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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote A quick look at what’s growing here at AZ Farms backyard garden Top Things You Need In Your Soil — Azomite Rock Dust — Worm Castings — Mycorrhizae — Coconut Coir Follow me — — — — Video Rating: / 5


  • Sally Semrau 4 months ago

    Either he moved, or something else happen. Because if he was still there the garden would be awesome and he would broadcast it.

  • scott jones 4 months ago

    The variety you have achieved is incredible for the space you have. I'm in Fort Worth where we get plenty of 100 plus weather, I've never used the shade cloth but I wonder if it might help. Just ordered my seeds for this year,
    St Pierre Tomato

    SKU: TM107
    1 $2.50

    Free Seed Variety 1

    SKU: FR101
    1 $0.00

    Pink Bumble Bee Tomato

    SKU: TS148
    1 $3.50

    Purple Podded Pole Bean

    SKU: BN114
    1 $3.00

    California Wonder Pepper

    SKU: PP106
    1 $2.50

  • Nick Roberts 4 months ago

    I’m a Phoenix gardener it’s very hard to keep things alive for me I’ve lost a lot of hope in being successful with gardening. Your videos are giving me hope again. Thanks!

  • Kendall Kessler 4 months ago

    Beautiful garden! Great video!

  • Gerald Gauthier 4 months ago


  • Nola Borrego 4 months ago

    Rob you have disappeared I hope all is ok. You are in my prayers

  • square Bizz 4 months ago

    Stunning ! i live in las vegas. Help!lol… Thank you for sharing it brightened my day peace & love

  • Checando el dato 4 months ago

    I love your chicken

  • Kelley farm 4 months ago

    I was zennnd out with music watching this awesome stuff looks bug free in there

  • Finite Farms 4 months ago

    Just curious one of your videos you say you prefer raised beds but a lot of this looks more like the BTE style.

  • Rankins Creek Rabbitry 4 months ago

    nice looking garden!

  • Aidan 4 months ago

    at 5:10 is that a mango tree?

  • Suzie Aguilar 4 months ago

    AZ FARMS Your garden is beautiful, peaceful, relaxing, but must be lots of work behind creating it. I love the way you are making the desert bloom with vegetables and blossoms more acclimated to a more humid environment. The red tomato looked ready to eat! Enjoy 🙂

  • CB's Greenhouse and Garden 4 months ago

    Amazing garden you have Sir! Love those chickens also. One seems to be your best 108 degrees is mighty hot out there. Keep cool and keep up the great work!

  • Johny Phạm 4 months ago

    I love your videos. Hope you will make more videos with such content. Wish you a good day
    I have new videos … hope you visit

  • The New Orleans Gardener 4 months ago

    Wow! I enjoyed your channel so I Subscribed Check out my Channel If you like it Subscribe back Thanks.

  • Aaron Chandler 4 months ago

    Nice! does your fences help protect the plants from too much sun too?

  • Whistle Thicket 4 months ago

    We are having a pumpkin growing challenge through our channel and we are challenging other youtube channels to join. We already have 5-6 channels that are signed up. Would love it if you participated! Check out our video about the challenge and you just "register" by commenting!

  • All Sorts 4 months ago

    Lovely garden 🙂

  • the Urban Gardener 4 months ago

    I really like your videos, I am new to editing and making videos about my urban garden. I like the style. Definitely subscribing.

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