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Growing Kale From Seed In Arizona – Arizona Organic Gardening

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In this video I will show you how I grow kale from seed in Arizona along with a few tips and some of the challenges I had to deal with in the beginning while trying to grow it :) I hope yo...

How we do it: Growing cacti from seed

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How to sow cacti and raise them. Here we show how we do it

Growing In The Desert Plant Update

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Growing Avocado Trees In Arizona

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Growing Avocado Trees In Arizona Here's the video of me PLANTING the Avocado Trees: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V2f_3zSjZCY Here's a video of the 1 YEAR UPDATE: https://www.youtube.c...

How to Space Your Plants When Growing in a Raised Bed Garden

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John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares with you everything you wanted to know about plant spacing when growing in a raised bed garden. He will also share with you how he feeds h...

First time growing corn in Az desert garden, Progress Update!

Added by 3 years ago

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Our corn adventure is only BEGINNING! I plan to do more and more every time as I sharpen my skills! Blog: http://littlefarmbigdreams.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LittleFarmBi... ...

Growing fruit trees with graywater… in the desert!

Added by 3 years ago

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Here is a quick overview of our small fruit tree cluster (close proximity planting) that we're growing in the Arizona desert with primarily graywater and very infrequent rains. In the video...

Growing Aloe Vera, Fruit Trees, Grapes and Vegetables in the Nevada Desert

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John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com visits Ronnie and Minh to see what they are growing in the Mesquite, Nevada. Learn more about the benefits of Aloe Vera as well as what fruit tree...

Growing Pineapple Marijuana Plants in Arizona Day 10

Added by 3 years ago

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We are back!! We had a few gardening mishaps, but now we are back with what looks like what will be one of our best crops ever. This is four plants under four 1000w lights. They are on a ...

Growing a Fig Tree Forest in an Arizona Garden – My Gardening Secrets – LIVE VIDEO!

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Creating a Fig Tree Forest in an Arizona Garden - My Gardening Secrets - LIVE VIDEO! This is a LIVE Gardening video from my home in Arizona showing one of the delicious Fig Trees I'm growin...

Growing California video series: Drought Landscaping

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Many California residents are on a quest to landscape with more drought-resistant plant alternatives to the traditional thirsty grass lawn. Video Rating: / 5 Th...

Las Vegas Desert Vegetable Garden after the First Growing Season

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John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares with you what he learned from growing a vegetable garden in Las Vegas. In this episode, you will see what is growing in the Raised Bed Gar...

Growing Caper Plants in my Arizona Garden – Capers!

Added by 3 years ago

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Growing Caper Plants in my Arizona Garden - Capers! Join My Facebook GARDENING GROUP Here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ArizonaGarden/ Join the Facebook CAPER GROUP Here: https://www....

Growing California video series: Drought Landscaping

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Many California residents are on a quest to landscape with more drought-resistant plant alternatives to the traditional thirsty grass lawn. Video Rating: / 5

Growing Tomatoes and Peppers in Arizona – When NOT to Water Wilting Plants – Organic Gardening Tips

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Growing Tomatoes and Peppers in Arizona - When NOT to Water Wilting Plants - Organic Gardening Tips This is a quick video to show you how, although watered, my tomato and pepper plants do wi...