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Monsoon Season VS Weed Control!

by: Blue Marble
July 12, 2016

Monsoon season begins in mid-June and ends in September. Homeowners welcome the monsoon season because it helps their plants grow and bloom, however, the monsoon’s can contribute to unwanted weeds. Here are some tips to help prevent so many weeds during this time of year: Pull weeds while they are young: Removing weeds while they […]

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Mesquite Trees

by: Blue Marble
May 24, 2016

You may have noticed your Mesquite trees putting on their annual bean pods. With the prolific nature of some trees, you may have even noticed the tree branches sag from the weight of them. Yep, it’s that time of year! Although these bean pods are edible; primarily they have been ground down to make flour […]

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by: Blue Marble
May 9, 2016

It’s that time of year again. Yep, our typical hot summer weather is almost here! With the increase in temperatures comes our seasonal decrease in turf quality; you may have already noticed this throughout the community. The Rye grass planted for the winter lawn has begun to wither out, showing brown patches and appearing dry […]

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Helping Our Plants Weather the Heat – The Best Time to Water Plants

The Best Time to Water Plants Our Arizona heat is finally here! With the rising temperatures our landscapes, particularly our plants, are beginning to show the stress of being under our Arizona sun each day.  To cool themselves they begin to use up their reserves of stored energy; the food in and around the roots.  […]

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Winter Rye Transition & Scalping

Winter Turf Transition Having year round grass in the Valley of the sun is tough! With our hot summers, and close to freezing temperatures in the winter, most turf type grasses do poorly at one point or another during the year. For example, during our summer months, Bermuda grass is the dominant turf, primarily because […]

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Xeriscape /ˈzi(ə)rəˌskāp Noun: a style of landscape design requiring little or no irrigation or other maintenance, used in arid regions. Xeriscape is a term coined by combining the Greek root “Xeri” meaning dry and  “Scape” meaning scenery.  This term has become more and more prominent with the recent push toward water conservation. Xeriscape, or Dry-Scape, […]

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