20 thoughts on “BEST FRUIT TREES & EDIBLES to Plant in a DESERT GARDEN | FULL LIST!

    Yvonne Chappell

    (July 1, 2019 - 5:39 pm)

    Does your apple tree produce apples? We live in the desert of the west Texas area and the apple trees grow but no apples.

    ahmad siraj

    (July 1, 2019 - 5:39 pm)

    Will you please subtitle all fruiting plants please

    nurul hidayati

    (July 1, 2019 - 5:39 pm)

    Wow, hat off, smart boy

    da ne

    (July 1, 2019 - 5:39 pm)

    Rockin the pears this fall awesome ! Nelson Canada

    Nico Granados-Penza

    (July 1, 2019 - 5:39 pm)

    Wow

    ParadymShift

    (July 1, 2019 - 5:39 pm)

    Ironwood, Palo Verde, Desert Willow, Mesquite, Jojoba, Chuparosa, Saguaro, Wolf Berry, Date Palm, Texas Olive/Mountain Olive, Olive Tree, Female Carob Tree, meyer lemon tree, lisbon lemon tree, honey tangerine tree, bootwall lemon tree, cumquat tree, AZ sweet orange tree, grapefruit tree, bears lime tree, pomelo tree, katy apricot tree, white pakistan mulberry tree, florida prince peach tree, snow queen nectarine tree, ariana pomegranate tree, tropic snow white peach tree, MORINGA TREE, jujube chinese date tree, fig tree, passionfruit vine, hansey flowers, dorsett golden apple tree, lemon basil bush, pansy flowers, mexican oregano, rosemary, mint, pineapple guava, sweet basil, double delight nectarine tree, panamint nectarine tree, santa rosa plum tree, pear tree, purple pakistan mulberry tree, green fig tree, grapevines, fruit cocktail tree (3 in 1 plum, nectarine, peach), loquat tree, dragon fruit cactus, swiss chard, eggplant, artichoke, sequoia strawberries, white strawberries, eva's pride peach tree, orange tree, rosebush, dragon eye longan tree, barbados cherry tree, banana palms, finger limes, pecan tree, mulberry, all in 1 almonds, everbearing mulberry, aloe vera, prickly pear, hong kong orchid, brazilian red peppercorn, elephants food, lantana, hibiscus, and thai basil.

    Rose Rose

    (July 1, 2019 - 5:39 pm)

    What a great edible garden

    RestAwhile Y'all

    (July 1, 2019 - 5:39 pm)

    I enjoyed this informative video, thanks.

    imagicination

    (July 1, 2019 - 5:39 pm)

    Looks like a wonderful future to come <3

    SG Vegan

    (July 1, 2019 - 5:39 pm)

    thanks!!!

    Dec

    (July 1, 2019 - 5:39 pm)

    what was the rude hand gesture at the start of the vid for lol

    Jason Linkinhoker

    (July 1, 2019 - 5:39 pm)

    cute video

    Kizarat

    (July 1, 2019 - 5:39 pm)

    All the more reason i want to move down to the subtropical desert climate.

    Russell Booth

    (July 1, 2019 - 5:39 pm)

    I've read that the citrus trees do well in a semi arid climate such as in California & Arizona !!!!

    In Australia, citrus tree plantations are grown in a similar climate to what they are in the U.S.,for example,in New South Wales they are grown in the Murray-Darling basin,the Riverina region & the Barossa valley in South Australia,in South Australia, the climate is Mediterranean !!!!

    In New South Wales that area has a drier climate but the Murray river provides a lot of water for irrigation !!!!

    It seems to be the fact that in my area, the climate is more humid subtropical & citrus fruit isn't grown commercially here,rather inland particularly, wine grapes are grown & on the coast where I am stone fruit such as nectarines, peaches,etc are grown along side watermelon,rockmelon (cantaloupe),corn,etc.

    Some people have a smaller avocado farm so they grow here as well !!!!

    I'm the first person who is going to plant mango trees as a hobby,not for commercial production as I think that they will grow in my area !!!!

    So,many of the plants mentioned in this video should grow in the Phoenix area in Arizona providing that plenty of water is supplied !!!!

    Munk Man

    (July 1, 2019 - 5:39 pm)

    Thank you Kourosh, 👏

    Lee Chickering

    (July 1, 2019 - 5:39 pm)

    That’s insanely cool. And that yard barely looked planted! They could probably add hundreds of other plants easily, but I guess you gotta limit yourself at some point.

    Vocho's Granja

    (July 1, 2019 - 5:39 pm)

    Great Video, Thank.s

    ZiGa:S

    (July 1, 2019 - 5:39 pm)

    Incredible, so many varieties.
    One day I will also have a big land with many plant varieties (of course edible or spices). And maybe even a big greenhouse for tropical plants 🙂
    And thank you for demonstration Kourosh.

    faithlilis

    (July 1, 2019 - 5:39 pm)

    lil boy open your youtube to giv other kids ideas and inspirationals to learn bouning. your amazing. thanks for sharing

    faithlilis

    (July 1, 2019 - 5:39 pm)

    lil boy open your youtube to giv other kids ideas and inspirationals to learn bout gardening. your amazing. thanks for sharing

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