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Kaye shares four beautiful Phoenix gardens on the Arcadia Edible Garden Tour of 2017, including Sweet Life Garden, Gordon & Kay’s Jardin de Lagniappe, Jon & Carrie’s Historic Home & Garden and Troy & Rebecca’s Farmyard. With help from Jacq Davis. Please Like, and Subscribe! BECOME A PATRON! Order Botanical Interests seeds at her affiliate link: Music courtesy of Epidemic Sound. Sound editor, Christina Horgan. Subscribe at and download a FREE ebook “10 Steps to a Great First Garden.” “Late Bloomer” follows Kaye’s journey to grow food in her Los Angeles front yard and exists to inspire anyone to grow their own food. Kaye’s Vlog covers tourism, travel, adventure, people, gardens. Kaye shares her interests! Please share with friends and help this channel grow. Comments welcome. Thanks for all your support! – Kaye Join me on your favorite social media sites: @latebloomershow Website: Video Rating: / 5 Remember To Follow Me on Instagram Link is below: Check out my New Livestream hangout Channel below: Remember to check out all my PLAYLIST Link Below Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsPOLYCULTURE Epic Yard Farm | Grafting, Garden Tour | Phoenix, Arizona | Part 3My Garden Tour – Phoenix, Arizona 2015 – Edible & Tropical TREESDESERT GARDEN | Phoenix, Arizona | Part 1Amazing Edible Garden – Harvesting Rainwater in Phoenix, ArizonaAmazing Home Garden Tour in Phoenix, ArizonaEpic Yard Farm – Garden Tour Spring 2015 – Phoenix & Tempe Arizona

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  • Angela Burnett-Mero 3 months ago

    What a great video!! Those shots are spectacular and what a fun festival. I would love for Ashland's Tour of Gardens to continue to grow.
    Love the channel, love the contued quality, the great information, and the wonderful stories of people that you continue to share. What great adventures you have; thanks for taking us all along with you.
    Continue making this world a better place, your enthusiasm and love of gardening are infectious.

  • Alan Horning 3 months ago

    This is a great video. Thank you

  • Glenda's World 3 months ago

    Great video! I never knew Arizona looked so green and beautiful.

  • Barbara 3 months ago


  • City Homestead 3 months ago

    I love this video! I would like something like this in my neighborhood.

  • Maricela Hinojosa 3 months ago

    What a nice adventure! I love those aprons too. I might have to take a trip to Phoenix. Thanks Kaye!

  • Patrick Meehan 3 months ago

    What a wonderful Edible Garden Tour. I admire all the pleasant, enterprising people and their fantastic organic produce. Another great informative video, Kaye. With kind regards Patrick xx

  • The Green Life 44 3 months ago

    Awesome place:'l loved the video…

  • Pam Gibson 3 months ago

    Lovely tour!  Phoenix gardening I would have never guess it very interesting.  Thank you…

  • melissa hylton 3 months ago

    That is so awesome!!! Love seeing gardeners coming together like this!!!! Great video ❤️

  • Charu's little desert garden! 3 months ago

    Wow beautiful gardens…I had a lot of fun watching and my son enjoyed the violin! Thanks for sharing.

  • larryswindcatcher 3 months ago

    Fun garden tour surrounded by desert in Phoenix, Arizona of all places. Where do they get all the water needed? Thanks for taking us along, Kaye.

  • Sharon Giles 3 months ago

    I loved this video. I love seeing how other gardens grow and all the vendors. Thank you

  • Janice Seigler 3 months ago

    Wonderful video!

  • Love all your videos and this one is exceptional!

  • Micki A 3 months ago

    Beautiful! Thank you for sharing!

  • ThymeToSow 3 months ago

    Never disappointed with your videos, Kaye. This was awesome!

  • Just Mike 3 months ago

    Those Master Gardeners have been very busy. Fast, but love this Video… Selling their plant and some times donations help keep those places running, The county also supports the Master Gardeners.

  • laner power 3 months ago

    I saw that first tree you saw with the white puffs on it, like cotton balls that was so kewl, did you find out what it was called? I saw the lizard running that is so amazing. Do you have those also at your house running free like that? It is so amazing for a Canadian to see such. I thought of your Momma when i saw the hanging gourds she would love those I thought. Also I love Jerry Lee but yes, you will have to make your way back there without him. I loved seeing the humming bird, and all the plants, flowers, and even vegtables, that was so kewl ty

  • CrankyBubushka 3 months ago

    omg i can't wait to get out in the yard and my garden! looks so nice and warm there. snowed again last night 🙁

  • CrankyBubushka 3 months ago

    Hot peppers no marriage lol!!! Thanks for the tour it is amazing! I didn't think that you could grow roses there. Wow! If I lived there in Tucson i would totally be there all the time 🙂 The veggies looked delicious.

  • NoneMechanic101 3 months ago

    Beautiful Roses

  • NoneMechanic101 3 months ago

    I love it

  • Big Al's gutters and landscapes 3 months ago

    That is very nice especially when the community volunteers for things like that

  • Del-Rio Drifter 3 months ago

    Pretty nice compared to the snow I am getting…blah I don't think spring will ever show its face here.

  • Carolyn Fricke 3 months ago

    Jerry may not be a big flower fan, but we are! Thanks for sharing. Oh, and I love the new 'three minute warning' clip. LOL

  • Gladys Feliciano 3 months ago

    Jerry so cute

  • Gladys Feliciano 3 months ago


  • Nancy Larose 3 months ago

    Very pretty place!

  • Terri Sanders 3 months ago

    Very nice!

  • Abstract Possibilities 3 months ago

    what a nice garden you found. Jerry Lee is used to pulling you along, he was not wanting to mind you lol. Nice fruit trees. You will have to go back when Jerry is at home. I love gords they are always so cool.

  • Stephanie pooch 3 months ago

    Beautiful I can't wait for summer

  • Amy Van Hoy 3 months ago

    So beautiful great job love Jerry Lee how hot is it