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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote My 2009 Summer garden here in Arizona. I was growing peppers, sunflowers, tomatoes, potatoes, strawberries, squash, watermelon, cantaloupe, eggplant, herbs, … Video Rating: 4 / 5

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  • DesertDweller74 7 years ago

    I just love this video! Thanks for taking the time to create? and share it with the rest of us. This makes me hopeful!

  • 4GreenEarth2 7 years ago

    Very nice! Hope to see more =D?

  • Furnish123PHX 7 years ago

    Great video! Loved seeing the transformation with the photos. Absolutely beautiful work on the video and the garden!?

  • cavemanillustrations 7 years ago

    I LOVE the music! You can’t hear that music on? the radio…NICE!!!

  • DesertDood 7 years ago

    noice! (nice)? 🙂

  • lurch2150 7 years ago

    If I wanted to listen to shit-brain music, I would turn on the radio!
    If I wanted to learn? desert gardening, I thought I could click here!

  • cavemanillustrations 7 years ago

    Very? nice

  • Bindi Butt 7 years ago

    What an awesome garden. Have you ever tried to grow blueberries, here in the desert? I would love to try, if I have a chance of the heat not killing? them. Is there a variety that will work here? Thanks!

  • buyerofsorts 7 years ago

    Nah, this person lives in Idaho. They just? did their back yard to look like AZ! JK!

  • jm39509 7 years ago


  • ArizonaAdventures 7 years ago

    very nice garden?

  • jamiemczsu 7 years ago

    this video was very inspiring! i live in Phoenix and have been very afraid to even try to garden for fear that all of my efforts? will just be scorched. I think i will give it a try after all 🙂

  • jihadacadien 7 years ago

    Wow you still were able to grow plants in that dry place!? pretty great

  • Ginsutron 7 years ago

    Unfortunately, no update on this garden, she’s long gone. Going to start a smaller garden though so we’ll see it it’s update worthy. Wheelori, good luck with your first garden! As for the soil, I used horse manure but really any kind of manure should work just fine. The main problem I had with the soil was? it’s low permeability, it was very high in clay and silt and it was hard to get the soil to absorb any water. And I am located in Tucson. Thanks for the comments.

  • Thyrinal 7 years ago

    nice layout and set up. looking? forward to an update.

  • wheelori814 7 years ago

    Oh yea, what part of az? are u in?

  • wheelori814 7 years ago

    wow, that looked like a great garden. Im doing my first one ever, hope it turns out as good as yours! Did you add anything to the soil? All i have is worm manure and hoping i have enough for this soil… although? the weeds grow excellent without anything lol.