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3 Tips on Caring for Your Winter Garden in Arizona

Gardening is a favorite pastime for many people in Arizona and we have a climate that makes it possible to cultivate a garden all year long. Winter in Arizona does have a cold spell that consists of approximately two weeks where the temperature drops below freezing at night. If you happen to live in higher elevations, temperatures can be colder during the day as well, leading to some gardening...
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How to Prevent Winter Weeds in Your Rocks

Preventing winter weeds in your rocks In Arizona, there is no relief from the constant threat of weeds, even in the winter. While most of the country is covered in snow, our state is covered in weeds, so Arizona is still the better place to live, the weeds think so too. Weed seeds, lying in wait below your rock-yard, start to germinate and sprout as the temperature begins to drop, in our fall...
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Pearlscale in Arizona Lawns

Pearlscale, The Scourge of Bermuda Grass As your yard emerges from a season of dormancy, it is refreshing to see that hearty green grass.  It is not refreshing, however, to see the circular patterns of Pearlscale damage left in your yard.  And the worst part is that this insidious insect lays about 100 eggs during the summer and that offspring multiplies the destruction of the lawn you have...
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Fertilization and aeration

No Time Like the Present As June brings us beautiful sunshine and summer fun, it also brings us triple-digit temperatures.  Now is the time to aerate and fertilize your lawn so that you don’t have to spend the time reviving it later in the summer when the heat gets really dangerous. Most of us here in the Valley of the Sun have Bermuda Grass, and with our desert climate, it is really...
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Catching Nutgrass Early

Nutgrass, Catching it Early As our weather warms up, we start thinking a little more about caring for our yards.  We are thrilled when we see green because it can be scarce in our part of the country, but it isn’t always a welcome sight.  Nutgrass, also known as nutsedge, is a particularly unwelcome resident.  This weed is pervasive in the valley and you need to know what to do to keep it...
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