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Crookneck Squash in Florida Backyard Vegetable Garden

August 6th, 2009 by Matthew Steinhoff

This Crookneck Squash is pretty much the last thing growing in my South Florida backyard raised vegetable garden….

Crookneck Squash Growing in Florida Backyard Raised Vegetable Garden

Long story short, it’s hot here in South Florida and our growing season is pretty much over until October.

Coming soonish… a review of the LinkSys webcam that is powering the live garden video feed.

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  • Farmer Matt, nice blog. Are you doing anything right now to prepare for the fall/winter growing season?
    Scott – Big Pine Key

  • So glad I found your blog! Have you tried growing garlic? I just found out the old and moldy garlic I have been buying comes all the way from China! So, I would like to grow my own in a container.

  • This is great. I live in PBG. My friend and I have decided to turn part of my fenced in backyard into a vegetable/herb garden.

  • It’s definitely time to start preparing and getting your gardens ready for our South Florida growing season!
    Go here to read more about doing it – and watch Matt’s web cam, too:

  • Im glad to find you online, I live in Pembroke Pines and have been trying to grow vegetables but only been successful with peppers and some tomatoes. Every bug in the world comes to eat my plants and the squash flowers just wilt away before growing. Any advise on when to plant and how to water, etc. I may be watering too much or just planted out of season.