Added by on 2016-05-24

Amazing Edible Urban Garden in the Desert of Arizona. This is my edible urban garden in the Phoenix area of Arizona! Come with me on a journey of growing your own food at home here on my Vegan Athlete YouTube Channel! “Subscribe” today, hit “Like”, and “Share” our garden videos with your gardening friends! 🙂 Join My New Online Gardening School for at http://subscriptions.viddler.com/JakeMaceKungFu (Scroll to the Bottom) Visit my Gardening Store: http://jakemace.com/kungfu/Gardening_STORE.html Let’s Garden Together Online. My New Gardening Online School is a month or a year at http://www.JakeMace.com Check Out & ORDER Our Gardening Supplies & Tree Food HERE: http://jakemace.com/kungfu/Gardening.html Hit the “Like” button, Click “SUBSCRIBE”, Comment Below, and Share this Video! Friend me on Facebook at http://www.Facebook.com/jakemace.taichi Check out my website at http://www.JakeMace.com Email me at: JakeMaceVegan@gmail.com Check out my other YouTube channels at: http://www.YouTube.com/ShaolinCenter http://www.YouTube.com/OrderTaiChi http://www.YouTube.com/VeganAthlete Music for this video is “Dhaka” by Kevin MacLeod with http://www.Incompetech.com Related PostsAmazing Edible Garden – Harvesting Rainwater in Phoenix, ArizonaMy Garden Tour – Phoenix, Arizona 2015 – Edible & Tropical TREESLow Desert Vegetable Garden near Phoenix, ArizonaTop Leafy Green for Phoenix, Arizona Desert Gardens – Summer Heat Garden GreensTop Leafy Green for Phoenix, Arizona Desert Gardens – Summer Heat Garden GreensUpdate for my Low Desert Garden near Phoenix, Arizona

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20 Comments

  • Marta Quiles 1 year ago

    Amazing garden!

  • Eli Nasi 1 year ago

    Very nice.

    Jake what other animals do you grow? That turtle realy made me jealous..

  • chris evans 1 year ago

    How the fuck are you vegan if you restrain and exploit animals in your garden? I don't think it is wrong, but how is it vegan?

  • seribelz 1 year ago

    AMAZING! But I live in northern Mexico, near arizona in Baja California but I haven't seen that much variety of edible plants before, I wish I had a garden like yours

  • June ribaldi 1 year ago

    Wow Super Amazing who knew you could grow that there
    Im going to have to visit seriously Super Great for you and your family I know of no one on the west coast growing Moringa You certainly have the Trees .
    My question is Do you sell any of your Produce and ship to southern California Im Organic Vegan Raw Im subscribing makes me want to come check the desert out Im growing here at the Beach however no space for Trees Your growing Longevity Food. Yay very Happpy and thrilled for you Thank you for sharing Super 😉 :)

  • myluckypenny 1 year ago

    Can you do a video on how you harvest and use your pink peppercorns from your tree? I'm very curious about this plant to grow spices for the kitchen!

  • Drew Griffin 1 year ago

    How can anyone thumbs down this video. That garden is amazing!! :)

  • Chaiyapol Pinyoboon 1 year ago

    awesome……..

  • dan8 1 year ago

    I never knew you can grow all of those tropicals in the US. What are your lows there? It can get to around 25 degress F in winter for me here in CA and many of my plants die. You guys don't have water restrictions? Last year we were only allowed two watering days a week, and after 6pm..

  • Mariana Levi 1 year ago

    This is amazing! I wish I had a garden…

  • Heather Vallentyne Moreau 1 year ago

    I really want to do this! I am in Southern California… Wish you were closer to come over and do a consult!

  • Si Duong 1 year ago

    How's cold in the winter in your area? How can you protect all your plants you have?

  • Evelyne Beliveau 1 year ago

    this garden is AMAZING! :D

  • Daniel Kim 1 year ago

    this was pretty freaking rad. subscribed!

  • tresenglish 1 year ago

    Jake – Have you (will you) publish a plant list? A lot of these won't stand Tucson's cold temperatures, but some of them will. I would love to try some of them, but the particular variety matters.

  • da112568 1 year ago

    WOW, I remember. Jake. You use to post martial art tutorial on here. I know. You were into veggan diet. Did you ever thought creating your own recipe by scratch? if you can do it will be great. Did you ever thought about doing these things on nation wide/ cable? Again. You might not like being in front of the camera, so much. Take care and be safe. Have wonderful and peaceful night with your beautiful wife at home. May God bless you with his strength and his will power to stay healthy and strong. In Jesus name. Amen!!!

  • Powell Gammill 1 year ago

    How do you like the taste of the ironwood seeds? I have enjoyed native mesquite pods and palo verde seeds, but have yet to try ironwood seeds.

  • VOTE4TAJ 1 year ago

    Jake, wonderful soothing music. Should I consider this an invitation to settle in Phoenix. I was thinking of moving to somewhere like Rancho De Santa Fe, CA. Your garden is truly an inspiration.

  • NAILUJFILMS 1 year ago

    wow I like … I love your work and it is amazing that plants grow up fruit in that deserted area … I live in Puerto Rico and many plants here do not give moisture and others do not give heat and the lemon here on the island lemons do not grow so abundant size and yours when I saw I was impressed. good friend I like your work ethic and cleanliness you have in your garden.

  • Vegans Living Off the Land 1 year ago

    I grew Luffa gourds too.
    Fig trees will grow in climate zones 6, which is where I am growing. The figs started fruiting plump purple fruits after two years. I have the Chicago Hardy varieties.