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17 Comments

  • Castle of Costa Mesa 10 months ago

    Woooooow! I am so inspired!!

  • Leo Perez 10 months ago

    dude has a hard time eating his fruit. every bite he takes looks bitter. lol

  • SouthwesternEagle 10 months ago

    Get ready! It will be 121°F here on Monday!!
    Where I live in the Valley (Unincorporated Maricopa County by the Lake Pleasant Circle K), we may see 124°F.

  • WesleyAPEX 10 months ago

    Looks like a Texas Everbearing Fig Tree which explains the heat tolerance.

  • Mozzeyy 10 months ago

    Do you ever get little ants crawling into your figs? If so, how do you stop it?

    Thanks!

  • Bertha Perales 10 months ago

    What do you mean papaya is on its second year of growing? Didn't die last winter? How did you protect them from freezing temperatures?

  • VeganAthlete 10 months ago

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  • Justin Nigh 10 months ago

    Your trees are looking great Jake.

  • Camb4soph ie 10 months ago

    I want to try where do you get the Papaya tree?

  • Red Sky 10 months ago

    The figs look great!  What variety are they?
     I miss Baker nursery. I got some wonderful trees from them over the years.

  • Margaret Rosin 10 months ago

    Hi Jake, love your garden and great camera work, Pam!  I have a similar garden like yours, out in the Las Vegas desert, and was wondering how often and how long you water your trees? I have them deeply mulched in wood chips, too, but they are not doing as well as your trees in this terrible heat : ( . I would appreciate some advice, thank you.

  • wildchook (Mary) 10 months ago

    Oh wow, I am jealous of your tropical fruits, they look great Jake. I bought 2 figs so I will have them in the ground soon. I can't wait for them to fruit.

  • eagle4life69 10 months ago

    Can you do a walk through of your Yard again.. Explain how you don't loose that much water with the pond. I live in Riverside CA and am taking your Ideas for Phoenix and using them for here… I have added wood chips to my backyard and front to reduce water. I collect my A/C drip water to water my plants (gather about 5-10 gallons a day)

    The more info you give the better my yard will be… I even am growing Moringa from your recommendation.

    Thanks again keep up the great work

  • "Organics Best" Urban Gardner 10 months ago

    Jake great vid. I did not know your wife was the camera operator. She's really good. As for your garden, I Love it so much. You have created a lot of shade for cover, especially since the AZ heat can be really harsh at times. Thanks for the vids and always continue to let your spirit and smile shine through. Incredible Mr Mace, LOL

  • Binh Nguyen 10 months ago

    I love figs looks like a mission

  • Michael McMillan 10 months ago

    Such a pet peeve of mine to listen to people talking with their mouth full. Swallow that fig before you talk!! 😛

  • VeganAthlete 10 months ago

    Amazing Phoenix, Arizona Fruit Trees in 115 Degree Heat.  Check out my Papaya Trees, Fig Trees, Mango Trees, and more edible fruit trees in my Phoenix, Arizona Backyard! 🙂

    Plant Food, Filters, Foliar Feed, and More at:  http://jakemace.com/kungfu/Gardening.html

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