I like to grow lots of different things. I even like to try to grow things that are a little challenging. Sometimes it works great, and sometimes it doesn’t work so well. I wanted to share 5 different plants that we’ve grown in our garden, and why we won’t grow them again. Several plants we grew required long growing seasons (Narajilla, Pepino Melon, Tzimbalo Melon Pear, Pineapple) or special treatment. One other plant we decided not to grow again because it grew too well (English Ivy). If you are looking for plants not to grow in zone 6, this list of plants are plants that didn’t work out very well for us.
Let me know if you’ve ever grown any of these plants, and how they did for you in your zone.
Things we use in the garden, and my camera gear (affiliate):
Pepino Melon: 00:58
Tzimbalo Melon Pear: 1:48
English Ivy: 3:20
Pepino Melon: https://youtu.be/fHWdcL7UzUE
Tzimbalo Melon Pear: https://youtu.be/QdxxRFu_nBg
I garden in zone 6b, in the state Kansas. I would love to hear from you, so feel free to comment, make suggestions, ask a question, give tips, tell about your garden, or even offer constructive criticism.
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