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by: Blue Marble Landscape
October 30, 2022

One of our passions as a service provider is taking a proactive approach to landscape maintenance. We provide weekly reports and keep our clients updated on the overall health and wellness of their properties greatest asset – landscape. We like to be proactive instead of reactive. If you are looking for a landscape service provider […]

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by: Blue Marble Landscape
October 20, 2022

Have you lost trees to recent storm damage? Are you looking for an alternative species? What do we mean? For example, you may have a lot of Palo Verde, Mesquite, or Acacia throughout your project. You’ve lost a number of trees due to disease or storm damage, etc. The Palo Verde trees can be messy, […]

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by: Blue Marble Landscape
October 12, 2022

It can be hard to tell if your landscape design is functional until the plants have matured or there’s storm damage. Typically, newly installed material is planted close together in formation near to walls and homes to avoid looking sparse but is not functional down the road. Trees planted too close together struggle for irrigation […]

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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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