantly in your plot bottoms which makesit really easy if you want to you can start from seeds indoors under growlights but I precisely started these grains in a tray here right outside on my deck theweather is nice and warm and they ripened really fast now I really plantedthese on July 11 th about three weeks ago ago and you can see how big-hearted they alreadyare and they’re ready to be planted now the first harvest we’re going to planttoday is cucumbers now if you’ve grown cucumbers before you know they’re avining seed and they can take up a lot of room so we’re gonna develop themvertically up a trellis now I am really excited about this trellis it’s gonnamake a nice little arch over the garden bunked and I got the idea from Gary at therest of the plot when he saw his house in Maryland about a month ago thisis called ladder mesh I picked it up at Home Depot it’s about 350 apiece so it’sreally inexpensive I have two patches here that we’re going to zip tietogether and make a little arch over the plot bunked so first off what I’m gonnado is attach my two pieces of ladder mesh with some zip ties I’m just gonnaline it up and to end so I overlap the ladder mesh just a little bit I’m goingto attach them as zip ties they’re nice and secure and I’m likewise attaching the ends of eachpiece of ladder mesh to the other piece that nature we don’t have any sharp-worded edgessticking out now that I have my two fragments of ladder mesh attached I’m justgonna arch it over at these two garden couches here now the great thing is becausewe’re ripening vertically our cucumbers are not going to take up a lot of spaceand neither is this trellis so look for a plot bed or two garden berths that youhave a couple depressions in popping the trellis in and you’ll be good to go with yourcucumbers so it’s super easy to install just gonna push it down into the soilsoil is nice and loose now and then arch it over but I’m really excitedabout this I think it’s gonna really add some quality and dimension to the hillhere it’s gonna look really pretty you’re putting it right down into thesoil here now what I’m gonna do is just pound in a bamboo pole into my trellishere to exactly establish it a little of additional reinforce now I’ve had these piecesof bamboo around my ground for a lot of years you can use anything you havearound your ground just something that’s nice and sturdy that will provide alittle bit of additional support for your trellis okay now let’s go to the otherside now various types of cucumbers I’m planting today are the space mastercucumbers and the reason why I really like to flower these right now in thelate summer is because they’re are more compact quicker flourishing hodgepodge andthese are in my late time garden-variety grain collecting which I’ve packed togetherto make it really easy for you there’s seven potpourruss in now of speedy growingvegetables and they’re on sale right now at my website 15% off with the codeAugust so pick them up and you can get your garden embed so we’re just gonnapop these out here and I am gonna compute some her mysterio insect sheds to thesoil you do want to make sure you’re enhancing your grime because if you’vebeen growing in it all summer it obviously needs some more nutrients soyou can see here I have three little seedlings in my little seedcell now but don’t worry about it you can grow cucumbers really closelytogether but I’m just gonna kept them in here embed them right at the cornerstone of mytrellis and they’re gonna grow freedom up over the trellis and be absolutelybeautiful now I’m really enjoying the appear of this trellis so far I entail thisliterally took me about five minutes to install and it only expense me about$ 7 soit’s really quick and inexpensive so besides seeding a couple oftransplants there you can also plant cucumbers from seed which I’m gonna dohere on the other side so that when this batch over here is dying out I’ll havesome plants at different stages of reap so they’ll be ready for thepicking then so I’m gonna pour a few seeds into my hands here maybe aboutthree seeds and merely protrude them right into the soil and cucumbers are sofastgrowing as long as it’s still warm weather where you live they’re gonnasprout within a week or so and start stretching there’s nothing more deliciousin this summer than a fresh cucumber now because I demand these bushes to go reallyfast I wishes to be feed them with a good water liquid soluble fertilizer right offthe bat so I get going really fast so I framed got a couple of spouts of the good dirtplant food now I’ve tried this in my garden for several years it is reallygonna get these flowers off to a great start it has a 10 in nitrogen so it’llgive them some nice good leafy growing and then I’m likewise including some of thevermis Terra worm tea to my watering can here and that really computes all the goodbeneficial bacteria keep your weeds neat and healthyso I irrigate my cucumber displace with it here and it is gonna be amazing towatch these flowers change you guys can do this too get out there and get some ofthese seeded it’s so as easy as it looks and you’ll love having the glean last-minute in thesummer now the next vegetable that we’re gonnaplant is nuts now beans are one of those vegetables that you can plant andgrow all summer long because they grow so fast so if you don’t have any spacein your garden plots certainly plant some in a receptacle these were plantedabout 10 days ago believe it or not inspect how quickly they’re already growingand you can pick one of these containers on my website but I too require you tolook for some depressions in your garden bed so right here I have a little spacethat’s empty that’s a excellent distinguish to stow some bean grains so again I’m justgoing to add some of the snake castings to the soil to amend the grunge I’m gonnaplant right here along this dripping irrigation hose and you will be amazedat how quickly these beans germinate it’s so much fun to see them pop through thesoil within simply such matters of a week or so and these are the Blue Lake Bushbeans from the late summer garden grain collection a really tasty common bean sowe’re just gonna seed the seeds maybe an inch or so apart cover them with soiland we’re good to go now the third quick thriving vegetablethat I’m gonna flora is squash now you can plant any variety of squash that youlike I’m gonna plant some of the crookneck squash from the late summergarden grain collection and I’m just gonna get it out of the container hereby tightening it up and you can see here I’ve got three or four differenttransplants stretching and I’m actually only gonna plant one in this particularspot and I’ll look for another little loophole in my garden to flora some more andsquash is another vegetable that you can also plant grains instantly in your gardenit germinates so fast and I’m telling you guys this is gonna be ready to harvestprobably in another month or so and whoever stops by he’ll be sharing yoursquash with I’m going to gently separate the seedlings there we go get it in hereI previously added insect moldings to the soil let’s sound it right down here inthis hole and squash likes full Sun so the recognize gets a lot of delightful full Sunduring the day squash does like a good little bit of seat so this squash willspill over this garden-variety berthed and look very pretty but if you want to savespace when you thrive squash I’ll appearance you right here I have a zucchini plantthat’s actually growing in a tomato enclosure so you can see here I’ve been weavingthese leaves in throughout this tomato cage to help save space the seed growsup and doesn’t sprawl over the garden bunked now the fifth vegetable it’sactually an herb that I’m going to plant today is basil basil is such an easyherb to grow so if you don’t grow any other warm weather herb grow basilso here I have some little seedlings again started about three weeks ago I’mgonna pop some here in this container and we’re also gonna pop them in alittle hole that I have over here in the garden berthed you can also plant seedsdirectly in your container or in your garden bunked and it doesn’t really matterif you plant basil and globs like this it does just fine it’s very quick andsimple to pop into a receptacle and it ripens extremely very fast you can see theleaves are already developing really nicely and these will be ready toharvest probably in about three to four weeks we’ll have a neat little containerof basil right outside the kitchen door so now I’m gonna tuck some basil in thislittle hole in my plot bed so just look for depressions in your garden you don’tneed a good deal of seat simply little recognizes where you don’t have anything developing soI’m gonna plant some in now next to this larger basil plant which will startto die off and then I’ll have some brand-new little seedlings to take its place sothe louse throws loosen the grunge just gonna pop in the seedlings you couldalso plant basil grains right here and that practice you’ll have them coming up verysoon to be ready to harvest in about six to eight weeks now the six vegetable I’mgonna bush today is chard chard is a super quick proliferating heatlovingvegetable so it’s perfect to weed now in the late summertime and again I’ve got alittle loophole here in my garden-variety berthed so I’m just gonna fold him in title back heresprinkle in some worm sheds and chard you can easily plant from grain as wellactually let me move the leaves back just a little bit so I can plantdirectly in the grime so you can start from seed or I’m going to weed theselittle transplants here I’m gonna seed the red-faced chard today these are littletransplants and you can see how the branches are absolutely showy so ifyou’ve never swell chard before you have to grow it it’s delicious dark-green not onlyis it hot accept it’s it’s really cold long-suffering too so this chart willlast you in the winter time as long as it’s launched before the frost hitsnow chard is a super super hardy plant and you can even once it gets large youcan cut it off at the root here it will regrow so what is definitely amusthave plant for your plot well these are looking just a little bitwilted with a little of irrigate and some sunshine they’ll perk right up nowa little bonus plan that I’m gonna pop in here that’s also in my late summergarden grain accumulation is the Thumbelina zinnia it’s because we don’t want toforget about the pollinators keep on planting those blooms to wreak thepollinators into your late summer and autumn garden-variety so these are small littlevariety of zinnias and again we’re just gonna stow them in this little hole herezinnias are so so beautiful they’re brilliant pigments the bees andthe pollinators cherish them and you are gonna be so happy to see these beautifulbright hues growing in your garden-variety and you can also plant zinnia seeds directlyin your plot couches only too well there you have it six quick changing pastures and aflower very for the pollinators that you can plant now so that you have harvestsin the late time and into the fall well grab yourself a late time gardenseed collection 15% off with the code August through Monday August 5thcomment below let me know if you wanna be planting any of these vegetables inyour plot look forward to hearing from you thanks so much better for watching we’llsee in the next video