Summer Desert Garden Tour May 16, 2020 Okay, everyone here is updated for your guys. Many things are growing now, and my shade cloth is right. We are very happy to be an affiliate of Mighty Crop. Use the promo code “TeamBenson” to enjoy a 10% discount. If you want to help support the Benson […]

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From here, start a quick garden tour in the high deserts of central Oregon. This may be one of the last garden trips I can do! The season is almost over! :(If you want to watch a video of the past earlier this year, please let me know. I’m happy to share! Gardening in the […]

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“Three Sisters” is an ancient planting method that can be mutually beneficial and save space! Plant 3 kinds of crops! You plant corn, and then once it grows to about 12-18 inches tall, you plant beans at the bottom of the corn, and it will grow corn. Then you plant squash between rows of corn. […]

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John from shares with you 10 reasons why he successfully gardened in the dry desert heat of 117 degrees, while others did not. This episode will be valuable whether you live in the desert or not, because these tips apply to every gardener no matter where you live. After watching this episode, you will know […]

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Returning from Arkansas on the road for 1 week, to pick up my young son, now we are all home, on the farm! I went back to some good things, good things and some bad things. I have watched them all in this video, please forgive the length, because this is a complete garden update […]

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This is the cocoa tree I ordered on Amazon: Chocolate Garden Flower Pack: Blog: Facebook: Email: LittleFarmBigDreams@gmail.com Pinterest: Twitter:. source

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First of all, we would like to say thank you to the uniformed men and women of the United States who lost or risked their lives in order to protect the sovereignty and freedom of our country. With the highest respect and gratitude-thank you! ! ! In today’s Vlog, we take you to spend Veterans […]

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Our corn adventure has just begun! I plan to do more every time because I improve my skills! Blog: Facebook: Email: LittleFarmBigDreams@gmail.com Pinterest: Twitter:. source

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A lot of things happen here, and they happen every week! Sorry for the runny nose. If I can edit it all, I will, but I have done too much! =(Damn allergies to dirt and our wind! Blog: Facebook: Email: LittleFarmBigDreams@gmail.com Pinterest: Twitter:. source

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Kim Todd, an expert on landscape gardening in Nebraska, showed us some great succulents. . source

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Dream Street opened in 2015. We stopped to talk with one of the gardeners to see how they built fountains and rain basins and integrated them into the landscape. . source

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Oh my goodness, I’m one day late, can you believe it! Busy at work recently! Sorry for the sniffles in the video, I ran out of anti-allergic drugs two days ago! =(Blog: Facebook: Email: LittleFarmBigDreams@gmail.com Pinterest: Twitter:. source

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I hope this is a good idea for my desert garden. Sometimes you just have to seize the opportunity… Good luck. These row covers are easy to install. This is the book I use to research and find things in my medicinal garden. Herbal Antiviral Drugs-Herbal Antibiotics-Herbs-These are the products I use from Amazon Mineral […]

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The front yard desert summer garden has some interesting new developments, so I thought I would make an update video! Come take a look! Blog: Facebook: Email: LittleFarmBigDreams@gmail.com Pinterest: Twitter: Instagram: LizHuskeyAgent. source

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The tranquility of the California desert” is really helpful, especially for our veterinarians with post-traumatic stress syndrome [PTSD] And are looking for ways to deal with the trauma of war,” said Steve Dunwoody, an Iraqi veteran and director of the Vet Voice Foundation in California. “We care about protecting these areas of the desert as […]

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