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  • prettyeyzs 1 year ago

    Virginia, and I just planted a Russian Pomegranate tree. Next will be, pear and cherries.

  • Kevin Herrera 1 year ago

    Hi, I live in Mexico and I barely started building a garden; it's very easy to keep up the hype watching your videos. Thanks Jake, keep up the good work!

  • Bruno E. Santos 1 year ago

    What video camera and microphone are you using for your postings?

  • Frank Ender 1 year ago

    I'm in Tampa, Florida. I recently planted a passion fruit vine, a fig tree, a moringa tree and a tangerine tree. I dug up a plum tree and peach tree that I planted two years ago that didn't do anything. I have now nursed them back to health in the past 10 to 12 weeks. I'm convinced they didn't do well because I used composted cow manure when I planted them which burnt the roots and shocked the trees…

  • Bruno M.W. Bloch 1 year ago

    Awesome video! Started to grow trees from seed: Mango, Pomegranate, Plum, Olive.

  • Tabitha T 1 year ago

    I've been watching your videos for a couple months. I'm learning and getting so inspired, I'm having my swimming pool taken out in a couple weeks so I can grow more plants in my tiny subdivision yard in north Phoenix. Thanks again for teaching and sharing your experiences!

  • Amy L. Shultz 1 year ago

    Jake I think this is one of your best videos. Anyone just starting should really watch this & then one of you actually planting a tree, using your mix. Great tips and advice!

  • Vain Illusions 1 year ago

    PHilippines- me and my dad have harvest obsession- our garden looks like a forest. Anyways we have 9 coconuts, too much plantains, 5 mangoes, 2 bignay berry tree, a durian tree, a marang tree, a star apple tree, a mulberry tree, a custard apple, a santol, 2 jack fruits, a batwan tree, a chico tree, a cacao tree, a guyabano tree, an avocado, multiple papayas and moringa, multiple guavas, castanias nuts, and some that i might have forgotten.

    We plant arabica and pineapples in the spaces.

    I really wanna find figs and dates!!!!- i couldnt find any around here

    And yes i just bought pomegranate and jabuticaba.

  • jelybrd 1 year ago

    Every Monday you should give detailed information about specific tree qualities and create a playlist with the information. For example, you said that avocado likes indirect sunlight, more info would be great and individual videos on specific trees would make it easy to find

  • Central Florida Fruit Trees 1 year ago

    Daytona Beach FL zone 9b, over 70 varieties of tropical/subtropical fruit trees many thanks to your contagious enthusiasm, thank you!

  • Jim K 1 year ago

    I am in Michigan and planted a couple peach trees and a pear tree about 3 years ago. Last year, my trees finally bore fruit but a squirrel ate all of the fruit off them before the fruit matured. Hopefully this year is different. I love watching your show. You are a great presenter.

  • Brittny MR 1 year ago

    very good advice on the hole digging!

  • Prepping In Real Life 1 year ago

    Love your videos Jake, Thanks.

  • DarkFoxKirin ! 1 year ago

    thanks Jake! This is super helpful because I live in Georgia and I'm already growing papaya and Moringa from seed and I just bought two paw paw trees and two guava trees from a nursery. they're being shipped to me and I plan to use your advice!

  • feralkevin 1 year ago

    Thanks, Jake. Another great video. I do want to point out as someone who is in a climate that often lacks heat that my trees would not do as well as yours planted that close together. They need more sun here, not less as in your area. But companion planting to trees — yes!

  • siddharth bansal 1 year ago

    Hi jake. I am Sid from India. I am planning to start my own backyard garden. The climate here is sub-tropical (4-40 degree celsius). As per our suggestion, i was looking for some azomite, but it turns out azomite is not easy to get here. And it is expensive too. What are some other alternatives to azmoite that i may use?

  • Lolly Wu 1 year ago

    how can i buy your seed bank? im from the northern luzon, philippines. will your seeds still good to plant in a 15-25 centigrade climate?

  • John McNeill 1 year ago

    Small patio garden with large patio pots…so we have figs (Kokoda and Mission), apples (Fuji and Anna + 2 grafted varieties on the Fuji – Johna Gold and McPherson?), Persimmon, Jujube, Loquat, Longan, Lychee, 2 peaches (one with 3 varieties of peach and 2 varieties of nectarin + 2 Pluot grafts), 4 Frederick passion fruits, a coconut cream mango (Shamus), a Fuerte Avocado + (Pinkerton graft for X pollination), Cherimoya with atemoya graft and 4 different cherimoya grafts…so trying to maximize variety in a small space…forgot the blueberries…

  • John McNeill 1 year ago

    Gr8, m8!