Added by on 2016-03-10

[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote A short documentary on Urban Gardening in the Valley of the Sun. How does one garden in the desert? What drives people to undertake such a challenge? Find out in this 15 minute video. Video Rating: / 5 Gardening in Southwest climates is vastly different from other regions in the U.S. Dr. Jacqueline Soule, a botanist and gardening writer for Angie’s List Magazine, gives tips on picking plants that can withstand the heat and lack of water in the Phoenix and Tucson areas. Written and produced by Twinkle VanWinkle Video Rating: / 5

8 Comments

  • sfreedom2007 4 years ago

    Is there a grassroots organization here that will assist people that want to start gardens? 

  • Gigglebyte Aquaponics and Backyard Farming 4 years ago

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  • Ra Timm 4 years ago

    This was a very insightful video. However, it doesn't tell you how to grow a garden in the desert, which is more of what I'm looking for. Instead, it tells of the benefits, which are many. Anyway, looking for good instructional videos specifically for the desert. Any suggestions? Books?

  • Shane Kula 4 years ago

    Thank you! In a way, it really does grow on trees, or at least in the soil. 🙂

  • Shane Kula 4 years ago

    No problem! Thank you for working with me on this project. It was a lot of fun!

  • MathIsGreatFun 4 years ago

    Nice job, Shane! Thanks for allowing me to be a part of this.

  • Matthew Glosser 4 years ago

    See… Money DOES grow on trees… Indirectly anyway … I'll be sure to share this

  • Dawn Griffin 4 years ago

    I am from New Mexico and I am really looking into gardening here. I am originally from Ohio, so I am definitely used to the greenery and colorful flowers, but I do look forward to utilizing plants and flowers that are native to New Mexico. I was thinking of doing some potted flowers to add color outside so as not to try to fill up my whole front yard with flowers. I'm excited! Thanks for the info!!

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