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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Music: from “Turquoise & Crimson” (2006) – by Vast Animation: from “Thought of You” – by Ryan Woodward LYRICS: Do you feel like I do, tired of everything? Can you feel what I can, almost everything? I wanna leave today The sky is big and my life is small I wanna leave with you So we can build a perfect garden The stars are far away – I can see them with my eyes We watch them fade away – Like the moments of our life I want to leave today The sky is big and my life is small I want to leave with you So we can build a desert garden The stars are far away – I can see them with my eyes We watch them fade away – Like the moments of our life Strange how the houses look exactly all the same And you’re just a slave like me, at least I know it’s true I wanna leave today The sky is big and my life is small I wanna leave with you So we can build a desert garden Video Rating: / 5 Back from our trip to Arkanas!!! Everything is doing great on the farm so I take you on a tour and share some news! ↓↓↓ More Links Below! ↓↓↓ ABOUT US: We are Elizabeth & Joe! She’s a Realtor and he is a Medical Equipment Tech and they raise her 12 year old son Riley in southern Arizona, her 10 year old son Konnor lives in Arkansas with his Dad. To us living life to the fullest is of utmost importance! That pertains to always learning, always traveling, exploring everything we can, homeschooling, techie toys, home Science projects and most […]

6 Comments

  • Richard Portelli 11 months ago

    One more thing, Get you some chooks! best pets and soil makers!

  • Richard Portelli 11 months ago

    Be patient, just keep adding whatever organic matter you can to your soil, whether it be woodchips, grass clippings, plant prunings, kitchen scraps, leaves whatever you have or can get for free. Nature will do the rest

  • Richard Portelli 11 months ago

    I would get a load more mulch around those trees especially with them just establishing, get about 4 inches thick and about 3 to 4 feet around if you can.

  • Bruce Fuller 11 months ago

    Hi Elizabeth, I love the citrus, and the new fruit, but you should take the fruit off until the tree is established. Fruit and flowers take a tremendous amount of energy and nutrients from the base plant.

  • Lee Golder 11 months ago

    Yellowing on lemon tree leaves is often an iron deficiency. I also have a lemon tree with 2 lemons, the biggest is 1 inch

  • Kelly Richardson 11 months ago

    Nice Tour, your pepper plants can be dug up and potted so you can store them in a nice warm garage. After last frost date you can prune and plant it back in the ground and it will take off producing again.

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