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  • Rudy Zavala 4 years ago

    I know this video is kind of old, but do you still get Azomite? I see you listed as a local vendor on Unless, that is another Paradise Veggies they are referring to. 

  • ParadiseVeggies 4 years ago

    I usually throw them in a smoothy.

  • Crystal Tweeboom 4 years ago

    Don't forget to also eat your broccoli leaves!!

  • ParadiseVeggies 4 years ago

    Its very possible, it just requires some strategic design. Trying to place your garden so that it only gets about 6 hours of direct sun light helps. Also, you want to make sure that the ground stay shaded so that soil stays cool and moist. The only way to do this is plant a few plants so that the next plant shades the ground of the others around it.

  • tkmaz 4 years ago

    Do you think it's possible to grow year-round in this heat/soil? I'd like to expand my garden OUT of the raised beds & keep my plants for the year, even if they don't bear fruit (too cold/hot).

  • ParadiseVeggies 4 years ago

    For this garden I don't know. The most the garden got water was every 3 days during summer for 2 10 minute periods. I built a garden at my parents that was in a normal neighborhood that was 120sq ft and they saw no significant increase to their water bill.

  • Mo Cassidy 4 years ago

    Just curious, how much its your water bill?

  • Mo Cassidy 4 years ago


  • 4GreenEarth2 4 years ago

    Congrats on getting hitched, and your exciting journey being married and sustainable gardening! Your backyard certainly looks wonderful and really starting to look more and more like a paradise.

  • L Wms 4 years ago

    Congrats! Are you growing tree collards? I ordered a couple cuttings that I am starting. But I would rather buy more cuttings locally.

  • Steve N Vegas 4 years ago

    congrats. I will check out your blog

  • TanzimaA Ahmed 4 years ago

    Congratulations on your Wedding! Introduce your lovely wife to us. Would love to see the woman behind the camera.

  • Becoming0ne 4 years ago

    Thanks for showing us around. And congratulations on getting married! 🙂

  • Helioforge 4 years ago

    All the seeds from a single lettuce plant can populate an entire garden bed (they grow like dandelions!) Nice to see the polyculture taking hold : )

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