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Arizona Garden Tour – Over 200 Fruit Trees on 1/3 Acre – Spring 2016! This is my Edible Landscape in the Phoenix, Arizona area for May 2016! Enjoy and Please SUBSCRIBE, SHARE THIS VIDEO, and Hit the “LIKE” Button! 🙂 My NEW Facebook GARDENING GROUP! Click BELOW: Join My New Online Gardening School for at (Scroll to the Bottom) Check out My NEW Gardening STORE Here: JOIN My NEW Facebook GARDENING PAGE! Click HERE: Let’s Garden Together Online. My New Gardening Online School is a month or a year at Check Out & ORDER Our Gardening Supplies & Tree Food HERE: Hit the “Like” button, Click “SUBSCRIBE”, Comment Below, and Share this Video! Friend me on Facebook at Check out my website at Email me at: Check out my other YouTube channels at: Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsEpic Yard Farm – Garden Tour Spring 2015 – Phoenix & Tempe ArizonaMy Garden Tour – Phoenix, Arizona 2015 – Edible & Tropical TREESArizona backyard Garden 2016The Best Fruit Trees for Backyard GardensOne Arizona Garden | Garden Tour 6.7.2017INCREDIBLE 200+ FRUIT TREE & URBAN GARDEN IN PHOENIX ARIZONA

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  • Jus ak Ginjot 1 year ago

    East Malaysia located in Borneo Island, it my home.

  • Jus ak Ginjot 1 year ago

    Try plant rambutan, durian, marang (Tarap) that how it call in EastMalaysia, mangoesteen and many more yummy tropical fruits, which I believed would really well at your yard.

  • Gregory Thomson 1 year ago

    What did you do wrong initially on the planting of the Kumquat tree? I bought one about a month ago, but still in the pot while I decide where to plant it. And similar history here probably… Dad's mom had one and used to make marmalade out of them. So I thought it would be nice to carry on the kumquat tradition.

  • Mimi B 1 year ago

    i love how your water feature just seems to go everywhere….

    awwwwwwww plant infermary… it!!!!!!!!!!

    oh, i just gotta say you've inspred me to start my own nummy num garden in the Oregon/nortwesty area here… im experimenting to see whats hardy enough for this area

  • Yahya Ghazali 1 year ago

    amazing. I have never seen so many of fruit varieties growing in one garden. how much is this area by the way Mace?

  • gerald dedon 1 year ago

    Ive enjoyed ur yard .I would love too get some jujube trees but no one grow them here could u send me some seeds

  • WesleyAPEX 1 year ago

    In this day and age where everyone has a gun all you have to do is know how to fight lololol

  • Sj Smith 1 year ago

    That was a long video, but informative. Like you, I'm gardening in a desert on a decent size plot of land. My biggest difficulty is watering. May I ask, how many cf of water do you use monthly. Or, how many gallons a week do your trees each require? Also, I'd love to see a video about how you irrigate.

  • Alvin Cachero 1 year ago

    hi there..if your'e planning to plant trees by trunk i think you need to store the trunk on a bucket with water for a weeks or more until the sprout will come out then that's the best time to pant on soil….hope this will help….tnx for the tour..i wish i have all those fruit on my yard too hehehe..

  • Jason Reinhardt 1 year ago

    Your garden is so amazing man, i'm really impressed and jealous of your skill and knowledge!

  • lovewalk9 1 year ago

    when did you first start planting trees?

  • David Silverberg 1 year ago

    Wow Jake! Goji berries and a tortoise! You put my garden to shame! Keep inspiring us, my friend.

  • Jackie Huang 1 year ago

    Have you tried eating baby luffa yet? they are wonderful, sweet. peel the skin slice in small bite size, saute. eat! I like to add crashed garlic. yummy/

  • Cecilia Watt 1 year ago

    Wow, I like that "let calamity life you up in the world". That is so true for many people today. Some are really affected by the negative and some react and persevere.

  • Cecilia Watt 1 year ago

    That one tree takes monsoons well because it is kinda rubbery.

  • Spiraling Dream 1 year ago

    If you can do this in Phoenix, I can do this in Tucson. 😀 Huge inspiration my man!
    Also, the moringas in your front yard are MASSIVE! Mine are twigs in comparison. I hope they get that size someday… I'll definitely be mulching with wood chips, meanwhile!

  • Emile Ferreira 1 year ago

    fucking crazy man , thats awesome
    what time of the year do you plant the trees?

  • Ilaisaane West 1 year ago

    Awesome lovv your food forest thanks for sharing