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Spring Weeds Make the Worst Bouquets

Spring Weeds ~ What We Don’t Love About Springtime February is the month of love; these days, we are a little more sensitive to the people and things that make our lives better.  This increased awareness of the love in our lives stands in stark contrast to the things that we don’t love.  As our limited winter slips away, the warmer weather not only reminds us why we live in this...
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Winter Weed Prevention in your Desert Landscape

Back to Reality Now that the holidays are over, you have the chance to notice that the holiday season also kicked-off another weed season.  How did your low-maintenance desert landscaping become overgrown with so many nefarious weeds?  While we love and appreciate our winter rains here in Arizona, we do not have the same feelings for these resulting little interlopers.  What can be done to save...
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Winter Watering

The Weather Outside is…Delightful! During these short winter months, Arizona is the envy of the nation!  While most of the country is bundled up, plowing snow out of the driveway, we in Arizona are sitting in our lawn chairs, enjoying perfect weather.  This is the time of year when our old adage “you don’t have to shovel sunshine” is especially poignant for our visitors. ...
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Saving your Winter Lawn Before it’s too Late

Do you need some help saving your winter lawn? Good job! You got your lawn seeded on time this year, you aerated, you made sure the seeds got enough water, you even kept the kids and the dog out of the yard for 2 weeks… so why does your lawn look so sparse? We Arizonans put a lot of work into our winter lawn, and sometimes it really doesn’t seem to pay off. There are a lot of reasons things can...
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Queen Palm Fertilization

Give Your Queen Palm The Royal Treatment Queen Palm trees are well-deserving of their regal name; these majestic giants are jewels of the Arizona landscape.  While their crowning fronds reach up to soak in the ample sunshine, their  roots struggle to find the nutrients needed to remain healthy and strong.  Queen Palms thrive in acidic soil, but our dry, alkaline soil does not readily provide...
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