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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5] On Kaye’s return trip to Phoenix garden-hopping, second stop is The Urban Farm and an Interview with fruit tree grower Greg Peterson. Please subscribe! Your donation of any amount makes this channel possible. Music courtesy of Epidemic Sound, composers Anders Ekengren and Bo Järpehag. With Karine from @veganblondes 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. Kaye’s Vlog covers tourism, travel, adventure, people, gardens. Whatever Kaye finds of interest, hopefully you will, too! Please share with friends and help this channel grow. Comments welcome. Thanks for all your support! – Kaye Join me on your favorite social media sites: Tweets by LateBloomerShow Website: Google+: Video Rating: / 5 432 Hz Music – Piano & Flute Video Rating: / 5


  • Mumbai Balcony Gardener | Avid Life Observer 3 years ago

    Just loving your Phoenix Vlogs Kaye. There is something special about these Phoenix gardeners / farmers that is so inspiring . One cudnt imagine desert landscapes would be show casing some of the best gardens on YT. Pomegranate is an awesome gift of the tropics to us , we love it here , some of them are light pink within and some are dark red and some even white. The dark ones stain the finger nails and clothes easily.

  • Deborah Christmas 3 years ago

    That was nice! I should do something like this in Newark, NJ where I live. It seems everywhere you go, people are starving for open space, learning how to grow their own and ways to de-stress. There should this kind of urban farm project all across the land.

  • Rohinton Irani 3 years ago

    Great vlog with loads of info. Chickens are helpful as well as dangerous. They eat ur plants 2. They adore pepper plants they will eat the whole plant except the stem. they will strip them to the core. I love to grow pomegranates but out here in my city the fruit is as big as a marble. Dont know why.

  • virtualguitarist 3 years ago

    That was a good interview! Nice farm there Greg! Our first snow already melted but im already planning my garden for this spring. You ever get out to North West Wisconsin Kaye you are more than welcome to check out my micro garden. Even with all my containers, i still have room on the patio for 2 people to sit and drink coffee. 🙂 Thanks again for the heads up on this video!

  • charlie zicolillo 3 years ago

    I put this video on Facebook.

  • charlie zicolillo 3 years ago

    Hi Kaye Iam naming THE FIGHTINGTOMATO FARM.Part of Floyd Bennett Field is a MarineBase.

  • I would love to grow more but certain veggies are such attractors of green worms on broccoli, snails and slugs are my battle now on romaine and even my artichokes.. I am 100% organic and have been hand picking them off. Any other suggestions? Love your videos.

  • April Weingarth Chabot 3 years ago

    Kay you're adorable and I love that when you interview people you actually have conversations and not just q&a like some. Stop calling it a garden!! Microfarm all the way. 😉

  • Sheri Fischer 3 years ago

    Great video! Enjoyed the enthusiasm of this urban gardening community!

  • Patrick Meehan 3 years ago

    Creg is an interesting chap. I'm not sure I agree with his definition of an urban farm. A nice interview. Pomegranate juice is one of the super drinks and is refreshing too.

  • Emma Human 3 years ago

    Kaye I can't believe you where on gilmore girls!

  • drew4021 3 years ago

    Wonderful stuff Kaye! If you are ever in BC you need to visit Curtis Stone the Urban Farmer. Take a look at his channel:

  • Florida Gardener 75 3 years ago

    We are in Florida and we tried using wood chips our first year, but all it did was attract all sorts of bugs. Maybe it is due to all the pine trees and palmetto plants. We have empty lots on the side and behind our property.

  • Phoenix Dates 3 years ago

    want to film some date palm foraging ?

  • Greg..have a couple venues ripe for you to maybe make a larger impact (of course u already have)…will email you…nice video !

  • Portia Holliday 3 years ago

    I must say I enjoyed your Barefoot Farmer interview:)

  • VOTE4TAJ 3 years ago

    Glad you met Greg, I have been receiving his newsletter for a year.

  • Jose Grows 3 years ago

    LOVE IT!

  • Garage and Garden 3 years ago

    Greg is a really great guy.

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