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Epic Garden in Arizona Using 100% Wood Chips – Wow! Check out my garden in Tempe, Arizona growing squash and zucchini plants in 100% wood chips!!! ­čÖé Hit the “Like” button, Click “SUBSCRIBE”, Comment Below, and Share this Video! Friend me on Facebook at Check out my website at Check out my other YouTube channels at: Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsSuperSize Your Vegetables with Wood Chips & Rock Dust in Your Garden“Tower Garden Planting” by Epic GardeningEpic Yard Farm – Garden Tour Spring 2015 – Phoenix & Tempe ArizonaHow I Prepare My Vegetable Garden Beds Using Wood ChipMy Favorite Nursery in Phoenix, Arizona for a Vegetable Garden!EPIC Twin Vs Twin 1v1 Kids Garden Football Challenge!!

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  • philcoppa 1 year ago

    looks like pumpkin to me´╗┐

  • Austin Paz 1 year ago

    I wish I could go to that garden.´╗┐

  • Collin Dolbin 1 year ago

    That looks like an eight ball gourd which is basically a round zucchini´╗┐

  • Tracy Wang 1 year ago


  • KL NYC 1 year ago

    Hey i have a question. Where did you get your woodchips in Tempe? I do BTE garden here on the east coast but always wondered how easy it would be to do it out in AZ where there aren't many trees.´╗┐

  • Vegans Living Off the Land 1 year ago

    I am in love with your forest garden´╗┐

  • Vegans Living Off the Land 1 year ago

    Hmm looked like a pumpkin´╗┐

  • John Purdome 1 year ago

    That's a pumpkin which is just a hard squash, you can eat them young like that as┬á a summer squash or let them change color and they will store well.´╗┐

  • Steven Padilla 1 year ago

    Very nice!´╗┐

  • Courtney McFarland 1 year ago

    Looks like a pumpkin´╗┐

  • Jora Lebedev 1 year ago

    New to your channel and love it. ┬áDoesn't the spherical nature of the fruit from the first plant make you think it might not be a zucchini? ┬áHalf my backyard here in Minnesota is now wood chips, BTW. ┬áLess lawn, more veggies.´╗┐

  • Tony Ph 1 year ago

    Hey Jake, quick question. I wanted to buy some land that's pretty much in the desert area of California and came across your videos on how you grow your garden and some fruit trees in hot Phoenix AZ. I was wondering if the temperature is the only thing to consider? Or do I have to also consider soil and humidity and all that too? Your videos are very inspiring and I wanted to do something like what you've done! But not sure if it's doable or a good idea to do it in Twentynine Palms, CA. Thanks, and keep up the good work with the vids!´╗┐

  • Allotmental 1 year ago

    I might just throw some zucchini seeds down on some wood chips i have a see if they grow :-)´╗┐

  • Nathan L 1 year ago

    That "zucchini" looks an awful lot like an unripe pumpkin.´╗┐

  • James West 1 year ago

    …"my yard is now alive, and I have no control over it." What submission. ROFL. Don't forget to harvest and eat the squash blossoms. Very delicious. I am sure Pam can find a proper way to prepare them. On another note….The videos that you and Shamus are doing are fantastic.´╗┐

  • ladyplantenergy 1 year ago

    Hi Jake. Love your videos. I'm in Australia and we are told not to use wood chips because of the oils in the eucalyptus. I used wood chips for the paths a few years ago. I let plants ┬ágo to seed to save seed. I noticed the plants coming up in the paths were not attacked by bugs and grew so quickly and strong. Digging around the soil under the wood chips where full of worms and castings it was rich and black. I have sandy soils. Last spring i wood chipped most my garden. I use compost bins ┬áthat i put near trees I spread out and covered with wood chips. The pumpkins that came up were amazing producing 12 Queensland blues they died down and Japanese pumpkins replaced them they are still growing unusual as we are heading into winter. No work from me and no water. Its been the driest summer since records where kept. I have used only a quarter of the water consumption compared to last year. My fruit trees are abundant in fruit. Largest crops I've had and very tasty. Go the wood chips. Unfortunately have to pay for them and its expensive here.´╗┐

  • Satoshi Chomsky 1 year ago


  • Hardcore gardener 1 year ago

    I get a lot of volunteers too, usually tough plants grow well. Yellow crooknecks are my fav, I grow way too many of them every year. ´╗┐

  • Susan Valkai 1 year ago

    squashes truly are not picking plants´╗┐

  • Camp RandD 1 year ago

    This is by far the most awesome thing! Love your videos! You are a good gardener! I have an area like that with wood chips – guess everybody what I am going to plant there!!! Gardeners rock! From Ontario Canada gardener….´╗┐