Palo Blanco (Acacia willardiana) Today’s post is written by guest blogger, Emily, who writes about sustainable gardening. Getting to landscape your own yard is exciting, and it can pro… Read More
Plants can do some spectacular things, and the dramatic process when agave send up their flowering stalk, definitely qualifies. Yesterday, I noticed that my octopus agave (Agave vilmorinian… Read More
How would like gorgeous red, tubular flowers blooming at Christmas time and lasting past Valentine’s Day, all packaged up in an attractive, low-maintenance shrub? Believe… Read More
My bags are packed, and I’m ready to head out on another road trip adventure. I was born with the ‘travel gene,’ which is present in many people of my family, and en… Read More
While most of the garden is asleep in winter, citrus trees are filled with sweet, tart fruit ready for picking. Citrus trees are very generous in the amount of fruit that they produc… Read More
Globe mallow (Sphaeralcea ambigua) Living in the desert southwest has many advantages, including being able to have a landscape filled with blooming plants all winter long when gardens throu… Read More
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*This blog post contains affiliate links, to make it easier for you to order supplies for growing amaryllis outside. If you click through and make a purchase, I may receive a commission (at… Read More
One of the many blessings of living in the desert Southwest is the ability to grow vegetables out in the garden all year long. Today, I thought that I would give you a peek into my winter… Read More
I am so excited to share with you the debut of a new blog, called Southwest Gardening that covers the entire SW region, which is often ignored in traditional garden media. The bl… Read More
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