Added by on 2019-03-26

[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Jessica and Peter talk about the Desert Willow tree- where it grows, its uses and benefits, and why it makes a great addition to our desert garden! Click here to subscribe to our channel https://tinyurl.com/y7oe684o Follow us on Facebook and Instagram to see more of what we’re up to on a regular basis. facebook.com/greendreamproject1 Instagram.com/greendreamproject Twitter @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

8 Comments

  • Nicholas Pulido 7 months ago

    Ive seen one on a rescue zoo near me. A really big one. Do you grow them from a cutting.? Did you buy it from a nursery

  • Mack Dickerson 7 months ago

    Saw the willow in your other vlog. Want to see how it will do in FL. Thanks for the share.

  • John Godfrey Schellinger 7 months ago

    It has a flower like a Foxglove. Look to be a great mulch tree. I need to see which willow trees can grow here in the western highlands. Good vid, amigos!

  • Almost Homestead 7 months ago

    Very nice. I wish we had willows around our property.

  • MissouriOldTimer 7 months ago

    it does look like a willow that grows around ponds around here.

  • Pamela Price 7 months ago

    I want a tree like that! I love hummingbirds. Your hair is so pretty Jessica.

  • Pamela Price 7 months ago

    You get a drone?

  • Blissful Acres Off Grid Homestead 7 months ago

    We bought a Navajo Willow wonder if that is the same as you have? Hopefully it will become a shade and Wind Block area on our property.

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