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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Kaye gets a tour of Jay Barringer’s tropical food forest in Mesa, AZ. Please subscribe! “Help me inspire people to grow their own food and take control over their food security. Your donation of any amount makes ‘Late Bloomer’ possible and available for anyone.” Subscribe at 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. “I hope you enjoy this episode and share with friends and help me grow ‘Late Bloomer.’ Your comments are welcome. Thanks for all your support!” – Kaye Subscribe at and download a FREE ebook “10 Steps to a Great First Garden.” Join me on your favorite social media sites: Facebook: Instagram: @latebloomershow Twitter: @latebloomershow Pinterest: Website: Google+: Video Rating: / 5


  • Chris Klest 4 years ago

    I think this video may have opened up my options for warm places to live. I ultimately would like this, but with a large apartment building and large surrounding gardens.

  • Jose Grows 4 years ago

    Love it, love it, love it!!!!!!!!

  • Juan 4Realz 4 years ago

    For real Kaye, these garden tours are your best idea yet. Your awesome. And thanks for the good content.

  • suburban homestead 4 years ago

    Wait, isn't pheonix supposed to be a desert? Awesome!

  • gatblau1 4 years ago

    I might have a dumb question, but don't the smaller fruit trees need more sunlight? Most of the smaller trees seem to be under the canopy of the larger trees.

  • SherGardenOrganicHomeGardening 4 years ago

    Inspiring garden or food forest! Really like term since that is what it is. Thanks for another great video Kaye!

  • Patrick Meehan 4 years ago

    The opening is normal with me Kaye.Thats an interesting Tropical Food Forest. It must be hot in Phoenix right now. Great video

  • Andalbanon 4 years ago

    Great video, Kaye!  Impressive to see a place so green in Arizona!(Josh)

  • Sheri Fischer 4 years ago

    Do love the wildness and concepts of Jays gardening methods working and using what you have. My type of garden!!!

  • Chandan Maddanna 4 years ago

    Wow, Jay is such a inspiration and still so "one of us" – as in humble ! really love this episode . Thanks a bunch Kaye !

  • FreidasGarden 4 years ago

    WOW, what an unbelievable garden for AZ. Thanks for the great tour.

  • Red Sky 4 years ago

    Love Jay's garden and his compost mixes are the best!  I was lucky enough to be on the fruit tree tour that Jacq was talking about.  Amazing to see the gardens that people have established here in the hot desert.

  • john oneill 4 years ago

    ooks really good , thank you so much, we gratefully appreciate you , sending blessings from the team at Food forests for ultimate healing & health

  • Harold Wong 4 years ago

    May I also invite him to my little garden when he comes to LA? I've got a Pomelo tree that's has taken over the whole garden so tier 1 is done. Now I need to learn how to plant tier 2 and on. He might find this Pomelo of interest. So sweet, no hint of sour. Yellow skin. Unfortunately, variety unknown. Kaye, you're invited as well.

  • Len Komsa 4 years ago

    Hey Kaye, You really hit the garden jackpot in Phoenix! Love that group down there;)

  • Little Bean's Garden 4 years ago

    That man is a big walking brain! I would love to find someone like him in Pomona! I love that you find such great people and their great gardens!

  • Cyrus Mackie 4 years ago

    Love the tour of the garden. That is one impressive garden and the fruit looks delicious! Thanks for sharing, Kaye.

  • Enrique Gonzalez 4 years ago

    I think there's a Moringa craze. I just got my seeds too and planting them tomorrow!

  • Kaye Kittrell | Late Bloomer Urban Organic Garden Show 4 years ago

    YouTube seems to be starting this video 10 seconds in. I'm so sorry. Opening titles and my introduction of Jay are being missed. Is anyone else having this problem?

  • Mumbai Balcony Gardener | Avid Life Observer 4 years ago

    Just wow, what a food forest , the knowledge , the passion and way of life. Thoroughly enjoyed this vlog, will be watching it again atleast 2 more times.

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