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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5] From Dirt Lot to FOOD FOREST | Wood Chip Garden with 200 Fruit Trees and over 20 Raised Beds in the Desert I started my garden at Longevity Gardens in 2011 when it was just a dirt lot with nothing really growing on! Now it yields so much food from the fruit trees and raised bed gardens that are growing in the front and backyard! Go Vegan and Grow Your Own Food at Home! Join My Seed Program Today: Order a Fruit Tree for Your Garden from the Urban Fruit Tree Program Here: 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: 1. Alta Loma Terrace by Wes Hutchinson 2. Country Cue 1 by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license ( Artist: Video Rating: / 5


  • Ellen Mentor 2 years ago

    Thanks for rescuing the fish

  • Susan Lee 2 years ago

    Hoping to sell my house and take equity & build an earthship out of tires or earth bags or straw bales. I’m in Alaska so I’ll have a three greenhouses connected side x side. The outer one I hope to put in trees that need the cooler temps to set fruit, the middle one is the one I want to have a moringa tree, banana, mango,guava, strawberry tree, honey dates. I need to find out which ones I can prune as I think I will only go up two stories. I know you can cut back the moringa but I need to know about some of the others.Also need to know ones that need male/female or self pollinators. I already learned that dates are male/female setup but want to learn more. Thanks much!

  • Natural Mystic Gardens 2 years ago

    Would it be better to put a pound of worms under each tree rather than making a worm bin? As long as your loading up the bottom of the trees with organic matter?

  • Natural Mystic Gardens 2 years ago

    It's sad but he's right. People think you are nuts for getting excited about a garden.

  • Lazaro Rodiel 2 years ago

    Having a huge garden its a paradise! Love it from Philippines….

  • Anthony Harris 2 years ago

    Thanks for the video. was successful for me within one day of signing up for the service. Many have asked for "clean" loads of wood chips and have waited for months. I allowed sticks in my load and got a truck load within 24 hours of signing up on the site. I live in Georgia.

  • StichinNStashin 2 years ago

    i really enjoyed your presentation it has given me new insight as to how to mulch and let nature do her thing
    i am going to watch a few more of your vids as a lot of it isn't for my area (windsor ontario canada ) there is still a lot to learn
    i gave up on a lot of things after my hubby passed away jan 2nd 2016 and now i am starting to get my groove back a little at a time but i am going to do a large garden this year 3x the size it was as it's only my income now and the bills are eating me alive so i am having to do what i can
    between house repairs n bills i am having to be very frugal with my money and pinch pennies (oh i forgot we don't have pennies anymore) so it will be nickel pinching lol
    but again ty for the videos it has perked me up with interest on how to make my own forest garden floors and gardens thrive

  • And Drew 2 years ago

    How about fruit fly and other bug problems ???

  • Jesse Rahimzadeh 2 years ago

    Nature does not grow veganically. There is no animal-less environment anywhere in the world.

  • Shobhna Vijh 2 years ago

    Which country is this ?

  • Rice Panday 2 years ago

    Jake, so I did your suggestion when I had a tree service just down the road chipping trees. I ended up with about 19 cubic yards of free mulch and something else hidden in the pile. I found a $600 backpack blower buried deep in the pile. I'm not sure how it got in there. I immediately called the owner of the tree service and returned it. I most likely have free wood chips for life now.

  • Sandra xyz 2 years ago

    Oh, did y pump the bottom water or the top water of the fish pond,which is w poop water? and how???

  • Sandra xyz 2 years ago

    is it thejubi bi tree? oh, ok,wow wow a balance of good bugs, this had been a video that God had answ my prayer for a beautiful garden w fruit trees and inside about saving money and grow organic for your heath, not pills, so on. no wonder that y are in such good heath, but exercise long as you are young and strong. you and Nicole, both.

  • Sandra xyz 2 years ago

    wow,wow wow o wow catctus yeah

  • george henderson 2 years ago

    Who’s growing tomatoes in the winter?

  • #mystreegardenLA 2 years ago

    Thanks so much Jake for sharing your knowledge piece and good health and love #mystreegardenLA I use wood chips for my street garden in South LA the food desert

  • ismay bruneel 2 years ago

    asome evolution of youre backyard mate

  • FlourishingLight 2 years ago

    Jake, what would be the right balance of ingredients for compost/coco coir/worm castings/rock dust?  We don't seem to be getting it right.  Thanks!

  • Artie H 2 years ago

    The ladies of my family think I'm a nut job too.  My boy, however, loves helping me……..looking for bugs, worms, etc.

  • Justin Dahl 2 years ago

    This is incredible brother! How large is your lot? Looking to get a feel for the size and how many trees you have etc. God bless and thanks for these awesome videos! Subbed <3

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