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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote What is the cheapest and most efficient way to garden in the desert? We show how we construct our sunken beds for maximum water retention and efficiency, and best of all, it’s completely free to build. Click here to subscribe to our channel: https://tinyurl.com/y7oe684o Visit our Patreon page to discover special benefits and support our mission: https://www.patreon.com/greendreamproject Please consider purchasing a T-shirt (with original designs by us!) to help support us in making future videos: https://teespring.com/stores/green-dream-tees Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/greendreamproject1 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/greendreamproject/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/gdproject1 Music by: bensound.com We are Jim and Jessica, a husband and wife team who decided to make the leap from living the city life to an off-grid homestead. We have no training in carpentry or electrical work. We’ve come armed only with two Permaculture Design Certificates and a whole lot of determination. Join us on our journey to move beyond a sustainable lifestyle into a regenerative one. We chose to live in the desert because we love the location and we wanted the challenge of bringing this desert landscape into productive abundance. #greendreamproject #permaculture #gardening Video Rating: / 5

15 Comments

  • Creative Play and Podcast Network LLC 4 weeks ago

    Great job! We’re planning the same waffle garden for our place in Bisbee

  • Big Sky at Night 4 weeks ago

    Very cool… can’t wait to see the results!

  • Contentment 4 weeks ago

    Great system! Do you think the olla system will supply water quickly enough to water-loving veggies like lettuce?

  • CustomGardenSolutions 4 weeks ago

    Jim and Jessica you shouldn't have too much problem with nitrogen robbing if the wood chips are on the top layer of the garden.
    I grow in 100% compost and it works great. Totally healthy for the plants and absorbs water and also allows for drainage is needed. So get a couple more truck loads of compost if you can.
    Can't wait to see what the garden looks like. Mine looks like chicken poop, I haven't done anything at all. I'll be doing videos on "it's okay to start your garden late"….

  • What We Do 4 weeks ago

    Great update. The sunken beds look good. I noticed just how dry your soil really is while you were digging!

    Klaus

  • old school with a modern twist 4 weeks ago

    ,,,,you know things just don`t happen ,,you got to make them happen,,you guys are on top of your game for sure,,,i`m impressed ,,,

  • Jason Ng 4 weeks ago

    Digging playlist hehehe that's good tips for hot and desert type land really useful tips thanks for sharing with us this definitely deserve the thumbs up

  • Thirteen Moons Homestead 4 weeks ago

    Very cool! I think I learn something new from you guys almost every video. I didn’t know about oya pots!

  • Irene Davis 4 weeks ago

    Great how to video! I remember using oja technology about 30 years ago. Very efficient. Keep up he good work!

  • SugarCreek Homestead of Tennessee 4 weeks ago

    Excellent love the watering pots

  • My Slice Of Heaven Outdoors 4 weeks ago

    you did a good job explaining the sunken bed again, I think it is going to be great.

  • BR1967FE 4 weeks ago

    excited for u guys to c your garden coming together, awesome info, sunken beds & clay pots

  • Chicken Hues 4 weeks ago

    Really neat! I love how you guys really know where you live and come up with the best ways to do things there. I love the pots!

  • MY PERMACULTURE GARDEN 4 weeks ago

    Beautiful !!! I love the terra-cotta pot in the middle ~ Oya means pot in Spanish,,, as in cooking pot !

  • Was Blind 4 weeks ago

    Great idea. Loved the clay pots and the rocks.

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