Welcome to summer in the desert! I have included a couple of links to assist you in caring for your plants water needs. If you have further questions regarding plant care please contact me.
This link, links you to important information for all households! http://wateruseitwisely.com/
For specific lawn and plant recommendations follow this link. http://wateruseitwisely.com/?s=watering+guide
If you are wondering about planting for your summer garden, don’t worry there is still time! Or, you would like to to add variety to your landscape areas. Alternatively, you may just want to add summer color to your environment. Contact me for a special offer for the month of June to assist you in choosing the right plantings! Half off my regular fees for your first hour, does not apply to transportation fee. Please mention reading this when scheduling!
Salvia, Scabiosa, & Verbena
when it comes to using water! Here is a great website for us desert dwellers.
Now is the time to get your spring/summer edible in the garden! The plate of tomatoes are from my garden yesterday and oh so tasty!
Valley residents, with these above normal temps planting season is upon us! This is one of the best times of the year to be planting everything; veggies, bare-root roses & fruit trees, perennials, annuals and shrubs! I have been enjoying the fruits of my labor from late summer to early fall planting season; broccoli, tomatoes, carrots, onions, lettuce, lots of lettuce, and wonderful fragrances from sweet peas and stalks! You too can go to your backyard for fresh produce! Call me today. 602.620.2821
I would like to thank my clients for a wonderful 2013! I look forward to a new year of helping you beautify your property. There are many things that can be done now so please do not hesitate to contact me.
Hello and thank you for reading my post! I want to share with you some photos of my fall harvest currently taking place. It all started around the end of August and on September 8th I posted some photos of the beginnings of my fall/winter garden. The pictures were not impressive but I knew the day would come where I would reap the benefits of my labor.
Now look at the difference! Lettuce, cucumber, onions, beans & almost tomatoes!