Added by on 2019-03-26

[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote It’s like snow in the desert! Join us as we stop to take a closer look at this common but beautiful roadside plant. Click here to subscribe to our channel https://tinyurl.com/y7oe684o Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/greendreampr… Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/greendreamp… Twitter: https://twitter.com/gdproject1 Music by: bensound.com We are a husband and wife team who decided to make the leap from living the city life to an off-grid homestead. We have no training in carpentry or electrical work. We’ve come armed only with two Permaculture Design Certificates and a whole lot of determination. Join us on our journey to move beyond a sustainable lifestyle into a regenerative one. We chose to live in the desert because we love the location and we wanted the challenge of bringing this desert landscape into productive abundance. Video Rating: / 5

17 Comments

  • Sherry Varner 3 weeks ago

    Cool video….

  • Contentment 3 weeks ago

    Thanks folks! We enjoy these videos on native plants. Keep 'em coming!

  • FranknCarrie's Adventures 3 weeks ago

    great video.

  • Natacha Yearwood 3 weeks ago

    Wow! We have a lot of this on pur property! Now I'll leave it! Most people do seem to clear it and destroy it! I think it's a beautiful plant! Tree. Shrub. Lol!

  • joe curry 3 weeks ago

    Do you tea it up? I'm scared

  • joe curry 3 weeks ago

    That's a biggie, ugly plant but there bomb proof

  • A little dirt never hurt 3 weeks ago

    Great vid folks! I am all about medicinal perennials, no matter the area! I like how excited you both get talking about them. Is it used in a tea?

  • Mack Dickerson 3 weeks ago

    Clean their houses,very funny Jim. Does "milk weed" grow out your way?

  • MidlifePrices 3 weeks ago

    We've definitely seen the "snow" here. Thanks for the education.

  • Janie2Shoes 3 weeks ago

    Interesting video, new sub. Thanks for sharing.

  • Elf Lords Journeys 3 weeks ago

    We have a plant at Lake Tahoe that looks similar ,lots of white blooms in late summer.

  • Almost Homestead 3 weeks ago

    Another interesting episode of Native Plants and Animals guys.

  • Dans Bois Homestead In The Woods 3 weeks ago

    Pretty neat! We have an evergreen/deciduous type tree here called Tamarak. Looks like a pine tree in the warm season, then turns yellow and drops it's 'needles' in the fall. I'd never hear of this particular plant, sounds like a pretty useful desert plant though. Some interesting medicinal uses. We're big on using what the land has to offer for various reasons. And you guys are very right. Make sure you research your wild edibles thoroughly before harvesting and ingesting them!

  • Humble Homestead 3 weeks ago

    I love your style and the dog just looks bad to the bone. What a handsome fella .

  • Kathy F 3 weeks ago

    I am really enjoying your Native Plants and Animals series.

  • MissouriOldTimer 3 weeks ago

    that's something else I never heard of before,, interesting about the benefits it has.

  • Blissful Acres Off Grid Homestead 3 weeks ago

    Good morning! I'll be on the lookout for Desert Broom. Great video! I'm learning about the desert and living vicariously through you guys! We haven't had much time to discover our desert. Did you know that creosote make sweet honey ? Finally got holes filled. Now to plant our shade and fruit trees!

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