Added by on 2016-05-25

[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Arizona NATIVE AVOCADO Tree. In this episode Jake Mace Plants an Aravaipa Avocado Tree also called an Arizona Avocado Tree or a Don Juan Avocado Tree! Avocado Tree #1 (Yin) is in a location which will get morning shade and afternoon sun. Avocado Tree #2 (Yang) is in a location which will get morning sun and afternoon shade! I will keep uploading seasonal update videos to show you all the progress and growth rate of these incredible Arizona Native Avocado Trees! 🙂 Here’s the Facebook Page for “Shamus O’Leary’s Tropical Fruit Trees” (Go visit Shamus in Northwest Phoenix, Tell Him Jake Mace Sent You): https://www.facebook.com/pages/Shamus-OLearys-Tropical-Fruit-Trees/469661096392272 Here’s the link to the Aravapai or Arizona Avocado Tree Story: http://www.citrustreesnola.com/whats_new_2.html Join My New Online Gardening School for at http://subscriptions.viddler.com/JakeMaceKungFu (Scroll to the Bottom) Let’s Garden Together Online. My New Gardening Online School is a month or a year at http://www.JakeMace.com Check Out & ORDER Our Gardening Supplies & Tree Food HERE: http://jakemace.com/kungfu/Gardening.html Hit the “Like” button, Click “SUBSCRIBE”, Comment Below, and Share this Video! Friend me on Facebook at http://www.Facebook.com/jakemace.taichi Check out my website at http://www.JakeMace.com Email me at: JakeMaceVegan@gmail.com Check out my other YouTube channels at: http://www.YouTube.com/ShaolinCenter http://www.YouTube.com/OrderTaiChi http://www.YouTube.com/VeganAthlete Video Rating: / 5

18 Comments

  • Maria Del Carmen Felix 1 year ago

    When will you put up an update on how big the avocado trees have gotten since you planted them in the ground. I am so excited to see how they are doing?

  • Carlos Lopez 1 year ago

    do they have any available now?

  • Travis Vick 1 year ago

    how did this work out for you?

  • rcx8666c 1 year ago

    GOOD LUCK WITH YOUR SMALL AVOCADO TREE.
    I HOPE IT GETS TO BE 50 FEET WIDE…

  • Mariko Kawauchi 1 year ago

    I would like to see the grown, established tree in about 3 yrs after you have planted it. Or when you have let it bear fruits. thank you for this informative video.

  • crim son 1 year ago

    thanks for sharing, the whole idea of avocados in Aravaipa is super exciting! Reminds me of the Huge and delicious fig tree I was introduced to on the Havasupai Reservation.

  • Fox Mulder 1 year ago

    Why is there no video of the great living Aravaipa avocado ancestor?

  • stanststanley 1 year ago

    great info, thanks!

  • VeganAthlete 1 year ago

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  • Janet Bell 1 year ago

    I love all the detail you had in this video.  What time of year did you plant this?  I live in Gilbert and I am totally interested in growing more food in my nice sized yard.  Thanks!

  • Terry Duff 1 year ago

    Great work Jake please give us an update when you have time cheers,

  • Jan Meister 1 year ago

    Hey Jake,

        Where can I get Tree Collard cuttings?

    Thanks,

    Jan

  • Kevin M 1 year ago

    How do you collect and store rain water?  I'm from Seattle and moved down here to Phoenix and I've got some great ideas for you.

  • World Clik 1 year ago

    Great Video! good informations!
    Congratulations for excelent Page!

  • WachdByBigBrother 1 year ago

    Do avocados require male and female trees to produce fruit?

  • Steve Urkle 1 year ago

    Love avocado!

  • VeganAthlete 1 year ago

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  • Sara Allen 1 year ago

    I meant tried not tire. Typo!
    

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