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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Here I just planted about a dozen one gallon Afghan Pines, Pinus Eldarica. They grow to about 45 feet tall and do well in hot climates like mine in Arizona. Best to plant them in the Fall, with a deep hole and bone meal and mulch mixed in. I will water them heavily every 10 days until they are established. This will end up being my little pine tree forest in the desert, some real groovy times ahead! Thanks for watching and be sure to give me a thumbs up, comment and subscribe for more desert planting videos. Peace and Love, Keith in Arizona Video Rating: / 5

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  • Rambles with my camera 1 year ago

    Wonderful that you give back to the Earth Keith ♥ will be so satisfying seeing them grow 🙂 Hope you took a photo of you standing beside them at this stage to compare in the future haha maybe do one of them progressing montages standing beside one of the trees and shoot the same one once a year, pick one that will have some of the others in the background maybe a long process but could be wacky at the same time 🙂 well done man sending Love from Ireland ♥

  • Desert Plants of Avalon 1 year ago

    I LOVE your pine trees Keith 🙂 and they are going to look incredible when they grow over the years, it will be so rewarding watching them grow in the Desert, so cool, thanks for sharing keith and sending you and sweet Beautrice loads of love and grooviness from Ireland for a magical evening and Tuesday ahead XXXXXX <3

  • Groovyman 1968 1 year ago

    Thanks for watching, please see my other cactus/tree videos.  Keith in AZ

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