Spring has barely arrived – but summer will soon be here! The best time to do a careful tune-up of your irrigation system is now – before your plants need it!
Kids are naturally curious. In school, curiosity is often stifled. It’s not that teachers don’t want curious kids, it’s just that there are State mandated goals to meet. This leads to little time for curiosity. Thus a time of no school, like Spring Break, or […]
March is a month of contrasts, as the earth tilts on it’s axis and the sun lights and warms the land that had been held in long dark hours. Plants wake up from winter dormancy and winds stir the air. Often strong winds. Sunny […]
Is it a tree? Is it a shrub? Well – it’s either! Pomegranates are an “in-between” plant. They are either a short shrub-like tree, or maybe a tall tree-like shrub. Mature pomegranate plants have multiple trunks and reach 6 to 12 feet high and generally […]
Yes, you can grow roses in the Southwest. In fact, the Southwest is ideal for roses in many ways. We have ample sun, long days, and a dry climate that reduces that the chance of mildew and fungus problems. Roses aren’t exactly a low-water plant […]