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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Las Vegas fans visit the Late Bloomer Garden and share tips for gardening in the high desert. Please subscribe! BECOME A PATRON! https://www.patreon.com/latebloomershow Order Botanical Interests seeds at her affiliate link: http://www.latebloomershow.com/BIHome Music courtesy of Epidemic Sound. Sound editor, Christina Horgan. Subscribe at http://www.latebloomershow.com/ and download a FREE ebook “10 Steps to a Great First Garden.” “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 tourism, travel, adventure, people, gardens. Kaye shares her interests! Please share with friends and help this channel grow. 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

20 Comments

  • Kaye Kittrell | Late Bloomer Urban Organic Garden Show 1 month ago

    Click the card up right on the video or here for Charle's channel, Old Alabama Gardener: https://www.youtube.com/user/OldAlabamaGardener

  • OFF GRID with DOUG & STACY 1 month ago

    what a nice visit =)

  • Diane D 1 month ago

    Great video!!!!!! So interesting, thanks.

  • Kelly Gibson [SEMS] 1 month ago

    Great job Patti! Love your tips and your dedication. Thanks Kaye for having one of our own on your show!

  • Monica Delgado 1 month ago

    Love the video and took my notes! Thanks Kaye and Patti

  • Laurie Hines 1 month ago

    Georgia soil is usually hard red clay. My whole garden is covered in woodchips. Thanks for an informative video again.

  • markelious 1 month ago

    The orange flowers ……..what are they¿

  • Charu's little desert garden! 1 month ago

    Wow…loved it…I wish I could visit you….you know currently I am also keeping my tomato plants fed and alive but in shade and they have started blooming and setting little fruits….it is sometimes above 50°c here in UAE.

  • Patti Hayden 1 month ago

    Kaye, that was so much fun visiting you and seeing the garden in person. You’ve done a lot in such a small space. You have truly inspired me over the last year and my garden shows it! It’s never to late to grow your own food and my wish is that all your viewers will share this story which can give everyone hope that if I can have this kind of success in my desert soil anything is possible! ❤️

  • Sarah Geller 1 month ago

    I hope she starts a YouTube channel! We need more people on here who are starting out. It encourages new gardeners to keep growing. Thanks for all you do Kaye!

  • ThymeToSow 1 month ago

    Great interview, Kaye! I have clay soil, too, so I know her pain. Thank you for sharing!

  • Chris Towerton 1 month ago

    From the personal testimony of diverse folks living out to the four corners of our globe, whether clay, sand, wet or dry, the one all cure seems to be getting organic matter on the ground… We own much to the hard working biota that then incorporates and transforms it into a living soil… Perhaps gardeners should also consider themselves farmers in that sense… 🙂

  • Patrick Meehan 1 month ago

    A truly wonderful video about growing a crop in the Desert in Las Vagas. Patty is a very enthusiastic gardener. Somehow you are always able to find interesting people, Kaye. With kindest regards, Patrick xx

  • Daisy Jo 1 month ago

    When you speak of another channel Why don’t you put them down in the information.. it would be helpful and you will have the same done for you ❤️

  • CJ Verde 1 month ago

    You have parrots. But national Geographic just posted something about part species declining. Wow!

  • Jean Mitchell 1 month ago

    Great video Kaye, it was fascinating to hear Patty's experience of gardening in Las Vegas. Learned about pulling dirty away from bulbing onions a few years ago, I have had great luck doing that. Can't wait for video #2 of Patty's visit to your beautiful urban garden.

  • Angela Burnett-Mero 1 month ago

    Wonderful video, beautiful garden and music. Great info too, just the facts : ))
    Looking forward to Part 2, and more of the beauty you bring to this world.

  • Jacky Daw 1 month ago

    Nice video kay…. how does she grow garlic on her side of the world??
    Well that's if she mentioned it to you ….. thumbs up to you both!!!!

  • Cragfire Gardening 1 month ago

    Very nice Kaye, I'm looking forward to part 2. 🙂

  • Stephanie Pocchia [Education Center - General] 1 month ago

    Great tips for gardening in Las Vegas! Thank you Kaye & Patty!

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