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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5] Kaye’s gets a tour of Jake the Vegan Athlete’s Longevity Gardens edible food forest and Jake shows Kaye a Kung-Fu move. https://www.youtube.com/VeganAthlete – Please subscribe! http://www.latebloomershow.com/ “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.” http://www.latebloomershow.com/donate Subscribe at http://www.latebloomershow.com/ 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 Join me on your favorite social media sites: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LateBloomerShow Instagram: @latebloomershow Twitter: @latebloomershow Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/latebloomershow/ Website: http://www.latebloomershow.com/ Google+: google.com/+Latebloomershow Video Rating: / 5

19 Comments

  • Cecilia Watt 3 years ago

    How could anyone use the thumbs down button on Jakes vlog. This is a wholesome, helpful, educational and fun vlog.

  • 2coryman 3 years ago

    Jake, Your garden is an awesome oasis, for sure and a perfect example of what one can do with the resources that are available now, but Jake, how would your garden survive in the Arizona dessert or supply you with food in a infrastructure and social breakdown scenario ?

  • 2coryman 3 years ago

    nice interview

  • shashakeeleh 3 years ago

    Heck of a throw there, Late Bloomer! Way to go! I love Jake's garden. I have visions of such in W. TX. Probably not as nice, but something like it.

  • Shaun Willis 3 years ago

    We need Jake Mace on HGTV!

  • Radha Vaidyanathan 3 years ago

    I love your philosophy of life. I came to this country from India in 1974 and have never had to substitute my vegetarian way of life with meat. It is possible to have a healthy life style with vegetables only and if we can grow organically, all the better! I love watching your videos. There is always something new I learn from them

  • Zookeepa308 421 3 years ago

    qi gong, tai chi and kung fu

  • Zookeepa308 421 3 years ago

    jake mace is also the vegan athlete utube check him out he rules

  • Tom Jones 3 years ago

    This guy has an amazing desert yard! Great interview.

  • Sharon Carson 3 years ago

    really love this fellows message! people ask me all the time what I do about bugs. I say
    " I embrace them " I can't afford wood chips but am working on getting my horses to mow my grass and eat the weeds .When I was in Ireland at the Irish Seed Savers they also had many small greenhouse spaces for saving seed as it rained too often for the seed to dry. Great video guys

  • Matt W 3 years ago

    one of your best vlogs for sure! loved this :)

  • Roy&Shashi Brock 3 years ago

    Farmers can save seeds and use them for next year but Monsanto's seed they cannot save. They have to buy from them each year.

  • Roy&Shashi Brock 3 years ago

    Neem flowers are edible. In India my mom would dry them and use in soups (rasam). Also fresh flower with stems are dipped in cooked tapioca and dried in sun, and when fully dried, deep fry to make snacks.

  • Monkey kim 3 years ago

    Next video with John cohler! from grow your own greens!

  • Gardening With Puppies 3 years ago

    Great vid, my friend.

  • FreidasGarden 3 years ago

    All I can say about this young man and his garden is; WOW WOW WOW

  • Mark W 3 years ago

    thanks for this video, i learned some things.

  • Brittny Rimel 3 years ago

    Ok I live in a similar climate and no on really talks about how much you SPEND on finding WOOD chips were theres no trees! lol

  • Mindmaid1 3 years ago

    Praxxus55712, (Ray Browning), says to feed the birds,rabbits,squirrels,etc, away from your garden so that they will leave your garden alone.

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