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Dawn Fried featured in AZ Daily Star!

We are very proud for co-owner-and-founder, Dawn Fried, to be featured in the AZ Daily Star for her literary works. Check out the article  by clicking here and contact us for more information.

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Preparing Trees for Monsoon Season

In Arizona, monsoon season extends from mid-June through mid-September. Lightning, thunder, and heavy downpours can inflict significant trauma on desert plant life. If you haven’t yet taken steps to get your trees ready for these extreme weather conditions, it’s time to contact an established landscaping company. Maintain the healthy structure of the tree. Trees are […]

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2018-06-08 No Comments

Salvia clevelandii is the Plant of the Month!

*Salvia clevelandii, Chaparral sage, Cleveland sage, medium- to large-sized shrub This rounded evergreen with highly aromatic foliage and exotic flowers grows four to five feet tall and six feet wide. It has soft, fuzzy, wrinkled, small, grayish-green foliage. The underside of the leaf is lighter in color. The best features of this plant are its striking fragrant […]

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2018-05-11 No Comments

Insects that May Plague Your Tucson Yard

You work hard to make sure your Tucson yard looks beautiful and inviting. Unfortunately, even with your hard work, there are still some insects that could be harming your yard. Keep reading to learn about some of the most common insects that may plague your Tucson yard and why you should hire a professional to […]

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2018-05-25 No Comments

How to Maintain a Low-Water Landscape

When you live in the desert, a low-water landscape design is always a good idea! This type of design will allow you to maintain a beautiful yard without the need for too much water. If this sounds right for your Tucson home, these tips can help: Use Gravel Instead of Grass Green grass might be […]

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2018-05-11 No Comments

Dermatophyllum secundiflora is the Plant of the Month!

Dermatophyllum secundiflora, Texas mountain laurel, large-sized shrub The upright, evergreen grows to heights of eight to fifteen feet and six to ten feet wide with a grayish-black trunk that darkens at the plant matures. It is recognized by its beautiful, fragrant flowers that are dark lavender to purple. The plant produces leaflets that are thick, leathery, […]

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2018-04-13 No Comments
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