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10 Comments

  • Willow Leaf 1 year ago

    you mean; you build a habitat not civilization.

  • rodney adams 1 year ago

    all trees i cant believe he docent have english walnut tree.

  • Michael Stoddard 1 year ago

    Berm.

  • Bella Patel 1 year ago

    Thank you for sharing. Looks like you take care realy well, so definetly your trees are going to be flurish with lots of fruits…liked & subs. Shamus O'Leary's too. See you in next one…

  • carla bravo 1 year ago

    Your video is super awesome. Thank you.

  • OZ BU 1 year ago

    thank you

  • t dub 1 year ago

    How come you guys planted it under shade, inches next to a large tree. Does that affect the tree grow or not growing at all

  • timingisperfect 1 year ago

    This property is already quite nice but in a couple of years it is going to be just incredible!

  • vitriolix 1 year ago

    Nice video, thanks

  • KevlarCobraNY 1 year ago

    No one cares

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