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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Desert Garden in Las Vegas. Video Rating: 5 / 5 Wynn Anderson, UTEP Botanical Curator, talks about birds, hummingbirds, and native pollinators in the Garden, including the plants and fountains that attract… Video Rating: 5 / 5


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  • Julieaism 6 years ago

    Oh be sure to show it and updates….I have really wanted? to see how that worked out. Look forward to seeing more:)

  • rbookstore 6 years ago

    I saw the Back to Eden Garden Movie in the Fall. I can tell you it does work to keep the moisture in. I split a bail of straw into sheets and layed them around the wells of my trees in Utah in the dry and windy desert. They were always moist which wasn’t the case before I did that. I will be trying a back to eden garden this year on my desert property. I( just have to fence it to keep the rabbits out!? Thanks for the comments. and I subbed you. Darren

  • Julieaism 6 years ago

    Have you seen the video Back to Eden Garden? I saw that and thought it would be? something so do-able in the desert.

  • PrimitiveMommy 6 years ago

    They? look similar to our fuji. Ours is much younger though so not certain. Fuji grows well here so chances are they knew what they were doing in picking an apple.

  • fosterjeffreym 6 years ago

    Good luck with your tomatoes. I had the same experience with hanging tomatoes in my yard in Las Vegas. I think it has a lot to do with the type of tomato that you choose to plant in a hanging container. I tried a Topsy-Turvy for the first time this year and my? “Big Boy” tomato didn’t seem to like growing upside down. It was dead within a couple weeks. Others that I planted in pots on the ground are thriving. I think, next year I’m going to try a “Patio Tomato” or a “Cherry Tomato” instead.