#HealthBenefits #desertgarden #gardeninthedesert #lemongrass #mint #capsicumfrutescen #DahonngSili #Tanglad #HerbalPlant #MedicinalPlant #Organic #OrganicGarden The benefits of lemongrass/Tanglad:-Maintain healthy cholesterol levels-Strengthen the immune system-Effective control of stomach diseases-Effective in treating fever and obesity- Treatment of harmful toxic waste-Elimination of unpleasant body odor-Relief of pain caused by rheumatism-Benefits of peppermint as an insect repellent:-Help digestion-Treat asthma-Treat common cold-Treat […]

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My favorite fruit tree for desert gardening. This is my favorite fruit tree for use in edible landscapes and edible gardens designed using permaculture in deserts or hot climates! Palo Verde exudes edible flowers and delicious green pea pods that taste like sugar peas and edamame! Make sure to eat only the internal organs, not […]

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This is a trip to the permaculture gardens in the Arizona desert I took in June. I live in District 8. I show off some of my backyard orchard trees and desert-friendly landscapes. I am too late to post. I tried to do it all at once while aiming the camera at myself and the […]

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In this video, I will visit the ten most beautiful midspring flowers in the Rimrock Desert Gardens in Arizona, taken on May 5, 2018. These are mainly drought-tolerant flowers, and once planted, supplementary irrigation is almost unnecessary. (This is a very difficult winter). For more videos of my zone 8 desert oasis, which is also […]

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The famous Longevity City Garden from Tempe, Arizona, is famous for growing more than 200 kinds of fruit trees and food forests in the Southwest Desert. In this episode, you will take a complete tour of the Metz City Food Forest in Phoenix, Arizona. You will find the best fruit trees that should be grown […]

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Buy Brad Landcaster’s rainwater collection book here: Buy Brad Lnadcaster’s rainwater collection earthwork here: I came to my new house and designed a landscape for collecting rainwater. I read Volume 1 and Volume 2 of Brad Landcasters’ book on rainwater harvesting and decided to use the same principles to design my own landscape. In Yuma, […]

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