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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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Prepare Your Winter Lawn this September

Getting Ready for Your Winter Lawn Here in Arizona, we know that the desert sun is a force to be reckoned with!  After toiling in the summer heat all season, you are ready to enjoy being outside.  If you are looking forward to beautiful winter grass, now is the time to prepare. During the summer months, Bermudagrass is what flourishes in most lawns; it is hearty enough to survive the excessive...
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3 Seasonal Tips for the End of the Summer

Planning Ahead As the end of the summer fast approaches, it is time to look forward to the mild temperatures and outdoor activities of the fall.  Don’t let all of the hard work you put into your lawn during the triple-digit heat go to waste!  Planning ahead and putting forth a little effort now can help you get your yard prepared for fall & ryegrass overseeding if you choose to do...
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How-to Kill Spurge in Your Lawn This Summer

Growing Like a Weed It is no surprise that “spurge” rhymes with “scourge.”  This nefarious weed infests beautiful lawns all over Arizona.  It is very common and easy to identify, but there are some key questions in the fight against spurge: what is it, why do we struggle with it and how do we eliminate it? What is spurge? Spurge is a low-growing weed that fans out over an...
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Aeration and Fertilization

Why is it Important to Aerate and Fertilize Your Lawn? A green lawn is a beautiful oasis in the desert.  But once it is growing and lush, is it possible to keep it that way? Two of the best things you can do for your lawn is to aerate it and fertilize it.  The combination of these will give you the best chance of enjoying your hard work all season long.  Otherwise, that green oasis might end up...
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