Creating an attractive garden in the desert can seem overwhelming with our dry climate and intensely hot summers that seemingly last forever. Can anything green and pretty grow in a barren, brown landscape covered in rock?
The answer is YES!
Yes, the desert is a very different place to create, grow, and maintain a garden, but it can be done and you DON’T need to settle for a yard filled with rock and spiky cactus.
I’ve done it and you can too, and it’s much easier than you think! I help individuals like you learn how to create, grow, and maintain a beautiful landscape that thrives in the desert climate.
As a horticulturist and landscape consultant, I’ve been helping individuals like you learn how to create, grow, and maintain a beautiful landscape that thrives in the desert climate for the past 20 years.
As you might expect, there are a lot of people who need my help, and my work calendar is overflowing with appointments with individual consultations.
This got me to thinking of a better way for me to reach a larger group of people, like you, who struggle to create an attractive landscape in a hot, arid climate. I’ve been working on a special project for the past three months to address this problem, and I’m almost ready to tell you all about it!!!
I’ll be honest; this is the biggest thing that I’ve done since I launched my blog 9 years ago and I am feeling both excited and nervous at the same time.
The official launch date is Wednesday, September 5th. I will be releasing all the details via the blog, social media, and through email to my subscribers.
HERE IS A SNEAK PEEK AT MY NEW LOGO:
My close friends and family have heard me talk about little else the past few months and it will be a relief to finally share it with all of you!!!
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