Entries by arizonaplantlady@gmail.com

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AZ Plant Lady’s Must-Have Items for the Desert Gardener

I love to spend time out in the garden but it may surprise you to learn that I don’t have a garden shed full of tools, fertilizer, and other gardening items. Full Disclosure: I USED to! As a garden influencer, companies send me their newest tools and fertilizers in hopes that I will recommend them […]

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Water Saving Landscapes: 3 Options

For those who live in the western half of the United States, water has always been a precious resource. In recent years, this has become especially true during a long-term drought has made its impact felt. As a result, many of us find ourselves looking for ways to save water. The first place you should start […]

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White Flowers for the Southwest Landscape: Part 2

Gardeners have long known about white flowering plants and the beauty that they bring to the garden. The color white is seen by many as a bright, clean color that makes surrounding colors ‘pop’ visually.  Others like how white flowers seem to glow in the evening and early morning hours in the landscape. Thankfully, there are […]

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White Flowering Plants for the Southwest Landscape: Part 1

Do you use white flowering plants in your landscape? I do. However, some people tend to overlook white flowers in favor of flashier colors such as yellow, orange or red.  But did you know that white flowers can help show off the other colors in your landscape by providing color contrast? In addition, white flowering […]

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Fall Foliage for the Southwestern Garden

Does it look like fall where you live? If you live in the West or Southwestern regions of the U.S. your answer is probably “no”. Fall foliage we enjoyed on a trip to Williamsburg, VA several years ago.   Have you ever traveled somewhere else to find colorful fall foliage?   What if you could […]