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The phoenix area at sunset, with an orange tint covering the area, showing that phoenix is an urban heat island.

What You Need to Know About Urban Heat Islands in the Phoenix Area

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Anthem and the greater Phoenix area are becoming warmer, thanks in part to something known as the urban heat island effect. In this article, we’ll discuss how roads, buildings, and lack of vegetation have led to increased temperatures, how it can impact you and your property, and what you can do.

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Rainwater Harvesting for your Anthem or Phoenix-Area Property

Rainwater harvesting can help reduce your water bill, keep your plants healthy, flush salts out of the soil, and more. Learn how to begin harvesting rainwater from your Phoenix-area property in this article.

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A New Arizona Resident’s Guide to the Trees and Landscapes in the Phoenix Area

If you are new to Arizona, welcome! We’re glad to have you as part of the Grand Canyon state. If you have relocated or are planning to move to the Phoenix area, especially Anthem, Arizona, some things will be helpful to know…

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A palo verde tree with two trunks, or codominant stems, grows in arizona.

Will Codominant Stems Cause Your Tree to Break During the Next Monsoon?

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When a tree has two trunks, known as codominant stems, the tree is more likely to break in extreme weather in the Anthem and Phoenix areas. We detail what to look for and how to prevent some damage in this article.

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Stinknet, an invasive plant in arizona, grows with small yellow globes as flowerheads.

The Invasive Stinknet Weed Hits Phoenix

An invasive weed called stinknet has beautiful yellow globe-shaped flowers but is causing many issues for the Phoenix and Anthem areas. Learn how to recognize this plant and how to help stop its invasive spread.

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Trees, plants, and cactus grow on a residential property in the phoenix area. These are among the best trees for phoenix arizona and the surrounding area.

8 of the Best Non-Native Trees for Phoenix, AZ

Eight non-native trees were recently approved for planting and are some of the best trees for Phoenix. These trees are wonderful additions to your property and though they are non-native they won’t negatively impact the native ecosystem. The newly approved non-native trees include the laurel fig, the fruitless olive, the red push pistache, the mastic tree, the weeping fig, the Brazilian pepper tree, the sago palm, and the pygmy date palm. These non-native trees are beautiful, exotic additions to your Phoenix area property and grow well when proper care guidelines outlined in this article are followed.

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Palo verde borer.

Are Palo Verde Borers Killing Your Trees?

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In this article, we will answer some of the most common questions about palo verde borers, including how to tell if they are impacting your tree and what you can do to help.

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Close-up of a century plant, or agave americana, growing in the phoenix area.

Is Your Agave Dying? It could be the agave snout weevil

There are steps you can take to prevent agave snout weevil damage and things you can do if you spot this sneaky pest.

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An olive tree with a desert sunset in the background.

How to Help Your Non-Native Plants and Trees Thrive in Your Phoenix Property

If ever you caught an interest of growing non-native plants or trees in your property, you have to help them thrive in Phoenix environment. Read this article to know how plant health care can help your non-native plants and trees grow healthy.

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Desert willow and palo verde trees with spring flowers and seed pods.

How to Prevent Messy Trees from Dropping Tree Litter on Your Property

Messy trees drop seed pods, spent flowers, leaves, and twigs that clog pool filters, sprout weeds, are slippery when wet, and are a nuisance for Phoenix area residents. But there’s a simple trick to prevent leaf litter (and it doesn’t involve removing your trees).

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