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  • Na.Guru 4 years ago

    Awesome, I'm also vegan and I'm trying to do something similar here in central Europe, but of course with different plants and less variety. So keep on man, you have done great work.

  • Feather Wind 4 years ago

    I am new to growing passion fruit in Arizona (east valley). Would love to see an episode on how you do so well with it. Neighbor has an ugly chain link fence between us that I would love to cover up. I'm sure they would be cool with it growing on the fence with the understanding that any fruit on their side is their fruit and that any care of the vine is my responsibility. I have a small vine started but would like more info on growing it. Watering schedule, when and how you fertilize, frost protection, etc. etc. Thanks for any info you can provide.

  • Andrew Meyer 4 years ago

    I have to comment, wow very impressed this is what i would like to do!!! thanks for the tour that was amazing… keep up the fantastic work and again wow Thanks…

  • Sharl D 4 years ago

    Amazing garden Jake. One of the best garden videos I have seen. Just cant stop watching it over and over again.

  • wildchook (Mary) 4 years ago

    I thoroughly enjoy the garden tour. I love everything you have growing. Thanks for sharing this video Jake & Pam.

  • Lily Hau 4 years ago

    I think u should stakes your skinny papayas tree..cause once they get big it's getting heavy and the papaya tree can't hold it will snapped. By the way I love all your fruits tree unlimited fruits to eat, don't need to go to the market.

  • CSAcitizen Feather 4 years ago

    Can't get Rock dust in Florida – so far Iv'e not found any garden supply that has ever heard of it. So we can't get it here.

  • CSAcitizen Feather 4 years ago

    The best Basil I've ever eaten is one you do not have = Thai Basil. Once you taste Thai Basil you will never grow any other kind.

  • CSAcitizen Feather 4 years ago

    In Florida birds and grass-hoppers are our main enemy for berry bushes or fruits. Grass-hoppers eat all plan ts and we have had two years of an epidemic or plague of grass-hoppers = huge locus. They eat the leaves of everything ! They especially like egg plant leaves.

  • Bee Awesome 4 years ago

    Thank you for the Awesome tour vid Jake.  Always so inspiring!

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  • Patrick Pittman 4 years ago

    What can you tell me about goji berry plants. I have some here in zone 8. We have had a lot of rain and little sunshine and the leaves are turning yellow or light green. Could it be too much rain because the goji is native to desert areas. I am growing mine in about 10 gallon pots right now.

  • Kris Heiss 4 years ago

    Being vegan what do you feed your cat and dogs?

    I am not mocking you just curious since i am rating a lot more vegan meal these days.

  • Sandrichka 4 years ago

    I want to meet you and check out your place. I'm growing some of the same stuff, but it would be cool to visit.

  • faaodar62 4 years ago

    Hello Jake, in the video you referred to the beautiful green grapes as autumn royal, however all of the sites on Google say autumn royal are black grapes. I am wondering if you maybe stated the wrong name. Pls. Comment and let me know Thx.

  • Leo Iribe 4 years ago

    Your garden is so big and beautiful. What a dream! Thanks for showing us bro. Really impressive! Love it!

  • S. E. Brizendine 4 years ago

    This is a very informative video Jake. I really loved it. It's amazing what you've done to create your urban homestead garden with pets. You're an inspiration!

  • Emevol37 4 years ago

    VeganAthlete have you eaten Nopal tacos? Its very delicious. There are many different ways to cook it.

  • Kendra C 4 years ago

    I'm dying to know more about your Black Sapote! Do a video!! Where'd you get it!? What are the growing conditions like? There's not much info online about it

  • Manny Vedo 4 years ago

    🙂 Infirmary for plants? hahahahah great!!

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