Fall is my absolute favorite time of year here in Southern Arizona. There are so many plants to try out that thrive in the cool nights and warm days.
Growing tomatoes isn’t always easy. Here are some common problems—and solutions.
We are facing a drought in the Southwest. Here are some good, guilt-free ways we can use water to support life at this time of year.
Nature takes care of the pests in the garden — if you let her.
How do you start a modern victory garden? Grow what you like to eat! Eat what you grow. Any crop you can produce yourself is one less thing you have to drive to the market for.
The process of division is quite simple and you don’t have to be too gentle about it.
How to keep your succulents alive.
Pruning is a necessary part of maintaining the health of a landscape. It really isn’t all the difficult.
Location, sunlight, pot drainage, fertilizer, pest control: everything you need to know to help your plants thrive.
Resist the urge to clear out and clean up all dead plant debris. You need to let nature take its course.