Making your own garden shade cover is one of the best ways to extend your summer crop. Garden sun shade covers are important in areas with long hot summers or gardens that receive too much direct sunlight. In this video Scott and Margaret walk you through how they made the shade cover for their vegetable garden in North Texas. Shade cloth can really help lower hot summer temperatures and block some of the overpowering direct heat and light that we in Texas experience from Late May on into early September. A shade cover will extend your spring and summer garden and allow you to plant your fall garden earlier. Both of these help you produce more from your garden. An added benefit it the shade cloth also provides a shaded area for weeding, planting and harvesting. For more cooking, sewing and crafty inspiration visit Hearts & Home on: BLOG: http://www.heartsandhome.com SHOP: http://shop.heartsandhome.com FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Hearts-and-Home/119125577059 PINTEREST: http://www.pinterest.com/heartsandhome/ Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsRaised Bed Organic Vegetable Gardening Planting With Deep Soil: Summer GardensStep-by-Step Guide to Vegetable Gardens : Vegetable Gardening 101Vegetable Gardening : How to Control Ants in Vegetable GardensVegetable Gardening : How to Get Rid of Rabbits in Vegetable GardensIdeas for Green Walls and Vertical Gardens Urban GardeningBetter Homes and Gardens – Gardening: winter vegetable garden
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