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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Today Rob and Sherry are checking in on their Arizona Garden after being gone for a week. Part 3 It was truly amazing how much the Garden grow in such a short time. All of our parts and hoses came from Home Depot. Thanks for watching, please Like, Share and Subscribe to our channel! Thanks! Reference Links: Outdoor Travel Channel: Home Contact Email: Rob@outdoortravelchannel.com YouTube: Outdoor Travel Channel: https://www.youtube.com/robertscribner Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/outdoortravelchannel/ Twitter: Outdoor Travel Channel: Tweets by outdoortravelc ======================================================= PayPal Direct Support: RV Travel/Outdoor Travel Channel Tip Jar: http://tinyurl.com/lxtcc9j #arizona #gardening #robscribner #outdoortravel #garden #watersystem #dripsystem #homegarden #arizonaliving #arizonagarden This music is licensed under a Creative Commons License: Music: http://www.bensound.com Music licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/ MUSIC | from Epidemic Sound (http://www.epidemicsound.com) Music: Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Outdoor Travel Channel is owned by Cutting Edge Enterprises, LLC. – Trademark Pending. Outdoor Travel Channel is a website dedicated to full time travel and adventure. . All articles are the sole opinions of the Outdoor Travel Channel and are for entertainment purposes only. © 2017 Outdoor Travel Channel ® We give permission to embed our videos as long as all reference links of where they originated from are intact. Also note we occasionally use affiliate links. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, parody, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. Video Rating: / 5 John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares with you his top 8 favorite edible plants that […]

21 Comments

  • M Jones 1 month ago

    I’m so impressed, we are in West Texas and I didn’t think your weather was that much different than ours but I think it must be! Do you have any suggestions for shade plants? Impressive garden thank you for sharing.

  • MORNING GARDENER'S SHOW. 1 month ago

    come check me out

  • High Kitty 1 month ago

    that pepper had a worm hole…..

  • Reggie Anglin 1 month ago

    otherwise I enjoy your video

  • Reggie Anglin 1 month ago

    why black thing. dam ur better than that.

  • Jack Fanning 1 month ago

    I agree with other commenters. Cholesterol does not cause cardiovascular disease (see Japanese study that those with highest cholesterol lived the longest). Inflammation, oxidation, glycation and stress causes cardiovascular disease and many other degenerative diseases. Cholesterol is the band-aid that your body's defense mechanism puts on scarring caused by inflammation (primarily from inflammatory foods like sugar and simple carbs), oxidation from rancid fats like high omega 6 seed oils (canola, corn and "vegetable" oils), and glycation where glucose latches onto proteins or fats in the blood stream. We all know about stress.
    Eat more fermented veggies and stay away from grain-fed meats. Watch lectures by Dr. John Whitcomb on youtube.

  • Nhap Tuong 1 month ago

    Where did you buy the seed for the spinach?

  • T. Tribe 1 month ago

    Ok John just started watching and I really enjoy your videos. I had a thought maybe you could do house calls. I’ll go down to the Doctor find out how bad my blood is. Then you come by tell what to grow and what works in my area.
    Sound good? You be like dog whisperer guy. Only with plants.
    Honestly I am learning a lot from your videos and picking up some great ideas.
    Thank you.

  • Tili Harris-Hill 1 month ago

    What city are you. I'm in Lancaster, Ca…. I tried to grow Malabar spinach … with no success. Please give me some tricks to grow successfully.

  • Showdown 1 month ago

    Two thumbs up

  • Phillip Rodriguez 1 month ago

    Great video!!!!

  • Cheryl Anderson 1 month ago

    I've watched many of your wonderful vids, John, but – what zone are you growing in? I'd thought for a few years that you were in CA. Then a few years ago…I think you said you were in Las Vegas? So, when you mentioned in this one that as winter approaches, it will be getting cold…I'm confused, so – maybe others would like to know as well.

    Could you put that info on the page – like below your description /mission statement & above the links? Thanks for many years of information, inspiration & motivation!

  • Dione B. Dominguez 1 month ago

    Thank sigh Omgosh tax heat sucks

  • dobson777a 1 month ago

    Excess Cholesterol in your body is primarily due to eating excess carbohydrates not eating high fat foods.

  • Roberta Reid 1 month ago

    Hi John, thank you for all your informative videos. I live in Perth Western Australia where the summers are very hot. Your Malabar Spinach plant made me think of sweet potato leaves I have growing. I don't harvest any roots just the leaves which are very mild tasting but really take off and grow all year round. What do you think of these compared to the Malabar Spinach in terms of nutritional value?

  • Danny Panetta 1 month ago

    kulli corn is a duel purpose corn. picked early it can be eaten as a sweet corn. picked late it can be used as a flour or a meal. AND ITS BLACK!! LOL!!! THERES A BLACK VEGGIE FOR YA!

  • Mike Carlos 1 month ago

    Black corn

  • Marilyn Sinquimani 1 month ago

    If you can cut your videos at least in half you would get more subscribers

  • Adrian Carlyle 1 month ago

    John you are an inspiration. Thanks and God bless you.

  • Edelina Bacani 1 month ago

    You make funny & informative videos. Thank you.

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