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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Desert Backyard Orchard Tour – Phoenix, AZ Buy Organic Seeds Here Follow me on Instagram @myphoenixgarden To improve the quality of this video on your mobile device,please click on the 3 dots in the top right, and change the quality from auto to 1080p. Thank you 😊 My Favorite Amazon gardening products Food grade DE for aphids and ants Indoor Composting Bin (stainless steel) Galvanized Watering Can Lead Free Hose (Drinking Water Safe) 50ft 25ft Bamboo Stakes for supporting plants 40% Shade Cloth (a must for AZ summer gardens) Easy to install Cedar Garden bed (no screwing necessary) 4x4ft Seaweed Extract Liquid Iron I use for our fruit trees Pruning Shears Cotton twine I use to stake plants Azomite 44lbs for Azomite 5lbs for NEEM oil I use for aphids Spinosad I use for thrips These links help support the channel. Thank you for your support. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Video Rating: / 5


  • Manuel Gonzalez 4 months ago

    Just graft ur nectarine with other varieties

  • ANNE REYES 4 months ago

    I love your garden I’m also from Az casa grande your garden is so beautiful what about watering your plants specially now with temp of 108,110 ? Thank you

  • Jake Smith 4 months ago

    Its amazing how you live in the desert and have amazing plants and vegetables!

  • Adelss 1234 4 months ago

    love the mulberries they are so delicious!!:)

  • evanixar6 4 months ago

    You can graft that nectarine and use his roots To boost a new tree

  • Maricela Hinojosa 4 months ago

    I did not know you need chill hours for a nectarine tree. What about that apricot, does it need chill hours too?

  • Brandon Vardy 4 months ago

    I follow your garden on instagram. I'm excited to see this on video!

  • FenderMan91 4 months ago

    Please don't remove that giant nectarine tree. Just graft a low-chill variety onto it, such as the Florida Prince peach or Snow Queen nectarine.

  • steve lopez 4 months ago

    Looks fantastic! I follow your Instagram and wish you much success with your YouTube channel. A fellow gardener from Tucson.

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