Gardening in North Dakota – Bagicha Bazaar



Today’s photos are of Shiloh in Williston, North Dakota, a cold spot on the edge of zones 3 and 4, but that doesn’t stop Shiloh from having a beautiful, productive garden!

A large garden bed before the plants growThis is the garden bed. Lack of space is not an issue here. Add a little irrigation and you’ll have excellently productive gardens.

A view of a garden bed from a distance with plants beginning to grow.The plants are starting to grow. On the right side of the photo you can see healthy potatoes mulched with straw. The line of conifers provides a bit of a windbreak from the wide open prairie landscape.

Excellent rows of vegetable crops in a large garden.Corn, squash, potatoes—everything looks flawless, and not a weed in sight! You can see that Shiloh uses wires down the length of the bed to make sure each row is perfectly straight and organized. Planting corn four rows deep this way ensures that it can pollinate itself effectively and produce a good crop.

A pile of freshly cut potatoesAnd look at that beautiful crop of potatoes! They are picture perfect. Some four-legged helpers watch over the excavation.

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