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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote A first-frost tour of my wanna-be desert permaculture garden in Rimrock, Arizona, featuring frost hardy and frost tolerant trees, shrubs, and flowers. This garden is only 2-years old. The whole lot is .2 acres. The part in the film is only about 1/3 of that. Some plants shown include: yarrow prickly pears agave 2 pomegranate 2 grape 2 peach 2 apple 3 pineapple guava 2 fig 1 apricot 1 pear 1 plum loquat bignonia (trumpet vine) geum mulberry dwarf mulberry snapdragon golden bamboo canna jujubee salvias mints vinca magenta lambsquarters rose iris Video Rating: / 5

15 Comments

  • Rebel State Sovereign 1 month ago

    Very nice , Zone 8b here , South Carolina / Eastcoast

  • sirjimmy71 1 month ago

    At the risk of being superficial, you're a super hottie. That being said I appreciate the effort you've gone through to best utilize limited resources. I like the bones, the thrift plantings, and the use of grey water. You're a beautiful person. Please remember to stay awesome!

  • Olehenry1 1 month ago

    What type of (foot) slippers are those? What do you recommend?

  • Joan Smith 1 month ago

    interesting garden. lots of good stuff in there. thanks for sharing it.

  • Bonnie Porthouse 1 month ago

    You've accomplished a lot in a short time Emily! Permaculture is the way to go. I love the benefits from the ton of free woodchips I covered my bare soil with. I see you are using some too. Best wishes for the planting of your Arizona food forest . U tube has some great permaculture advice for dry locations.

  • Сергей Южный 1 month ago

    mmm…Arozona hot ) like and sub )

  • John O' Connor 1 month ago

    Great garden after just two years.

  • Kelly Richardson 1 month ago

    I love your garden, I did not know you could make a tea from Mimosa tree blossoms. I use it strictly for chop and drop mulching and shade protection of other trees.

  • Darryl Hopper 1 month ago

    Really cool Sub to my channel also, I am about to post my first video to kick off my channel. Permaculture orcharding on a small farm scale. Id really appreciate it.

  • Isaac JWC 1 month ago

    Nice garden. I noticed your compost tumbler. I would like to hear about your experience composting in a desert environment. Love your Bones!

  • jeremy richport 1 month ago

    Great job Emily, very good. I know a bunch of techniques you could use if you want to make your plants hardier and your land warmer. I've friend requested you on fb if interested. I'm in UK, I'm a horticulturist and trained with Geoff Lawton to gain my Permaculture PDC. keep it up 🙂 now that you have trees you can start grafting different apples onto your apple tree etc…I can give you tips on this too.

  • Benja's Uber 1337 Hobby 1 month ago

    New sub liked the video! What a great tour. Looks like you have done so much with the garden in such a short time 🙂 Thanks for sharing!

  • styx ga 1 month ago

    I'd love ❤️ to play in the dirt with you among other things yard is looking good

  • Great Western Gardens 1 month ago

    Love the pathway! Best wishes from SW Kansas!

  • sct rob 1 month ago

    Your yard is looking great. I live in a rural area and I use dead tree limbs and rocks to outline my beds like you're doing. I also use animal bones for decoration and love what you're doing with them.

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