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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Today I’m working on planting seeds in tire beds where I lost plants from when we were gone on our last trip! These are monsoon crops! ↓↓↓ More Links Below! ↓↓↓ ↓↓↓ CHECK US OUT IN OTHER PLACES ↓↓↓ Facebook: Pinterest: Instagram: elizabethhuskeyrealtor *********************************** OUR TOYS TO FILM & PHOTOGRAPH WITH: DJI Drone Phantom 3 DJI Osmo camera LG V10 cell phone Nikon Tripod Canon PowerShot ELPH 340 HS 16MP Digital Camera EXTRA LARGE Flexipod by Camopod, portable flexible tripod Canon on Amazon: Flexipod tripod on Amazon: WHAT/WHO IS “LITTLEFARMBIGDREAMS”: I am Elizabeth; a mom, realtor, avid gardener, always eager traveler and photographer…by nature! My boys are Riley who is 12 and Konnor is 11! Our story is this…I’m originally from Arkansas, relocated to Az when I was 15, a young Mom at just 19 plus add some stumbling blocks in life and at 25 I was 100 lbs overweight and feeling pretty hopeless! I began a journey of self discovery then to BECOME a new happier me. I had the Lapband Surgery in 2010 and over 5 years lost 75 lbs and gained many new physical hobbies (running, hiking, tennis, cycling, etc) and fell in love with MYSELF! I have then spent the last 2 years studying spirituality and what that means to me and with the addition of yoga and more veggies have lost another 10 lbs, to a total of 85 lbs over the last 7 years. Constant, gradual, realistic improvements to myself has always been my goal! During all of that, I became a Realtor and in 2015 we bought an 8 acre farm in southern Arizona where I began gardening for the 1st time and then studying permaculture! I […]


  • The Passionate Gardener 1 year ago

    Great video!!! oh I was going to ask you if you can lizard sit my bearded dragon his name is Cooper!…LOL!!!!;)

  • AZ Farms 1 year ago

    I totally agree when you put your hands in the dirt you become connected with the earth! LOl you're jumping around like it's a Gila Monster!

  • Sarah Cavanaugh 1 year ago

    Hahahahaha…..Love the Lizard part

  • chrisdcurby 1 year ago

    You have inspired me to plant something. Once I move to AZ, I will plant something that is edible.

  • gravelman5789 1 year ago

    Goos Job!!
    im 9 miles west!!!
    good rain this year!!!
    Good Luck!!

  • Anthony Ivan Aglugub Jr. 1 year ago

    Don't Sacrament Confession on Donald J. Trump Divine Mercy. You will get the Worse Evil No Professional Police Elephant Penance for just that Vegetable Crisis.

  • Nate Doe 1 year ago

    Inspiring! I'm a vegan as well. Had some worries about growing a garden in El Paso but you set me straight! Thanks for the information! 🙂

  • Danica Rodriguez 1 year ago

    Do you have a video to "reanimate" your raised beds? I have one that is dry and not sure if all those microbes are dead. Should I re do the whole thing or just lay a layer of fresh stuff on top then mix?

  • jose Munoz 1 year ago

    I usually do 4 seeds per plant i wanna keep. One for the mouse, one for the crow, one rot and one to grow

  • Nana 1 year ago

    You my dear are one of a kind. I love the way you talk about your seeds. My grandma used to winter her carrots she'd pull them as she used them. Often she would have them last until she replanted the next year.

  • Jumpoff A 1 year ago

    Hey Jake, I just got my Seed Bank Box today. What a surprise. A few of them will go into my garden tomorrow for my winter harvest.

  • Melissa Johnson 1 year ago

    I think he must have said Seed Bank Box about 100 times lol

  • Raynola Dominguez 1 year ago

    Sorry, but sometimes I have to watch your videos more than once; I find your body to be so distracting. (I know; I'm a dirty old woman, but I'm old not dead.) But I would really like thank you for sharing all of your knowledge and expertise.

  • Poojitha Lakshman 1 year ago

    How do you get the seeds? You harvest and save the seeds and in some cases let them flower and become seeds?

  • Stacey Barnes 1 year ago

    I love your garden

  • gardencraver Calvin field 1 year ago

    I've always wanted the seed bank box but I'm just a kid and I've asked my parents but they say they can't afford it I tend to save seeds from what I'm eating and plant them and it works out great

  • gardencraver Calvin field 1 year ago

    Jake 2nd time watching this video very useful you're awesome Jake

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  • Hosoi Archives 1 year ago

    Raised beds dehydrate. They don't occur in nature. There isn't any use for them using Back to Eden, Paul does not do raised beds.

  • Hosoi Archives 1 year ago

    Lol I live in Seattle and have the same problem

  • Kari Dickinson 1 year ago

    Use my seed bank box to share seeds with friends.

  • Kerri Hatz 1 year ago

    Planted my melons and cucumbers and they are sprouting!! Yes It was 119-126 here along the river for a couple of weeks in June and July so my garden fried. Glad to hear you struggle with this also….love your seed bank boxes, been receiving them since February.

  • Edi Anuubis Albert 1 year ago

    Do you have any "TreeBankBox" ?

  • harka chhetri 1 year ago

    Who ever says boreing I would kick their head off

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