Looking at Landscape Trends

Looking at Landscape Trends

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Albizia julibrissin Mimosa, Silk Tree Medium-sized tree

Albizia julibrissin Mimosa, Silk Tree Medium-sized tree

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Ceratonia siliqua Carob, St. John’s Bread Large-sized tree

Ceratonia siliqua Carob, St. John’s Bread Large-sized tree

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Agave vilmoriniana, Octopus Agave

Agave vilmoriniana, Octopus Agave

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Acacia cultriformis - Knifeleaf Acacia Small to medium-sized tree

Acacia cultriformis - Knifeleaf Acacia Small to medium-sized tree

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Ficus Carica or Common Fig, Edible Fig Medium-sized tree

Ficus Carica or Common Fig, Edible Fig Medium-sized tree

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Bulbine frutescens - Shrubby Bulbine Groundcover

Bulbine frutescens - Shrubby Bulbine Groundcover

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Cordia boissieri - Texas Olive Medium-sized tree

Cordia boissieri - Texas Olive Medium-sized tree

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Grevillea robusta - Silk Oak Tree Large-sized tree

Grevillea robusta - Silk Oak Tree Large-sized tree

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Dalea capitata - Lemon Dalea

Dalea capitata - Lemon Dalea

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Cupressus arizonica - Arizona Cypress Large-sized tree

Cupressus arizonica - Arizona Cypress Large-sized tree

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Euphorbia milii,  Crown of thorns

Euphorbia milii, Crown of thorns

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Phoenix canariensis - Canary Island Date Palm

Phoenix canariensis - Canary Island Date Palm

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Celtis ehrenbergiana: Desert Hackberry Small tree

Celtis ehrenbergiana: Desert Hackberry Small tree

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Stipa tenuissima - Mexican Feather Grass Ornamental grass

Stipa tenuissima - Mexican Feather Grass Ornamental grass

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Fouquieria splendens - Ocotillo

Fouquieria splendens - Ocotillo

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Update

Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Update

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Prunus persica ‘Bonanza’ Dwarf Bonanza Peach Small-sized tree

Prunus persica ‘Bonanza’ Dwarf Bonanza Peach Small-sized tree

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Cascabela thevetia Yellow Oleander, Lucky Nut

Cascabela thevetia Yellow Oleander, Lucky Nut

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Jacaranda mimosifolia Jacaranda Large-sized tree

Jacaranda mimosifolia Jacaranda Large-sized tree

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Announcing 2019 Excellence in Landscaping Awards from ALCA

Announcing 2019 Excellence in Landscaping Awards from ALCA

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Ulmus parvifolia - Chinese Elm Large-sized tree

Ulmus parvifolia - Chinese Elm Large-sized tree

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Agapanthus africanus African Lily, Lily of the Nile Small-sized shrub

Agapanthus africanus African Lily, Lily of the Nile Small-sized shrub

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Russelia equisetiformis, Coral fountain, medium-sized, perennial shrub

Russelia equisetiformis, Coral fountain, medium-sized, perennial shrub

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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*Lantana camara, Bush lantana, small-sized shrub

*Lantana camara, Bush lantana, small-sized shrub

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Caesalpinia pulcherrima, Red bird of Paradise

Caesalpinia pulcherrima, Red bird of Paradise

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Delosperma cooperi

Delosperma cooperi

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Celtis ehrenbergiana

Celtis ehrenbergiana

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Agave ‘Blue Glow’

Agave ‘Blue Glow’

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Firecracker Penstemon

Firecracker Penstemon

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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What a Water Feature Can Do for Your Yard

What a Water Feature Can Do for Your Yard

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Don't Miss These Books!

Don't Miss These Books! "The Art of Southwest Landscaping" and "Design Build & Bloom" By Dawn Fried, Vice President at Horticulture Unlimited

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Announcing ACLA Awards for 2018!

Announcing ACLA Awards for 2018!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Protecting Desert Plants in Below-Freezing Temperatures

Protecting Desert Plants in Below-Freezing Temperatures

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Evergreen Trees That Thrive in Arizona

Evergreen Trees That Thrive in Arizona

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Could You Have an Aphid Infestation?

Could You Have an Aphid Infestation?

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Principles of Landscape Design

Principles of Landscape Design

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Symptoms of a Faulty Irrigation System

Symptoms of a Faulty Irrigation System

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Stetsonia coryne is the Plant of the Month!

Stetsonia coryne is the Plant of the Month!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Agave americana is the Plant of the Month!

Agave americana is the Plant of the Month!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Types of Ground Covers to Consider for Your Landscape

Types of Ground Covers to Consider for Your Landscape

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Selling Your Home? Call the Landscaper First!

Selling Your Home? Call the Landscaper First!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Yucca Aloifolia is the Plant of the Month!

Yucca Aloifolia is the Plant of the Month!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Using Your Landscape to Prevent Erosion

Using Your Landscape to Prevent Erosion

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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How to Trim Herbs and Edible Flowers

How to Trim Herbs and Edible Flowers

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Agave Blue Glow is the Plant of the Month!

Agave Blue Glow is the Plant of the Month!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Tips for Reducing Water Use in Your Backyard

Tips for Reducing Water Use in Your Backyard

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Why Irrigation Installation Shouldn’t Be a DIY Job

Why Irrigation Installation Shouldn’t Be a DIY Job

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Jacaranda is the Plant of the Month!

Jacaranda is the Plant of the Month!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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What Are the Best Trees to Plant in Tucson?

What Are the Best Trees to Plant in Tucson?

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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How to Save Your Plants from the Arizona Heat

How to Save Your Plants from the Arizona Heat

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Desert Willow is the Plant of the Month!

Desert Willow is the Plant of the Month!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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What Landscape Maintenance Can Do for Your Property

What Landscape Maintenance Can Do for Your Property

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Preparing Trees for Monsoon Season

Preparing Trees for Monsoon Season

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Dawn Fried featured in AZ Daily Star!

Dawn Fried featured in AZ Daily Star!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Salvia clevelandii is the Plant of the Month!

Salvia clevelandii is the Plant of the Month!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Insects that May Plague Your Tucson Yard

Insects that May Plague Your Tucson Yard

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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How to Maintain a Low-Water Landscape

How to Maintain a Low-Water Landscape

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Dermatophyllum secundiflora is the Plant of the Month!

Dermatophyllum secundiflora is the Plant of the Month!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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How to Keep Weeds Out of Your Yard

How to Keep Weeds Out of Your Yard

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Why Tree Trimming Is Best Left to the Pros

Why Tree Trimming Is Best Left to the Pros

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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The Fairy Duster is the Plant of the Month!

The Fairy Duster is the Plant of the Month!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Acacia Pendula is the Plant of the Month!

Acacia Pendula is the Plant of the Month!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Euphorbia resinifera is the Plant of the Month!

Euphorbia resinifera is the Plant of the Month!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Ebenopsis ebano is the Plant of the Month!

Ebenopsis ebano is the Plant of the Month!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Horticulture Unlimited Receives 2017 Excellence in Landscaping Awards from ALCA!

Horticulture Unlimited Receives 2017 Excellence in Landscaping Awards from ALCA!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Euphorbia tirucalli is the Plant of the Month!

Euphorbia tirucalli is the Plant of the Month!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Hamelia patens is the Plant of the Month!

Hamelia patens is the Plant of the Month!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Ruellia tweediana is the Plant of the Month!

Ruellia tweediana is the Plant of the Month!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Sky flower is the Plant of the Month!

Sky flower is the Plant of the Month!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Cordia Parvifolia is the Plant of the Month!

Cordia Parvifolia is the Plant of the Month!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Bougainvillea is the Plant of the Month!

Bougainvillea is the Plant of the Month!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Wildflowers are the April Plant of the Month!

Wildflowers are the April Plant of the Month!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Euphorbia rigida is the February Plant of the Month!

Euphorbia rigida is the February Plant of the Month!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Pyracantha coccinea is the December Plant of the Month!

Pyracantha coccinea is the December Plant of the Month!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Annuals and Perennial Flower Color

Annuals and Perennial Flower Color

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Horticulture Unlimited Receives 2016 Excellence in Landscaping Awards from ALCA!

Horticulture Unlimited Receives 2016 Excellence in Landscaping Awards from ALCA!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Salvia leucantha is the November Plant of the Month!

Salvia leucantha is the November Plant of the Month!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Fertilization of Plants

Fertilization of Plants

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Euphorbia resinifera is the August Plant of the Month!

Euphorbia resinifera is the August Plant of the Month!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Rainwater Harvesting, a Green Alternative to Watering Plants

Rainwater Harvesting, a Green Alternative to Watering Plants

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Hamelia patens is the July Plant of the Month!

Hamelia patens is the July Plant of the Month!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Plumbago is the June Plant of the Month!

Plumbago is the June Plant of the Month!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Gold Star is the May Plant of the Month!

Gold Star is the May Plant of the Month!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Check Out These Books!

Check Out These Books!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Tucson Lifestyle Magazine featured Horticulture Unlimited!

Tucson Lifestyle Magazine featured Horticulture Unlimited!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Bottle Brush is the April Plant of the Month!

Bottle Brush is the April Plant of the Month!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Growing citrus

Growing citrus

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Gopher plant is the March Plant of the Month!

Gopher plant is the March Plant of the Month!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Texas Root Rot

Texas Root Rot

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Mistletoe removal from trees

Mistletoe removal from trees

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Cape Aloe is the February Plant of the Month!

Cape Aloe is the February Plant of the Month!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Pruning rose

Pruning rose

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Blue Glow Agave is the January Plant of the Month!

Blue Glow Agave is the January Plant of the Month!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Frost Damage on Landscape Plants

Frost Damage on Landscape Plants

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Blue Yucca is the December Plant of the Month!

Blue Yucca is the December Plant of the Month!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Horticulture Unlimited Receives 2015 Excellence in Landscaping Awards from ALCA!

Horticulture Unlimited Receives 2015 Excellence in Landscaping Awards from ALCA!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Chinese Pistache is the November Plant of the Month!

Chinese Pistache is the November Plant of the Month!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Preparing and Planting a Vegetable Garden

Preparing and Planting a Vegetable Garden

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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October's Plant of the Month is Pampas grass!

October's Plant of the Month is Pampas grass!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Staking New Trees in the Landscape

Staking New Trees in the Landscape

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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September's Plant of the Month is Duranta erecta

September's Plant of the Month is Duranta erecta

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Rainwater Harvesting, a Green Alternative to Watering Plants

Rainwater Harvesting, a Green Alternative to Watering Plants

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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August's Plant of the Month is Crape Myrtle!

August's Plant of the Month is Crape Myrtle!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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July's Plant of the Month is Lantana camara!

July's Plant of the Month is Lantana camara!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Has Your Yard Been Visited by the Leaf Cutter Bee?

Has Your Yard Been Visited by the Leaf Cutter Bee?

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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June's Plant of the Month is Coral Fountain!

June's Plant of the Month is Coral Fountain!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Employee Longevity is a Point of Pride at Horticulture Unlimited

Employee Longevity is a Point of Pride at Horticulture Unlimited

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Check Out May's Exciting Plant of the Month - Bougainvillea!

Check Out May's Exciting Plant of the Month - Bougainvillea!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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It’s Plant of the Month Time for April!

It’s Plant of the Month Time for April!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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We Were Featured in Tucson Lifestyle Magazine!

We Were Featured in Tucson Lifestyle Magazine!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Horticulture Unlimited’s Gardening Tip of the Month: Learn How to Build a Container Garden!

Horticulture Unlimited’s Gardening Tip of the Month: Learn How to Build a Container Garden!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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We’re Featuring Three Plants of the Month For March!

We’re Featuring Three Plants of the Month For March!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Add Color to Your Landscaping With Spring Wildflowers!

Add Color to Your Landscaping With Spring Wildflowers!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Our February Plant of the Month is the Evergreen Pear! (Pyrus kawakamii)

Our February Plant of the Month is the Evergreen Pear! (Pyrus kawakamii)

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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We've Acquired Paradise Island Landscape!

We've Acquired Paradise Island Landscape!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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How to Remove Mistletoe: the World’s Most Beloved Parasite

How to Remove Mistletoe: the World’s Most Beloved Parasite

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Guess What: We Were In The Paper!

Guess What: We Were In The Paper!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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January’s Plants of the Month are Rosemary and Heavenly Bamboo!

January’s Plants of the Month are Rosemary and Heavenly Bamboo!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Gardening Tip of the Month: Frost Damage Prevention and Treatment

Gardening Tip of the Month: Frost Damage Prevention and Treatment

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Check Out Our Plants of the Month For December!

Check Out Our Plants of the Month For December!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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We're Proud to Announce That We've Won Six ALCA Awards!

We're Proud to Announce That We've Won Six ALCA Awards!

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Gardening Tip of the Month: Use Annuals and Perennials to add Seasonal Color

Gardening Tip of the Month: Use Annuals and Perennials to add Seasonal Color

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Plant of the Month: Firethorn Pyracantha (Pyracantha coccinea)

Plant of the Month: Firethorn Pyracantha (Pyracantha coccinea)

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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SAHBA Home & Patio Show — Spring 2014

SAHBA Home & Patio Show — Spring 2014

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Plants of the Month: The Cape Honeysuckle and the Firecracker Bush

Plants of the Month: The Cape Honeysuckle and the Firecracker Bush

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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Gardening Tip of the Month: Overseeding with Perennial Rye

Gardening Tip of the Month: Overseeding with Perennial Rye

The branching, tree-like specimen grows to thirteen feet tall and about ten feet wide, with cylindrical deep green leaves. New growth does not have many spines, but as the plant matures... Read More+
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