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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5] Kaye shares Kristi’s Miracle Haven Garden where she specializes in pollinators and compost in Phoenix, Arizona in Part 5. Download a FREE ebook at http://www.latebloomershow.com. BECOME A PATRON! https://www.patreon.com/latebloomershow Order Botanical Interests seeds at her affiliate link: http://www.latebloomershow.com/BIHome Music by Epidemic Sound. Sound editor, Christina Horgan. “Late Bloomer” follows Kaye’s journey to grow food in her Los Angeles front yard and exists to inspire anyone to grow their own food. Kaye’s vlog covers gardens, travel, adventure, and interesting people. Please share! Comments welcome. Thanks for all your support! – Kaye Join me on your favorite social media sites: https://www.facebook.com/LateBloomerShow https://www.instagram.com/latebloomershow/ https://twitter.com/LateBloomerShow @latebloomershow http://pinterest.com/latebloomershow/ Website: http://www.latebloomershow.com/ https://plus.google.com/+Latebloomershow Video Rating: / 5

16 Comments

  • Kaye Kittrell | Late Bloomer Urban Organic Garden Show 4 days ago

    Follow Kristi @MiracleHavenGarden on Instagram so you will have the latest info about her composting book!

  • Sean Stack 4 days ago

    Great video Kaye, Kristi is an inspiration and considering the injuries she sustained at the hands of medical care she has such a pleasant, positive and articulate way of setting out her story and her approach to overcoming her challenges. Happy Christmas Kaye to you and all your family and those who assist you in making these videos. Sean in Dublin, Ireland

  • Denise M 4 days ago

    What a special garden! It was so beautiful and lush, and just thinking about turning all that waste into compost, I mean, that's amazing!

  • Marley One 4 days ago

    Very nice!

  • sk87est 4 days ago

    What a whimsical & enchanting garden you have.. Love it!

  • Maricela Hinojosa 4 days ago

    What an inspirational garden! I loved her determination to not allow her illness to define her or her will. You can tell she is full of life and joy from looking at her beautiful garden. Thanks for sharing.

  • Nia Lin 4 days ago

    I love an artist’s garden! Always full of unexpected, yet beautiful creations! I totally agree with her regarding the miracle of seeds. I still can’t believe what I get from a seed! It’s a miracle process that never ceases to amaze me. Her garden is a perfect example of what you can create over a period of years on a strict budget. It’s gonna be 2, 3, 5 yrs later anyway, so why not have a natural, restorative haven when the time comes? Patience in gardening is always rewarded. You’ve found some great folks in AZ! Thanks so much for making sure we get to “meet” them too!

  • Backwoods Mama-Wife 4 days ago

    Garden videos keep me sane the months I can't get out in the dirt! Today we got a random snow shower and we only reached a high of 32 during the day. It's currently 25 but with the windchill feeling more like 18. – Kayla

  • Robin Miller 4 days ago

    Appreciate the whimsy and her journey back from the unfortunate drug complications. The garden is a healing place for many of us. TY for sharing her story.

  • Beverly Dillon 4 days ago

    Great Job Kristi, enjoyed watching.

  • Miracle Haven Garden 4 days ago

    Kaye, Hello! Thank you for posting this beautiful video. You shared my story and garden so graciously and I am beyond words. You are so talented! Thank you!!! I do hope your delightful followers will visit me on Instagram or fb @miraclehavengarden as you mentioned. It would be so fun. A million blessings to you – Thank you! ❤️

  • CJ Verde 4 days ago

    I love her COMPOST concerts

  • CJ Verde 4 days ago

    Thank you. I relate so much to her story. I hope to get back to gardening next season

  • David Pruitt 4 days ago

    Wonderful video, thanks for sharing.

  • Patrick Meehan 4 days ago

    Kaye' That's a miracle garden for sure. Kristi is a blessed and charming person. Nice different video. Cheers Patrick xx

  • R. D. Tjandra 4 days ago

    I love the way she used the stones & blocks for the garden pathways

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