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Top 10 Edible Plants, Cactus, and Trees for the Arizona Desert! In this video Jake Mace shows you his top 10 Edible Sonoran Desert Plants, Bushes, Cacti (Cactus), and Trees for the Phoenix, Scottsdale, and Tempe Area! These edible plants, cactus, and trees can be a beautiful and delicious part of your home landscape! Join My New Online Gardening School for at (Scroll to the Bottom) 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 PostsAmazing EDIBLE URBAN GARDEN in the Desert of ArizonaMy Garden Tour – Phoenix, Arizona 2015 – Edible & Tropical TREESArizona Garden Tour – Over 200 Fruit Trees on 1/3 Acre – Spring 2016Amazing Edible Garden – Harvesting Rainwater in Phoenix, ArizonaLIVE Tour of My Front Yard and Backyard Edible Garden in Arizona – Winter 2016ARIZONA CACTUS – Phoenix Botanical Gardens

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  • Jonathan Macias 1 year ago

    I'm not an athlete I'm a nerd so I love these videos about dessert plants

  • Bengun67 1 year ago

    I can watch this over and over, again
    Thank you so much, for sharing – amazing
    keep up the good work ( no matter what ) – Have a good one !

  • Airkibasang Imorimiyako 1 year ago

    Beautiful place and view thanks for sharing

  • LangeLS Sing Praise 1 year ago

    Wow totally awesome I plan on moving back to the West perhaps NM great to know…Thank you bunches..

  • Sylvia Cole 1 year ago

    chupa Rosa is like a Nasturtium flower

  • Sylvia Cole 1 year ago

    What happens to ground cover of wood chips when the wind blows? I'm in Fort Mohave on the Colorado River. At times, wind blows at 25-35 mph for 3-5 weeks…non-stop. Love your edible garden!

  • Valerie Seeton 1 year ago

    I like your enthusiasm for sharing your knowledge. So I have studied saguaro growth rates at Saguaro National Park and please know that saguaros do not grow a foot per year. If you are more interested in this subject I can share some datasets with you. Cheers!

  • Dreamylyn Moore 1 year ago

    thanks for covering this topic, every yard should have edibles especially native one's. or hardy to ones zone so No one would go hungry ever, we would have more then we could share with anyone who was hungry. one seed produces so much food it's nothing but abundance year after year. i like edibles as well as flowers like honeysuckle it's edible and the bee's and hummers love it. and my veggie patch gets pollinated 🙂 one of the easiest things I've found to are herbs native as well as hardy verities like oregano, thyme, and they can attract beneficial insects like yarrow and it's edible and they can be used as a ground cover keeping the ground cooler as well as flavoring foods we love to eat. some are on the drought tolerant side too. nice video thanks for sharing.

  • Martha Elena Salinas Presa 1 year ago

    jajaja "nopalito"

  • Bob Arnold 1 year ago

    awesome vid. I would assume most of these plants would also do well in southern California/San Diego climate? it doesn't get nearly as hot but I love the idea of zero watering.

  • Criosphynx 1 year ago

    Your sulcata seedling has grown! 6:33

  • Criosphynx 1 year ago

    I love your channel. I'm in zone 9b, which I believe is the same as you, but in ca. Its amazing the stuff people try to force grow here, soo many inappropriate plants.. Most yards should look like your neighbors, but people insist on having grass here. Its very wasteful. Great video.

  • samsilvaluebinder 1 year ago

    Wow, very inspiring video. Thank you.

  • Rennells Suburban Homestead Prepping for Survival 1 year ago

    We have had our thornless prickly pear in the ground for several years over 5. We don't water it often. But this year was the first year we have had flowers. I was so hoping it would get the fruit but it didn't. How long does it take them to get fruit?

  • Blueberry Luna 1 year ago

    Arizona is such a beautiful place

  • Blueberry Luna 1 year ago

    I eat the palivrty tree green seeds

  • Barbara Rathbone 1 year ago

    Very cool video and you've done a great job on your yard. Thank you for sharing.

  • Patrick Hempe 1 year ago

    That Peruvian apple cactus is Amazing!

  • Huitzilli 1 year ago

    Nice video I also Live in AZ Im native to Mexico Arizona area. Im looking for Palo Azul. Makes a blue tea. Where did you get the Palo Verde? Gracias

  • John Scheuring 1 year ago

    Plant number two is not a netleaf hackberry but a desert hackberry