Welcome to Daddy Pete’s Plant Pleaser, where our mission is to help you grow…one plant, one garden, one lawn at a time.
As pioneer men and women cultivating your own lawns and gardens to grow your own fruits and vegetables, we offer recipes to help you bring your harvest from your garden…to your kitchen…to your dinner table.
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FRUIT & VEGETABLE LIST
If you haven’t had time to plant a garden this year, or want to increase your harvest before cold weather, July is still a great month for starting a new garden or raised bed, or for replanting vegetables in your existing garden or raised beds. For July, you can plant the following vegetables for the first time or you can replant them for a later harvest: bell peppers, corn, green beans, hot peppers, okra, pumpkin, squash, sweet potatoes, and tomatoes. To plant or replant these items during July, we recommend using our Daddy Pete’s Cow Manure, Daddy Pete’s Kickin’ Chickin, Daddy Pete’s Lawn & Garden, or Daddy Pete’s Mushroom Compost mixed in with your existing soil. You can also use Daddy Pete’s Raised Bed Mix as a stand-alone mix to put in your raised beds.
As with any month of the year, July is a good month for fertilizing your lawn with Daddy Pete’s Barnyard Fertilizer. This is our pelleted lawn and garden fertilizer that consists of Daddy Pete’s Composted Cow Manure and Daddy Pete’s Composted Chicken Manure. It can be applied all 4 seasons of the year, and it is safe for pets and children. This all-natural fertilizer adds organic matter to your lawn and garden, and it will not burn your lawn during the summer months. You can apply our Barnyard Fertilizer with a broadcast spreader by placing your setting to fully open or 1 position back from fully open. You can also use Barnyard Fertilizer to top dress your container plants or hanging baskets.