Tuesday, December 8, 2015

What to plant in December in the California Garden

The Southern California garden is a paradise in the month of December. Thanks to the excellent weather, December is the time to do a lot of things in your garden. Today we will look at everything you need to do in the California garden in the month of December!

The Southern California December Garden

Start seeds:
  • Broccoli
  • Cabbage
  • Kale

Sow directly:
  • Radish
  • Carrots

Plant garlic and onion sets. They are available for very cheap at this time of the year!

Watch this video on the entire coverage on the California Garden in December!


3 comments:

  1. Hi, I'm so glad to see your blog. I've been watching your you-tube videos since sometime in 2015 and they are just wonderful as they contain tips and vital information. But, I just love gardening and thus just love to see all your green things in your garden. You are lucky to be gardening in California; we are in NJ and thus we can only do from May onwards. Though I try to do indoor gardening but they are not as fun as doing outside. So, now I'm going to have more fun by reading your blog as well. By the way do you grow parwal (potol in Bengali)? And where do you get seeds (or plants) for hot Indian Chili (pepper)? Please let me know. Thanks.

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  2. Hi, I'm so glad to see your blog. I've been watching your you-tube videos since sometime in 2015 and they are just wonderful as they contain tips and vital information. But, I just love gardening and thus just love to see all your green things in your garden. You are lucky to be gardening in California; we are in NJ and thus we can only do from May onwards. Though I try to do indoor gardening but they are not as fun as doing outside. So, now I'm going to have more fun by reading your blog as well. By the way do you grow parwal (potol in Bengali)? And where do you get seeds (or plants) for hot Indian Chili (pepper)? Please let me know. Thanks.

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  3. Thank you! Nice to know you like the videos.

    I get Indian chilly seeds here: http://amzn.to/22Ghe4X

    Happy Gardening!

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