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Using Groundcovers in Your Yard

Arizona is home to a variety of soils that possess different water requirements. Determining what soil type dominates your neighborhood, as well as local weather patterns, is key to ensuring favorable growing conditions. A full-service landscaping company is your best resource for obtaining this information. They have extensive knowledge about what it takes to...

Conserve Water with Drip Irrigation

In a hot, desert climate, water is something that most Phoenicians have learned not to take for granted. During the summer, not only does your power usage increase, but so does your water consumption. A substantial benefit of drip irrigation systems is that they conserves a natural resource, that while renewable, is not unlimited:...

All About Saguaros

Large, columnar-like cacti that reach 40 feet into the air, are just one of 4,000 plant species in Arizona. Dotting a desert landscape for as far as the eye can see, locals often refer to them as desert giants, sentinels of the desert or jolly green giants. They have been prominently featured in art,...

Desert Landscape Design Essentials

Known for its desert climate, with very hot summers and mild winters, Phoenix provides several landscape challenges. Among these challenges are unique soil compositions and extreme temperature fluctuations. Drought-like conditions also provide challenges as residents are required to conserve water. Luckily, there are many plant species that are either native or well-adapted to the...

Summer Lawn Watering Tips

Ensuring a healthy, lush, green lawn doesn’t have to waste one of our natural resources if you maintain proper watering techniques. Proper watering, along with fertilizing, and mowing practices can help prevent a host of problems including bald patches, insect infestations, and disease. Consider the following watering tips when caring for your summer lawn:...

Summer Lawn Watering Guide for Phoenix Residents

Ensuring a healthy, lush, green lawn doesn’t have to waste one of Earth’s natural resources – water, if you maintain proper watering techniques. Proper watering, along with fertilizing, and mowing practices can help prevent a host of problems including: bald patches, insect infiltration, and disease. Below are some basic guidelines for ensuring your lawn...