Tara of She’s Rooted Home welcomes Charles Maliki of IV Organics for a desert garden tour, with special guests from her homestead animals. Hello friend! I’m so glad your here! I’m Tara mother of 3, homestead enthusiast, plant lover, and crochet addict. Join me and my family as we root ourselves in a simpler way […]

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The power of gardening in our lives is one of the most important activities we can do for our health. Combine the garden with friends that stop by and the combination is indescribable but we try in this video. Rob, Joanne and Leanne came to visit us from Reno because they saw our garden grow […]

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The temperatures are heating up here in Mesa Arizona and the real challenge is starting. Combating the dry heat,monsoon season, leaf miners(and I did pick up the leaves and toss them in the trash with the leaf miners on them), tomato horned worms and wild birds in the garden. With that being said the garden […]

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Sand Dunes tend to have a list of plant species all their own, much different from the surrounding landscape. In North central Nevada we see quite an exquisite example of this in the narrow endemic plant species, #Psorothamnus kingii, known only from this region. We discuss the difference between #Paleoendemics and #Neoendemics, while cursing loudly […]

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No space for all the tomato seedlings – so we planted 24 in our straw bale garden. Now the rest of the story: tomatoes in our raised beds! Organic food from our garden is an important part of our diet, and a way to make delicious food more affordable. So, tending our mature asparagus bed […]

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Jim Mast has been a Coconino County Master Gardener since 1991. He has been teaching the growing vegetables at elevation curriculum since 1992 in Flagstaff. He also teaches this subject for the new online Master Gardener class for high elevation gardening in Apache, Coconino, Navajo, and Gila counties. Video Rating: / 5

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Best offers for your Garden – https://amzn.to/2InnD0w ————— What Food Plants Grow in the High Desert. There are a few factors to take into consideration when deciding which food crops can be grown in the high desert. While each region can have drastically different minimum temperatures, there are a few guidelines to observe that will […]

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We sit down and explain our secrets of having a successful garden in the high desert. We have prepared our course “12 Weeks to Heartiness”. This has been a labor of love and is now in a format that you can use where you are. This goes way beyond the entertainment that we put on […]

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