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Creating a Fig Tree Forest in an Arizona Garden – My Gardening Secrets – LIVE VIDEO! This is a LIVE Gardening video from my home in Arizona showing one of the delicious Fig Trees I’m growing in my backyard garden! My special friend John Kohler drops by to try a taste of my figs! Go to 01:50 to see the special guest! My NEW Facebook GARDENING Group is AMAZING! Click HERE to join: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ArizonaGarden/ Join My New Online Gardening School for at http://subscriptions.viddler.com/JakeMaceKungFu (Scroll to the Bottom) Check out My NEW Gardening STORE Here: http://jakemace.com/kungfu/Gardening_STORE.html My friend John Kohler with http://www.GrowingYourGreens.com stops by as a special guest in today’s live video! Follow John on Instagram at “GrowingYourGreens” and follow him on one of his 3 YouTube channels here: 1. http://www.YouTube.com/GrowingYourGreens 2. http://www.YouTube.com/OkRaw 3. http://www.YouTube.com/RawFoods JOIN My NEW Facebook GARDENING PAGE! Click HERE: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ArizonaGarden/ 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 Growing a Fig Tree Forest in an Arizona Garden – My Gardening Secrets – LIVE VIDEO! Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsForest GardeningINCREDIBLE 200+ FRUIT TREE & URBAN GARDEN IN PHOENIX ARIZONABoojum Tree HIdden Gardens Phoenix ArizonaGardening for Beginners – How to Sucessfully Plant a Fruit Tree in Your BackyardChartwells Eat. Learn. Live. and Grow Webinar – Keep on Growing: Garden Ideas for IndoorsWhy I love winter gardening in Arizona!

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20 Comments

  • Robby Creason 10 months ago

    Independence Day 2 did kinda suck..

  • Jonah Sellers 10 months ago

    How do I grow a nutrient dense and flourishing fig tree in Fayetteville Georgia

  • xdannyboi9x 10 months ago

    Hey Jake would the Arizona/ Phoenix gardening plants and rule apply to the high desert area in California? Hesperia California to be accurate. Just found your channel and really inspirational

  • JOSIUM 305 10 months ago

    jaja epic love u 2!

  • Louise B 10 months ago

    Great surprise seeing John walk in. Awesome update. Cheers from VA zone 7

  • Growing with Sean James Cameron and friends (www.thehortchannel.com) 10 months ago

    Am trying to be a vegan, it's hard but getting there.

  • emetsi metsi 10 months ago

    I want to share yours fig

  • Yerahmed Adonai ori 10 months ago

    The grapes, the figs , the pomegranates and the date fruits all are from gardens of Heaven and gift for people of their worldly life. They are blessed by Creator. You could find so many useful things for your health and organism. It is also an essentiol element of happyness and prosperity. and Add to them the olives.

  • Aisha Gooden 10 months ago

    John is shear awesomeness!

  • Richard Cottenham 10 months ago

    Hi…
    Really seeing John, been following him what seems like forever…
    Anyway my question is,
    I've been growing what started as 1 fig tree, its about 5 years old, obviously loves where its growing as it's as high as my bungalow and maybe 10 feet across at the top, really healthy, infact its one of the only specimens that hasn't ever had any diseases, which is really great, but my issue with it is it never had any fruit on it yet, I've taken many cuttings and given so many away, I've tried growing in a container to restrict the roots, that tree is 4 years old and no figs on this one either…
    What is going wrong…!
    Or could I have a barren tree which will not bear any fruit. I have also pruned it, slightly and vigorously and its been the same, just a nice fig tree…
    Its a shame because I love figs, and it doesn't help seeing you and John tucking into one straight from your tree…
    Any help / suggestions…?
    If not it'll have to go
    Thanks in advance Richard from the UK

  • Richard Cottenham 10 months ago

    Hi…
    Really seeing John, been following him what seems like forever…
    Anyway my question is,
    I've been growing what started as 1 fig tree, its about 5 years old, obviously loves where its growing as it's as high as my bungalow and maybe 10 feet across at the top, really healthy, infact its one of the only specimens that hasn't ever had any diseases, which is really great, but my issue with it is it never had any fruit on it yet, I've taken many cuttings and given so many away, I've tried growing in a container to restrict the roots, that tree is 4 years old and no figs on this one either…
    What is going wrong…!
    Or could I have a barren tree which will not bear any fruit. I have also pruned it, slightly and vigorously and its been the same, just a nice fig tree…
    Its a shame because I love figs, and it doesn't help seeing you and John tucking into one straight from your tree…
    Any help / suggestions…?
    If not it'll have to go
    Thanks in advance Richard from the UK

  • The Urban Organic 10 months ago

    No way! The Legend! John K…

  • Awwwee…. what a pleasant surprise. So cool to see you both together again, my favorite guys in YouTube. I learn a lot from both of you. Please keep making videos. Don't feel lonely, there are too many of us already 🙂 but I get it, is hard to do this life style alone.

  • Joan Smith 10 months ago

    What kind of fig was that? And I thought John was a little rude to you. Just sayin

  • ICE EYES 10 months ago

    god hates figs

  • Joann McCaffrey 10 months ago

    Hey jake… I was watching a video where you planted maringa , 4 of them right next to your house… What is the root base on these trees, aren't you worried about your foundation?

  • TheOmegaLeaf 10 months ago

    Once again I love the jace-john combo. His introduction this video was hilarious! great video. Liked

  • Michael Byrnes 10 months ago

    John is a ball buster isn't he? lol

  • Hahaha, John is savage asf! Love it though!

  • odette381 10 months ago

    Jake, John needs to do his hair like yours. What do guys eat for protein? I hate tofu.