Added by on 2017-06-05

[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Welcome to my zone 8 garden in Rimrock, Arizona (mid-desert). In November 2016 I did a first frost tour. This is an updated video well after the last frost in spring with most plants in full bloom. In addition to a number of fruit trees and perennial vegetables I am growing heirloom native american seeds, namely Navajo and Hopi melons and squashes. I talk about grafting my friend Steven’s apple variety “Bite Me!”. You can check out his channel SkillCult for more on that. Video Rating: / 5


  • Edwin Thompson 1 year ago

    Hi Emily Porter love your tour of your garden… looks to be a little warm where you are????…. we have relatives livin near Tombstone they have often said how difficult gardening can be homesteading and ranching on the edge of a desert is hard certain times of the year they have to beware of Diamondback Rattle Snakes ….. the horses let you know where they hang out we wear knee high boots …. you see a Striker can't bite higher than your calf I live in Brigham Utah Emily Porter god be with you seya Ed

  • matthew pflieger 1 year ago

    I love it!

  • Maverik 1 year ago

    Emily we should stay in touch I also live in zone 8, I really like what you're doing, I myself am zone pushing a lot of tropical trees.

  • James Everett 1 year ago

    looking good. I am just starting to transform my land here in west Texas long way to go.

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