Added by on 2017-06-26

[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote My Favorite Fruit Tree for Desert Gardening this is my favorite fruit tree for edible landscapes and edible gardens that use permaculture design in the desert or hot climates! The Palo Verde gives off edible flowers and DELICIOUS green pea pods that taste like sugar snap peas and edamame! Make sure to only eat the inside and not the skin! 😉 Join My Facebook GARDENING GROUP Here: Find Me on Snapchat & Instagram: “JakeMaceTaiChi” Join My Monthly SEED BOX PROGRAM Join My New Online Gardening School for at (Scroll to the Bottom) Check out My NEW Gardening STORE Here: JOIN My NEW Facebook GARDENING PAGE! Click HERE: Let’s Garden Together Online. My New Gardening Online School is a month or a year at Check Out & ORDER Our Gardening Supplies & Tree Food HERE: Hit the “Like” button, Click “SUBSCRIBE”, Comment Below, and Share this Video! Friend me on Facebook at Check out my website at Email me at: Check out my other YouTube channels at: Music is: Wheel Of Karma by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license ( Artist: Video Rating: / 5


  • Vijaya Vijaya 3 months ago

    your haters are fools

  • Cii Moon 3 months ago

    sweet…I just planted a palo verde about a month ago..but its a Desert something type. do those varieties get pods too?

  • Gavin Matthews 3 months ago

    Guessing it's legumes as well so may work as chop and drop as well?

  • calandoful 3 months ago

    This guy has some weird taste buds because some of those plants he eats raw a pretty bitter.

  • Lisa Pratt 3 months ago

    I'm in Vegas. I have Palo Verdes on my property and had no idea the flowers and pods were edible! So happy to find your channel. Desert gardening is hard to find

  • fffff 3 months ago

    why dont u grow melons?

  • awesome

  • medviation 3 months ago

    Jake, it feels like there's so much wasted space in your garden. Is there a particular reason for this or am I just used to a more tropical climate where the soil can support more plants in less space?

  • Calvin Field 3 months ago


  • Anton Svarén 3 months ago

    Yo, dude, love your videos! Do you have any ideas for growing any kind of edible fruit or vegetable on my balcony? I live in Sweden so the weather is between 15-30C* in the summer, from coldest to warmest.

  • Kay S 3 months ago

    I live in the San Joaquin desert in cali, gonna have to find some of these for my yard. Native stuff here, well idk if its native but they are EVERYWHERE is Mulberry trees. Everyone has one here, not always female fruit bearing ones but There's a few around here that do.

  • Austin Henning 3 months ago

    Three of my dreams I've been working toward for awhile now:

    1. Moving to Arizona

    2. Having my own sustainable tropical fruit garden

    3. Going on a fully plant-based diet

    Getting close to the latter. Hope the others will follow and to meet one day. Have a good one!

  • Caroline Trevis 3 months ago

    I felt proud of my garden… Then I saw yours, my gooseberries don't seem so impressive now

  • Ghuzz Chandler 3 months ago

    looks like you garden recovered well from the bad storm… better than ever!

  • Out West Homestead 3 months ago

    I wish I could grow the things you grow. I'm a little colder in the winter. High desert.

  • Ebrahim Alnuaimi 3 months ago

    we called it termas in Arabic

  • Tiger Claw 3 months ago

    Tell me about your garden, do you own a nursery? How many acres do you have?

  • Michaela Kekel 3 months ago

    Sadly the tree would die in our climate 🙂

  • HF TL 3 months ago

    Jake brother, can you confirm whether the palo verde tree fixes nitrogen or not???

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