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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Here is my amazing edible summer garden tour for 2014. This is my front yard and backyard vegetable garden in Tempe, Arizona which is a suburb of Phoenix, Arizona. We are growing an Urban Homestead full of edible trees, bushes, and raised bed gardens! Come and take a look at our summer back yard and front yard garden and see what is growing well and what is not! Hope you enjoy the garden tour – Jake Mace 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

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  • SIyabonga Mntu 4 years ago

    your garden is so clean how do you keep the weed out ur garden.?

  • J. Verheulst 4 years ago

    Have you tried building salamander sandstone pyramids next to that sandy/beachy inlet of your pond?
    Just like they did at the german Schloss Tempelhof Permaculture(see youtube)?

  • J. Verheulst 4 years ago

    ladybugs won't stay around without their favorite plants.?

  • J. Verheulst 4 years ago

    Plant Yarrow and Marigolds smack bam all through your watermellon patches to bug off the aphids.
    Also plant ladybug atracting plants and flowers around them like Agastache, Angelica, Calendula, Caraway, Chives, Cilantro, Coreopsis, Cosmos, Dill, Echinacea(aka Coneflowers), Fennel(only!!! in overhanging pots), Feverfew, Lavender, Lobelia, Milkweed, Scabiosa, Statice, Sweet Alyssum.
    Good luck.
    Normally you plant these beforehand…you can also plant tobaccoplants(next to your mellons) that will lure/pull away all the aphids as aphids are extreem tobacco junkies ;-)?

  • J. Verheulst 4 years ago

    The Urban Homestead youtube channel uses the same land ducks.?

  • J. Verheulst 4 years ago

    Put land ducks in your yard to eat up all the grape caterpillars and other grapebugs. Quails are also very good.?

  • Sam Lyons 4 years ago

    Why do people move to the desert then try transform it into the Ozarks ??

  • Betty Gainey 4 years ago

    I have read before if you purchase ladybugs for your garden they will eat the aphids.—Betty?

  • MrTeenwolf82 4 years ago

    We move from Iowa almost four years now and living in Mesa, 85201 a cross from Mesa, Market Place having troubles keeping any plant alive from Mango, Papaya, Tangerine, and cucumber….. Help?

  • Future Heart 4 years ago

    Absolutely amazing–I am

  • EarthGrownVegan ? 4 years ago

    +VeganAthlete What are your thoughts on purchasing trees and plants from a big box store such as Lowes? Thanks for the videos!?

  • Stickleback 4 years ago

    I just love your passion, glad ive stumbled on your channel. Love that tortoise :-)?

  • VeganAthlete 4 years ago

    Join My New Online Gardening School for $5 at
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    Let's Garden Together Online.

  • Chris Akin 4 years ago

    love your peppers! I'm in phx, getting ready to start a garden, and was looking for advice when I found your vid. Thank you for the inspiration.?

  • David Hoover 4 years ago

    I'm pretty impressed. You know the names of everything and don't hesitate when explaining each one.?

  • Early Sunsation?

  • My Fantasy Farm - Tiny Seeds 4 years ago

    Do you actually ever eat a cooked meal? Or do you just go outside and graze? That is so cool. I could probably live well, just grazing in your garden?

  • Shane Smith 4 years ago

    Hello Jake I have been watching many of your videos as I am interested in growing more edible plants in my yard. Although I am not vegan, I do respect your lifestyle

  • Vicki Olson 4 years ago

    If you bury your sweet potatoe vines about every six inches or so at the junction of a leaf, they will send out more roots at those points and make more potatoes.

  • Vicki Olson 4 years ago

    For aphid problems.