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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5] #garden #gardening #foodforest #gardentour #permaculture #backyardgarden #fruittrees #raisedbedgarden #jakemace #raisedbeds Backyard Garden Tour | Insane Food Forest Grows Tons of Food in the Desert! This is the backyard food forest and edible garden jungle of my friend Shamus O’Leary. Sit back and enjoy! Shamus O’Leary: 1. Website: 2. Instagram: 3. YouTube: 4. Facebook: Join My Facebook GARDENING GROUP Here: Find Me on Snapchat & Instagram: “JakeMaceTaiChi” Join My Monthly SEED BOX PROGRAM Join My New Online Gardening School for at (Scroll to the Bottom) Check out My NEW Gardening STORE Here: JOIN My NEW Facebook GARDENING PAGE! Click HERE: Let’s Garden Together Online. My New Gardening Online School is a month or a year at Check Out & ORDER Our Gardening Supplies & Tree Food HERE: Hit the “Like” button, Click “SUBSCRIBE”, Comment Below, and Share this Video! Friend me on Facebook at Check out my website at Email me at: Check out my other YouTube channels at: Music is: 1. Log Cabin by Silent YouTube Partner 2. Master of the Feast by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license ( Source: Artist: 3. Redwood Trail by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license ( Artist: Video Rating: / 5


  • allon33 2 years ago

    One of Jake's Heros.

  • Mr. Tombo 2 years ago

    I like your gardening videos, good ideas. I live in a small, two bedroom apartment, but it's ranch buildings, not multi-story. Each of us has a small (tiny) front lawn, but a fenced patio also with planting areas around that. I have a corner unit, so I've got extra planting space at the one end I'm expanding this year.

    Anyway, seeing stuff like you do in your back yard and such, from composting, what plants to plant, MULCHING and how to do that so it doesn't stink, etc., has be really relaxing brain food for me to mull over with my limited space.

    You, and people like the following, really help me out with hands-on information:

  • Rudy De Leon 2 years ago

    Was I the only one that felt there was tension between the two?

  • 520BassAssassin 2 years ago

    cool video

  • Crystal Pope 2 years ago

    Really nice place.

  • Laura Bunyard 2 years ago

    This is your second video I have heard Curved Beak Thrashers.

  • YenTheOne 2 years ago

    i would love to see, a new updated video tour of your own garden soon :p

  • Evelyn Mortimore 2 years ago

    I hope Shamus (and you Jake) realises that Oleanders are deadly poisonous, I wouldn't have one in my garden, especially if I had children or pets?? We had a man here is Australia who pulled off a branch and used it as a fork to BBQ some meat and upon eating the meat he got extremely ill and died.

  • Ravi Lamechane 2 years ago

    How do you get all the seeds for all the fruit plants and vegetable plant.

  • archmagemiguel 2 years ago

    Great video guys.

  • datVKru 2 years ago

    Did anyone else notice the girl video taping is the same girl from the other video! I noticed the same ring on her left index finger when Jacob Rydberg aka "Jake Mace" is giving her some food to try lol

  • Isn't irrigation water heavily salted due to evaporation over long distances? His project is clearly working, but I'm curious about that

  • stephalicious00 2 years ago

    sweet property!

  • Jennifer Prescott 2 years ago

    Rainbow Eucliliptus..I canna spell it bot oh my how I want one..

  • The Swole Surfer 2 years ago

    I need a cool garden like that!

  • Dr. David Garver 2 years ago

    Thanks Jake for being a great inspiration in Bo Staff, Martial Arts, and Diet!!!!

  • Cookieman 2 years ago

    Thanks to both of you, for this informative video.

  • duck duck 2 years ago

    How much land do you have for your backyard Jack?

  • wildchook (Mary) 2 years ago

    Great fruit forest Shamus and what a dream garden. Thanks for the tour Jake, love it. Jake, get yourself another property and continue growing food.

  • Steve Margraf 2 years ago

    Amazing! So great seeing you guys push the limits and sharing what can be grown in the area. It’s a little cold for tropicals where I am 2 hours north of you but this is a huge inspiration. Keep up the awesome work!

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