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How to Plant a Raised Bed Garden in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Chandler, Mesa, Gilbert, Tempe, or Paradise Valley Arizona! Thanks to Suzanne Vilardi for the Incredible Edible Plants! The 5 Key’s to Planting a Successful Raised Bed Vegetable Garden are: 1. Compost 2. Coconut Coir 3. Worm Castings 4. Rock Dust (I use AZOMITE) 5. Wood Chips on Top! Check out My Gardening Website for Supplies, Filters, and More at: http://jakemace.com/kungfu/Gardening.html Get Plants and Seedlings from Suzanne Vilardi at: http://vilardigardens.com 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 Check out my other YouTube channels at: http://www.YouTube.com/ShaolinCenter http://www.YouTube.com/OrderTaiChi http://www.YouTube.com/VeganAthlete Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHow To Plant Tomatoes & Peppers into Raised Bed Vegetable Garden in Arizona – Organic Gardening TipsHow to Plant 11 Tomato Plants in a Square Foot Raised Bed GardenContainer Garden July Update & Harvest Vegetable Gardening Raised Bed How to Plant Grow SeedVegetable Gardening : How to Plant Raised Vegetable Beds6 Laws of Plant Growth That You Must Know and FollowFilling Your Square Foot Raised Bed Garden with Soil from Lowes

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20 Comments

  • mickamoo1 5 months ago

    Thanks Jake and Pam for another awesome video.

  • Judy Onthemton 5 months ago

    I live in the mountains of NorCal,and days are 80s to 90s, nights 40s to 50's in the summer,and really low humidity like Arizona. I have to grow in greenhouses to raise the humidity during the day and keep the soil warm at night, some stuff is outside, and I use shade clothe after transplanting for a few days, so they spend their energy stretching their feet and not on fighting transpiration during the hot days, then gradually remove it, but I have 80 foot pine trees all around my third acre, and my plants never get strong enough to endure the 3 hours of direct sun that they do get. It's really a job to grow without much sun, and mostly by heat and humidity, but not impossible. Every area has its own unique challenges. Great video, I just found your channel, and not disappointed. I usually watch John Koeler,from growing your own greens, but haven't watched in awhile, but now that the snow is melting, I'm getting ready to start my plants inside. I love watching your yard take form, I'll have to find a more recent video, but I am trying to watch the transformation of your property,so beautiful, you've done an amazing job. Stay Free! Grow your own food people, be self reliant, times are getting tough, learn how to garden everyone, and this channel is awesome!

  • Susan Valkai 5 months ago

    How many square feet do you have in total? I have about 200sq ft in NYC and I'm trying to make the most of my space! Definitely will be using coconut coir and azomite this season.

  • Meggie karas 5 months ago

    jake I live In San Jose California and from experience I cannot kill parsley it grows from the cement cracks I feel sorry no medium no water and comes back every year if you let it seed it re seeds itself. love your garden.

  • Pam Youngblood 5 months ago

    thanks Jake for the video . l like all of the information you have given. I have a question? Did you make your fish pond ? or did you have someone do it for you? Maybe you could do a video on it and how it is set in your yard?

  • Alien on board 5 months ago

    thanks pam!

  • 6 Count Family 5 months ago

    Thanks Pam!!

  • Raynola Dominguez 5 months ago

    Great video, thank you!  We are thinking of moving and I noticed that one of houses that we looked at have raised beds made of concrete.  Does it make difference whether your planting beds are wood or concrete.  Which would you prefer?

  • Brandon Holt 5 months ago

    How do you water your raised bed garden? Do you use a dripper or hand water?

  • christophe leblanc 5 months ago

    peat moss is a renewable resource , it the processes of harvesting the older dead moss from beneath the surface of the living peat bog that is not renewable ,,, basically strip mining moss that is not renewable , it can be harvested in a renewable way with out strip mining,,, just a lot more expensive processes and less volume for equal efforts used .

  • Gary Perez 5 months ago

    thanks pam

  • vegetaria rawvegan 5 months ago

    I want to work on a organic farm or go to vegan meet up groups

  • Rachel Cline 5 months ago

    I'm curios… since you do keep your seeds, do you worry about cross pollination planting things like tomatillos and cucumbers together?

  • Graham Spink 5 months ago

    Safer to use lung protection when handling any sort of potting mix, because the lungs do not appreciate fungus growth….

  • Ryan Orabona 5 months ago

    Thank you Pam

  • rodney adams 5 months ago

    seems like lot basil for one bed. unless mason jar lot salsa and tomato spegete sauce. it seems like never eat that much basil for two people ? i never seen mansion jar is that something do or just freeze everything?

  • Coma White 5 months ago

    lifts the wheel barrow like a boss!

  • Jeff Moody 5 months ago

    your wife is awesome for taping.

  • chris chao 5 months ago

    Jake, what do you think about using corrugated metal roofing for raised beds? heard if they are safe to use?

  • Ernie Zamora 5 months ago

    hi nice video i like the way you explain i got a question im building a raise bed and im making list and i got tjis brand kellogs is manure and some toldme the it will burn my plants is that correct even do if i used a little bit
    i want to plant chile de arbol and tomatillos and tomatos …..What type rocks can i used for my raise bed planter box drainage ….my is 48 by 22 thank you so much you take care