8 Steps To Creating Your Own Private Backyard Paradise!

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Fred has been an avid gardener for over 25+ years–gradually growing and expanding his organic garden, to where it is now, during that time. He has been a general contractor, owning his own contracting business (Detwiler Builders), for over 40+ years.

Now 60 years old, since he adopted a whole-food, plant-based (WFPB) lifestyle in 2012, Fred has lost 60+ pounds of fat, lowered his cholesterol to 129 mg/dL (from the high 200’s) and lowered his blood pressure to 110/70.

He takes absolutely no medications.

He can help you do the same through his practical gardening tips and ideas, his comprehensive ‘how-to’ and DIY project videos, as well as, his helpful advice on how to live a ‘Plant-Smart’ lifestyle!


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  1. Na Ri
    August 10, 2017

    Hello there Fred! how are you? am just curious how big is your land area? you have so many plants in it…

  2. webbsway
    August 10, 2017

    Do you have to deal with deer???

  3. Witcherworks
    August 10, 2017

    Amazing work! You have become my new role model to what I inspire to become. I know you have daughters but uhh, do you need a son lol?

  4. Little Bean's Garden
    August 11, 2017

    Great information and point made. 😊

  5. Kate.
    August 14, 2017

    This the best garden on U tube . I wish I could visit. I'm inspired.

  6. Brumax Brumax
    August 17, 2017

    Wonderful garden……plus a lot of information! What breed is your gorgeous dog? Happy gardening to you!,

  7. Geri Munday
    August 18, 2017

    Nicely done Fred. Thanks!

  8. Jim Claire
    March 15, 2018

    Fred, do you ever grow hibiscus plants that are grafted. We have seen as Nantes as six types grafted on one plant in The Philippines. We have hibiscus plants over 15 feet high in our garden in Texas. About every year the plants get frosted. The Vietnam Rose is very pretty. I think you called the flower portulaca. I first grew them in Corpus Christi. Great beauty and cheap too. I love sun flowers and grew them in The tropical area of The Philippines. Our chard in The Philippines drew a lot of nats. Impressive garden. Thanks for sharing. God bless America.

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